NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Meet Our Soloist Amy Zanrosso
Amy Zanrosso’s playing has been hailed as expressive, magnetic and masterful but since no one at the New York Times has said this, she’s not allowed to put it in quotes.
Beethoven’s Belated Birthday Bash, April 23 at 2:00pm at El Campanil Theatre
Beethoven’s Belated Birthday Bash on Saturday, April 23 at 2:00pm at El Campanil Theatre.
Meet CCCO’s New Music Director, Geoffrey Gallegos
Geoffrey Gallegos, a San Francisco native and sixth generation Californian has been a fixture in the San Francisco Bay Area music community for over 30 years.
Meet Soloist Kindra Scharich
Mezzo Soprano Kindra Scharich will be performing with the Contra Costa Chamber Orchestra on September 28-29, 2019 in their “Poems, Folk Tales, and Legends” concert.
NYC Tenor Comes Home to Sing Italian Opera
Currently based in New York City but raised in Walnut Creek, operatic tenor Alex Frankel joins the CCCO in March to celebrate some of the world’s most beloved Italian music.
Winner for CCCO’s 2019 Call for Scores
We are pleased to announce the winner of its inaugural Call for Scores competition: Jordan Kuspa for his exhilarating composition “Lemonade Battery”.
Announcing Our 2018-2019 Season
Contra Costa Chamber Orchestra’s 2018-2019 season will be filled with beautiful, striking music with new music director, Chad Goodman.
CCCO Showcases Recording Artist Elizabeth Hunter Ashley
Lyric coloratura soprano and recording artist Elizabeth Hunter Ashley will appear in concert with CCCO this March.
Susan Waller to Perform with CCCO
Former SF Ballet Orchestra flute player performs Mozart Concerto for Flute and Orchestra in G Major with CCCO.