Interim Music Director Bryan Nies will be conducing CCCO November 23rd and 24th in their “Love Death and Nature” concert.
Interim Music Director Paul Schrage will be opening CCCO’s 2019-2020 season on September 28-29, 2019 in their “Poems, Folk Tales, and Legends” concert.
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.
We are proud to announce that Bryan Nies and Paul Schrage will be acting as Guest Conductors/Interim Music Directors for our 2019-2020 season.
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.
We are pleased to announce the winner of its inaugural Call for Scores competition: Jordan Kuspa for his exhilarating composition “Lemonade Battery”.
As the Contra Costa Chamber Orchestra begins their 2018/19 season, we sat down with CCCO’s new music director, Chad Goodman for a Q&A
CCCO has turned a page to start a rousing new chapter by selecting Chad Goodman as its Music Director and Conductor…
Announcing a call for scores where the winning US-based composer’s work will receive three Bay Area performances in May 2019.
Contra Costa Chamber Orchestra’s 2018-2019 season will be filled with beautiful, striking music with new music director, Chad Goodman.