THE OAKVILLE CHAMBER ORCHESTRA: OUR 32nd SEASON!
The Oakville Chamber Orchestra has presented ensemble music in intimate settings featuring rare gems, favourite classics, and contemporary music for the past 32 years.
Founded in 1984 as a group of amateur string players, the OCO has steadily grown in size, aspirations, and quality to become a well-loved and exquisite community orchestra with its home base in Oakville.
SWEET STRINGS – 2015/16 NEW SEASON ANNOUNCED
This year at OCO we’re back to our roots with two concerts featuring our string orchestra. They are joined by some of Toronto’s finest early music players for Vivaldi as you’ve
never heard him before; by Ontario’s rising stars in our Youth Concerto Competition Concerts; and most specially by Jacques Israelievitch, one of Canada’s leading violinists.
The former TSO Concertmaster has also held the same post with the Chicago Symphony and St.Louis Symphony; he’s said he enjoys working with us and we’re honoured to work with him! The orchestra is featured in great works by Mendelssohn and your favourite
This season we will feature OCO Youth Concerto Competition Winners:
Grand Prize Winner – Catherine Ma, piano
2nd Place – Tiffany Yeung, violin
Grand Prize Winner – Michaela Johns, cello
2nd Place – Tiffany Tse, piano
3rd Place – Leslie Ashworth, piano
4th Place – Thomas Dobrovich, piano
To find out more about each concert view our concert schedule
When you purchase 2 subscriptions you will receive a 3rd subscription for free
Individual tickets are available online or by calling us at 905-483-6787 (OPUS) or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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OUR 2015-2016 CONCERT SPONSORS
OUR 2015-2016 FUNDERS
The purpose of the Orchestra is to enrich the cultural landscape of Oakville by creating a passion for chamber music concerts, developing local amateur musicians of all ages, and promoting Canadian soloists. The OCO brings exceptional chamber music to the doorstep of Oakville residents and performs at charity, private and corporate events.
To be recognized as a chamber orchestra with high standards of musical excellence and to provide a home for committed musicians of all ages.