Now in its fifth decade, the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra has grown in size and scope to become one of the cultural cornerstones of the greater Cincinnati area. Founded as a volunteer organization in 1974, the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra today has a core membership of 33 paid union musicians. Under the direction of Music Director Mischa Santora, the artistic goal of the Chamber Orchestra is to perform music that is not generally heard when attending concerts presented by a large symphony orchestra, and thereby offer a distinctive musical experience to the listener. The orchestra's size allows for flexibility and creativity in programming and represents the ideal size group for orchestral works from Baroque to contemporary composers.
Current Ticket Discount:
Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra, in honor of our servicemen and women, will provide free admission to any Sunday afternoon concert to active duty personnel (Armed Forces, Guard and Reserves) and their immediate family. Must present picture military ID to redeem tickets for all performances. May be redeemed at the door or reserved by calling 513-723-1182 x102. Visit us at www.ccocincinnati.com for concert schedule and more information about the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra. Some concerts may have limited number of tickets. Those events will be posted on the Event Page.
Web Page: Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra
Handicap accessibility: Yes (Full)
Box Office Phone:
650 Walnut St
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Additional Misc. Information:
Traditionally performing at historic Memorial Hall, the Cincinnati Chamber Orchestra also performs at the Aronoff Center, the SCPA, Corbett Auditorium and the Patricia Corbett Theater at UC's College Conservatory of Music. The CCO is also the Orchestra-in-Residence at the new Anderson Center and performs there as well.
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