The Glasgow Chamber Orchestra is a charity registered in Scotland No SC022256
The Orchestra is affiliated to Making Music Scotland - Supporting & Championing Voluntary Music
Welcome to the Glasgow Chamber Orchestra !
The GCO is an amateur orchestra based in Glasgow, and has been making music for over 60 years. We give 3 main concerts each year in March, June and November. You can find out lots more about the orchestra and its music in the pages of this web-site. Hopefully, you will be encouraged to come along to a concert, or if you are a musician, you may be interested in joining us. We invite you to browse through the site, and if you need more information, there is a Contacts Page so that you can get in touch.
They are back! Our very popular Bookmarks are now available from members of the orchestra. Giving details of all our concerts for the 2017-18 season, these are convenient reminders of dates not to be missed, as well as a handy place-keeper for your latest book! Get yours now!
Barber of Seville Overture
Scottish Fantasy Soloist: Iona McDonald (violin)
Four Scottish Dances
Symphony No 8 in G major
Our winter concert takes place a little later than usual this year, on Saturday 9 December 2017, but still in our usual venue, Sherbrooke St Gilbert’s Church in Nithsdale Road.
We are delighted to welcome Iona McDonald to perform the Bruch Scottish Fantasy. The full programme is as shown below. Tickets will be available shortly.
Conductor : Peter Cynfryn Jones
Leader : Hazel McDonald
Our opening rehearsal went very well on Tuesday, with a good attendance of familiar faces and some very welcome new ones too!
Our next rehearsal, on Tuesday 19 September, is again in Balshagray Victoria Park church, starting at 7.30pm.
CLIC Sargent Carol Concert
Friday 1 December 2017
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
The Orchestra has once again been invited to accompany the Glasgow Hospitals’ Choir in this ever-popular Christmas fund-raiser at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. Why not make this a date for your diaries to launch your Christmas festivities?