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.
The GCO is always on the look-out for new players. Details on vacancies and how to join the orchestra can be found by clicking the link below.
GDPR at the GCO
In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) legislation introduced in 2018, GCO has implemented updated policies and procedures to ensure our compliance with this important new law. To read our Data Protection and Retention Policy, please click on the link below.
Vacancies at the GCO exist in all string sections - violins, violas, cellos and double basses - and for French horns.
Future Concerts in 2020
Our summer West End Festival Concert on 31 May in the Glasgow University Chapel will showcase Katherine Bryan playing Ibert’s delicious Flute Concerto. Details of the programme can be found on our Future Concerts page.
Our next rehearsal will be on Tuesday 25 February. This will be a full orchestral rehearsal focusing on the first movement of the Mendelssohn symphony and the overture.
We are still on the lookout for prizes for our concert day raffle. Please bring these along to any of the next rehearsals and give them to Wendy. Thanks !
Greenock Philharmonic Choir
In addition to our orchestral concerts, the GCO has been invited to accompany the Greenock Philharmonic Choir in a performance of Mozart’s Requiem.
This concert will take place on 28 March 2020, and will be conducted by Andrew McTaggart. The venue for this concert is Lyle Kirk, Greenock, and tickets can be obtained at the door or by contacting the number shown on the poster opposite.