The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia Partnership with Philabundance
Philabundance is partnering with The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia for the 2016/2017 concert season.
During each Chamber Orchestra Sunday concert throughout the 2016/17 season, performances will also become a donation site to collect non-perishable food.
The final food drive of the season will take place on Sunday, May 14, with the orchestra performing Rosseau, Beethoven, Chabrier, and Brossé . For a schedule of all 2016/2017 performances please visit The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia.
About The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia
A founding resident company of The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia is a 33-member professional ensemble led by Music Director Dirk Brossé. The Chamber Orchestra, founded in 1964 by Marc Mostovoy, has a well-established reputation for distinguished performances of repertoire from the Baroque period through the twenty-first century.
The Chamber Orchestra’s development was motivated, in part, by the desire to provide performance opportunities to young professional musicians emerging from the Curtis Institute of Music and other regional training programs, but also by a desire to make a substantial contribution to the city and the region’s cultural life. In addition to presenting its own productions, the Chamber Orchestra started to develop an entrepreneurial approach by seeking other performance opportunities among the region’s presenter/producer community, thereby providing supplementary employment for its members. The ensemble also championed new music, focusing on local composers. In total, the organization has commissioned and premiered over seventy new works.