Rochester Chamber Orchestra

48th season 2011-2012

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Our 48th Season will offer three delightful Sunday concerts of inspiring music in the acoustically exquisite Hochstein Performance Hall featuring world class soloists. The varied selections are a musical treat the whole family will enjoy!

Click here for 2010-2011 RCO Brochure (PDF)

Upcoming Concerts: 

Handel's Messiah

Sunday, December 11, 2011 at 4:00 p.m.
Hochstein Performance Hall
Sponsored by Peter Lyman

"Best Messiah in town!" - Democrat & Chronicle Don't miss this dazzling holiday event for the whole family!

Internationally known soloists, the Festival Sngers and the Bach Children's Chorus. Soloists are soprano Rebekah Camm; Los Angeles, San Francisco and Spoleto, Italy opera roles; Bach and Handel contralto Kirsten Solleck, and the return of Metropolitan Opera soloist's tenor Douglas Ahlstedt and bass Dean Peterson.


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March 25, 2012 at 3pm

 Stellar soloists from the Eastman School of Music Artists Faculty. Flutist Bonita Boyd in music by C.P.E. Bach,  Rochester Philharmonic principal harpist Grace Wong joins Boyd in the Finale of Mozart's Concerto for Flute and  Harp. Classical guitarist Nicolas Goluses will join Boyd in the Rochester premier of Piazzolla's Concerto for Guitar and Bandoneon, arranged for "Guitar and Flute".

The Concentus Woomen's Chorus, Director, Gwendolyn Gassler, will celebrate their 10th anniversary with some of their favorite selections. The Bach Children's Chorus, Director, Karla Krogsted, will be featured iin music by Purcell, Schubert, Mahler, and more. the combinedchoruses will sing the delightful Vienna Life by Johann Strauss, Jr.



April 22, 2012 at 7pm

Barry Snyder, a triple prize winner in the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in 1966, and Eastman Artist Faculty member, will play the lead piano in Mozart's Concerto for Three Pianos'. Pianist and Co-Director of the Skaneateles Festival, Elinor Freer, and Russian born pianist and chamber musician, Rose Grace, will play the second and third pianos. Thomas Lehman, expressive baritone from the Eastman School of Music, will sing several arias. This program opens with Mozart's Symphony No. 32.