On this Giving Tuesday we would like to thank all of our supporters and listeners for helping us continue to give the gift of music during this season of new challenges.
While orchestras around the country closed doors this fall, with your help we have remained open, establishing more programs with Alzheimer's care, a new residency at Steeple Street Music Academy, creating virtual programs for our musicians, pulling together our first ever virtual silent auction (THANK YOU LOCAL BUSINESSES!), and continuing to spread our message about the transformative experience offered through classical music.
We hope you enjoy this musical gift, an excerpt of our upcoming concert streaming Wednesday, December 9th, at 7 PM. Join us virtually for an evening fit for the holiday season.
All the best to you and your families!
- The Cape Cod Chamber Orchestra
Consider supporting Cape Cod's Collaborative Orchestra this holiday season right here:
ABOUT THE CAPE COD CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
We have a vision for the future of classical music on Cape Cod; by collaborating with Cape individuals, organizations, and local causes, our orchestra aims to highlight the unique history and people of Cape Cod while providing high quality, enriching, and memorable music for small orchestra. Past season projects have included collaborations with poet Judy Askew, the Harwich Guild of Artists, the Edward Gorey House, and the Whydah Pirate Museum. In 2020, the CCCO took home the 1st Prize in the American Prize Competition for Orchestral Performance.
Recently named the "Best New Cultural Attraction of 2019" by Yankee Magazine, we believe the key to inspiring our audience is by infusing contemporary music with local Cape flavor, performing music by traditionally under-represented composers, and offering an intimate classical music experience.