Our next concert is Oct 4, featuring the music of Mozart, Mendelssohn, Arnold, and a young local composer Emma Cardon. This concert is sponsored by Weber State’s College of Arts and Humanities, and will include a side-by-side performance with the WSU Symphony Orchestra.
Here’s the poster:
COO poster Oct 4
We’re performing Wednesday July 9 as part of the Talent in the Park series at Ogden Amphitheater. This is a free, all-ages show, starting at 8pm and lasting about an hour.
More details at http://ocae.org
We now have a YouTube channel ! Our first offering is a movement from Schubert’s “Trout Quintet”.
The concert tonight was a great success — we played well, for a large and appreciative audience. Tonight’s concert concludes our current season, but stay tuned for dates and details about what’s in store for the next season.
Keep in touch, and we’ll see you all soon.
Come support live local music at our concert tonight — we’ll be performing works by Mozart, Respighi, and Mendelssohn.
7:30, $5, Ogden’s Union Station (please note this concert is in the Grand Ballroom rather than the Browning Theatre).
For our next concert, COO will be performing Mozart’s Overture to The Marriage of Figaro, suite number 1 of Respighi’s Ancient Airs & Dances, and Mendelssohn’s “Italian” Symphony. Jared Oaks from Ballet West will guest conduct the Mozart, and this concert is presented in partnership with HopeKids.
As always, 7:30pm, Ogden’s Union Station, $5.
You already Think Local and Shop Local. Why not Listen Local?
Chamber Orchestra Ogden is happy to be participating in the annual fundraising campaign Love Utah, Give Utah. Here’s our donation link. To sweeten the deal, every donor to COO who gives $25 or more will be entered into a drawing to win a one-week stay at a beach resort in Mazatlan, Mexico (travel not included).
You already Shop Local, why not Give Local and, while you’re at it, Listen Local? Our next concert is April 26.