Explore With Us

The deepest point in the world’s oceans is the Mariana Trench, located in the Western Pacific, at 6.8 miles. If you’re familiar with Milwaukee, imagine being in Bay View, maybe grabbing a cup of coffee, and then driving north all the way to Lake Park. That’s about the same distance as the bottom of the sea.

Just as the ocean holds mysteries unfathomly far below the surface, music also offers realms waiting to be explored. Each note, measure, or movement is the opportunity for a captivating journey, descending into a world of limitless possibilities. While the depths of our oceans provide enchanting creatures and
uncharted waters, the depths of music take us on a journey that explores emotion, reveals passions, and inspires transformation.

This year, we hope you’ll go for a deep dive with us. Join the composers, musicians, and the other audience members to immerse yourself in the depths of music and creativity. Rediscover the extraordinary power they hold to transform and elevate the human experience.

Come on in. The water’s fine.

A special thank you to the following organizations that support the Concord Chamber Orchestra through their generous grants:

The Concord Chamber Orchestra is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity.


Sunday, January 28 at 2 pm
Central United Methodist Church

The Concord Chamber Orchestra contains a variety of talented individual musicians who come together in small ensembles as well as the full orchestra. Our annual “sampler” concert is a unique opportunity to hear some of these gems, each featuring musicians who make the beauty that is the CCO.

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Finding a Pearl

Saturday, March 16 at 7 pm
St. Sebastian Parish

As well as featuring the young winner of our 2024 Walter A. and Dorothy J. Oestreich Concerto Competition, we will play two seldom-heard works capped off by the most famous four notes in music.

Repertoire includes:

  • John Henry by Aaron Copland
  • Concerto to be determined by the winner of the Walter A. and Dorothy J. Oestreich Concerto Competition
  • Pastorella by Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel
  • Symphony No. 5 in C minor by Ludwig van Beethoven

Concert sponsored by Brass Bell Music Store

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Crowning Glory

Saturday, May 18 at 7 pm
St. Sebastian Parish

Back by popular demand, violin soloist John Patek brings his glittering artistry to a performance of selections from Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, but with a twist! Our season culminates with the only symphony fit to follow in Beethoven’s footsteps.

Repertoire includes:

  • Bränningar (“Breaking Waves”) by Helena Munktell
  • “Spring” and “Summer” from The Four Seasons, by Antonio Vivaldi (recomposed by Max Richter)
  • Symphony No. 1 in C minor by Johannes Brahms

Concert sponsored by Bob Balderson

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Doors open 30 minutes prior to performance.
All tickets are nonrefundable.
Call us at 414-750-4404 or email to concordmanager@gmail.com

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