Upcoming: ROMANTIC MASTERWORKS

JOIN US IN DC ON SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17. What makes something a masterpiece? In recent years, performers and audiences have become more keenly aware of composers whose work was neglected — sometimes because they were overshadowed by greater lights; sometimes because of prejudice that blinded others to their light. This DCCO concert presents two relatively unknown works beside one of the “warhorses” of the Romantic repertoire: Farrenc, Bruch & Brahms.

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2019-2020 SEASON, AT A GLANCE

Beloved masterpieces, two Washington premiers, and music from Bach to today. Join us for another inspiring season with DCCOS! Scroll down to view our calendar of events and RSVPs, or download the full season schedule!

DC CHAMBER MUSICIANS
Chamber Music Concert
3 PM | October 19, 2019
Western Presbyterian Church
Foggy Bottom

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DC CONCERT ORCHESTRA
Romantic Masterworks
3 PM | November 17, 2019
Church of The Epiphany
Downtown DC

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DC CHAMBER MUSICIANS
Chamber Music Concert
3 PM | November 23, 2019
Trinity Presbyterian
Arlington, VA

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DC CHAMBER MUSICIANS
Chamber Music Concert
3 PM | January 19, 2020
St. Mark’s Episcopal
Capitol Hill

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DC CONCERT ORCHESTRA
American Journeys
3 PM | March 8, 2020
Church of The Epiphany
Downtown DC

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DC CHAMBER MUSICIANS
Chamber Music Concert
3 PM | March 21, 2020
The Lyceum
Old Town Alexandria

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DC CHAMBER MUSICIANS
Loaves & Fishes Benefit Concert
3 PM | April 25, 2020
St. Stephen’s Episcopal
Columbia Heights

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DC CONCERT ORCHESTRA
Baroque & Beyond
3 PM | May 31, 2020
St. Thomas Episcopal
Dupont Circle

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DC CHAMBER MUSICIANS
Chamber Music Concert
3 PM | June 20, 2020
St. Mark’s Episcopal
Capitol Hill

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PAST DCCOS CONCERTS

Chamber Music Concert
June 2019
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Spring Orchestra Concert
May 2019
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Chamber Music Concert
April 2019
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Winter Concert
December 2018
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“Without music, life would be a mistake.”

Friedrich Nietzsche