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BALTIMORE CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

Baltimore Chamber Orchestra was founded in 1984. Led by Markand Thakar, it is the leading chamber orchestra in Mid-Atlantic United States. BCO is a full orchestral ensemble of up to forty musicians comprising strings, woodwinds, brass, and percussion. Its repertoire is the symphonies, concertos, and overtures of Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, Schubert, and Mendelssohn, together with contemporary compositions and premières. In addition to its concert series in Baltimore, recent highlights include two world premières; three recordings released on the Naxos label [(8.570320 ( Pleyel), 8.559398 (Leshnoff), 8.572162 (Stamitz/Hoffmeister)]; concerts in New York and around the region; and an international tour. BCO is proud that all students are admitted free of charge to all concerts.

For more information please visit Baltimore Chamber Orchestra at www.thebco.org.


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