The Gold Coast Chamber Orchestra is a 22 piece community ensemble of professional standard based on the Gold Coast.
Established in 2011 to fill a gap in the classical music scene on the Gold Coast, professional musicians from the community were brought together to share their love for the genre with like-minded enthusiasts. Featuring many extraordinary and talented musicians, the passionate ensemble displays explosive power and driving energy, performing a diverse repertoire ranging from classical to modern day masterpieces and new commissions. Check out our musicians.
Each year, the Gold Coast Chamber Orchestra performs in various venues locally and regionally within the QLD and NSW regions including Maleny, Tweed Heads and Maroochydore always inspiring audiences with talented guest artists, composers and conductors. See our past performances.
Our Vision is to make the world a more musical and harmonious place through high quality music making and sharing.
In such a fast-paced technology-driven world revolving around the individual rather than the community, we believe what we do is more important than ever before. We pride ourselves in our passion for what we do and hope to reach audiences of all ages particularly appealing to the younger audiences of this generation.
The orchestra does not support itself on ticket sales alone. As a not-for-profit organisation, the Gold Coast Chamber Orchestra is registered with the Australian Government as a cultural organisation whereby donations of $2 or more are tax deductible. The players and the committee are very appreciative of past donations that have enabled the orchestra to continue to develop and would be very thankful for any financial support that you might give.
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Our orchestra will provide an elegant ambiance to your corporate or social occasion. We are available for hire for any event, and can provide any arrangement of musicians from a smaller quartet through to a twenty-two piece orchestra.