The Glasgow Chamber Orchestra is a charity registered in Scotland No SC022256

The Orchestra is affiliated to Making Music - Supporting & Championing Voluntary Music

Glasgow Chamber Orchestra

Welcome to the Glasgow Chamber Orchestra !

The  GCO is an amateur orchestra based in Glasgow, and has now been making music for 60 years. We give 3 main concerts each year in March, June and November.  You can find out lots more about the orchestra and its music in the pages of this web-site.  Hopefully, you will be encouraged to come along to a concert, or if you are a musician, you may be interested in joining us.  We invite you to browse through the site, and if you need more information, there is a Contacts Page so that you can get in touch.

Rehearsal for CLIC-Sargent concert


The rehearsal for the CLIC-Sargent concert will be held in Hyndland Parish Church, Hyndland Road, on Tuesday 29th November, starting at 7.30 pm.


Please remember to bring a music stand, and wrap up warm!




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Back by popular request  - the 2016/17 GCO Bookmark !


This handy bookmark gives details of our main concerts this season and will be available for distribution at rehearsals. Please take as many of them as you can and pass them out to friends, colleagues and family.  

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The GCO is always on the look-out for new players. Details on our audition procedure can now be found by following the link below.




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Come along and support the GCO and a great charity, at the annual CLIC-Sargent Carol Concert.   Tickets are available from GRCH Box Office and on-line via this link

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Dazzling virtuosity, from both the orchestra and our guest soloist Maxi Martín, was on display at our winter concert, held in Sherbrooke St Gilbert’s church on Saturday night.  Trumpets and oboes were showcased in works by Boyce and J.C Bach, and Maxi Martín provided an interpretation of Weber's 2nd Clarinet Concerto that was at turns lyrical and poignant, at others dazzling and exciting, with terrific accompaniment from the orchestra. The strings were not to be outdone, however, with a fast and furious Beethoven 2 (especially the last movement!) ending a very special evening in rousing, high spirits. Perfect for a chilly winter's night!


Click here to see some photos from the concert!

Rehearsal arrangements for next session


GCO rehearsals will resume on Tuesday 10th January at 7.30 pm in Balshagray Victoria Park church, at Broomhill Cross.  


However, things are looking very hopeful for a return to Glasgow Caledonian University from February, after a very positive visit to the university.


Watch this space for more details!