Along with so many music ensembles, we are saddened to have to cancel the remaining concerts of our 2019/2020 season due to current events. We plan to be back with a great season sometime in 2021 when it is safe and advisable to do so.
A small group string ensemble from ACO has been rehearsing over the past few months, physically distanced and masked, in order to safely play together
and bring beautiful music to our community!
JOIN US FOR A PERFORMANCE RELEASE:
SUNDAY NOVEMBER 22, 2020
Tune in to watch and listen to the
Anchorage Civic Orchestra String Ensemble!
In partnership with the Anchorage Lutheran Church Concert Series,
this performance was safely recorded from inside the Sanctuary.
Featuring pieces by Bach, Bartok, Martinu, Wieniawsky and Elgar.
Solo Piano featuring Dr. Tamara McCoy
Solo Violin featuring Dr. Emily Madsen
Solo Viola featuring Dr. Oleg Proskurnya
Conducted by Maestro Oleg Proskurnya
Help us keep music alive in 2020!
Donations graciously accepted on Venmo:
We are missing all of our musicians and look forward to making music again
with our full orchestra as soon as we responsibly can...and we hope to see
all of you in the audience again soon too!
Be well and keep music alive in your heart!
Greetings from our Conductor/Music Director, Dr. Oleg Proskurnya
I am excited to take up the role of Anchorage Civic Orchestra conductor and music director. The Civic Orchestra is comprised of players who play for the sheer love of music, and our goal is to share this passion for music with the Anchorage community. We look forward to performing a wide spectrum of musical genres this season, including classical repertoire as well as the music of contemporary Alaskan composers. In addition, we will be joined by several prominent local soloists. Please join us for our concert series this season, including our newly added Holiday concert, and share in the thrill of live music performance with us.
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All performances at:
Sydney Laurence Theatre
Alaska Center for the Performing Arts