CCO’s Summer Concert was held at the parish church of St Osyth, Essex on 16th July 2011.
CCO’s Springtime Concert was held at St James Church, Clacton on Sea, Essex on 10th April 2011. Proceeds from this well-attended concert have gone to church funds.
CCO’s Viennese Cafe New Year Concert was held at the Princes Theatre, Clacton on Sea, Essex on 30th January 2011. Proceeds from this sell-out concert will go to St Helena Hospice Tendring Day Centre.
CCO‘s annual Remembrance Sunday Concert was held at the West Cliff Theatre, Clacton on Sea, Essex on 14th November 2010. Proceeds from this concert went to Tendring Branch of SSAFA – Forces Help and the Clacton Branch of the Royal British Legion
CCO played a repeat of its GALA concert at Kingsway Hall, Dovercourt on Saturday 17th July and had their audience moved to tears. The words “Wonderous”, “Amazing”, “Brilliant” were repeated throught the auditorium. Proceeds from the concert have gone to The Harwich Society Bobbit’s Hole nature reserve project and The Harwich & Dovercourt Partnership Christmas Lights appeal. (see review on reviews page)
CCO pulled out all the stops in their concert at Trinity Methodist Church on Saturday 26th June with the premier of John Scott Cobb’s piano concert dedicated to Alison Baker with soloist Francis Garland and conducted by the composer. The Orchestra also played Morning from the Peer Gynt Suite and the second half of the GALA concert was devoted to Beethoven ‘Pastoral’ Symphony. Once again proceeds went to church funds. (see review on reviews page)
CCO demonstrated the Magic of Music at St James Church, Clacton on Sea on Sunday 25th April with performances by soloists Michael Hurren – piano; Tracey Simmons – violin; Jess Barton – clarinet, all to a capacity and delighted audience. Proceeds from the concert, £350.00, will go to Church funds. (see review on reviews page)
CCO are celebrating their sell-out concert at St James Church, Brightlingsea on Sunday 31st January 2010. A capacity audience enjoyed Peter and the Wolf and much more followed by an afternoon tea for players and audience to meet and chat. Proceeds from the concert, £350.00 have gone to St James Church refurbishment appeal. (see review on reviews page)