2015-2016 Season

Our 15th Anniversary celebration opens October 23 with The Four Seasons, featuring one of the most famous Baroque pieces of all time, with virtuoso violinist Charles Dimmick as our soloist. Three dazzling new works by Andy Vores, Hilary Tann and Steve Laven round out the program.

Later in the season, Dancing with the Stars will have you tapping your toes and (we hope) leaving your seats to whirl away to waltzes, polkas and tangos! Mozart and More presents the brilliant fortepianist Sylvia Berry in two enchanting Mozart piano concertos, followed by brand new works commissioned by the COB. 

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Engaging music. Exhilarating performances.


The Chamber Orchestra of Boston has emerged as one of the most exciting new musical organizations in New England. A COB concert treats you to a refreshing range of music, from rarely-heard gems of the past to extraordinary works by living composers. But whatever the musical vintage, top-notch artistry will surround you with music that inspires.

David Feltner leads this dynamic, all-professional group of musicians in intimate and elegant settings.  


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What people are saying…

“The qualities that made last year’s concert so enjoyable were once again in evidence: expressive playing from the modest-sized orchestra….a fascinating and varied program featuring tangos old and new, plus some non-tango material, and the visual element of dance in the display tango style.” - Steven Ledbetter, The Boston Musical Intelligencer  (full review)