Buffalo Community Orchestra’s purpose is to make music, educate instrumentalists, connect with our community, and provide recreational and performance opportunities to area residents.
Hear one of our performances:
Antonín Dvořák Symphony No. 8 in G major, Op. 88.
Performed May 12, 2018.
From the Blog...
We hope this holiday season finds you safe and well. We have missed performing live for you this year and we cannot wait until we are able to do so again. We especially missed our annual holiday concert withe the wRight Ringers, Wright County Chamber Chorus and the Buffalo High School Concert Choir. Please enjoy this compilation of past holiday…Read More About It >
The Buffalo Community Orchestra is (kind of) back! We began rehearsals a week ago Sunday with just strings, and continued with winds and brass meeting this last Sunday. All wearing masks (yes, even the brass & woodwinds!) and with 6+ feet physical distance! We were lucky the weather was nice enough for the brass and woodwinds to rehearse outside today!…Read More About It >
Buffalo Community Orchestra supports cultural equity through its policies and practices including encouraging participation by all cultures in our community, selection of music representative of diverse cultures, and the inclusion of all people regardless of race/ethnicity, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, socioeconomic status, geography, citizenship status, or religion.Read More About It >
Looking for a fun way to celebrate Valentine’s Day? Join BCO as we host a fun night of music, dancing, food, beverages (available for purchase from the Legion) and of course FUN! There will also be numerous silent auction items available to bid on a purchase, with all proceeds going directly to the scholarship foundation! The event takes place Saturday,…Read More About It >
Article by Patrick Stonecipher, BCO violist and Senior at Buffalo High School Buffalo Community Orchestra is celebrating its 25th year this October with its Brass Spectacular concert featuring the BCO Brass section, the BHS Jazz I ensemble, and special guests Bob Baca and Buffalo’s own Joyce Lyons. Ranging from the Renaissance era to contemporary Jazz, this concert has a variety…Read More About It >