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WELCOME:

The Gateway Chamber Orchestra is quickly emerging as one of America's leading ensembles. Conducted by Gregory Wolynec, the GCO specializes in the programming of masterworks of the past and present. The ensemble gave its debut in the fall of 2008 and is comprised of the talented performance faculty of Austin Peay State University and fellow professional musicians from Nashville and beyond. Their recordings have been lauded by the American Record Guide, Fanfare Magazine, and SA-CD.net among others. Performing regularly in APSU’s acoustically splendid concert hall and other venues, the GCO has presented works ranging from contemporary American composers William Bolcom and Ellen Taaffe Zwilich to traditional repertoire by Schubert, Mozart, and Haydn.

 

Get to know the GCO!

UPCOMING EVENTS:

GCO Performs Free Concert at the Tennessee Arts Academy:

Thusday July 17, 2014 


The Nonet: A Symphony in Miniature

 

Thursday, July 17, 2014
11:20–11:50am

Free and open to the public 

 

Belmont University
McAfee Concert Hall
1900 Belmont Blvd
Nashville, TN 37212

  

MARTINŮ Nonet
SPOHR Nonet
FARRENC
Nonet
PISTON
Divertimento

 

For more information, visit the Tennessee Arts Academy.

NEWS:

Announcing the 2014/15 Season!

 

The GCO is excited to announce the 2014/15 Masterworks Concert Series! The series includes four programs with performances in Clarksville on Sundays at 3pm and in Nashville on Mondays at 7:30pm. For details, see Events. Join us for this season’s Voyage in Versatility!

 

Classical Elegance
September 14–15
featuring Charles Neidich, clarinet

 

Wind Serenades
October 26–27

 

Romantic Visions
February 8–9

 

Appalachian Spring
April 19–20
featuring Teresa Buchholz, mezzo-soprano

 

Subscription packages on sale Aug. 10
Individual tickets on sale Sept. 2

 

For concert details, see Events. For ticket pricing, see Tickets.

Wind Serenades Chamber Symphonies Reinecke Cello Concerto Downtown Presbyterian Freemasons Auditorium at the Grand Lodge of Tennessee Mabry Concert Hall at Austin Peay State University