|The Queen City Community Orchestra (QCCO) is a non-profit organization comprised of volunteer musicians from all around the Charlotte Area. The QCCO is the longest-existing all-volunteer community-orchestra in North Carolina. Mr. Aleo Sica, a master violinist and conductor, founded the orchestra in 1969 and conducts the orchestra to this day.|
|The QCCO is a string orchestra - comprised of violins, violas, cellos and basses. Musicians of all skill levels are welcome to come and play - there are no auditions required. Rehearsals are held every Monday night at 7:30pm from September through May in the Hance Fine Arts Center at Charlotte Country Day School.|
|The QCCO performs two concerts every year, usually one in December and one in May. Concert admission is free - so everyone is invited to come and enjoy the music! At the concerts, there is also the opportunity to contribute food or other necessities for local charities.|
The orchestra is now on Summer Break
Fall semester first practice is September 12 at 7:30pm in the Hance Fine Arts Center. It's coming soon!
Our Fall 2016 concert will be Monday December 5 at 8:00pm in the Gorelick Theater at Charlotte Country Day School.
Interested in joining the orchestra? Sign up here.
Would you like to donate? QCCO is a non-profit organization so your donation is tax-deductible. QCCO does not charge admission for any concerts and has no source of income other than member dues and donations, so we are very grateful for any donations we get.