Brooklyn Conservatory
Community Orchestra


The Brooklyn Conservatory Community Orchestra is comprised of enthusiastic amateur and professional musicians who come together out of a love of music and performance. Based in Park Slope, Brooklyn, we rehearse on Tuesday nights from 7:30 to 9:30 pm at Congregation Beth Elohim, 271 Garfield Place, on the corner of 8th Avenue. Explore our website to learn more about upcoming programs, listen to excerpts from our concerts, learn about our members, and much more! For additional information contact Music Director Dorothy Savitch at or call 718.622.3300 x221.


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In 1884 Johannes Brahms, (1833-1895) at the height of his powers, began composing his fourth and final Symphony. After the premiere, friend and critic Eduard Hanslick wrote, "It is like a dark well; the longer we look into it, the more brightly the stars shine back".

On March 17 at Plymouth Church, the Brooklyn Conservatory Community Orchestra, led by Music Director Dorothy Savitch, will perform the great final Symphony of Johannes Brahms. Also on the program will be the dynamic trombonist William Lang performing Gordon Jacob's "Trombone Concerto". Mendelssohn's luminous "Overture to the Fair Melusine" opens the program.

Saturday March 17, 2018 7:30 - 10:00 pm
Plymouth Church, 75 Hicks Street, Brooklyn Heights

Purchase tickets HERE!

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