Brooklyn Conservatory
Community Orchestra


Dear friends,

Though the BCCO has not been able to rehearse and perform together in person since last March, like so many musicians we have not stopped making music! We've kept very busy meeting in virtual sectionals on zoom and we've created videos of some of our favorite music! (A special shout-out to our wonderful video editor Brian Krock!)

We hope you enjoy the following excerpts - more to come soon!

Rachmaninoff: Symphony #2 (1st Movement excerpt):
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The BCCO Winds!
Joachim Raff Sinfonietta (excerpt from the 1st movement):
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The BCCO Strings!
Luis Casal Paola:
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EXCERPTS from Tschaikovsky's Serenade for Strings:
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OPENING ALLEGRO from Dvorak's New World Symphony:
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OPENING ALLEGRO from Mendelssohn's Italian Symphony:
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BRASS FANFARE from Dukas' "La Peri":
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AND THE GLORY OF THE LORD from Handel's "Messiah":
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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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