Our next performance:      


Hear, There and Everywhere

– a World of Women Composers


7pm Sunday 12 March 2023

Please note slightly earlier time

To raise funds for the Cambridge Women’s Resources Centre


West Road Concert Hall
11 West Road
Cambridge CB3 9DP


Performances of pieces composed solely by women,
focusing on their contribution to the light-orchestral repertoire

To include pieces by
Imogen Holst
Florence Price
Elizabeth Maconchy
and more!

In recognition of International Women’s Day (the previous Wednesday)

Tickets: adults £15, children FREE

(£12 for restricted view or block bookings of 10 tickets or more)

Online booking:

or for an extra £2 you can have tickets posted to you
– have the date, time, name of the orchestra and venue to hand,
then call

0333 666 3366


– any remaining tickets will be sold on the door




Future Concerts


7.30pm Saturday 1 July 2023

An evening concert to raise funds for the
Motor Neurone Disease Association (Cambridgeshire branch)
and to be held in the Church of St John the Evangelist


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The CCO is an amateur orchestra in Cambridge (UK) that specialises in light music.
It gives regular concerts throughout the year within the community.



Money raised for other charities in recent years

We are a registered charity (263524) and most of our concerts
are fundraising events in association with other charities.

2022 – £2,750     (running total £26,200)
2020 – £300         (running total £23,450)
2019 – £3,250     (running total £23,150)
2018 – £1,400     (running total £19,900)
2017 – £2,500     (running total £18,500)
2016 – £5,000     (running total £16,000)
2015 – £4,000     (running total £11,000)
2014 – £2,500        (running total £7,000)
2013 – £3,500        (running total £4,500)
2012 – £1,000        (running total £1,000)


Our President is Brian Kay

Our Patron is the Mayor of Cambridge