Welcome to the 2020–2021 season of the Oak Ridge Civic Music Association — home of the Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra, Chorus, and Chamber Music series.
It is time for music to return, and our fall season features several musical events, as well as opportunities to support ORCMA. Our thanks to our area's iconic locations for providing backdrops for our concerts.
Saturday, October 17, 2:00 PM Outdoor Concert at Historic Jackson Square during the HeART for Heroes Street Painting Festival
What better way to open the season than with live music and fanfares performed by an Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra brass ensemble. In support of the HeART for Heroes theme, ORCMA is donating two (2) future concert tickets to a give-away honoring frontline workers of the pandemic. You may make a donation to ORCMA during Saturday's performance or online at ORCMA.org. View this brass concert on ORCMA's YouTube channel.
Later in October, TBA
Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra woodwind players will dazzle you in a virtual concert from the Oak Ridge Playhouse. Sign up for our email list to receive the online concert link. This concert will be available on ORCMA's YouTube channel soon.
Sunday, November 8, 3:00 PM Virtual Concert
Maestro Allcott leads a virtual concert from the Historic Grove Theater featuring Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra strings performing beloved favorites. Subscribe to our email list to receive the online concert link. Live-stream information will be announced here when available.
Sunday, November 22, 3:00 PM Online Performance
The Oak Ridge Chorus, led by Director Brenda Luggie, partners with Roane Choral Society, Arts in Motion Dance Studio, and Oak Ridge Civic Ballet Association to film excerpts from the seasonal favorite Nutcracker ballet. The video will be shown during a live-streamed concert. Online information will be announced here soon.
*All concerts and activities subject to change on short notice. Please check back often for updates.