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Leading up to Veteran’s Day on Friday November 11th, the Chattanooga Community Orchestra (CCO) will be hosting a free special performance at Miller Plaza at lunchtime on Wednesday November 9th. Once called the Senior Neighbor Orchestra, the CCO has been a regional phenomenon by providing retired musicians and educators the opportunity to use their training and talents to perform for the Chattanooga community since 1967.
The CCO has grown from a four-member ensemble to over 70 members from across the Greater Chattanooga area. Membership is open to musicians of all ages who have some instrumental experience. Their new conductor, Paul Faulkner, leads the CCO in performances throughout the Chattanooga metropolitan and north Georgia area. Performances include seasonal concerts as well as programs for area schools, churches, retirement centers, and civic organizations. Programs include a wide variety of musical styles from classical, to sacred, to popular. The concert event is supported by River City Company.