The Brazos Chamber Orchestra begins each concert by giving all glory, honor and praise to God, followed by the Star Spangled Banner.  Started by David & Kathy Anavitarte, BCO is a symphonic orchestra that typically has 40 musicians in its performances. Programming consists of a cross section of music from the classical repertoire and popular music from 20th Century time frame, including music from Broadway, the movies, and pops music. The orchestra is led by its founder and conductor David Anavitarte.

Who We Are

The Brazos Chamber Orchestra, a nonprofit organization, was founded in the fall of 1998.  The BCO is in it’s 21st year of free concerts.

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Where We Serve

The Brazos Chamber Orchestra, composed of musicians from the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, serves the citizens of Burleson, Cleburne, Granbury, Mansfield and surrounding cites.

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What We Play

The Brazos Chamber Orchestra plays an eclectic blend of orchestral music, including Classical, Big Band, Movie Tunes, Americana and Pop.

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What We Want

Come and enjoy an evening with friends and family as our 40 piece orchestra brings big city music to small towns near you!

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Did you know that the word “cello” is a shortened form of the Italian word violoncello, which means small-large violin? Interesting right?

This amazing instrument has been delighting music lovers for hundreds of years. It’s vibrant and lovely sound with warm tones match the human voice pitch.

We love the sounds a cello makes! Do you too? 🎶
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Join us to experience the healing power of music! Our upcoming concert dates have been announced! Make sure you mark your calendars so you don't forget about our exciting upcoming events.

Take a look at all of our future concert series by clicking the link below. ⬇️

BrazosChamberOrchestra.org/events/list

Please send this link to your friends and family to see if they are interested in joining us also!
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Did you know that at one point in time fourteen different saxophones existed?

However, of the fourteen different types that were invented, only four types are in widespread use today. These saxophones range in pitch which spans two and a half octaves.

Learn more by taking a look at the image below: high-low, the Bb soprano, Eb alto, Bb tenor and Eb baritone
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Did you ever notice that our orchestra typically has 40 musicians in its performances? Every single musician in the orchestra has a specific job to do. If an instrument or section was missing, the entire orchestra would sound off!

Isn't it amazing what beautiful music can be made when we come together to share our God-given gifts? 🎻

Join us for an upcoming show to hear for yourself: BrazosChamberOrchestra.org/events/list
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