Who We Are

The Brazos Chamber Orchestra, a nonprofit organization, was founded in the fall of 1998.  The BCO is in its 24th year of free concerts.


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 cities.


What We Play

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


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!


The Brazos Chamber Orchestra is back for our 24th season! We are looking forward to performing for you all this upcoming fall and winter. We appreciate everyone’s support to make this all possible. We encourage all of you to follow us on Facebook for our upcoming concert information and updates!

God Bless

Upcoming Events

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The Brazos Chamber Orchestra 24th season of concerts has been made possible

through the generous support of Mizzen Marketing and Pinnacle Bank.

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