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Virginia Chamber Orchestra

  • Address:
    8333 Little River Turnpike
    Ernst Community Cultural Center
    Northern Virginia Community College
    Annandale, VA 22003
  • Phone:
    (703) 758-0179
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The quality and vitality of the Virginia Chamber Orchestra’s performances attract enthusiastic concert attendees from all Virginia suburbs, Maryland, and the District of Columbia. Listeners appreciate the transparent, intimate sound of a chamber ensemble as well as its power, richness, and remarkable dynamic range. In the words of a Washington Post critic, the maestro evokes “energetic excitement” from his players. The repertoire spans the centuries, ranging from Bach to Bartók and beyond.
Mailing address for the Virginia Chamber Orchestra is P.O. Box 7484, Alexandria, VA 22307. Performances are located at the ERNST Center.