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Welcome to the Portland Community Orchestra

immerse yourself in an ensemble tailored to improve your performing and technical skills

icon 2019-20 SEASON

The fouth season of the Portland Community Orchestra begins with music by Beethoven (2nd movement from Sym No. 1), Mozart (Minuet from Sym No. 36), and  Viadana (La Bergamascae). Also joining us in Svendsen's Romanze for Violin and Orchestra will be Hallowell native Anne McKee, concert master of the Bowdoin College Orchestra!


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PCO rehearsals take place every Tuesday from 6-8pm at Trinity Episcopal Church, 580 Forest Avenue, Portland (corner of Forest Ave & Coyle St). A series of 8-10 intensive rehearsals prepares each concert performance. And check out the PCO Member Handbook for information on musician expectations, sheet music, attendance, performance etiquette and membership fees.


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Members of PCO come from all walks of life and a wide variety of musical backgrounds. It provides a unique musical experience to those who are interested and ready for the challenges of playing great music with other musicians. Please spend a few moments meeting the people who make the PCO what it is.




      ABOUT PCO

CONTACT US

Trinity Episcopal
                Church, 580 Forest Avenue, Portland, ME

Rehearsals take place Tuesday evenings, 6-8pm at Trinity Episcopal Church 580 Forest Ave, Portland

PCO rehearsals take place Tuesday evenings from 6:00-8:00pm at Trinity Episcopal Church, 580 Forest Avenue in Portland. To audition, volunteer, donate, or just find out more about the PCO, please contact us at:

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         389 Cousins St, Yarmouth, ME 04096

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As a non-profit organization, the Portland Community Orchestra makes its financials readily available to the public. If you have any questions, please call the PCO at 207-232-5327.

Form 990-ez 2017

Form 990-ez 2018

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I love your wide-ranging, interesting and very playable selections and arrangements. Please keep doing what you're doing!