Classical Concert Chamber Orchestra

thirty-five member ensemble

The Classical Concert Chamber Orchestra is a compact and versatile thirty-five-member ensemble made up of highly accomplished musicians from both the United States and Europe. The composition of this ensemble gives a new and different take on the classical concert experience. In an effort to both reproduce and recreate the form and sound of a traditional chamber orchestra, Classical Concert Chamber Orchestra’s ensemble of virtuoso musicians works closely to achieve Tigranyan’s personal vision and is modeled after chamber orchestras of the Baroque and Classical eras. The orchestra works within the original Baroque configurations, however, instead of having a separate conductor, it is instead lead by its Founder, Music Director and Soloist, Ashot Tigranyan.

The mission of this orchestra is to reconstitute the old language of the violin and the chamber orchestra and to capture the essence of the traditional Russian school of music in a smaller and more intimate environment. The distinct tradition of this style is in its connection to the past and that is what Classical Concert Chamber Orchestra so beautifully conveys in its performances.

Maestro Ashot Tigranyan originally founded classical Concert Chamber Orchestra in 2006 in California. Since its creation, the orchestra has performed in many cities across the United States and in 2012 the orchestra was introduced in Europe and Scandinavia.

Classical Concert Chamber Orchestra has since toured in Spain, France, the United Kingdom, Poland, Italy, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, and Finland.

The orchestra has performed in some of the world’s most lauded venues, including Barcelona’s Palau de la Musica, Teatro Colon A Coruña, Auditorio Palacio de Congresos Zaragoza, Teatro Calderon Madrid, Symphony Hall Aarhus Denmark, Helsinki Music Centre, Grieg Hall in Bergen, Oslo Concert Hall, Berwaldhallen in Stockholm, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, St. George’s Hall Liverpool, Victoria Hall, Teatro Rossini Pesaro, Teatro della Pergola Florence, Teatro Delle Muse Ancona, Auditorio Conccilliazione Rome, Salle Gaveau in Paris, Halle aux Grains Toulouse, and more.