The award winning Children of Crossville Chamber Orchestra will perform its final concert of the season Friday, May 10, in Crossville’s Palace Theater.
“Come and see an outta this world performance by Cumberland County’s amazing and talented young people,” welcomed Director Becky Bull.
COCCO comprises 23 students in grades 6-12 performing on violin, viola,cello and bass.
Tickets are $12 for adults, $5 for students, and will admit music lovers to a concert of classical and sci-fi/space selections.
Songs will include Corelli’s “Concerto Grosso in D,” “Mars” from the Planets by Gusav Holst, “Star Wars,” “Star Trek” and “Battlestar Galactica.” Some surprises are also in store.
The students, music instructors and board members of this nonprofit organization receive no salaries or federal/state funding of any type.
Any monies received come from contributions from individual, donations from business sponsors and ticket sales.
COCCO is a 501(c)(3) organization; all donations are tax deductible.
The Orchestra appreciates performance sponsors Dr. Doug and Jeanette Carpenter, Dr. Kimberly and John Peaslee, J.H. Graham, Sue Gernt, Scot and Julie Shanks, Dr. Jon and Cathy Simpson, Cosby and Rebecca Stone, Gray Chiropractic, Plateau Seamless Guttering, Boyd’s Best music repair, Highland Federal Bank, First National Bank, Anee and Pepe Perron, Gateway Chiropractic, Bilbrey Funeral Home, W.E, Mayberry and Sons, The Plateau Group, Newton Chiropractic, Norman Hinkle and Susan Hunter.
Call Bull at 707-0656 for sponsor information.