The Queen City Community Orchestra (QCCO) is a non-profit organization comprised of volunteer musicians from all around the Charlotte Area. QCCO is the oldest existing orchestra in Charlotte. Mr. Aleo Sica, a master violinist and conductor, founded the orchestra in 1969 and conducts the orchestra to this day.
QCCO is a string orchestra with violins, violas, cellos and basses. We invite musicians of all skill levels to come and play, and no auditions are required.
We practice every Monday night at 7:30pm from September through May in the Hance Fine Arts Center at Charlotte Country Day School.
We play two concerts every year, usually one in December and one in May. Admission is free and we invite everyone to come, with the opportunity to
contribute food or other necessities for local charities.
Our Spring Concert was a great success! We had a great time playing for everyone and we can't wait to get back to work in the Fall for our Winter Concert.
Thanks to everyone for the food donations that will go to "Loaves and Fishes".
We also thank our Sponsors! Thanks to the Andrick Group, which also sponsored us last Fall, and to Dr. Craig VanDerVeer.
Have a great Summer and don't forget - it's never too late to become a great musician!
Interested in joining the orchestra? Sign up here. It's easy!