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Over the coming weeks, we here at E.L.C.O. will be developing this new website. You can expect information on upcoming events, music from E.L.C.O., performer biographies, and a host of other delectations. Thank you for your interest and support in E.L.C.O. and please check back here regularly.


Welcome to the new virtual home of E.L.C.O.

Photo by Carly V. McCoy

Upcoming Events

Saturday, November 9 - "101": E.L.C.O. is pleased to partner with the American Musicological Society Conference presenting an open reading session of large-scale “Number Pieces” of John Cage. The concert will include the piece "101"celebrating the 101st anniversary of the composer's birth with 101 musicians - including the musicians of E.L.C.O. - at Bellefield Hall.  The performance will take place at 12:30 and performance opportunities are open to all musicians playing an orchestral instrument, however, this concert is presented exclusively for AMS Conference attendees. 

  1. Saturday, April 19, 2014 - "The Radiophonic Fantasies of the Eclectic Laboratory Chamber Orchestra": E.L.C.O. is thrilled to be included in the New Hazlett Theatre's CSA program to present "The Radiophonic Fantasies of the Eclectic Laboratory Chamber Orchestra." In this program, ELCO will collaborate with the renowned Québec-based ondes Martenot player Geneviève Grenier, one of about a dozen musicians in the world skilled with this exotic instrument. The program includes new works exness-trade.co.za/exness-micro-account-minimum-deposit-South-Africa by E.L.C.O. composers Alan Tormey and David Gerard Matthews, as well as selections from Messiaen’s Turangalila Symphony and works by the French-Canadian composer Claude Vivier and the Czech-French composer Bohuslav Martinu. Once again erasing distinctions of genre, E.L.C.O. will also incorporate our signature orchestral transcriptions of pop and rock songs, including songs by Air, Stereolab, and Radiohead. Tickets & info at http://newhazletttheater.org/

More Winter Events Coming Soon!

and... our even newer web page & digital home


  Thank you for your support of the Eclectic Laboratory Chamber Orchestra. does exness have micro account  We're thrilled to report that with your help we surpassed our goal of $2,000 for our first-ever Kickstarter campaign.  Pledges through Kickstarter enabled E.L.C.O. to present our interpretations of Beck's "Song Reader" to a sold out house at the Grey Box Theatre on August 18 and begin preparations for more projects.  Like us on Facebook and check out our website for more news on upcoming events! (If you agreed to join our mailing list via the Kickstarter survey, we'll be sending email updates www.exness-trade.co.za/exness-micro-account-minimum-deposit-South-Africa to you as events approach as well.)