Who amongst us hasn’t been whisked away by the delights of John Williams’ music? The preeminent movie composer of our time has been active in composing for over six decades. In our 11th season finale, get whisked away into another land with some of the most iconic movie music of all time, including:
-Theme from Schindler’s List
-Lord of the Rings …… and more!
We hope to see you at our 2018-19 Season finale concert!
You can get tickets here.
The “Met” is looking for some skilled musicians to join our ranks. If you are a talented musician and are looking for a challenging experience producing beautiful music in a fun, supportive environment, please consider playing with the CMO.
The CMO is dedicated to performing quality Classical music in our local community of Chilliwack, B.C. We strive to provide our outstanding patrons with the very best in programming, and we endeavour to make each and every concert unique and inspirational. Our goals include having a fun time making wonderful music, and fostering a love and appreciation for the arts and especially music.
Our rehearsals our held weekly on Wednesday evenings.
We are generally open to any orchestral instruments, but we especially have need of players of the following instruments:
If you are interested in joining the CMO, we encourage you to connect with us via email at
Join us on March 31 for a concert packed with young talent, as we present the winners of the CMO’s inaugural Rising Stars competition. Sarah Anderson-Caulfield – soprano, Jackson Howard – trombone, Jonah Kassel – violin, and Solchan Kim – violin, will be performing alongside the CMO, with pieces such as Vivaldi’s Violin Concerto in G minor and Lalo’s Symphonie Espagnole. We hope to see you there!
Thank you to everyone who came out today to see us perform Tchaikovsky in America. Your support of the CMO is very much appreciated!
We hope to see you at our next concert on March 31: Rising Stars, featuring the young winners of our Solo Competition.
Our Tchaikovsky in America concert is this Sunday, Jan. 27. The Chilliwack Progress wrote an article for us highlighting the concert. Go check it out here.
One note regarding the article if you have read it in the print edition of the Chilliwack Progress, is that it states that “Returning to perform… is Nancy DiNovo with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra.” What was intended by that is that Nancy DiNovo is a member of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. It could be mistakenly taken to mean that the the VSO is performing with us at our concert, which is incorrect. The online version of the article has been re-worded, but the print edition will still have that mis-wording in there.
Thank you for your continued support of the CMO!