The American Classical Orchestra celebrates music from the 17th to 19th centuries, reviving the original glory of masterpieces as the composers heard them.

Dear Friends,
The American Classical Orchestra takes a bold step forward in the 2002-2003 season with a series in the acoustically superb Greens Farms Auditorium in Westport, Connecticut, two premiere children’s productions at the Norwalk Concert Hall, and three beautiful concerts in exclusive Manhattan settings. We will collaborate with the renowned Long Wharf Theater of New Haven in an original family production of Mozart’s Magic Flute. Thousands of New York and Connecticut school children will participate this year in our ongoing Classical Music for Kids community outreach program.

Please take a moment to explore our site and consider joining our growing family of listeners this season.

Thomas Crawford
Music Director and Founder
     
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