About The Orchestra of The Bronx
The Orchestra of The Bronx is a fully professional orchestra made up of some of the finest instrumentalists emerging in the New York area as well as those who are well established in the musical life of the City. Michael Spierman, the organization’s Music Director chooses soloists based not only on their facility, but on the depth of their artistry. The unique spirit and level of excellence of this orchestra makes for some of the most exciting concerts presented in the New York City area.
Our HistoryFounded in 1972 as the Bronx Chamber Orchestra, the ensemble gave many outstanding concerts throughout the borough, from Riverdale to the South Bronx. Over the past several years the organization has undergone a metamorphosis, resulting in an even fuller sound, a wider range of repertoire, and culminating in a change to its current name in 1999.
Where We PerformIts present home, Lehman College’s beautiful Lovinger Theatre, is centrally located and affords its audiences easy access via subway (the 4 and D lines), bus and car (with abundant free parking available). [ Directions ]
Michael Spierman conducts attractive and satisfying programs including some of the most beloved works in the orchestral repertoire. The orchestra performs works from all periods including Baroque, Classical, Romantic and 20th Century. [ Concerts ]
Our MissionOur concerts are free of charge, enabling people of all walks of life to experience the profound beauty of the orchestral repertoire.
While the orchestra does not seek admission charge, your support is crucial to its growth and continued programming. Our administrative costs are kept to a bare minimum so that almost all funds are able to go directly to ensure the high level of music making that we produce. Your generosity together with the dedication of our staff and musicians make these concerts possible. Please consider being a part of this experience by contributing what you can.
Orchestra of the Bronx
5 Minerva Place, 2J
Bronx, New York 10468