Grossmont Symphony Orchestra & Master Chorale

Chamber Concert



The Grossmont Symphony Orchestra (GSO), and Master Chorale (GMC), are East County's answer to quality classical music performances. Under the musical direction of Randall Tweed, the seventy-member orchestral and forty-member choral ensembles are comprised of music and non-music majors, music teachers, and talented musicians from the community. Both ensembles are by audition only!


The members of the Grossmont Symphony Orchestra & Master Chorale perform music from the Baroque to present day, and in building on the past our multimedia presentations include standard repertoire through film music. Encompassing orchestral, choral, ballet and chamber music as well as our String Outreach Program, Grossmont is performing near you! Catch us on Facebook, Instagram.



Both ensembles will be rehearsing on-campus as well as performing in our new concert hall: Performing & Visual Arts Center.

 Performing and Visual Arts Center 

Due to current Covid-19 protocol class maximum occupancies, the Grossmont Symphony Orchestra (GSO) will rehearse in instrumental families on Wednesday evenings beginning at 7 pm starting August 18, 2021:


String Orchestra: Room 26-225

Representative Repertoire: Hailstork: Sonata da chiesa, Wiren Serenade Op. 2, Rota String Concerto


Woodwind Octet: Room 26-224

Representative Repertoire: Marteau Serenade Op. 20, Baksa Octet for Woodwinds 


Brass/Percussion Ensemble: Room 26-221

Representative Repertoire: Ewazen Symphony in Brass, Magle Fanfare for the Royal Danish Orch. 





Click here for specific audition repertoire/procedure for the GSO or GMC


Application & Registration: Auditioning for Grossmont College ensembles require students to apply to the college (found on the Grossmont College homepage: www.grossmont.edu). Registration will occur upon successful audition into the ensemble.


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