7-10 March 2024 Orange NSW

The Orange Chamber Music Festival (OCMF) is the premier Art Music event of the Central West, showcasing Australian and International Artists and Ensembles within a variety of venues around the city of Orange, NSW.

The four day boutique event is hailed for its sophisticated appeal and excellence in programming, combining the very best of Orange’s hospitality with incomparable musical experiences, with chamber music at its core.

2024 Festival Gala

The annual Orange Chamber Music Festival Gala will feature a selection of artists and ensembles of the 2024 Festival. A contemporary showcase featuring Australian and new world works.

9th March


Performance: 8:00pm

Orange Civic Theatre

The Festival Gala will form part of the Orange Civic Theatre’s 2024 Subscription Series. General tickets available at the time of release in late 2023 via the Orange Civic Theatre’s website.

The Festival Gala is included in the Festival Pass and Diamond Pass.

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10th March 2024 | 1.00pm | Tonic
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Morning Melodies & Conversation

10th March 2024 | 11:00am | Orange Regional Gallery Theatre
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Festival Gala

9th March 2024 | 8.00pm | Orange Civic Theatre
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Superbloom – The Song Co.

9th March 2024 | 11.00am | Holy Trinity Church
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Community Event (free entry)

9th March 2024 | 10:00am, 1:30pm, 2:30pm and 4:00pm | Orange Civic Square (Cultural Precinct) Byng St.
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Late Session at Rowlee – Estampa

8th March 2024 | 8.00pm | Rowlee Wines
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Orava Quartet + Vatche Jambazian

8th March 2024 | 6.30pm | Orange Regional Conservatorium
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Beauty and the Brass – Australian Baroque Brass

8th March 2024 | 4.00pm | Orange Uniting Church
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Rising – International Women’s Day

8th March 2024 | 9.00am | Hazelhome Garden & Events
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Café Concert – Baby et Lulu

7th March 2024 | 8.00pm | 1 Bathurst Rd (Five Ways Church)
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7th March 2024 | 6.30pm | Kinross Wolaroi School Chapel
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The program of music presented at the 2022 Orange Chamber Music Festival was truly diverse which added to its ‘can-able’ freshness.

Pepe Newton


‘The programming for this festival was nothing short of fantastic – well-known works but not hackneyed alternated with modern and less well-known compositions which were without exception interesting and enjoyable and, yes, educative.’

Tony Burke


‘There are few rural music festivals that could hope to attract musicians and audiences from at least three states, let alone find not one but two state arts ministers in enthusiastic attendance! But the Orange Chamber Music Festival managed to pull this off, despite being only three years old.’

Jeremy Eccles

Arts Hub

‘The world premiere of Nick Russoniello’s explosive concerto brought out the best from performer and audience alike for Orange Chamber Music Festival’

Maddy Briggs

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