Updated 26th October, 2014

Were you there for our latest concert?

Wow! What a treat!

If you missed it, we’re very sorry, but you can at least read a review by clicking on the ‘Reviews’ tab.  Here is a taster:

Writing about Richard Strauss ‘Metamorphosen':
Be in no doubt the listeners were spellbound by this performance. The final section especially could well have been played by a fully professional group and will remain in the memory for a long while.  It has been a pleasure to see the Chiltern Camerata develop over recent years and a privilege to hear such challenging works by the great masters brought to life in such a convincing way. I am sure the players are very grateful to be directed by Sam Laughton who goes from strength to strength.


Our next concert offers a very different musical experience:

J.S. Bach – Mass in B Minor
See  ‘Concerts’ tab for more details

For full details of all our forthoming concerts and booking,
please click on the “CONCERTS” tab!


About the Chiltern Camerata
The orchestra is an entirely non-profit-making group.  Although very many of our players are music professionals, no orchestra member receives any fee – indeed we all pay a subscription for the pleasure of playing!

Do please help us to share our love of music with you by attending our concerts.

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You can read a review of our concerts on the ‘Reviews’ page of this website.


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Just e-mail info@chiltern-camerata.org.uk or call 01494 883112


The Chiltern Camerata is a member of Making Music which represents and supports amateur vocal, instrumental and promoting societies throughout the United Kingdom.

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