Updated 18th May, 2013
For tonight’s concert (18th May) - we had a full house!
Huge thanks to our audience for supporting The Chiltern Camerata and the Wycombe Arts Festival in the final concert of our current season.
Under the inspiring direction of Sam Laughton and with our soloist, the brilliant violinist Tom Aldren, the orchestra presented an exciting and varied programme: Music for all Seasons
We return on Saturday 30th November in a concert at Amersham Free Church. The programme will include the Britten Serenade for Tenor Horn & Strings with Bene’t Coldstream (tenor) and Keith Maries (horn) and Mozart’s Symphony No. 33.
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