Updated 13 November 2016
And so we move on!
Our next concert is on Saturday 25th February at All Saints’ Church, High Wycombe when, together with Mark Johnstone’s choir, the Camerata Consort we will be performing the Brahms German Requiem. Stravinsky’s neoclassical Pulcinella Suite is also in the programme.
And a further diary date: Saturday 13th May at the Church of St Lawrence, West Wycombe – our concert will include the Nielsen Clarinet Concerto with Mandy Burvill as soloist.
BECOME A FRIEND OF THE CAMERATA?
We would like to develop closer links with audience members and those who support us in other ways, and so we have decided to introduce a ‘Friends of the Camerata’scheme. Becoming a friend does not necessarily involve paying any money, although of course donations and financial sponsorships are always welcome and will be appropriately acknowledged! Friendship can come in other forms too, especially by helping the orchestra in practical ways, including publicity and general organisation. So if you might be interested in assisting us in any way at all, do please contact us for further details.
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About the Chiltern Camerata
The Chiltern Camerata is a non-profit amateur string orchestra. We stage three concerts per year which provide an opportunity for soloists and singers to perform with an orchestra. New members are invited to join us. Although very many of our players are music professionals, members receive no fee – indeed we all pay a subscription for the pleasure of playing!
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