Updated 22 May 2022

OUR 2021/2022 Season

Our Committee is continuing to take account of current Government guidance in place relating to Covid-secure rehearsals and performances for amateur orchestras.     The programme for our 2021/2022 season has been informed by this guidance.

Concert 4: Saturday 21 May, 7.30pm at The Spinney Theatre, The Beacon School, Chesham Bois HP6 5PF 

The last concert of the season featured Beethoven’s Violin Concerto (soloist Ruth Schulten), Joseph Bologne, Chevalier de Saint-Georges Overture to “L’Amant Anonyme” , and Mozart Symphony Number 35.  All profits from this concert were raised for the Ukraine Emergency Appeal.

Future concerts will be notified on this website and also on our dedicated ticketing page  https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/chiltern-camerata  (If link above is not working for your device, please copy and paste the address into your browser).


Our concert of St John’s Passion by Bach, performed with the Camerata Consort on Saturday 19th March 2022, was dedicated to the people of Ukraine.  Thanks to our generous audience, a retiring collection of £400 was raised for the DEC Ukraine Appeal.  If you would still like to give online, then please visit https://www.dec.org.uk/


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.

or 01494 481146

Other ways of helping the Chiltern Camerata
The orchestra has entered into a partnership with easyfunding.org.uk  This charity offers an on-line shopping facility through which Chiltern Camerata supporters can nominate the orchestra as a preferred good cause.  Then, when you shop the easyfundraising way through one of their 3,135 shops and sites, they award the orchestra a commission for your purchase. It doesn’t cost you a penny extra!

The facility is now live at  https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/chilterncamerata/
or please contact us if you would like to have more information about our partnership with easyfunding.org.uk

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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!

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


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


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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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