Updated 14 April, 2016

The Chiltern Camerata celebrates 20 years of music making!

Our 20th anniversary concert on Sunday 15th May is fast approaching!

We are teaming up with the Chiltern Music Academy to present a family-friendly concert – a Stringfest – suitable for an audience of all ages.  We are especially excited to be working with the youngsters from the highly regarded CMA  .

The concert is on Sunday afternoon, 15th May, at 4.30 p.m. and will include works by Vaughan Williams, Purcell, Percy Grainger, Tony Osborne, Thomas Tallis – amongst others.

Those of you who have yet to experience one of our concerts may be wondering what to expect?  Yes, we’ll be playing music for string orchestra drawn from a wide repertoire of what might loosely be described as ‘classical music’.  Is that scary?   No, not at all ! 

The emphasis of this concert will be informality and fun.  It will not only showcase the Chiltern Camerata’s strings, but will also provide a wonderful opportunity for the talented youngsters from the CMA join with the orchestra for some of the works as well as featuring in their own right in others.  We know from past experience how enlivening it is for the young players and the audience alike to share music-making in this way.

The concert will take place at a wonderful new venue – The King’s Church in Raans Road, Amersham.  This very newly-established church is a perfect place for the performance of music; it is large, light, very well equipped and comfortable with level access and has plenty of car parking space. It has a fine acoustic which may explain why the violinist Nicola Benedetti likes to perform there!

You can be assured a warm welcome, fabulous music and the chance to mingle with the four conductors and the players over interval refreshments.  There will also be some audience participation, so do come along and become part of the performance!

Tickets are now available at just one price: £10.00 (a reduction from our usual full price!)   Under-18s go free

You can reserve yours by phoning 01494 883112 or from our usual outlets:
The Information offices in High Wycombe, Marlow and Princes Risborough as well as the following Music Shops: Strings of Penn, Perfect Pitch in Chesham, The Record Shop in Amersham and Rosehill Instruments in Beaconsfield.

Tickets may also be available on the door, but in view of the interest that this concert is bound to generate we recommend that you secure yours before the day! 

We look forward to welcoming you and your friends at this special concert as we continue the celebration of our 20th anniversary year.

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About the Chiltern Camerata

Now in its 20th season, the Chiltern Camerata is a non-profit amateur string orchestra for adults.  We stage three concerts per year and 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, no orchestra member receives any fee – indeed we all pay a subscription for the pleasure of playing!

Diary Date!
12 November 2016 at Marlow Parish Church: a special commemorative concert of words and music including the life and work of Frederick Kelly and others associated with WW1.

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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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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