Updated 16 May, 2016

The Chiltern Camerata celebrates 20 years of music making!

The orchestra’s 20th anniversary concert on 15 May was an outstanding success. This landmark event was celebrated in a very fitting way with a ‘Stringfest’ concert given jointly with young string players from the Chiltern Music Academy.

Yesterday’s concert concludes the orchestra’s 2016/17 season.

We return for our 21st season on Saturday 12 November. This concert to be given at Marlow parish church will feature music and narrative celebrating the life of the early 20th century composer Frederick Kelly and his contemporaries. Book the date!

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About the Chiltern Camerata

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.


To receive advance details of all our concerts, why not join our mailing list?
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.

Will you
please help the Camerata by telling your friends about us?

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