ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS & LINKS

Updated 25 April 2018

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Chiltern Camerata would like to thank the following:

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  • Our Director of Music,  Sam Laughton, who has introduced us to a widening repertoire of music and inspired the players to ever higher standards of performance.
  • Mark Johnstone and the singers of the Camerata Consort
  • Churches in the Chilterns area for providing us with venues for rehearsals and concerts
  • Guest instrumentalists, singers and soloists.
  • Simon Lambros,  who directed the orchestra in its earlier years and provided original compositions for us to perform.
  • Everyone who contributes to the smooth running of the orchestra: the committee, section leaders, librarians, ticket outlets  etc.   And special thanks to  Judy Hunter for starting the orchestra in 1996.

LINKS

Chiltern Camerata is a member and supporter of “Making Music” – formerly   The National Federation of Music Societies.

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Other useful information about amateur music in the region can be found at Amateur Orchestras.

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Perfect Pitch Music Shop in Chesham, sells instruments, accessories, printed music and much more besides.

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Strings of Penn, which offers instruments, accessories and sheet music for all the violin family, plus a selection of classical and steel-string guitars.

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Rosehill Instruments a specialist shop which has been selling and repairing brass and woodwind instruments since 1967.

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Design and printing from Advent Press

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OTHER RECOMMENDED LOCAL ORGANISATIONS:

Wycombe Orpheus Male Voice Choir  a local choir with over 60 members performing throughout the South Bucks region.

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Wycombe Sound Radio Station a local radio station (available 106.6 FM, online, and via the Radioplayer App); of particular interest to Camerata followers may be the following programmes:

 Classical Music: British Classics with Amanda Bolt – Sundays 6-8am, Sundays 1-3pm
http://listenagain.wycombesound.org.uk/index.php/shows/sunday-classics-amanda/

Afternoons with Amanda: Arts: Thursdays 1-4pm 
http://listenagain.wycombesound.org.uk/index.php/shows/Afternoons/

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The Great Orchestra Adventure : a campaign founded and led by Beatrice Edwards, a 22 year old girl who battled with cancer during her teenage years, who is now combining her past cancer experiences with her present passion and interest in orchestras, creating a campaign which aims to raise awareness​ of the Anthony Nolan and DKMS stem cell register within the orchestral industry.

 

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