MEMBERSHIP

Updated 9 June 2019

New Director of Music 

Our current director of music, Sam Laughton has been with us for around 10 years, during which he has made a major contribution to the orchestra’s development, not only in terms of our musical skills but also embracing a wide and challenging repertoire. He is moving on at the end of the 2018/19 season and the orchestra is looking to appoint a successor with similar vision and expertise.

The closing date for applications has now passed. The committee is considering the shortlisted candidates.

Player Opportunities

Are you a string player?   There are currently opportunities for  string players to join the Chiltern Camerata.

If you are interested in playing with the orchestra, please contact our fixer, Louise Daghlian on 07813 885274 or info@chiltern-camerata.org.uk for further information.

We have a core of members and they, plus additional players, are selected on a concert by concert basis.  Although we have no formal auditions for members, players should be able to play to at least Grade 7 level and preferably above – though nobody will be asking to see your certificate!    For obvious reasons, attendance at all rehearsals is a pre-condition for playing at concerts!

We rehearse at Holmer Green Baptist Church on five or six  Tuesdays – either weekly or fortnightly – in the run up to each concert  (see “Rehearsals” tab for more details).   Members pay a termly subscription of £30.

You can view the Society’s Constitution and Rules by clicking here

You can view the Chiltern Camerata Privacy Notice by clicking here

The Annual General Meeting for 2018-19 season was held at 9.30pm towards the end of the orchestra rehearsal on 6th November 2018.

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