Season 2023 Now On Sale
Join Camerata – Queensland’s Chamber Orchestra in 2023 for a season of uniquely inspiring music all with our trademark innovation, passion, and energy, without a conductor in sight.
From the familiar classics to contemporary Australian and international works, with special guests, didgeridoo virtuoso William Barton, captivating violinist Véronique Serret, and the gifted violin soloist Catherina Lee, Camerata’s joyous music making will be on full display with this beautiful and inspiring music.
Season pass holders receive 20% off 4 concert packages and 15% off 2 or 3 concert packages.*
What’s on: More from Camerata
Yeshi Dolma album
Camerata – Queensland’s Chamber Orchestra releases album with Grammy-award nominated artist, Tenzin Choegyal with arrangements by Katherine Philp, Principal Cellist
After more than 10 years of artistic and musical collaboration, Camerata – Queensland’s Chamber Orchestra is delighted to announce the release of the album Yeshi Dolma with Grammy-award nominated artist Tenzin Choegyal, Brisbane-based Tibetan singer/songwriter.
This thoughtful and carefully programmed concert for strings presented a wonderful blend of English refinement (Britten and Elgar compositions) alongside the delicacy of French impressionist music and poetry, with Debussy’s ravishing soundscapes and the vivid poetry of Rimbaud’s early work. (Illuminations)
With the generous support of Jani Haenke Trust, Camerata is able to experiment with online technologies to connect with students and audiences in regional locations. This initiative is being trialled throughout 2015 and resources will be added and updated on a regular basis.
Our specially designed Educate section provides the opportunity to connect with our players through live online lessons, live concert broadcasts, videos, tips and tricks, tailored education packages, players’ blog, and social media feeds. We invite you to engage with our artists, learn more about them, and why they love to perform with Camerata…even find out what they carry in their instrument cases.