Camerata – Queensland’s Chamber Orchestra has a reputation for innovation and adventurous programming.
The ensemble performs a major concert season annually in both Brisbane and Toowoomba, while also performing regularly in festivals, collaborations, regional tours, and live-to-air national broadcasts. The orchestra is extremely flexible in its repertoire and in the way it combines works in programs, playing the core “classics” as well as new and recent music, and Australian music.
Camerata regularly works with performers outside the “classical” sector. Camerata has established itself as a chamber orchestra of national significance with an outstanding track record of artistic achievement.
What’s on: Season 2022
Camerata's 2022 Regional Queensland Tour
Camerata – Queensland’s Chamber Orchestra presents a sublime program of music intertwining a new Australian work with timeless masterpieces on their 2022 regional tour, visiting Mackay, Rockhampton, Emerald, Barcaldine and Longreach.
Classical Reimagined will feature classical masterpieces by Mozart and Tchaikovsky in stunning new interpretations, along with a brand-new composition by Camerata’s Emerging Composer-in-Residence, Alexander Voltz in a performance that the whole family will enjoy!
What’s on: More from Camerata
Just released: 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 beautifully balanced concert program by Camerata delivers a fine musical and vocal interpretation of The Conference of the Birds, with added visual elements.
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.