In this intimate concert you will be close enough to the players to see how they draw the sound from their instruments, to witness their passion and to catch fleeting smiles as they interact. Eight Camerata players unearth an absolutely splendid selection of known and little-known music. Rossini’s String Sonata, so full of character, charm and witty musical repartee is like an imaginary mini opera in itself, while Edwards’s Veni Creator Spiritus from 1993 begins with a gentle chant, as if written thousands of years ago. The Octet by Romanian composer Enescu, written at age 19, is brimming with youthful zest and ambition, with its virtuosity palpable and its symphonic scope breath-taking. What better place to hear and see Camerata at close range than in the surrounds of the recently refurbished Cremorne Theatre, QPAC.