Central England Camerata

"One cannot deny the sustained intensity and strength of this performance......and what depth of string tone!"

(Birmingham Post, September 2016)

Central England Camerata, founded by Anna Downes in 2013, is a professional chamber orchestra which gives performances of popular classics to sell-out audiences, raising substantial amounts of money for local charities.

In addition, the Camerata is regularly booked to accompany Choral Societies and to perform in classical music festivals across the UK.

The Camerata is made up of local professional musicians who have freelanced in orchestras such as the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra da Camera, National Symphony Orchestra and English Symphony Orchestra.

For more details about the Central England Camerata, including getting tickets, please click here

Upcoming Events

Sunday 20th January 2018, 7.30pm
Come and Sing Haydn's Nelson Mass
Lynwood Music 40th Anniversary Concert
In aid of Mary Steven's Hospice
Central England Camerata
Conductor : Anthony Bradbury
Leader : Anna Downes
Mozart : Marriage of Figaro Overture
Downes : Symphony no 2
Haydn : Nelson Mass
Foleyan Centre, Old Swinford Hospital

Saturday 12th May 2018
Brierley Hill Choral Society and
Central England Camerata
Handel : Judas Macabeus
St Michael's Church, Brierley Hill

Friday 25th May 2018
Hereford Chamber Choir and
Central England Camerata
Handel : Te Deum and Jubilate
Bach : Brandenburg Concerto no 4
Bach : Magnificat
Hereford Cathedral

Saturday 9th June 2018
Viva Musica
Central England Camerata
Conductor : Anthony Bradbury
Handel : Zadok the Priest
Handel : Dixit Dominus

Saturday 16th June 2018
Local and Live Concert Series
The Ballad of St Kenelm by Andrew Downes
Central England Camerata
Conducted by Cynthia Downes
St James Church, Wollaston

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