Mystical has become one of Camerata's artistic signatures.
Mystical has become one of Camerata's artistic signatures.

Treat yourself to a night with Camerata

CAMERATA of St John's, a group of talented, professional Australian string players, performing without a conductor, is known for its verve, stylish presentations, and innovative programming.

Acclaimed performances provide enduring and treasured memories for its dedicated audience, players and guest artists.

Camerata's refreshing accounts of the chamber orchestra classics are matched by its committed performances of more recent music.

The diverse backgrounds and talents of its players are often featured, leading to inspiring programmes that include cross-over elements such as Mexican mariachi tunes, soulful Tibetan music, beautiful, artistic, theatrical elements, and free improvisation. 

Bringing together fascinating, sublime, and riveting music, Camerata create an alluring and captivating experience for listeners.

With the production Mystical, Toowoomba audiences will be treated to the re-imagining of Handel's work by Israeli-USA composer Avner Dorman.

Queensland soprano Natalie Christie Peluso sings from Górecki's celestial Symphony of Sorrowful Songs, and the thrilling virtuosity of John Adams's 1987 minimalist masterpiece, Shaker Loops is featured.

Mystical has become one of Camerata's artistic signatures over time and one of their most anticipated concert series.

Camerata will perform at the Empire Theatre on Saturday, October 15 at 7pm. 

For tickets or further information visit empiretheatre.com.au or call 1300 655 299. 


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