The chamber ensemble Cammerata was founded in 2009 and its work has been consistently acclaimed by audiences and critics alike ever since. Its young players, trained at the most prestigious music schools in Europe, approach their work with professionalism and a belief in innovation. All were involved in local youth orchestras in Murcia, and it was this network of connections that led to the formation of the ensemble in 2009.
Cammerata is now one of the best-known Spanish chamber ensembles, both nationally and internationally. Its philosophy revolves around ensuring that its audiences enjoy to the utmost every performance it gives. The ensemble’s stylistic rigour, the eloquent beauty of its sound and the elegance and energy with which it stages its performances all help create a rewarding and fully-rounded artistic experience.
The Cammerata’s members also play in such leading ensembles as the Spanish National Orchestra (ONE) and National Youth Orchestra (JONDE), Valencia’s Palau de Les Arts Orchestra, the Castile and León Symphony Orchestra, Barcelona’s Teatre del Liceu Orchestra, the Cadaqués Orchestra and Murcia Symphony and Youth Orchestras, as well as the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester, Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival Orchestra, National Youth Orchestra of the Netherlands (NJO), Balthasar–Neumann Ensemble, Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela and the Iberoamerican Youth Orchestra.
The players’ musical experience is also enriched by their participation as soloists in recitals and concerts across Europe, the Americas and Asia, at such leading venues as New York’s Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, Berlin’s Philharmonie and Konzerthaus, Cologne’s Philharmonie, Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw and the Simón Bolívar Hall in Caracas, as well as other concert halls in Paris, Vienna, Chicago, Beijing, London Bratislava, Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and Murcia, among others.
By bringing to its artistic planning a strategic focus, an innovative perspective and a commitment to excellence, Cammerata hopes to create something of cultural and educational benefit to society.