The Trinity Camerata is a small, high quality amateur orchestra based in north Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire. Our regular concerts take place at St Edburg's church in Bicester.
We have developed a fine reputation for our performances of Classical, Baroque and early Romantic music - with occasional ventures into the 20th or 21st century. Ideally suited to smaller-scale orchestral works, we also enjoy airing music that tends to be neglected by larger ensembles - like serenades, octets and decets. We strive to make our programmes both enjoyable to play and to listen to, and warmly welcome children of all ages, whose enthusiasm we warmly support.
As members of the 'Making Music' National Federation of Music Societies, we can access some of the very best young musical talent in Europe.
This was the first time I had been to hear this orchestra - and what a good orchestra!
Lovely concert this afternoon... It was very nice to drift away listening to such lovely music. I had forgotten how beautiful the Jupiter is.
I didn’t know we had such a professional orchestra in our area. I shall certainly come again.
Even my nine-year-old daughter didn't resort to doodling during the second half.
Trinity Camerata is certainly the finest amateur orchestra that I have heard in recent years, and well worth supporting.- Jerry Lanning
Your concerts are the start of our Christmas.
I love coming along to your concerts. The church is so beautiful, and I can just relax and let the music take me to another place. I loved the guitar concerto last Sunday - I was humming it all the way home!
Local orchestras don't get much better than this!
Who would have thought we could hear music like this in Bicester.