Camerata


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Camerata

[‚kam·ə′räd·ə]
(paleontology)
A subclass of extinct stalked echinoderms of the class Crinoidea.
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World-renowned violinist Renaud Capucon -- who's gone from prodigy performer to veteran -- is joining the Austrian chamber orchestra Camerata Salzburg for a melody-filled evening.
On April 6 and 7, the residents of Chicago and its western suburbs had the opportunity to witness an extraordinary artistic collaboration between the world-renowned 78-year old violinist Shmuel Ashkenasi and the Camerata Chicago orchestra.
Mr Guy said he was "delighted" to conduct Manchester Camerata for Playstation's advert for The King on PS4.
Following great critical acclaim and phenomenal demand FAC 51 The Hacienda and Manchester Camerata - the city's experimental orchestra - are bringing back Hacienda Classical in 2017 with a brand new soundtrack in what will be their first Newcastle appearance on Friday, August 4.
html The Godfather with Manchester Camerata (September 16 - 18) Frances Ford Coppola's masterpiece is accompanied live by leading chamber orchestra the Manchester Camerata.
The recording features his most recent chamber compositions, recorded by well-known ensembles and soloists from Cuba and the United States, including the Latin Grammy- nominated Ensemble Solistas de La Habana, conducted by Ivan Valiente, Camerata Romeu, conducted by Zenaida Romeu, and the Lyris String Quartet, as well as other Los Angeles-based musicians.
Hacienda Classical sees the 70-piece live orchestra Manchester Camerata playing music like Someday by Ce Ce Rogers, T Coy's Carino, 808 State's Pacific State, Ride on Time and other club tunes from "the two summers of love, 1988 and 1989".
In addition, the acclaimed Portmeirion boutique music bash will also feature an as-yet-undisclosed all-star tribute to the late great David Bowie, arranged by composer-inresidence Joe Duddell and the Manchester Camerata chamber orchestra.
From the opening ascending arpeggio of "Taquito Militar," the thoughtful interplay between guitarist Berta Rojas and Argentina's most beloved chamber group, Camerata Bariloche, takes center stage on Historia del Tango (2015) and keeps the listener's focus where it should be--on the tango.