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 welcome children of all ages to our concerts as an appreciation of music can never start too young.
As members of the 'Making Music' National Federation of Music Societies, we can access some of the very best young musical talent in Europe.
It was a fantastic concert, so many spine-tingling moments, I couldn't stop smiling. You really are an amazing group, and I love everything you do.
I defy anyone NOT to have thoroughly enjoyed today's concert
The best Trinity concert I've heard to date
The orchestra and soloist played their socks off!
I cannot give enough praise to last Sunday's performance by Trinity Camerata. The selection of pieces blended very nicely. The playing was superb and the overall balance (or mix) for so many instruments was outstandingly good. Just right. Not forgetting the conductor and guest cellist who played their part in making it such an enjoyable afternoon / evening. Many thanks.- Brian
What a fantastic concert, the best ever. The singing made the rafters ring, and I actually felt the percussion vibrate through the pews during the Hallelujah Chorus.
I had a truly wonderful time performing with such a fabulous orchestra and for such an enthusiastically appreciative audience! Please do keep me in mind if you ever require a violin soloist again!- Alex Lomeiko
An amazing concert, and so good to know that this orchestra is our local one!
I have been coming to TC concerts for the last 4 years and I think the orchestra gets better and better!
Who would have thought we could hear music like this in Bicester.