Chamber Philharmonic Europe

Thursday, 17th March
8:00pm
Crail Church

Tickets are priced at £20  (£10 for under 16's).

The Chamber Philharmonic Europe was founded 2006 in Cologne/Germany and engages talented young musicians from 18 confirmed by many concerts and festivals which the orchestra played throughout the continent as well as press and critics.


Since its inception the Chamber Philharmonic Europe has been built upon a broad range of professional experience. In the interest of promoting the younger generation, the orchestra aims also to provide promising artists the opportunity for further development in its various sections. It is from this principle that the Chamber Philharmonic Europe is able to produce a creative work atmosphere over generations which inspires the ensemble with great motivation.


The repertoire of the Chamber Philharmonic of Europe ranges from Baroque to modern:


Classical Symphony Concerts
Chamber Concerts
Operas and Operettas


The 2019/2020 season saw Chamber Philharmonic Europe perform over 42 concerts Europewide. The musicians have performed in many reputed concert halls and opera houses,
including:


Historische Stadthalle, Wuppertal, Germany
Musikhuset Aarhus, Denmark
Pavilion Theatre, Dublin, Ireland

Conway Hall, London, United Kingdom
Neumünster, Zürich, Switzerland
Kulturkvarteret Kristianstad, Sweden
The Hawth, Crawley, United Kingdom
Opening concert at the Vendsyssel Festival


The orchestra has made extensive tours to Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark, France, Netherlands, Great Britain and Ireland. The Chamber Philharmonic Europa is a fully professional and privately financed organization, which, with its increasing popularity, also is
involved with several charities. The orchestra periodically engages with various partners for benefit concerts throughout Europe.


"The instrumentalists exuded energy, excitement, colour and virtuosic flair in their playing "Gussaroff played brilliantly, with lots of attention to detail"    BACHTRACK

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