Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra Amsterdam

Ensembles

Our ensembles

Camerata RCO

Camerata RCO is a unique ensemble. We are all members of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra in Amsterdam. We enjoy making music together in the orchestra and expand that joy now in a smaller ensemble.

The repertoire is different and playing chamber music is more personal and intimate. It is refreshing to get to know the colleagues of the orchestra closer while working together for Camerata RCO. We are free to chose the pieces we play, with which players and also where. With Camerata RCO we like to be in direct contact with the audience. That is inspiring and gives us a lot of energy.

Camerata RCO is playing many concerts in the Netherlands and abroad. the ensemble has a residency in a series in Spaarndam, Dordrecht and also in the Festival Amfiteatrof in Levanto. We have recently played in Tokyo, Seoul, Vienna, Roma, Torino a.o.

Camerata RCO has made several radio and tv broadcasts and has recorded cd’s (Corelli, Mozart, Mendelssohn, Ravel) under the label Gutman Records.

Visit the website of Camerata RCO.

RCO Camerata in de kleine zaal van het Concertgebouw Amsterdam

Concertgebouw Kamerorkest

Concertgebouw Kamerorkest in de Grote Zaal van het Concertgebouw Amsterdam

Op de website www.concertgebouwkamerorkest.com vindt u uitgebreide informatie over onze concerten van dit seizoen.

The Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra was established in 1987 and is made up of musicians from the world-famous Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam. This chamber orchestra was actually founded thirty years earlier under the name Amsterdam Chamber Orchestra, and during those years made many recordings with such conductors as Andre Rieu Sr., Anton van der Horst and Marinus Voorberg.

The CCO has also attracted much international attention and has been invited for concert tours in Belgium, Italy, Spain, Germany, Finland, Portugal, Japan and India.

The orchestra has made many well-received recordings. Their CD’s of Schubert/Mahler and Beethoven/Mahler String Quartets received the highest score of “5 stars” for performance as well as sound technique from the respected BBC Music Magazine.

The orchestra has also utilized the newest “Super-Audio-CD” 5-channel Penta Tone System in five new recordings of works by Mozart, Haydn, Schubert, Mendelssohn and Tchaikovsky.

Visit the website of Concertgebouw Chamber Orchestra.