Camerata Chicago

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Camerata Chicago is a Chicago-based chamber orchestra founded by conductor Drostan Hall which had its debut in 2003. The orchestra performs a wide array of classical and romantic works as well as newly commissioned pieces.

Performances[edit]

Camerata Chicago performs 3–4 concert series a year in Chicago venues such as the Chicago Cultural Center and Murphy Auditorium.

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