​Wednesday 12 October 2022 at 7.45pm

Quartet Camerata

Established more than thirty years ago, Quartet Camerata have performed throughout the UK to critical acclaim at venues including St John’s Smith Square, the Victoria & Albert Museum, Cambridge University’s Madingley Hall and the Chelsea Arts Club. The quartet has also given a series of concerts in France, featured on BBC Radio and performed for HM The Queen.
Quartet Camerata perform regularly at festivals and music clubs. They also give music appreciation concerts and have successfully combined elements of their repertoire with dance projects, prose and poetry readings. The quartet have participated in masterclasses with the Alberni String Quartet and studied with Roger Coull and Andrew Watkinson.
The quartet supports a number of good causes and has helped to raise many thousands of pounds for local and national charities.
Peter Bussereau (violin) studied at the Guildhall School of Music and London University. He has played with many of the country’s leading orchestras and is a member of the BBC Concert Orchestra.
Anna Dryer-Beers (violin) studied at the Royal College of Music. She has been a member of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra (US) and the BBC Radio Orchestra and currently freelances as both an orchestral and chamber music player across Britain.
Judit Kelemen (viola) joined the BBC Concert Orchestra in 2017. Prior to this she had an adventurous professional life, playing in the Budapest Festival Orchestra, and both the Malaysian and the Qatar Philharmonic Orchestras.
Peter Randall (‘cello) studied with Joan Dickson, Harold Strube and David Smith of the Alberni String Quartet. He is a member of various ensembles and has performed chamber music for music societies throughout Britain.


Tickets available at the door

£15 (children half price)

Annual Membership £86 for 7 concerts (students half-price)

12 October 7.45 pm