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MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of CAMARADA is to elevate and enrich the San Diego community and beyond by presenting phenomenal chamber music concerts, while engaging diverse audiences through visionary and educational programming, featuring living composers, commissioning new music, and igniting a powerful connection between the audience, artists and music.

Camarada is a non-profit 501(c)3 EIN# 33-0871107

Amazing Performance Opportunity for Amateurs and Students

Camarada invites members of the community to perform in concert along with professional musicians under the baton of Maestro Roger Kalia on January 14, 2018. The repertoire to be performed will be Ravel’s seductive Bolero & Marquez’s spirited Danzon No.2....

San Diego Arts 2017: Classical Music

Ken Herman Jeremy Denk. Photo by Samantha West In terms of visitations from brilliant pianists, 2017 proved to be a notable year. Two nonpareil solo recitals—Jeremy Denk’s May recital at the La Jolla Presbyterian Church and Richard Goode’s November recital at the...

“Before entrepreneurial chamber music presentations became viable,
even cool – there was Camarada.”

James Chute

Music & Art Critic, San Diego Union Tribune

Camarada was unstinting in their rapturous account of the Quintet, from the billowing and deftly-shaped roulades of harpist Elena Mashkovtseva, to flutist Ross Buckley’s fluttering bird calls, to Breene’s elegiac cello swoons. The ensemble left no lily ungilded. – See more at: http://www.sandiegostory.com/latin-american-music-by-camarada/#sthash.7gkuoMXm.dpuf
Camarada was unstinting in their rapturous account of the Quintet, from the billowing and deftly-shaped roulades of harpist Elena Mashkovtseva, to flutist Ross Buckley’s fluttering bird calls, to Breene’s elegiac cello swoons. The ensemble left no lily ungilded. – See more at: http://www.sandiegostory.com/latin-american-music-by-camarada/#sthash.7gkuoMXm.dpuf

“…gorgeous phrasing and meticulous ensemble from first note to last.”

Camarada was unstinting in their rapturous account of the Quintet, from the billowing and deftly-shaped roulades of harpist Elena Mashkovtseva, to flutist Ross Buckley’s fluttering bird calls, to Breene’s elegiac cello swoons. The ensemble left no lily ungilded. – See more at: http://www.sandiegostory.com/latin-american-music-by-camarada/#sthash.7gkuoMXm.dpuf
Camarada was unstinting in their rapturous account of the Quintet, from the billowing and deftly-shaped roulades of harpist Elena Mashkovtseva, to flutist Ross Buckley’s fluttering bird calls, to Breene’s elegiac cello swoons. The ensemble left no lily ungilded. – See more at: http://www.sandiegostory.com/latin-american-music-by-camarada/#sthash.7gkuoMXm.dpuf
Ken Herman

Music Critic, San Diego Story

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