THE CAMERATA ANTONIO SOLER

The Camerata Antonio Soler is a multiestylistic chamber orchestra born in 2011 with the important purpose of approaching an enriched repertory with works of different periods and styles (specially Classic and Romantic), basing his interpretation on historical music criteria and the use of original instruments if they are required. Some of its principal objectives are the rediscovering and interpretation of the orchestral music from the spanish Classical period (ca.1760-1820). The group is composed by 14 young professional string and wind musicians, under the musical direction of Gustavo Sánchez, coming from San Lorenzo de El Escorial and its surroundings.

The Camerata has performed on several ocasions at the Auditorio Nacional de Madrid, as well as the Auditorio del Escorial. In addition the Camerata was the Orchestra in residence for the International Congress of Musicology APARM in Lisbon (2014). One of its principal purposes is to restore the historic musical heritage of classical composers like Brunetti or Boccherini.
In this sense, the Camerata has already made three recordings with unknown pieces by these composers. Finally, the Camerata Antonio Soler is the Resident Orchestra for the International Conductors Masterclass “El Escorial” by the eminent Finnish Professor Jorma Panula, which 5th edition will be held next July 2016.”