Camerata d’Amici performs an exceptionally diverse repertoire, featuring both the new and the traditional, the sacred and the secular, the familiar and the surprising. Our music comes from all over the world, including Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas.


Camerata performs Rosephanye Powell’s setting of the Langston Hughes poem To Sit and Dream.


To Sit and Dream (Rosephanye Powell) > play

Aura Lee (arr. Ralph Hunter, Alice Parker & Robert Shaw) > play

Gitanjali Chants (Craig Hella Johnson) > play

Cantate Domino (Claudio Monteverdi) > play

Spirit Moving Over Chaos & Bogoroditse Devo (David Ashley White & Sergei Rachmaninoff) > play

Sing, My Child (Sarah Quartel) > play

God Will Give Orders & Sweet Child (Sarah Quartel) > play

There is No Rose (Z. Randall Stroope) > play


Carol from an Irish Cabin (Dale Wood) > play

Hanget Soi (Heikki Sarmanto, arr. Auvo Sarmanto) > play

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