Camerata Moravia is one of the most representative permanent chamber orchestras in the Czech Republic, founded in 1987 as a chamber orchestra by the best performers from the Moravian Philharmony Olomouc. The composition of the orchestra and the strings open a possibility for a wide repertoire, from the Early Baroque masters to 20th century music, though it has not been neglecting contemporary composers either.
It has toured Europe extensively since then, giving concerts in Spain, Germany, France, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark and Austria. It has taken a part in international festivals, namely at the Festival in Reims, having been conducted by Lord Yehudi Menuhin there. The chamber orchestra cooperates with renown soloists of world standing, e.g. with the French clarinetist Philippe Cuper. A number of concerts have been given at home as well. The orchestra has recorded 10 CDs and performed in a number of radio and TV studios.
Camerata Moravia is rather active in the city of Olomouc itself, which is one of the most important cultural centres in the Czech Republic, hosting the International Organ Festival, International Dvořák´s Festival, International Festival of Children Choirs etc. The orchestra participates in the International festivals in the Czech Republic – Prague Spring, Janáček´s May Ostrava, Dvořák´s Olomouc and Bratislava Music Festivities in Slovakia.