Upholding their motto 'Classical music the world over', the Chamber Philharmonia Cologne gives about 300 concerts a year around the globe.
Today, they will play Saints Peter & Paul's Old Cathedral in Goulburn at 8pm.
Bassoonist Karen Ruprucht said the orchestra's goal was to "take music to the people ... in rural towns so that people don't have to travel to see a performance".
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"We have received a good response from people who have shared with us that they are appreciative to see musicians of this caliber in their town," Ruprucht said.
The ensemble includes musicians from Europe, Germany and Finland. Ruprucht is a freelance musician who will be playing two solos with the orchestra, and was also a part of their Queensland tour last year.
"I am delighted to be a part of their tour," she said. "People enjoy the music but they also like the interaction between the musicians. We have been playing together for such a long time and are such a tight group, people enjoy watching the interaction as well as listening."
The group has been touring in western Australia, south Australia and Victoria.
They performed at Lovat Chapel church in Yass on February 10. "It was our first performance in Yass. We performed to a packed church and the audience was very enthusiastic," Ruprucht said. This Friday, they will perform in Braidwood at St Andrew's.
The music ranges from Vivaldi's Four Seasons to Mozart, Tchaikovsky and Paganini. The orchestra was founded in the city of Cologne, famous for its University of Music and its musical and instrumental teaching.
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