A message from Barry Douglas

Dear Supporter In the midst of these unprecedented times, we hope that you are keeping safe and well. We loved sharing our performances with you this summer, in our Beethoven-themed festival marking the 250th anniversary of one our favourite composers. However, we were very sad not to be able to welcome you all to Clandeboye in person this past August.

As a community, we have all been adapting and adjusting to the new normal, and have embraced the government guidelines put in place for our collective safety. At Camerata Ireland we are continuing to strive to create memorable musical experiences for you, our friends.

Thanks to your support, the Clandeboye At Home was a great success online. Thank you all so much.

If you would like to lend support to our online activities, such as the Camerata Ireland Academy, we would be very grateful- we always need your support. 

This year we were unable to generate any income through ticket sales, so we would be extremely grateful if you would consider making a donation, to help us continue to nurture young musical talent and bring the Clandeboye experience into your homes for the foreseeable future. Any donation that you are able to make is greatly appreciated and in return for your support we are excited to offer you access to exclusive rewards as part of the Friends of Camerata Ireland family.   For more information on making a donation, or joining the Friends of Camerata Ireland, please visit the Support Us section of our website

Thank you for your support. Your donations make a huge difference to us, and will allow us to respond together to the challenges of COVID-19, looking forward to a brighter future together. We look forward to unveiling our exciting Camerata Ireland Academy later through the Winter and into the Spring of 2021! With warmest wishes, 

Barry Douglas Artistic Director

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