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Camerata & COVID-19

Due to the unprecedented impact of the COVID-19 virus, it's with great regret that we must announce the cancellation of our upcoming concerts in Vittoria, Spain, and in the National Concert Hall, Dublin.

We were so looking forward to sharing incredible musical experiences with you live in concert, however, for now, we must stay apart so we can all come together again. Our booking partners at Teatro Principal Antzokia and the National Concert Hall partners will be in touch with ticket holders directly over the coming days to arrange refunds.

At a time like this, many of us will be turning the pages of our favourite books, dusting off old instruments, and embracing creativity as an important escape from the collective challenges we all face. We'll be putting our heads together (via video call!) to create some musical experiences we can all share in from the safety of our own homes. Stay tuned to our social media channels to see what we get up to. For now, stay safe, stay well, and we look forward to seeing you all on the other side. from all at Camerata Ireland

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