COVID & Clandeboye - An Update



Like our friends and colleagues across the arts sector, we at Camerata Ireland are currently facing the unprecedented challenge of COVID-19, and its impact on live performances. This year’s Clandeboye Festival did not take place, due to the impact of COVID-19. However, the Beethoven performances of Camerata Ireland were enjoyed by many people from all over the world.

Despite the challenges that face us all, we are working hard to find the best possible way to share the spirit of Clandeboye with you, to provide musical experiences that will lift us up during this testing time.

Please stay tuned to our social media channels, or sign up to our Clandeboye Festival mailing list, for further updates on our plans. 


For now, all of us at Camerata Ireland wish you safety, and good health until we can enjoy live music safely, together again.

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