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Clandeboye Festival 2021 - a great success!

We are so proud that the 2021 Clandeboye Festival happened and with wonderful audiences. This, the 20th anniversary of the Festival welcomed back many of the popular musicians and young artists from past years

All Covid guidelines and regulations were adhered to so that our audiences would feel safe and comfortable.

(The Camerata Ireland Academy ( our premier masterclass academy) will be online again this year, with a streamed concert of highlights in early Spring 2022.

Noirin McKinney, Director of Arts Development, Arts Council of Northern Ireland, commented, “The Arts Council of Northern Ireland is hugely proud to support the Clandeboye Festival who are celebrating their very special 20th anniversary this year! Despite the significant hurdles in programming a festival during a pandemic, Barry Douglas and his team have risen to the challenge and have gathered together the most wonderful collection of world-class musicians for audiences to enjoy ...”

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