Camerata Ireland Orchestra
- Serving UK
Barry Douglas founded Camerata Ireland in 1999 as an orchestra of Irish musicians determined to match the best in the world.
Barry Douglas is an Irish name instantly recognised in the concert halls of the world. In 1986, he became one of only two non-Russians - the other being Van Cliburn - to have won outright the Tchaikovsky Gold Medal in Moscow. Since then he has performed and recorded with the world's leading orchestras and conductors in most of the world's great concert venues. He continues for most of the year to travel from his home in Paris to play in the concert halls of the world.
Barry Douglas founded Camerata Ireland in 1999 as an orchestra of Irish musicians determined to match the best in the world. Through its tours in USA, South America, China and most of Europe it has quickly developed a reputation for excellence and for creating a particularly distinctive Irish string sound. In 2004, President McAleese and Queen Elizabeth II became joint Patrons of Camerata Ireland, testament to Camerata Ireland's all Ireland commitment and to its determination to create opportunity for the very best young Irish musicians.
Among other cities, Camerata Ireland Orchestra may serve the following areas: Scotland, South Wales, North Wales, Somerset, London, Kent, Devon, Essex, Hampshire, West Yorkshire, Cornwall, Cumbria, Norfolk, West Midlands, Surrey, County Durham, Greater Manchester, South Yorkshire, Hertfordshire, Lancashire, North Yorkshire, Staffordshire, East Sussex, Gloucestershire, East London, West Sussex, Northumberland, Suffolk, Cheshire, Derbyshire
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