Camerata Ireland Barry Douglas, Piano/Director

Online, Thursday 27th May

From the final years of the 18th Century to the final years of the 20th Century, Camerata Ireland is presenting 3 works of such individuality and lyricism that belie time and origin. From the exquisite chamber quality of Mozart’s Vienna period concertos to the searing music of Ireland’s own John Kinsella they have one thing in common. Appearing first in a different guise, the 2 composers recreated them – Mozart for small string ensemble and piano, and Kinsella for strings only, from his violin concerto. Music that shows passion and freedom!

Mozart Piano Concerto No 12 in A K 414
Kinsella Nocturne for Strings
Mozart Piano Concerto No 14 in E flat K 449

Camerata Ireland have been pushing the boundaries of musical collaboration across the island of Ireland since 1999.
Established by the internationally renowned pianist, Barry Douglas, Camerata Ireland exists to celebrate the incredible musical talents that exude from this small island on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean.


The concert will be available to tickets holders for 48 hours following the performance

Thursday 27th May

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