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Camerata Ireland was a product of the new Ireland, and possibly even the first one.

3rd June, 2006

Camerata Ireland was a product of the new Ireland, and possibly even the first one. It was born in the afterglow of the Good Friday Agreement with the aim of bringing together young Irish musicians from both sides of the border, and from the international circuit, to convey a new and positive vision of the country and its musical talent. The President of Ireland and Queen Elizabeth considered its formation significant enough to become joint...

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