Announcing Barry Douglas at St. Patrick's Festival 2017

We are delighted to announce that none other than internationally renowned Irish pianist Barry Douglas will join forces with the exceptional Ensemble Caméléon for the opening concert at St. Patrick's Festival Amsterdam on March 17th 2017.


Performing Schubert's much loved Trout Quintet, in the intimate and welcoming music centre Splendor Amsterdam, this is one one those concerts you should not miss.  Get more information and tickets here 


Stay tuned for more announcements about the amazing line up for St. Patrick's Festival on Friday March 17th and Saturday 18th 2017!

Save the date: March 17-18th 2017

Mark your calendars! St. Patrick's Festival Amsterdam will take place across 2 days in 2017. Kicking off on the evening of St. Patrick's Day - Friday March 17th and all day Saturday March 18th. This 4th edition of Amsterdam's only festival of Irish culture will take place in the superbly intimate and welcoming Splendor music centre in the heart of Amsterdam, with events for music-lovers, families, fans of Irish culture and the culturally curious. 


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A taste of previous St. Patrick's Festivals

About St. Patrick's Festival Amsterdam

St. Patrick's Festival Amsterdam is a high calibre, one day music festival held in the heart of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. It is the only celebration of the richness of Irish culture with a specific focus on music in the Dutch capital. The festival celebrates not only Irish traditional music, but also Irish music and musicians from other genres such as classical, pop, jazz and world, collaborating to present unique programs with Irish music as the inspiration. Read more. 

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Contact us to discuss the range of sponsorship opportunities available for companies and individuals for this unique festival of Irish culture in Amsterdam. It's also possible to make a donation to support St. Patrick's Festival Amsterdam.