REMA EARLY MUSIC AWARD
The REMA AWARD for Early Music was supposed to be given for the first time in the autumn 2014. It has been created with the aim of rewarding an important project in the field of early music that raises its awareness and brings benefits to the whole early music community, an "Early Music Nobel Prize".
REMA received 13 applications over the summer.
REMA’s Board of Directors, which met in Potsdam on 13 September in order to discuss the incoming proposals, has decided to postpone the award selection to 2015 as a result of a consensus about the need to have more detailed and explicit criteria for the REMA AWARD.
The new criteria will be sent to all members of REMA before 31 december 2014. All applicants will be welcome to submit their applications again.Go Top
Evènements à venir
Bayerischer Rundfunk - Studio Franken - STIMMENZAUBER ARIEN UND DUETTE DES BAROCK
Bayerischer Rundfunk - Studio Franken - „IM HIMMEL FREI“ VOKALMUSIK AUS DER ZEIT VON PETER HENLEIN
REMA - Between gregorian chant and polyphonie: the organ music in the prince bishopric of Liège between 1600 and 1650
Liste des membres - Stabat Mater de Sellitto
Liste des membres - Arias and duets of the Baroque
This project was funded with support from the European Commission.
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Le REMA is funded with support from the French Ministry of Culture and Communication.