REMA EARLY MUSIC AWARD
The deadline for sending the project presentations has been extended to 31 August 2014 -
The REMA Early Music Award is a new European prize, created by REMA in order to highlight the expression of Early Music. It will be given for the first time in the autumn 2014.
The REMA Early Music Award encourages projects that are relevant to the field of early music, and bring benefits to the whole early music community. It is an honorary award that aims at giving active recognition of important projects.
BENEFITS FOR THE SELECTED PROJECT
The award winning project will be presented to REMA members at one of its’ members’ meetings in the autumn.
One person will receive a travel grant to attend the meeting in order to present and represent the project.
A detailed presentation of the project will be published on the REMA website, with mentions on social networks, in a press release, and in REMA newsletters.
The award will go to a project (not an institution or a person) in the field of early music.
The projects suggested should be important ones that raise the awareness of early music and bring benefits to the early music community.
The projects can be research projects, publications, innovative projects in festivals, extraordinary music making projects, etc.
Applications can only be sent for projects that have already started and are still active.
Recommandations for projects have to be sent by a member of REMA, however the projects can be run by any organisation.
Each member of REMA can make recommendations for a maximum of two projects.
A selection will be made by the Board of Directors of REMA, following the criteria indicated.
Applications for a project should be sent via this form. They have to be sent by 31 August 2014 . The applications have to be written in English or in French. Results will be communicated in September.Go Top
Evènements à venir
MAfestival (Festival of Flanders – Bruges) - Exhibition historical instruments 2014
BRQ Vantaa - Latvian Radio Chamber Choir - Mirrored images
BRQ Vantaa - Ensemble Nylandia & Guests - North&South, Light&Shadows
BRQ Vantaa - Mahan Esfahani - Keyboards
BRQ Vantaa - BRQ Vantaa Ensemble - Bass Exploration
This project was funded with support from the European Commission.
This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which
may be made of the information contained therein.
Le REMA is funded with support from the French Ministry of Culture and Communication.