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18/05/2016
Winners of the NCEM Young Composers Award 2016
The NCEM Young Composers Award 2016, presented in partnership with BBC Radio 3 and Theatre of the Ayre directed by (...)
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20/04/2016
International Competition Musica Antiqua: last days to (...)
Last days to subscribe for the prestigious International Competition Musica Antiqua, focusing on fortepiano in (...)
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18/04/2016
Gregynog Festival 2016!
TOP OF THE MORNING AT GREGYNOG FESTIVAL 2016: EIRE (16-26 June 2016) Gregynog Festival is "top of the morning" for (...)
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18/04/2016
London Baroque Music Festival 2016!
This new edition will welcome in may international artists including John Butt, Iestyn Davies, the Choir of (...)
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8/04/2016
1 year of REMA in video!
1 Year of Rema from REMA on Vimeo.
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31/03/2016
REMA is meeting in Metz !
45 REMA members from 10 different countries will meet in Metz "Arsenal" from 1st to 3rd of April 2016. Programme: (...)
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24/03/2016
A great European Day of Early Music!
REMA had a great time celebrating this new edition of the European Day of Early Music! During this fourth edition, (...)
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21/03/2016
"Culturebox" EDEM special programme
We are extremely proud to announce that Culturebox, the French television internet platform, has joined us in the (...)
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21/03/2016
Today! The European Day of Early Music
On 21 March 2015, Johann Sebastian Bach’s anniversary day and first day of spring, a multitude of events (concerts, (...)
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3/12/2015
EAR-ly 2016 - Nordic competition for young early music (...)
The overall aim of EAR-ly is to encourage the formation of new early music ensembles and to stimulate the interest (...)
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30/11/2015
Welcome to the new REMA members!
REMA is happy to welcome 5 new members! Concentus Moraviae (Czech Republic) Concertgebouw Brugge (Belgium) Paris (...)
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31/08/2015
REMA Early Music Award was presented
REMA Early Music Award Ceremony was held at AMUZ in Antwerp, Belgium on 22 August 2015. To watch videos of the (...)
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27/08/2015
New members
We’re delighted to inform you that REMA has three new members : Urbino Musica Antica from Italy, Geelvinck (...)
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15/07/2015
The Sollazzo Ensemble wins the 2015 York Early Music (...)
Sollazzo Ensemble from Switzerland has won the highly respected biennial York Early Music International Young (...)
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20/05/2015
NCEM Young Composers Award 2015
The NCEM Young Composers Award 2015, presented in partnership with BBC Radio 3 andthe internationally acclaimed (...)
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Netherlands STIMU Symposium 2016: ‘Reinventing a usable past’
The STIMU symposium entitled Reinventing a usable past uses Jewish early music as a metaphor for the music of ’the others’: those who were not (...)
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Netherlands Gli Angeli Genève / Stephan MacLeod: ‘Festive opening concert: San Marco Vespers’
Gli Angeli Genève opens its residency with Johann Rosenmüller’s large-scale festive Vespers for choir and orchestra, as they might have sounded in (...)
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Netherlands Artaserse / Philippe Jaroussky: ‘Cavalli and the early opera’
‘The voice of an angel and as virtuosic as the devil’: Philippe Jaroussky, countertenor and world-class star, is finally returning to Utrecht. He (...)
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Netherlands Ghislieri Choir & Consort / Giulio Prandi: ‘Vivaldi and Galuppi’
When ‘Italian Baroque’ is mentioned, people these days immediately think of Vivaldi. It is therefore hard to imagine that after his death the name (...)
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Netherlands Collegium 1704 / Václav Luks: ‘Legrenzi and Marcello’
Václav Luks and his Collegium 1704 are familiar faces at the Early Music Festival. This time, in a colourful Venetian programme, the Czechs place (...)
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Netherlands L’Arpeggiata / Christina Pluhar: ‘Cavalli: L’Amore innamorato’
Although Cavalli was a church musician at St Mark’s for almost sixty years, he acquired his greatest fame – and fortune – from his operas. He was (...)
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Netherlands Concerto Palatino / Bruce Dickey: ‘Cavalli’s Vespers’
In the festival of 1991 Concerto Palatino staged the Vesper Psalms of Cavalli for the first time. It was a sensation. Since then Bruce Dickey and (...)
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Netherlands Vox Luminis & Capriccio Stravagante: ‘The world of Monteverdi’
A dream combination: Vox Luminis and Capriccio Stravagante, both former artists in residence, join forces and enter the world of Claudio (...)
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Netherlands Hespèrion XXI et al.: ‘1000 years of Venice / 75 years of Jordi Savall’
Orthodox-Byzantine Vocal Ensemble, La Capella Reial de Catalunya, Le Concert des Nations & Hespèrion XXI / Jordi Savall A genuine concert of (...)
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Netherlands Ensemble Correspondances / Sébastien Daucé: ‘Charpentier in Italy’
Venice as the Festival theme, and then music by Charpentier? Oh yes! Ensemble Correspondances, that has in recent years carried out pioneering (...)
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Netherlands Le Concert Spirituel / Hervé Niquet: ‘Vivaldi’s Gloria for female voices’
In keeping with tradition the Early Music Festival concludes with a triumphant final concert. Who better suited for this than Hervé Niquet and his (...)
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Netherlands Michel Godard & co: ‘An Egyptian in Venice’
What if in 1620 an Egyptian traveller and musician had come ashore in Venice, and subsequently met Claudio Monteverdi? Would they have got along (...)
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Netherlands Scherzi Musicali / Nicholas Achten: ‘Amorous dialogues by Sances’
Giovanni Felice Sances, who later on in his life would score some great successes in the service of the Hapsburg emperor, spent a short time in (...)
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Netherlands La Colombina / Josep Cabré: ‘The world of Willaert’
The Catalan baritone Josep Cabré chooses only the finest voices for his vocal ensemble La Colombina: Raquel Andueza, José Herhandez Pastor and (...)
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Netherlands Gli Angeli Genève / Stephan MacLeod: ‘Intimate psalms by Rosenmüller and Rigatti’
Whereas artist in residence Gli Angeli Genève opened the festival with celebratory double choir splendour, in this second programme the ensemble (...)
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Netherlands ClubMediéval / Tomas Baeté: ‘Venecie mundi splendor’
The doges of Venice were only too eager to show off their power and wealth. They built splendid palaces and surrounded themselves with ceremony. (...)
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Netherlands Concerto Soave / Jean-Marc Aymes: ‘Monteverdi and Strozzi’
The velvety vocal sound of the Argentinian soprano María Cristina Kiehr seems made for the repertoire of the early seventeenth century. (...)
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Netherlands Cappella Mariana / Vojtech Semerád: ‘Claudio Merulo: Susanne un jour’
Cappella Mariana is our guest again this year, and for the best reason imaginable: during recent festival editions this Czech ensemble has (...)
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Netherlands Cappella Mediterranea: ‘Cavalli: Teatro dei Sensi’
The opening of the Teatro San Cassiano in 1637 is a key moment in the history of opera. The genre undergoes a transformation: from being a (...)
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Netherlands Les haulz et les bas: ‘Zorzi Trombetta and the Doge’s wind band’
Zorzi Trombetta began his career as a trumpeter on a Venetian galleon and went on to form I Piffari del Doge – the Doge’s official wind ensemble – (...)
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Netherlands Alex Potter & co: ‘Cantatas by Legrenzi and Rovetta’
Two 17th-century maestri di cappella of St Mark’s Basilca play a major role in this concert: Giovanni Legrenzi and Giovanni Rovetta. Their music (...)
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Netherlands Cinquecento: ‘Willaert: Eccelentissimo Adriano’
Vocal ensemble Cinquecento paints a musical portrait of Adriaen Willaert with a performance of his masterly Missa Mente tota. After (...)
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Netherlands Micrologus / Patrizia Bovi: ‘Carnivalesque’
Many stock characters from the commedia dell’arte appear in 15th-century frottolas and villottas, including the soldier Scaramella, the lovers (...)
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Netherlands Graindelavoix / Björn Schmelzer: ‘A Cypriot vesper’
Before Cyprus was ceded to Venice in the 15th century, it was ruled by kings from the French dynastic family Lusignan. As part of their retinue (...)
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Netherlands Stefan Temmingh & La Folia Baroque Orchestra: ‘Vivaldi’s virtuosic recorder concertos’
Vivaldi composed a number of very virtuosic concertos for recorder, for both the alto and the sopranino (‘flautino’). The young South African (...)
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Netherlands Les Flamboyants / Michael Form: ‘Petrucci’s Harmonice Musices Odhecaton’
The year 1501 marks a revolution in the history of music: in Venice Ottaviano Petrucci published his Odhecaton, the first printed music (...)
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Netherlands Cantica Symphonia / Giuseppe Maletto: ‘The Sacrae Cantiones by Andrea Gabrieli’
Andrea Gabrieli, an uncle of the great Giovanni Gabrieli, published his volume titled Sacrae Cantiones in 1565, at about the same time that he (...)
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Netherlands Auser Musici / Carlo Ipata: ‘Francesco Gasparini: from Il Bajazet’
Auser Musici pays homage to Francesco Gasparini. Not only was he musical director of the Ospedale della Pietà and the person who appointed (...)
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Netherlands Ensemble Lucidarium: ‘Music for the Merchant of Venice’
This year is the 500th anniversary of the establishment of the ghetto in Venice, and 400 years ago saw the death of William Shakespeare, in whose (...)
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Netherlands Nederlands Kamerkoor / Richard Egarr: ‘Hebrew psalms by Marcello’
In the Hebrew tradition no difference exists between speaking and singing, as illustrated by the fact that the texts of the Talmud are also sung. (...)
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Netherlands Les Musiciens du Louvre / Francesco Corti: ‘Galuppi’s motets’
The Baroque orchestra Les Musiciens du Louvre has since the 80s been famed for its large-scale opera productions under the direction of its (...)
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Netherlands Cappella Romana / Alexander Lingas: ‘At the crossroads between East and West’
Because of its strategic location Cyprus has since time immemorial been an important crossroads for trade and culture. In 1489 the island was (...)
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Netherlands Cantar Lontano / Marco Mencoboni: ‘Monteverdi: Tancredi e Clorinda’
A Venetian Festival would not be complete without this high point of Claudio Monteverdi’s oeuvre: his Combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda from (...)
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Netherlands Ensemble Gilles Binchois / Dominique Vellard: ‘Plainsong from St Mark’s Basilica’
The Berlin State Library possesses a manuscript of plainsong which 25 years ago was discovered to have belonged to St Mark’s in Venice. The (...)
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Netherlands Les Basses Réunies / Bruno Cocset: ‘Vivaldi’s cello sonatas and concerti’
Bruno Cocset, one of the finest Baroque cellists of our day, plays Vivaldi. He has chosen not for the sonatas published in Paris in 1740, but for (...)
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Netherlands Cappella Pratensis / Stratton Bull: ‘Willaert’s Flemish roots’
As kapellmeister of St Mark’s, Adriaan Willaert was the founder of the ‘Venetian School’, to which the Gabrielis and Monteverdi are also deemed to (...)
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Netherlands Cappella Romana / Alexander Lingas: ‘A Venetian in Russia’
The influence of the West on the music of the Russian Orthodox church reached a high point during the reign of Empress Catherine the Great, who (...)
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Netherlands Scorpio Collectief / Simen Van Mechelen: ‘Baroque brass music’
A cheerful Cantate Domino by Francesco Cavalli, three dramatic miniatures by Alessandro Grandi and work of Dario Castello, who directed the wind (...)
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Netherlands Huelgas Ensemble / Paul Van Nevel: ‘Willaert and De Rore’
After 35 years as Kapellmeister of St Mark’s Basilica, Adriaen Willaert was succeeded by Cipriano de Rore. In memory of his deceased colleague, De (...)
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Netherlands Le Banquet Céleste / Damien Guillon: ‘Solo motets by Vivaldi’
For this programme the French countertenor Damien Guillon has chosen Vivaldi’s finest solo motets. The most famous is undoubtedly his Stabat (...)
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Netherlands Marco Mencoboni: ‘Claudio Merulo on the harpsichord’
Harpsichordist and conductor Marco Mencoboni is without doubt one of the most creative minds on the early music scene of today. It’s not for (...)
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Netherlands David Van Bouwel: ‘Double choir canzonas by Gabrieli’
Andrea Gabrieli and his nephew Giovanni, world famous as organists at St Mark’s Basilica, may rightly be deemed the first keyboard masters in (...)
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Netherlands Rinaldo Alessandrini: ‘The Gabrielis at the keyboard’
Few harpsichordists manage to elicit so much colour and energy from their instrument as Rinaldo Alessandrini does. Today he will exhibit these (...)
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Netherlands Francesco Corti: ‘Galuppi at the harpsichord’
Baldassare Galuppi was famous as a keyboard virtuoso. His contemporaries were stupefied by his fiery playing. His musical legacy no longer (...)
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Netherlands Carole Cerasi: ‘Between republic and absolute monarchy: Storace and D’Anglebert’
From boundless subtlety to terrific virtuosity: harpsichordist Carole Cerasi coaxes from her instrument every possible gradation between light (...)
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Netherlands Javier Núñez: ‘Giovanni Picchi’
There is only one book of keyboard music by Giovanni Picchi that has been preserved: Intavolatura di balli d’arpicordi. The volume was published (...)
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Netherlands Luca Guglielmi: ‘Cristofori’s fortepiano’
Is it something in the air, or in the water? For whatever reason, the area around Venice has proved a fertile source of inspiration for (...)
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Netherlands Reitze Smits: ‘Bach and Vivaldi on the organ’
The unmistakable influence of Vivaldi on Bach may well have come about thanks to Utrecht! Bach’s patron in Weimar, Prince Johann Ernst, studied at (...)
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Netherlands Olga Pashchenko: ‘Bach and Vivaldi’
Johann Sebastian Bach was certainly not impervious to the musical fashions of his day. The virtuosic and colourful Italian style spread (...)
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Netherlands Summer School: Wouter Wagemakers - ‘The architecture of Venice’
Why does St Mark’s Basilica strike us as so Byzantine? And why are there so many impressive palaces along Venice’s Grand Canal? Wouter Wagemakers (...)
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Netherlands Summer School: Olivier Lexa (I) - ‘Francesco Cavalli: Life and Work’
In 2014 Olivier Lexa, director of the Venetian Centre for Baroque Music, devoted a biography to Francesco Cavalli: for the first time ever (...)
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Netherlands Summer School: Olivier Lexa (II) - ‘The Demise of Venice?’
The pomp and splendour of Venice is under threat. The city is subsiding, the water is rising, and the hordes of tourists grow ever larger by the (...)
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Netherlands Summer School: Rosi Braidotti - ‘Silk, Sex and Masks’
In the trade-orientated Republic of Venice, women – including courtesans – played a crucial role, above all during Carnival festivities, when their (...)
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Netherlands Summer School: Fred Jacobs - ‘Huygens in Venice’
In 1620 Constantijn Huygens visited Venice as part of a group of diplomats. He kept a detailed diary of his entire journey. Huygens was present (...)
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Netherlands Summer School: Maartje van Gelder - ‘500 years Ghetto in Venice’
This year it is exactly five centuries ago that all Jews in Venice were forced to go and live together in one district. The word coined for this (...)
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Netherlands Summer School: Alexander Lingas - ‘Venice and the East’
From the end of the Middle Ages the Venetian Republic grew rapidly to become a seafaring trading nation with unprecedented power. The Venetians (...)
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Netherlands Summer School: Francesco Fanna - ‘Discovering Vivaldi’
We can hardly imagine it now, but Vivaldi’s music was forgotten for almost 200 years following his death in 1741. It is largely thanks to the (...)
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Netherlands Summer School: Micky White - ‘Myths around Vivaldi’s La Pietà’
What we know about Vivaldi’s Venetian life is for a large part thanks to Micky White, archivist at the Ospedale della Pietà, where Vivaldi worked (...)
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Netherlands International Van Wassenaer Competition
Springboard for young talent Since its first edition in 1986, the International Van Wassenaer Competition has been giving a boost to early music (...)
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Netherlands Eventalk: Prof. Harald Hendrix
Following the success of the daily Eventalks in 2015, we are proud to present a second edition during this festival, once again in close (...)
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Netherlands Eventalk: Rick Dolphijn
Following the success of the daily Eventalks in 2015, we are proud to present a second edition during this festival, once again in close (...)
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Netherlands Eventalk: Prof. Kiene Brillenburg Wurth
Following the success of the daily Eventalks in 2015, we are proud to present a second edition during this festival, once again in close (...)
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Netherlands Eventalk: Prof. Rosi Braidotti
Following the success of the daily Eventalks in 2015, we are proud to present a second edition during this festival, once again in close (...)
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Netherlands Eventalk: Prof. Rosemarie Buikema
Following the success of the daily Eventalks in 2015, we are proud to present a second edition during this festival, once again in close (...)
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Netherlands Eventalk: Prof. Leonard Rutgers
Following the success of the daily Eventalks in 2015, we are proud to present a second edition during this festival, once again in close (...)
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Netherlands Eventalk: Prof. Sandra Ponzanesi
Following the success of the daily Eventalks in 2015, we are proud to present a second edition during this festival, once again in close (...)
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Netherlands Eventalk: Prof. Paul Schnabel
Following the success of the daily Eventalks in 2015, we are proud to present a second edition during this festival, once again in close (...)
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Netherlands Eventalk
Following the success of the daily Eventalks in 2015, we are proud to present a second edition during this festival, once again in close (...)
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Netherlands Malgosia Fiebig: ‘Galuppi, Merula, Castello and Vivaldi on carillon’
The sonata form came into being in the early years of the seventeenth century, as a new step in the coming of age of instrumental music. (...)
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Netherlands Frans Haagen: ‘Gabrieli, Vivaldi, Galuppi and Paradies on carillon’
Frans Haagen, city carillonneur of Kampen and Zutphen, plays a varied Venetian programme. This includes works from the Early Baroque by Giovanni (...)
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Netherlands Bob van der Linde: ‘Carillon fringe: Bach and Vivaldi’
The young carillonneur Bob van der Linde studies organ and church music with Reitze Smits and Mark Lippe in Utrecht, and carillon with Frans (...)
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Netherlands Koen Cosaert: ‘Willaert and Galuppi on carillon’
Koen Cosaert is the director of the Royal Carillon School ‘Jef Denyn’ in Mechelen. Since 1987 he has taught carillon, campanology and harmony at (...)
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Netherlands Malgosia Fiebig: ‘From the Marcello brothers to Bach’
Alessandro and his brother Benedetto Marcello were dilettantes in the original sense of the word: coming from a noble family, they didn’t need to (...)
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Netherlands Wim Ruitenbeek: ‘Albinoni and Gasparini on carillon’
Wim Ruitenbeek, city carillonneur of Tiel and Velsen and regular player of the glass carillon in De Zingende Toren (Singing Tower) of Leidsche (...)
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Netherlands Jakob De Vreese: ‘Carillon fringe: Carnevale di Venezia’
Jakob De Vreese already has various international carillon competitions to his name, including the one in Saint-Amand-Les-Eaux. Today, in the (...)
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Netherlands Malgosia Fiebig: ‘Vivaldi’s Four Seasons on carillon’
Vivaldi’s best known and best loved compositions are without doubt the first four concertos from Il cimento dell’armonia e dell’inventione, better (...)
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Netherlands Malgosia Fiebig: ‘Vivaldi, Legrenzi and Bach on carillon’
During this final concert of the Utrecht Early Music Carillon Festival 2016, city carillonneur Malgosia Fiebig plays trio sonatas by Legrenzi, (...)
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<span lang='fr'>France</span> ALBANOVA 2016 BETWEEN LIFE AND DEATH
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Music on the border of life and death. From Orpheus and Eurydice to Schubert’s swansong to American traditionals in contemporary arrangements. (...)
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Belgium AlbaNova - Midsummer festival for creation and musical heritage Sunday 26 June 2016 - Landcommanderij Alden Biesen, Bilzen (BE)
AlbaNova - Midsummer festival for creation and musical heritage Sunday 26 June 2016 - Landcommanderij Alden Biesen, Bilzen (BE) Music as (...)
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United Kingdom York Early Music Festival 2016
Friday 8 – Saturday 16 July Widely regarded as the jewel in the crown of city’s many festivals, York Early Music Festival welcomes visitors and (...)
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United Kingdom Handel’s London Musical Scene
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Lars Ulrik Mortensen director & harpsichord; Bojan Čičić concertmaster; Jan Van Hoecke recorder; European Union Baroque Orchestra JE GALLIARD (...)
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Belgium SoundMine 2016
SoundMine is an international composition course with intensive coaching by top-level coaches who are composers themselves. Young people and (...)
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United Kingdom Handel’s London Musical Scene
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Lars Ulrik Mortensen director & harpsichord; Bojan Čičić concertmaster; Jan Van Hoecke recorder; European Union Baroque Orchestra JE GALLIARD (...)
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United Kingdom Handel’s London Musical Scene
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Lars Ulrik Mortensen director & harpsichord; Bojan Čičić concertmaster; Jan Van Hoecke recorder; European Union Baroque Orchestra JE GALLIARD (...)
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United Kingdom Handel’s London Musical Scene
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Lars Ulrik Mortensen director & harpsichord; Bojan Čičić concertmaster; Jan Van Hoecke recorder; European Union Baroque Orchestra JE GALLIARD (...)
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United Kingdom Handel’s London Musical Scene
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Lars Ulrik Mortensen director & harpsichord; Bojan Čičić concertmaster; Jan Van Hoecke recorder; European Union Baroque Orchestra JE GALLIARD (...)
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United Kingdom Handel’s London Musical Scene
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Lars Ulrik Mortensen director & harpsichord; Bojan Čičić concertmaster; Jan Van Hoecke recorder; European Union Baroque Orchestra JE GALLIARD (...)
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Belgium MAfestival 2016 "In Praise of Folly"
05-14/08/2016 MAfestival 2016 is (...)
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Belgium IYAP - International Young Artist’s Presentation
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IYAP 16-21 August 2016 - Antwerp (BE) The International Young Artist’s Presentation (IYAP) gives young vocal and instrumental artists playing (...)
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Belgium International Young Artist’s Presentation 2016
The International Young Artist’s Presentation (IYAP) is a coaching and presentation format for young talented musicians or ensembles playing (...)
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United Kingdom Handel’s London Musical Scene
Agenda
Lars Ulrik Mortensen director & harpsichord; Bojan Čičić concertmaster; Jan Van Hoecke recorder; European Union Baroque Orchestra JE GALLIARD (...)
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Belgium Cappella Pratensis Summerschool 2016
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22-28 August 2016 - Antwerp (BE) Advanced amateurs and young professional musicians receive a week of coaching from international experts (...)
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Belgium CALL CAPPELLA PRATENSIS SUMMERSCHOOL 2016
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During the Laus Polyphoniae festival, we will again organize a Summerschool led by several members of Cappella Pratensis. The theme of the (...)
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<span lang='fr'>France</span> Chœur à chœur (POULENC, MARTIN…)
Ensemble Aedes ¦ Chœur de la Radio Lettone ¦ Mathieu Romano direction ¦ Sigvards Klava direction Deux chœurs exceptionnels au service des (...)
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Netherlands Gli Angeli Genève / Stephan MacLeod: ‘Festive opening concert: San Marco Vespers’
Gli Angeli Genève opens its residency with Johann Rosenmüller’s large-scale festive Vespers for choir and orchestra, as they might have sounded in (...)
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Netherlands Summer School: Wouter Wagemakers - ‘The architecture of Venice’
Why does St Mark’s Basilica strike us as so Byzantine? And why are there so many impressive palaces along Venice’s Grand Canal? Wouter Wagemakers (...)
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