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BASTARD BAROCK wins EAR-ly 2014 competition!
Announcement of the winner of a Nordic competition for young ensembles! On Thursday the young Swedish ensemble (...)
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The REMA Early Music Award is a new European prize, created by REMA in order to highlight the expression of Early (...)
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Kati Debretzeni joins the York Early Music Festival (...)
Kati Debretzeni, one of Europe’s finest Baroque violinists, will join the team of Artistic Advisors to the York (...)
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Journée Européenne de Musique Ancienne
Participate in the celebrations of the European Day of Early Music on 21 March 2014! Programme of the events Some (...)
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Nouveaux membres
We’re delighted to inform you that REMA has four new members (and two new countries!): Festival Embar(o)quement (...)
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Rameau Year
In 2014 we celebrate the 250th anniversary of the passing of French composer Jean-Philippe Rameau. The Centre de (...)
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Ambronay is currently re-drawing its Academy
Ambronay is currently re-drawing its Academy, in order to match with an even more creative Europe. Support to (...)
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Patronage UNESCO
We are delighted to inform about the decision of the UNESCO to be a patron of the European Day of Early Music on 21 (...)
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The 34th edition of the Ambronay Festival takes place at the moment. The festival was created in 1980 by Alain (...)
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International Young Artist’s Presentation
The International Young Artist’s Presentation (IYAP) is an ideal platform for young, talented ensembles. IYAP (...)
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Rameau Year 2014
In 2014, the 250th Anniversary of the death of composer Jean-Philippe Rameau will be celebrated. On that occasion, (...)
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Stravaganza - new album
Ensemble Stravaganza, which performed at the REMA showcase organised in March 2013 in Marseille, recorded a new (...)
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Welcome to 2 new members!
REMA is delighted to welcome two new members within its network: the festival Mare Musicum in Spain the (...)
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Call for Residency for Ambronay’s Young Artists (...)
Deadline for applications is October 10th 2013. Auditions will take place between the 5th and the 13th of December (...)
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REMA Meeting in Utrecht
From 30 August to 1 September, REMA members meet in Utrect, during the festival. For more information, click (...)
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Unique country
<span lang='fr'>France</span> REMA Meeting in Potsdam/Berlin
The next REMA members’ meeting will take place from 12 to 14 September in Potsdam, Germany, by invitation of the Musikfestspiele Potsdam (...)
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Netherlands Opening concert: Fux and his Bohemian Followers Tůma & Zelenka
Large-scale and festive: this is how we begin this Habsburg Early Music Festival. By the Viennese court composer Fux, much admired by Bach, we (...)
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Date: Saturday 30 August 2014 Location: Elzenveld Antwerp, Belgium Italian organist and harpsichordist Lorenzo Ghielmi will give a master class (...)
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Netherlands Tiburtina : The Mourning Queen
The eight female voices of Tiburtina ensemble from Prague sing, with harp accompaniment, religious and lyric poetry from the court of the (...)
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Netherlands Vivante : Anne Marie Dragosits
The Italian Giovanni Felice Sances arrived in 1636 in Vienna, where he worked till his death in 1679 as a singer and chapel master. Sances grew (...)
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Netherlands Barocktrompeten Ensemble Berlin: Cum tubis in Pleno
In the German empire, strict regulations applied to the playing of wind instruments in combination with other instruments, but within the direct (...)
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Netherlands Per-Sonat: The Habsburg Mayor of Augsburg
Emperor Maximilian I, who married Mary of Burgundy, was called “the mayor” in Augsburg because he spent so much time in this city. As a warlike (...)
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Netherlands Huelgas Ensemble: Jacobus Gallus: the Slovenian Lassus
Jacob Gallus was a member of the Viennese court chapel and worked around 1586 as cantor in Prague. Despite his short lifespan, he was very famous (...)
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Netherlands Ensemble Leones : Friend and Eenemy of the Hapsburgs
The specialist ensemble Leones employs (sometimes coarse) songs of love, fate and war to create a unique portrait of the Minnesinger, bon vivant (...)
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Netherlands Alex Potter : La Fontaine
Viennese Baroque music for voices and virtuosic trombones: this is an intriguing combination that provides instant insight into the high (...)
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Netherlands Contrapunctus: De Monte, Lassus, Padovano
The British ensemble Contrapunctus guarantees the highest level of performance with their clear, flexible voices. The weddings of the Habsburg (...)
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Netherlands Collegium Marianum: Easter Cantatas by Zelenka
The Collegium Marianum from Prague focuses on music from the 17th and 18th centuries, particularly by Central European composers. Their efforts (...)
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Netherlands Ars Antiqua Austria: Aufschnaiter: Memnon sacer ab oriente / Biber: Missa Alleluia
Who has ever heard of Benedikt Anton Aufschnaiter? For artist in residence Gunar Letzbor, Aufschnaiter’s music, with its distinctly Austrian élan, (...)
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Spain 45th Estella Early Music Week
The Estella Early Music Week has been offering the public outstanding examples of European Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque music for forty-five (...)
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Netherlands Schola Gregoriana Pragensis : Maiestas Dei: Medieval Czech Polyphony
The Schola Gregoriana Pragensis is one of the leading ensembles for the performance of Gregorian and medieval religious music from Central (...)
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Netherlands Cinquecento: Jean Guyot de Chatelet & Philippe Schoendorff
Supple, evenly produced voices, perfect intonation and diction, and musical intelligence: ensemble Cinquecento is at the forefront of the (...)
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Netherlands Ars Antiqua Austria: Musica Austriaca
For those who want to discover Austrian music of the 17th century, this is definitely the most beautiful concert of the festival. Artist in (...)
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Netherlands Collegium 1704: Caldara: San Giovanni Nepomuceno
After wanderings in Mantua, Barcelona and Rome, the Venetian composer Antonio Caldara was named Kapellmeister of the imperial court in Vienna in (...)
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Netherlands Capella de la Torre : Music for Emperor Ferdinand I
Capella de la Torre is unmatched in repertoire for Renaissance reed instruments like the shawm and dulcian. The central figure of this programme (...)
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Netherlands Capriccio Stravagante/Skip Sempé/Profeti della Quinta : Music in the Kunstkammer
Surrounded by projections of the exotic treasures which the Habsburgs collected for their spectacular Kunstkammer, Skip Sempé presents music for (...)
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