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Thursday 26 November 2020

  • rema image
    20 November to 8 December 2020

    Event location: Úbeda and Baeza, Jaén, Spain
    If the recent and dramatic emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic has taught anything, it is the new dimension acquired by typically human values, such as responsibility and solidarity. The FeMAUB 2020 aims to put people at the centre. Nor is it overlooked that the most characteristic element from the creation of the festival has been the recovery and dissemination of Hispanic musical heritage in exceptional artistic settings such as those provided by the cities of Úbeda and Baeza.
    https://festivalubedaybaeza.com/

  • beeth buste mondkapje 5
    November - December 2020
    ONLINE

    The annual Geelvinck Early Piano Festival is aimed at performing both classical and contemporary works on historical pianos and other early keyboards. For its 10th edition, Geelvinck Festival' Early Piano' will present Beethoven in his 250th year. The festival, which prides itself in reconnecting the musical sounds of the past with the present, will contextualise Beethoven's work against his society and that of today in a series of online concerts, talks and a symposium. It will include two exciting projects on the Bashkir's Ship Bridge and Beethoven=Black. The world is welcome! Tickets purchasable on the festival's website.

    https://geelvinckfestival.nl/en/

  • Dido and Aeneas
    14 to 29 November 2020
    Dido and Aeneas, an Opera for distanced lovers.
    Online
     

    After seven years of the splendid production dedicated to the medieval Carmina Burana that brought Boston Camerata to Treviso, almamusica433 is pleased to present The Boston Camerata for “Dido & Aeneas, an Opera for distanced lovers ". The innovative streaming production, directed by Anne Azéma, features young and acclaimed interpreters of the Early Music scene in America. Directed by Anne Azéma with multimedia elements created by designer Peter Torpey, this production combines a cast of world-class recorded musicians into a live performance enriched by participation of remote singers and silent images. The show will be available to stream November 14-29, 2020.

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European Day of Early Music - 7th Edition

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