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Wednesday 26 August 2020

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    14 to 29 August 2020
    Festival de Sablé
    Sablé-sur-Sarthe, France

    Three concerts, a dance recital and an interactive tour of a Baroque caravan will punctuate the month of August in Sablé-sur-Sarthe. Despite the cancellation of the Festival de Sablé, the team of Entracte association has been mobilized to offer an entirely free programme of Baroque music. The objective is to regain contact with the audience in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, outdoors in the Cour Gambetta, with a few concerts initially scheduled at the Festival.

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  • laus

    21 to 30 August 2020

    online / Antwerp, Belgium

    Polyphony Connects is the festival and virtual platform of AMUZ that brings together music from different centuries in the form of both archival recordings and live events.

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  • Collegium Musicum Classence

    23 July to 3 September

    Festival I Luoghi dello Spirito e del Tempo [IT]

     

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  • Collegium

    23 July to 9 September 2020

    Prague, Czech Republic

    Summer Festivities of Early Music
    The last two concerts of this year's Early Music Summer Festival feature Polish and German performers. The concert named Gallant Conversations will be performed by Polish virtuosos Anna Firlus (harpsichord) and Krzysztof Firlus (viola da gamba) who will bring the music of Johann Sebastian Bach together with the music of Christian Podbielski, Maciej Kamieński and Carl Friedrich Abel. The excellent German ensemble NeoBarock will close the festival with the concert entitled Pallas nordica which will offer up well-known masters including Alessandro Scarlatti, Johann Heinrich Schmelzer and Arcangelo Corelli.

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European Day of Early Music - 7th Edition

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