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8/07/2014
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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22/05/2014
REMA EARLY MUSIC AWARD
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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30/04/2014
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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20/03/2014
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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12/03/2014
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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17/02/2014
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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28/01/2014
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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28/10/2013
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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27/10/2013
Ambronay
The 34th edition of the Ambronay Festival takes place at the moment. The festival was created in 1980 by Alain (...)
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9/10/2013
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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26/09/2013
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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16/09/2013
Stravaganza - new album
Ensemble Stravaganza, which performed at the REMA showcase organised in March 2013 in Marseille, recorded a new (...)
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4/09/2013
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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3/09/2013
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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27/08/2013
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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<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 Armonico Tributo Austria & Kudsdi Erguner: Turcaria 1683
Located on the borders of Europe, Vienna was vulnerable to attack from the vast Ottoman Empire. In 1683, the Turkish army stood again at the (...)
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Netherlands Servir Antico, Catalina Vicens : A Dynasty of Founders
In late 14th century sources, the young Medieval specialist Catalina Vicens discovered sacred music from Austria and Switzerland (where the (...)
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Netherlands The Laboratory : Benda’s Medea
A team of musicians and researchers collaborate on a theatrical mini-production, with the accent on experimentation. Benda’s melodrama Medea (...)
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Netherlands Gallicantus: The Secret Link between De Monte and Byrd
According to an 18th-century manuscript, De Monte came to England in 1554 to accompany his employer Philip II, and met William Byrd there. Did (...)
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Netherlands The Rare Fruits Council: Biber: Sonatae, tam Aris quam Aulis servientes
In his cycle of 12 sonatas which can ”serve both the altar and the table” and are suitable for both sacred and secular use, Biber requires trumpets (...)
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Netherlands Concerto Palatino: Bertali: Missa Redemptoris
Antonio Bertali was known both for his operas and his monumental, festive religious works. His 22-voice Missa Redemptoris and the motet Vidi (...)
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Netherlands Concerto Palatino/Bruce Dickey : Bertali: Missa Redemptoris
Antonio Bertali was known both for his operas and his monumental, festive religious works. His 22-voice Missa Redemptoris and the motet Vidi (...)
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Netherlands Les Flamboyants/Michael Form : Isaac: Ein Frölich Wesen
In the Renaissance, composers enjoyed playing with the material from pre-existing compositions. There are numerous arrangements by Heinrich Isaac (...)
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Netherlands The Laboratory : Benda’s Medea
A team of musicians and researchers collaborate on a theatrical mini-production, with the accent on experimentation. Benda’s melodrama Medea (...)
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Netherlands Ensemble Clément Janequin: Chansons and Motets for Ferdinand I
In 1540, the publisher August Vindel issued a collection of motets and chansons for Emperor Ferdinand I. The collection contains some 100 works (...)
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Netherlands Juilliard415: The Habsburg Orchestra: Fischer, Muffat, Fux, Schmeltzer
Since its founding in 2009, Juilliard415, the principal early music ensemble of The Juilliard School for Music in New York, has been acclaimed (...)
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Netherlands The Tallis Scholars: De Monte & Isaac
After an absence of nine years, the Tallis Scholars can finally be heard in Utrecht again. Under the direction of conductor Peter Phillips, the (...)
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Netherlands Psallentes/Hendrik Vanden Abeele : St. Walburgis
In the 8th century, Walburgis, a king’s daughter, entered the convent at an early age. She evangelized large portions of what was to become the (...)
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Netherlands bla
A team of musicians and researchers collaborate on a theatrical mini-production, with the accent on experimentation. Benda’s melodrama Medea (...)
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Netherlands Le concert brisé: Festive music at the Kromeriz court
The brilliant natural trumpeter Jean-François Madeuf and the cornettist William Dongois choose arresting and colourful music by Schmelzer, Bertali (...)
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Netherlands Stile Antico: Josquin, Isaac, De la Rue
The British vocalists of Stile Antico turn their attention to music for two great Habsburg princes: Maximilian II and his grandson Charles V. To (...)
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Netherlands L’Arpeggiata/Christina Pluhar - Bertali & Sances: Salmi Concertati
Give Christina Pluhar good music to work with, and sparks will fly. This entirely new concert programme has a personal side for her: she went to (...)
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Netherlands Les haulz et les bas : Gut zu Blasen
Alpine passes have been important routes for cultural exchange since time immemorial. It is with good reason that two important musical (...)
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Netherlands The Harmonious Society of Tickle-Fiddle Gentlemen: Vivaldi in Prague
This ensemble, whose name is just as piquant as its style of playing, investigates the relationship of Vivaldi with Prague. In 1730, Vivaldi (...)
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