European Union Baroque Orchestra

European Union Baroque Orchestra - Italy

European Union Baroque Orchestra
The European Union Baroque Orchestra (EUBO) propels Europe’s next wave of Baroque musicians forward. It is a major training initiative allowing young talents to gain orchestral experience as part of the transition towards their full professional maturity. 

EUBO is Cultural Ambassador for the European Union and was established in 1985 to celebrate the 300th anniversary of three great Baroque composers: Bach, Scarlatti and Handel. To date, more than 600 musicians have played over 900 concerts in 54 countries worldwide with EUBO. The training scheme includes further education, performing opportunities on international concert tours and in recording projects. 

The orchestra operates an artistic model of meeting several times a year for residencies guided by leading baroque specialists such as Alfredo Bernardini, Amandine Beyer, Francesco Corti, Lars Ulrik Mortensen, Enrico Onofri, Rachel Podger, Gottfried von der Goltz. 

EUBO has performed at many of Europe’s main concert halls and at specialist early music festivals in most European countries. Outside Europe, EUBO performed in Japan, the USA, South Africa, and has played in Ramallah, the Gaza Strip, Botswana and Soweto. 

Since November 2022 and after a period of inactivity following Brexit, EUBO has moved its home to Italy and is currently managed and financially supported by Fondazione ICONS, in continuity with the established orchestra's educational and artistic scope. 

EUBO is a founding member of the Early Music Network (REMA). 

European Union Baroque Orchestra
Via Volturno 15 , I-26900 Lodi, Italy / +39 0371 091065 /

EUBO: Father and Son

From 02 August 2024 to 03 August 2024/ Italy

EUBO: Father and Son

  The European Union Baroque Orchestra embarks on its second summer…

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