REMA opens its network to all early music organisations!

REMA opens its network to all early music organisations!
REMA is pleased to announce the official opening of its network to all organisations working in the field of early music. This decision, taken at the REMA General Assembly in Pavia on 25 May 2023, marks an important step in the development of the organisation. By opening its doors to all structures, the network hopes to encourage in-depth and collaborative reflection to promote and develop early music in all its richness.

"This opening is the result of thorough preparation and a democratic vote at the General Assembly on May 25th. This expansion is a clear demonstration of our members’ strong commitment to collaborate closely with all stakeholders in the sector to shape the future of early music."
Veerle Declerck, President of REMA
Over the past two years, REMA has conducted an opening test phase, allowing around thirty organisations representing a wide range of structures in the field of early music, such as research institutes, labels, conservatoires and ensembles, to participate actively in our activities. These fruitful collaborations have ensured the best possible preparation for this official opening.

As part of this official opening, REMA will be launching a call for applications in August. This call will remain open for two months, allowing all interested organisations to submit their applications. Each year, REMA will select a limited number of organisations to ensure controlled growth and a smooth transition.

For more details on the official launch and application process, please visit the REMA website regularly. You will soon find more details on the application procedure, the selection criteria and the benefits offered to REMA members.

We look forward to welcoming new organisations to our network and working with them to promote early music in Europe and beyond!

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