Every two years, REMA puts under the spotlight the projects that reflect the vision and versatility of today’s Early Music actors.

A celebration of the whole Early Music sector In 2022, REMA offers a new version of its REMA awards, with around 15 categories of prizes given to projects that have contributed significantly to the Early Music Field sector and its development. A wide Jury of specialists from the sector and from the cultural sphere has been created to assess over 100 entries. THE REMA Awards goals are to - Reinforce the sector’s activities, internally and in relation to the rest of the world - Give more visibility to Early Music as research-oriented music and its stakeholders - Reward relevance over a subjective appreciation of artistic quality - Support projects that build a sustainable future for Early Music - Support excellence in performance and research - Reward innovative approaches on 1000 years of common heritage The 2022 laureates has heen revealed during a ceremony that took place in Dublin on 25 November, at the invitation of the Irish Baroque Orchestra.

2022 Laureates


Audience Project of the Year
L’Échappée, salle itinérante - Ensemble Masques
Education Project of the Year
Young Baroque in Suriname - Holland Baroque
Media Piece of the Year
Podcast - (in)sight-reading enlightenment
Music Clip of the Year
The Stag Hunt - I Fagiolini


Best Capacity Building Project
ECOS Labs - ECOS Festival Sierra Espuña
Best Support Programme for Young Artists
EEEMERGING+ - CCR d’Ambronay
New Technology Prize
Vocal Music Instrumentation Index
Transition Advocate of the Year
Le Carnaval des animaux en péril - La Rêveuse


Cross-border Project of the Year
Helicona Project
Extra-European Project of the Year
Instrumentarium Musical Alfonsí - Centro Internacional de la Música Medieval
Heritage Project of the Year
CD Apostola apostolorum - Cappella Pratensis
Ambassador of the Year
Théotime Langlois de Swarte


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