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REMA – European Early Music Network celebrates 15th anniversary

Fifteen years ago today, on 1 September 2000, REMA was founded in Ambronay (France). It is now Europe’s leading early music network, with 69 member organisations from 19 European countries. REMA’s main objective is to uphold and promote the European idea through the medium of music. With its head office in Versailles, the network is supported by the European Commission’s Creative Europe Programme and the French Ministry of Culture.

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Thomas Quasthoff makes his debut as a conductor at the Verbier Festival

Thomas Quasthoff makes his international conducting debut at the Verbier Festival on 24 July 2015, in Bach’s “St Matthew Passion”, streamed live worldwide.

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REMA Early Music Awards go to the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis and The Hilliard Ensemble – Antwerp, 22 August.

REMA, the European Early Music Network, boasts a membership of around 60 Early Music organisations from 21 countries. In this inaugural year, the REMA Early Music Award will be given to the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, while a special REMA Early Music Artist Award will be presented to The Hilliard Ensemble.

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Franco Fagioli dans « Orfeo ed Euridice » de C. W. Gluck : Enregistrement CD et tournée

Célèbre pour sa technique vocale spectaculaire, sa grande tessiture et l’assertivité de sa voix, Franco Fagioli est actuellement le contre-ténor le plus virtuose du monde. En avril, le chanteur argentin exceptionnel sera de retour à plusieurs reprises dans le rôle d’Orfeo dans « Orfeo ed Euridice » de Christoph Willibald Gluck (1714-1787) : le 7 avril à Poissy, le 8 avril dans la nouvelle Philharmonie de Paris et le 18 avril à Aix-en-Provence.

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The 63rd Bergen International Festival Brings Tradition and Innovation

With his third festival programme the Bergen festival director continues to expand, explore and challenge the classical festival genre in Norway's most charming city.
"The festival programme features big names within classical music, new theatre performances with an edge, and not least – delightful experiences for young and old," says CEO and artistic director Anders Beyer as he presents the 63rd Bergen International Festival.

 

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Greek conductor George Petrou – Swedish debut at Royal Opera Stockholm with Handel’s „Xerxes“: 6. February 2015

Greek conductor George Petrou will be making his Swedish debut at the Royal Opera in Stockholm: On 6. February 2015 he will be conducting the revival of “Xerxes” by Georg Friedrich Handel. Further performances: 11., 14., 17., 24., 27. February and 3. March.

 

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