The Early Music Summit, including the Early Music Fair, is now an online event. A single ticket will give you access to all the sessions, including the specific course for instrument makers, and the marketplace sessions.Potential customers can join the marketplace sessions for free.
What’s in it for you?
– Reaching potential instrument buyers
– Sharing work practices with peers
– Developing common tools for the future
INSTRUMENT MAKERS COURSE
Saturday 21 November
Keynote speeches | Bruce Kennedy / Catalina Vicens Instrument makers battle | Making instruments for performers Forum | Share your tips for selling instruments in times of COVID
PANEL | 10.00-11.00 | INSTRUMENT MAKING – a glimpse into today’s practices
Making instruments for artists : A balance between historic evidence and performers’ requests
SPEED-MEETINGS | 11.00-12.30
Instrument makers meet potential buyers during 10-minutes video chats.
PANEL | 11.00-12.30 | Keeping the past playable: the mechanics of historic semimobile keyboard instruments
In partnership with Geelvinck Muziek Museum Zutphen
Sunday 22 November
BREAKFAST SESSION | 10.00-11.00
What needs, in the future, for cooperation between instrument makers on the European scale ?
THROUGHOUT THE SUMMIT
– Makers are featured in an online repertory with their contact information, and a map where interested people can search for a specific instrument.
– Makers can make new connections by participating in the other Summit sessions, and stay up to date on the field’s trends and practices.
… AND AFTER
The makers repertory will stay online and available for all, as well as the map of workshops and contact information.
Now more than ever, REMA supports the instrument making industry, and we firmly believe that facing tomorrow’s issues as a group makes each member of the field stronger.