21 NOVEMBERONLINE EVENT
For the second day of the Summit, attendees take a look at today’s practices in the Early Music sector, build a community by reflecting on common themes, and share experience with other professionals.
In the morning, they can choose one of the 4 courses to catch up on their field’s ongoing trends and present their projects to their peers of Musicology, Instrument making, Teaching or Concerts Programming. The afternoon is dedicated to common sessions and small group activities.
EXCLUSIVE CONTENTS (available all day)
Louis XIV’s dance warm-up
▶︎ Audience development project pitches
▶︎ Bach on Piano – Do you have a permit?
▶︎ Instrument makers forum
▶︎ Keynote speeches
▶︎ BATTLE – Instrument making, Copying the masters today
▶︎ MASTERCLASS – Programming Early Music
Early Music in the Web age
1 on 1 speed chats between peers
LEARNING COURSE for teachers– in partnership with AEC
What role does Early Music have within the University/Conservatoire sector? What guidelines should influence relevant artistic training for our students in Early Music?
The Future of Early Music Departments
What is Early Music’s relationship with elitism and excellence and what do we hope to achieve for future generations of students?
INSTRUMENT MAKING COURSE for makers and editors
Instrument making: a glimpse into today’s practices
Speedmeetings with instrument makers
Open to outside participants.
CONCERT COURSE for ensembles, performers and promoters
Release of the playlist 50 Years of Early Music
Bach on piano: do you have a permit?
Open to all participants
Audience Development – presentation and experience sharing
SHOWCASE WATCH PARTY
Lux Musicae – Pocket Sinfonia
Share your best (or your worst?) failed concerts stories
A Nocte Temporis
Live stream concert
The perks of programming Early Music: how to talk to concerts promoters
Why feature Early Music?
Artists meet promoters