This a draft programme, subject to modification.
BOZAR - BRUSSELS / DE HALVE MAAN - BRUGES (evening)
Start the day with an historically informed gym session!
Sigrid T’Hooft, choreographer and opera stage-director
PANEL - What is the scope of Early Music?
Often tacitly eluded, the question of how we define Early Music impacts our practices. Since reaching a common acception seems idealistic, why not embrace the different meanings given to these words, and what they imply for their supporters and their activitites?
WORKSHOP - THE FUTURE OF ARTIST MANAGEMENT
The future of artist management: what is at stake for Early Music in a global market?
In partnership with IAMA.
Atholl Swainston-Harrison, IAMA
Artur Malke, Malke Music Management
Researchers, educators and ensembles pitch their project to researchers, educators and ensembles.
Apply upon registration – the participants will be selected later on.
This meal is included in the summit entry fee.
duo - HIC ET NUNC: MUSIC IN THE PRESENT CONTEXT
Looking at the recent trends in online concerts, mixing dance with Baroque music or the slow gentrification of the Early Music revolution since the 70s, this sessions asks why we still need concert halls in the XXIth century, what happens on the stage, and where the artistic freedom of performers stands, on the large scale of Historically informed practices.
Agnieszka Budzinska-Bennett, Ensemble Peregrina
Wouter van Looy, Zonzo Compagnie
Moderator: Kelly Landerkin, Schola Cantorum Basiliensis
Speed-meetings - Artists and researchers
A thematic speed-meeting session targeting artists and researchers, to exchange their practices on a series of topics and present their current work topics. Limited number of places – upon registration
Live from America! Join us for a presentation from the Early Music America network, providing an update on their latest activities.
David Mc Cormick, EMA
Karin Cuellar Rendon, historical violonist and researcher
GARE CENTRALE / CENTRAAL STATION
transfer to Bruges
On registration, ask for your ticket to Bruges.
DE HALVE MAAN
DINNER and showcase night
Over dinner, learn how to pair Flemish ales with music in a typical Bruges brewery: De Halve Maan. This meal is included in the summit entry fee. This evening will highlight the Ukrainian repertoire and early music scene.
Dmytro Kokoshynskyy, harpsichordist
and members of PARTES ensemble and Lyatoshinsky Capella
Master of Ceremony: Jorge Losana