This a draft programme, subject to modification.
CONCERTGEBOUW - BRUGES
Start the day with an historically informed gym session!
Hendrick Vanden Abeele, ensemble Psallentes
PANEL - Influences of research on the market
At the core of any historically informed performance, research brings new repertoires to the lights of the stage, and broadens our perspective on performance practice, composers’ lives and the circumstances of artistic creation in the past. On the other end of the spectrum, market economy shapes our lives and influences what we can, or cannot perform, impacting the artistic diversity and the risk-taking of creators…or does it work the other way round?
Xavier Vandamme, Utrecht Early Music Festival
DUO - Recording: current trends, data and future
A discussion on the current state of music recording and the leads for the future: fair streaming in the early music niche, album formats, business models and artistic opportunities…
Meal included in the summit entry fee.
Artists and ensembles make individual appointments with a promoter in their temporary office! These time slots will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis: register early to secure your meetings!
PANEL - DIVERSITY IN THE EARLY MUSIC FIELD
A follow-up of the situation of inclusion in the Early Music sector, with experience from various actors including REMA
Karin Cuellar Rendon, McGill University
Judith Haug, Universitetet i Oslo, Institutt for musikkvitenskap
PARALLEL COURSE - in partnership with EarlyMuse
We’re All in This Together: Dialogues between performers, researchers, and performer-researchers
EarlyMuse is a COST project that intends to chart new paths that will strengthen the unique place of early music in Europe, both in our intellectual and cultural practices and in its global appeal.
Philippe Vendrix, Ricercar
Rebekah Arendt, Utrecht University
Pedro Sousa Silva, ESMAE & CESEM
PARALLEL COURSE - in partnership with AEC
Arnaud Giral, luthier
Aimed both at concert organizers and ensembles, this talk and workshop are an opportunity to get to know the others’ priorities and tips for better cooperation in the future.
Frauke Bernds, Cologne Philharmonie
Libby Percival, Percius Management Ltd
concert - b'rock orchestra
Soprano Jeanine De Bique – the perfect partner in pleasure for the adventurous B’Rock – enchants us with a programme full of metamorphoses, penned by the three Baroque heroes: Lully, Purcell and Handel. Excerpts from the operas Dido and Aeneas, Alcina, The Fairy Queen, Amadis and others recount tales of (un)happy loves and their divine consequences, for better or for worse. B’Rock Orchestra and their Vocal Consort bring us musical storytelling at its best.
Tickets can be purchased at registration.