This a draft programme, subject to modification.
CONCERTGEBOUW - BRUGES
Start the day with an historically informed gym session!
Hendrik Vanden Abeele, ensemble Psallentes
PANEL - Influences of research on the market
Research, at the source of Early Music performances, has a huge influence over what is programmed or recorded, how it is performed, and is the first step to creating the aesthetic taste and demands of the audience. Let’s hear the success stories and tips of some major “influencers”!
Jean-Philippe Échard, Musée de la Musique
Barbara Nestola, Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles
Anna Danilevskaia, Ensemble Sollazzo
Stratton Bull, Cappella Pratensis
Moderator: Bart Demuyt, Alamire Foundation
DUO - Recording: current trends, data and future
Recorded music is everywhere in our sector, for business or for pleasure. How are we using it, creating it, being creative with it? Breaking news: it’s not for the money…
Xavier Vandamme, Utrecht Early Music Festival – EMTV (Early Music Television)
Kate Rockett, Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century
Meal included in the Summit entry fee.
FOYER 1ST BALCONY
The primary aim of this session is to enable as many participants as possible, especially those unfamiliar with each other, to connect in person. Contrary to other events such as “New Deal” (for our French participants), it is not meant to be a music export networking session. This networking event will last 2.5 hours and will include both random matching and scheduled meetings.
Sessions only available for registered participants.
PANEL - DIVERSITY IN THE EARLY MUSIC FIELD
From an artistic perspective, looking for more diversity in Early Music programmes, repertoires or representation brings a shift in perspective, and a continuous questioning or our practices: an asset in a creative sector! A conversation built on input from the research, performance, and programming sectors.
Karin Cuellar Rendon, McGill University
Judith Haug, Universitetet i Oslo, Institutt for musikkvitenskap
Moderator: Isabelle Battioni, Centre Culturel de Rencontre d’Ambronay
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.
Rebekah Arendt, Utrecht University
Pedro Sousa Silva, ESMAE & CESEM
PARALLEL COURSE - in partnership with AEC
Beyond Concert Culture: Initiatives from the Conservatories
Today, courses and seminars on “entrepreneurship” proliferate in higher education in the arts. However, a meaningful engagement of artists with society at large seems to require more than “audience development”. Is there a deeper point that we might be missing? What can we bring into the discussion, from an Early Music perspective?
Anne Smith, Schola Cantorum Basiliensis
Judith Paquier, Les traversées baroques and le Pôle Aliénor
Marcello Mazzetti, The University of Padua and The Italian Institute for Early Music (ISTIMA)
Kelly Landerkin, Schola Cantorum Basiliensis
Moderator: Isaac Alonso de Molina, Koninklijk Conservatorium Den Haag
Consider this session as your info point regarding everything you may need to know about instruments: how they are made today and how is 3D printing changing this? Is your double-bass allowed in the plane cabin? Are our violins cruelty-free? During this session, live translation from French to English will be provided.
Anita Debaere, Pearle*
Nelly Poidevin, bow maker
Coraline Baroux-Desvignes, Chambre Syndicale de la Facture Instrumentale
Jean-Philippe Echard, Musée de la Musique
Moderator: Arnaud Giral, luthier
PROGRAMMING Workshop: no risk - no fun
The listening journey of creating, selling and promoting programmes in our current market – what matters?
A guided working group on the challenges we face in making and selling Art in the current changing climate and the dialogues and considerations that go into creating successful collaborations.
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 Orchestra – 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.