“The Quodlibet” – AEC’s new online and open forum for dialogue on all matters of Early Music”

Early Music (HP/HIP- – Historically Informed Performance) has come a long way in the last few decades and increasingly plays a vital role in higher education institutions. This period has seen many new challenges and whilst it is important to reflect and acknowledge our achievements thus far, we must now plan seriously for the future across both theory and practice. We are keen to welcome everyone to this series of online sessions, and hope to strengthen our community as well as connect across all generations of musicians. Teachers and students interested in historically informed performance and practice are warmly encouraged to join!

Register for free by filling in the form at the registration tab to be up to date about our meetings! Join us on the first Fridays of the months of March May and June at this Zoom Link! Pin the 3 dates below in your calendar!

#1: “The Culturally Informed Performance (CIP) of Music” – Friday 5th March, 17:00 – 18:30 CET

“CIP reconciles the value of caring for our cultural heritage with the importance of a vibrant, rich and diversified modern cultural life”
Forum hosted by Isaac Alonso de Molina (Royal Conservatoire The Hague, AEC Early Music Task Force) with Peter van Heyghen

#2: “My name is Barthold Kuijken – Ask Me Anything” – Friday 7th May, 17:00 – 18:30 CET

“Even after half a century, I’m still fascinated by the value and depth of a HIP approach to music. I’m looking forward to sharing our questions and answers.”
Forum hosted by Linde Brunmayr-Tutz (Musikhochschule Trossingen, AEC Early Music Task Force) with Barthold Kuijken

#3: “My name is Paul Agnew – Ask Me Anything” – Friday 4th June, 17:00 – 18:30 CET

“And where do we find the composer in all this? Are the intentions of the composer an opportunity or a constraint?”
Forum hosted by Ashley Solomon (Royal College of Music London, AEC Early Music Task Force) with Paul Agnew

ZOOM LINK (same for the 3 sessions)

The programme has been organized by the AEC Early Music Task Force:

Issac Alonso de Molina – Royal Conservatoire The Hague – AEC Early Music Task Force Chairman, representative of AEC in the REMA Summitt organisational committee
Linde Brunmayr-Tutz – Musikhochschule Trossingen – AEC Early Music Task Force member
Ashley Solomon – Royal College of Music in London – AEC Early Music Task Force member
Claire Michon – Pole Alienor, Poitiers – AEC Council Member responsible of activities in the field of Early Music
Sara Primiterra – AEC Office – Coordinator of the Early Music activities at the AEC

Watch the introduction video about the AEC and its Early Music Platform prepared for the Early Music Summit 2020.

The AEC preparatory working groups members work on the preparation of AEC events on voluntary basis. The AEC Preparatory Working Groups are all formed by coopting active individuals in the relevant field of specialization within AEC member institutions. Proactivity, as well as geographical and gender balances are the applied criteria to guarantee the diverse and dynamic character of the groups, who should ideally recreate the diversity of AEC members institutions. Working group members are financially supported by their home institutions, which cover their travel and accommodation expenses to the working group meetings and to the actual event.

Video

The Quodlibet n.1 with Peter van Heygen

Have you missed the first Quodlibet? Watch the recording of the forum hosted by Isaac Alonso de Molina with Peter van Heygen and attended by 54 students and teachers interested in historically and culturally informed performance. See you on Friday 7th May for the Quodlibet n.2!

The Quodlibet n.2 with Barthold Kuijken

Have you missed the second Quodlibet? Watch the recording of the forum hosted by Linde Brunmayr-Tutz with Barthold Kuijken and attended by 54 students and teachers interested in historically and culturally informed performance. See you on Friday 4th June for the Quodlibet n.3!

The Quodlibet n.3 with Paul Agnew

Have you missed the third and last Quodlibet of this year? Watch the recording of the forum hosted by Ashley Solomon with Paul Agnew and attended by students and teachers interested in historically and culturally informed performance. See you in October in Trossingen for the Early Music Platform Meeting