Early Music Quodlibet 2023 Recordings and REMA Early Music Summit 2023
The AEC Early Music Task Force concluded its third Online Early Music Quodlibet Series, which took place in Spring 2023:
- Historically Informed Performance versus Grammophonically Informed Performance (Thursday 23rd March from 18:00 to 19:30 CET)
- Beyond Europe #1: Early Music Education in Chile, Mexico, Argentina (Thursday 27th April from 18:00 to 19:30 CET)
- A future for Early Music: Connecting with the Audience (Thursday 25th May 2023 from 18:00 to 19:30 CET)
Description of the sessions and video recordings are available on the Quodlibet 2023 webpage.
What is the Quodlibet?
The Quodlibet is the AEC’s online and open forum for dialogue on all matters of Early Music and historically informed performance (HIP). All members of the Early Music community – students, teachers, administrators and artists – are welcome to participate, and are encouraged to share their views on the chances and challenges experienced in our field today.
The second edition was launched in Autumn 2022 with a session about the current state of Early Music Departments in Europe, a second one about Music as Storytelling and a third one entitled Early Music Pedagogy: Teaching and Learning Today with the Tools of the Past.
AEC’s Early Music Platform Task Force
- Isaac Alonso de Molina – Chair (The Hague)
- Kelly Landerkin (Basel)
- Anton Steck (Trossingen)
- Claire Michon (Poitiers)
- Sara Primiterra – Coordinator (AEC office)
Join the REMA Early Music Summit 2023, Brussels and Bruges on 30th November – 3rd December 2023
What makes the essence of Early Music? What are the artistic challenges its stakeholders are facing, and what is their vision for the future? The four days of this exciting conference organised by REMA – the European Network of Early Music are tailored for artists, promoters, students, teachers, researchers… and all the professional stakeholders of the field! They will work together, first in Bozar, then in Concertgebouw Bruges, on what defines the core of their activities, share their projects and build a shared experience of Early Music. Alongside the conference, concerts and showcases offer an overview of the diversity and creativity of the sector in Europe. The AEC is organising sessions within the “education” strand of the conference. Registrations are already open! Do not miss this unique opportunity for the Early Music community!
For more information about the AEC Early Music Quodlibet and the REMA Early Music Summit please refer to the AEC Events Manager Sara Primiterra at email@example.com