about

8 partners

eeemerging is run by 8 partners:

Ambronay Cultural Encounter Centre

Ambronay Cultural Encounter Centre — Ambronay, France / Leader

The Cultural Encounter Centre undertakes a wide range of activities centred on early music and live performance, on the theme of  «  music and the sacred   » as its prestigious Festival of Early Music.

Ambronay concentrates on the promotion of ensembles by:

  • Programming nine concerts within its Festival;
  • Organising for each ensemble a training programme on promotional methods and networks;
  • Helping the ensembles to organise tours at the end of their eeemerging programme.

 

www.ambronay.org



Early Music Centre of the National University of Music – Bucharest, Romania

National University of Music Bucharest is a Romanian professional institution of higher education, research and music creation, founded in 1864. It will focus on the training of tutors, encouraging meetings between young Romanian musicians, ensembles and specialist contributors. The ensembles will also find themselves teaching students in the Early Music Department (master classes, concerts with students etc.)

www.unmb.ro


Göttingen International Handel Festival
Göttingen International Handel Festival — Göttingen, Germany

The Göttingen International Handel Festival was founded in 1920, making it one of the world’s oldest festivals for Baroque music. The Festival’s participation is based on outreach work. During residencies and specialist training sessions, emphasis is placed on learning about educational outreach with the public (putting together adapted programmes, accessibility of spoken presentations, testing programmes in front of a class, and developing outreach tools).

www.haendel-festspiele.de


Ars Ramovš Institute for Art
Ars Ramovš — Ljubljana, Slovenia

Founded in 1997, the Ars Ramovš Institute for Art, Marketing, Promotion and Investment organises the Seviqc Brežice Festival, an internationally acclaimed early music festival which features eminent musicians and ensembles.

Ars Ramovš will offer the ensembles interdisciplinary studies: the relationship between stage and music through theatre (Stanislavski method) and dance.

www.seviqc-brezice.si


Ghislierimusica
Ghislierimusica — Pavia, Italy

Ghislierimusica is a centre devoted to early music, based in the historic Collegio Ghislieri – a cultural hub in Pavia, Northern Italy, since 1567. Its activities include the yearly production of a concert series and two festivals, an internationally active ensemble in residence and a number of host residencies; research focused on Italian sacred music of XVIII century; educational projects such as a student choir and programmes realised in partnership with primary and secondary schools.

www.musica.ghislieri.it



Riga Early Music Centre
Riga, Lithuania

Riga Early Music Centre brings together and coordinates the musicians involved with early music interpretation, based on historical traditions.

Teaching, diffusion and promotion of early music are in their early stages in Latvia. The Centre, the first and only in this field in Latvia, offers training in audience development techniques as part of its residency programme. It will seek to increase concert venues for each ensemble, and also teach the ensembles how to adapt to different audiences.

www.earlymusic.lv



Ozango
— Strasbourg, France

An audiovisual production company specialising in the production of live events (music, theatre, dance, circus), Ozango is responsible for the audiovisual strategy of the project. It supports eeemerging ensembles in devising and producing audiovisual products (e.g. EPKs and recording of concerts) which serve as tools for digital promotion.

www.ozango.eu


National Centre for Early Music in York
National Centre for Early Music (NCEM) — York, England

The NCEM is based in a medieval church in York. Home of the internationally acclaimed York Early Music Festival, it promotes a year-round series of jazz, world, folk and early music concerts as well as a thriving education programme.

The prestigious International Young Artists Competition (founded in 1985) is organised by the Centre every two years, and will be one of the main ways of discovering new ensembles. The co-organisers will attend the final and offer a selected ensemble the opportunity to proceed directly to the first year of the eeemerging programme.

www.ncem.co.uk