eeemerging expands its network in 2019
The process set in place by the eeemerging project aims to increase equality in the options open to young ensembles, give them excellent working conditions along with support and organisation for their projects, and help them to negotiate the realities of the early music market in Europe.
eeemerging was launched in 2014 by 8 co-organisers. It has grown and flourished thanks to the support of the Creative Europe program of the European Union from September 2014 to September 2018. 25 ensembles have been supported, 70 residencies and 170 concerts were organized during these 4 years. An exciting success that allows eeemerging to expand its network to Spain, Poland and the Czech Republic for the coming year.
In 2019, eeemerging ensembles will be welcomed by : Ambronay Cultural Encounter Centre in Ambronay, France – Göttingen International Handel Festival in Göttingen, Germany – Ghislierimusica in Pavia, Italy – Riga Early Music Centre in Riga, Latvia – the Music Centre of the National University of Music in Bucharest, Romania – Ars Ramovš in Ljubljana, Slovenia – the National Centre for Early Music (NCEM) in York, England – the Janacek Academy for Music in Brno, Czech Republic – the National Forum of Music in Wroclaw, Poland – the Torroella de Montgri Music Festival, Spain.