Cambridge Early Music is delighted to announce that it has recently joined REMA (the European Early Music Network). As one of the UK’s leading providers of early music education, the promotion of historically informed performance has been at the centre of Cambridge Early Music since its creation in 1993.
Dame Mary Archer, Chairman of Cambridge Early Music said: “We already enjoy inviting many European ensembles to perform in historic Cambridge venues at our annual Festival of the Voice and welcoming participants from across the globe to study at our renowned Summer Schools. By joining REMA we are excited at building further exciting and stimulating partnerships and projects with our European colleagues.”
REMA, the European Early Music Network, was created in Ambronay, France, in 2000. REMA now boasts a membership of around 70 Early Music organisations from 21 countries. The network’s head office is based in France.
REMA has a dual objective: to promote Early Music and to help raise its profile in Europe. REMA organises 3 to 4 meetings each year for its members, providing them with opportunities to exchange expertise, ideas, discuss their projects, form new networks and gain new contacts, as well as discuss current topics of interest.
Some examples of what REMA does: