"REMA, the European Early Music Network (Réseau Européen de Musique Ancienne), has become the essential meeting place for those involved in programming, who are often conscious of a certain professional isolation, taken up as they are by their work-load and the intensity of their preoccupations. REMA can break through this relative isolation by enabling its members to meet regularly, to exchange ideas and share projects, and to provide solutions to problems we all face.
REMA came into being in 2000 at Ambronay in France. Since then, more than forty organisations covering twelve countries have joined us. REMA has three main areas of activity: communication, the building of relationships, and the development of awareness. Working to promote Early Music is a way of making the diversity of European artistic traditions better known, and it is also a means of encouraging mutual understanding between our various countries. " Visit website for more information. (ed.)
Category: Academies/Academia/Early Music Study/Institutions
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