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REMA - the European Early Music Network - is celebrating its 20th birthday
by organizing its first European Early Music Summit online, from 20 to 22
November 2020.

Under the title Our Future Past, the Conference will take a look at the
future of Early Music, and assess what will be at stake tomorrow in the
field of performance, research, instrument making, teaching, communication,
through panel talks, presentations, but also work sessions between
professionals aiming to build the foundations for a better representation
of the sector’s interests.

To support this dialogue and foster cooperation between specialists, REMA is
launching a call for posters, for all researchers and research departments
active in a field relevant to Early Music. If your work can impact the
future of
performance practice, musicology, audience development, instrument making,
pedagogy, edition… apply for our Poster session!


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