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European Day of Early Music

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The fourth edition of the European Day of Early Music (EDEM) will take place on 21 March 2016.

This event is open to anyone who would like to organise a concert, an open rehearsal, a workshop, a conference, etc about Early Music: whether festival, concert hall, ensemble, conservatoire, musician!

In order to be taken on the list of events of the day, please fill the following form: link.

For more information about the European Day of Early Music, please click here.

REMA is supported by:

  • The European Commission through the Creative Europe programme.
  • The Direction Générale de la Création Artistique of the French Ministry for Communication and Culture.

The European Broadcasting Union has been a media partner during the three first editions.

Live streamings - Technical requirements Rapport Journée Européenne de Musique Ancienne 2015 Report European Day of Early Music 2015
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