Eeemerging, a new European project to support young ensembles
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 confront the realities of the early music market in Europe.
Ambronay Cultural Encounter Centre runs this project with 7 co-organisers : Ghislieri Musica in Pavia, Early Music Centre of the National University of Music of Bucharest, Göttingen International Handel Festival, Seviqc Brežice of Ljubljana, National Centre for Early Music, York, Riga Early Music Centre and Ozango Productions in Strasbourg. Ambronay European baroque Academy (EU Cultural Ambassador from 2011 to 2013) has served as the framework for the group’s work.
Eeemerging aims to:
• find, select and train the best emerging ensembles in Europe ;
• offer the ensembles specific trainings in organisation/administration, booking, marketing and communication, artistic coaching, staging, etc) ;
• prepare them to enter the European marketplace through the creation of a network of places for training, residencies and diffusion ;
• help to promote the ensembles (production of an EPK, CD recording, press, photo session, etc.).
This support will last from 1 to 3 years.
- eeemerging Emerging European Ensembles
The process set in place by the ‘eeemerging’ project aims to increase equality in the options open to young ensembles, give them...