The Early Music Day is a celebration of more than a millennium of music, through concerts, events, and happenings taking place simultaneously across Europe. It is held every year on 21st March.
Jean Rondeau studied harpsichord with Blandine Verlet for over ten years, followed by trainingin basso continuo, organ, piano, jazz and improvisation, and conducting. He pursued further studies at…
René Jacobs was born in 1946 in Ghent, Belgium. He began singing in Ghent cathedral as a chorister before joining Brussels. Encouraged by Gustav Leonhardt and Alfred Deller, René Jacobs continues…
In 2019, the European Day of Early Music will take place for the seventh time! Celebrate Early Music with us, by organising or attending a concert! And as our ambassador Jean Rondeau says: “Come celebrate the Early Music Day with us and don’t forget that this music, sometimes called “ancient”, is a movement that cannot be stopped and that you have to grasp accurately.”
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