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.
Rachel Podger, the unsurpassed British glory of the baroque violin,” (The Times) has established herself as a leading interpreter of the Baroque and Classical repertory…
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…
In 2020, Early Music Day will take place for the eighth time! Celebrate Early Music with us, by organising or attending a concert!
“As a British German at this moment in time, I feel hugely privileged to be the Ambassador for REMA’s European Early Music Day 2020 – as Bach himself noted about the gift of music “I play the notes as they are written, but it is God who makes the music”. The recognition and expansion of Early Music has been my life’s work and as I continue to teach and perform around the world, I will be particularly proudly waving the Early Music Day flag, and hoping that music will continue to heal divisions and create harmony amongst all peoples.” Rachel Podger – Early Music Day Ambassador 2020
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