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Interviews with specialists of the cultural field that bring a new perspective to your professional practices and goals!
REMA’s Early Music Podcast is a series dedicated to what’s happening in the Early Music sector in Europe, in connection with the REMAin Connected conferences held online throughout 2021. Each episode takes another look at the theme that is addressed during each talk, providing an ideal introduction or a branching out session.

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Interviews with specialists of the cultural field that bring a new perspective to your professional practices and goals!
REMA’s Early Music Podcast is a series dedicated to what’s happening in the Early Music sector in Europe, in connection with the REMAin Connected conferences held online throughout 2021. Each episode takes another look at the theme that is addressed during each talk, providing an ideal introduction or a branching out session.

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    FRENCH SUMMER EPISODES: ACCORD MAJEUR

    FRENCH SUMMER EPISODES: ACCORD MAJEUR

    This episode of the Early Music Podcast takes you to Aix en Provence, on the occasion of the Rencontres Nationales d’Accord Majeur, for our last French Summer episode!This conference is organized every year in the frame of Aix en Provence Festival, and gathers members of various French networks for music (ensembles, operas, festivals…). This year’s theme was dedicated to how the professionals of the live performance field address the challenges of ecology. By reviewing the different steps towards awareness, and putting forward the most relevant and meaningful projects, the conference has whetted the participants’ appetite for doing better and bigger! Interviews with: Margaux Hardoin, Communication and Resources officer, Grands FormatsAline Sam Giao, General Manager, Auditorium de Lyon- Orchestre National de Lyon; President of Les Forces Musicales, vice-president of Associaton Française des OrchestresJean-Christophe Frisch, XVIII-21 - Le Baroque Nomade, Festival OuVERTuresCreditsScènes de la forêt, Op. 82: L'oiseau prophèteEnsemble Zellig - Jivaro's Works - Klarthe 2017 TarentellaXVIII-21 Le Baroque Nomade - «Melothesia Æthiopica (Live) - Evidence 2015 Production/ REMA-Agathe Créac’hWith Flora CroceTargeting a professional audience of performers, promoters or anyone involved in the Early Music Field, the Early Music Podcast is dedicated to what’s happening in the sector in Europe.

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    UN CHEMIN JOYEUX- TRANSITION ET VIVANT

    UN CHEMIN JOYEUX- TRANSITION ET VIVANT

    Depuis quelques années, les préoccupations de transition sociale et écologique sont au premier plan des questions politiques et sociales ainsi que dans nos vies privées et professionnelles. De nombreuses organisations culturelles mettent en place des initiatives innovantes pour atteindre un avenir plus équitable et durable. Dans cette entreprise, il est toujours fructueux de partager nos difficultés et nos réussites avec le reste du secteur afin que nos efforts puissent apporter de réels changements. C'est dans cette optique que Nathalie Moine et Sophie Lanoote ont entrepris de créer un livre blanc contenant le résultat d'années d'observations ainsi que des conseils aux organismes culturels qui souhaitent repenser leur place dans le monde et leur impact sur celui-ci.Interview de :Sophie Lanoote, Galatea ConseilNathalie Moine, Atelier FlorèsCrédits"La Predica del Sole”, Marco Marazzoli (1602-1662), De Jérôme Corréas et les Paladins, Rossi & Marazzoli : Soleils baroques, 2008, Ambronay Editions.Production/ REMA-Agathe Créac'hAvec Flora CroceDestiné à un public professionnel d'interprètes, de programmateurs ou à toute personne impliquée dans le domaine de la musique ancienne, le Early Music Podcast est dédié aux actualités du secteur en Europe.

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    VERSAILLES, 300 ANS DE SPECTACLES 8 MILLIONS DE VISITEURS

    VERSAILLES, 300 ANS DE SPECTACLES 8 MILLIONS DE VISITEURS

    Cet épisode du Early Music Podcast fait suite à notre conférence REMAin Connected du 21 mai sur le tourisme culturel. Monument incontournable du patrimoine historique français, le Château de Versailles et son domaine accueillent chaque année environ 8 millions de visiteurs. C'est aussi un lieu important de l'histoire de la musique baroque française, ce qui se manifeste non seulement dans son architecture mais aussi dans les événements qui y sont organisés aujourd'hui. A Versailles deux organismes cohabitent : l'organisme public qu'est le Château, le musée et le domaine national de Versailles, et la société privée Château de Versailles Spectacles qui est chargée des concerts et des spectacles.Interview de Denis Verdier-Magneau, Directeur du Développement Culturel au Château de VersaillesCrédits : Roland (Ouverture-Air des Deux Insulaires- Chaconne-Air de Roland-Air de Logistille)From Christophe Rousset et Les Talens Lyriques, Roland - Jean-Baptiste Lully, 2004, Ambroisie. Production/ REMA-Agathe Créac'hAvec Flora CroceDestiné à un public professionnel d'interprètes, de programmateurs ou à toute personne impliquée dans le domaine de la musique ancienne, le Early Music Podcast est dédié aux actualités du secteur en Europe.

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    LOST AND FOUND: TRADITIONAL AND EARLY MUSIC IN IRELAND

    LOST AND FOUND: TRADITIONAL AND EARLY MUSIC IN IRELAND

    Ireland is known for many things but one thing that keeps fascinating people all around the world is its culture and its traditional music that pervades any representation we have of the country. As an early music musician in Ireland, it is inevitable to be confronted to the many instrumental and performance traditions that have existed for centuries, from the jig to the fiddle and the harp.Interview with: Siobhán Armstrong, harpist.Da miche manum: give me your handCumha caoine an Albanaigh: lamentation for the baron of Loughmoe by John Scott (c.1570–1650)A féachain gléis: an ancient Irish harp prelude by Dennis O’Hampsey (1695-1807)Calen o custure me by William Byrd (1539/40–1623)Mr Cormake allman by Cormacke MacDermott ((before 1575–1618)From The Irish Consort dir. Siobhán Armstrong, Music, Ireland and the Sixteenth Century. London, Destino Classics, 2018.Division set on Lady of the Desart by Cornelius Lyons (c.1680–c.1750) as played by Dennis O’Hampsey to Edward Bunting, Siobhán Armstrong, PhD recording.Seabhac na hÉirne: the hawk of the river Erne by Turlough Carolan (1670–1738)Bríd Ní Mhaoilchiaráin, voice,Siobhán Armstrong, early Irish harpFrom Siobhán Armstrong, Cláirseach Na hÉireann: The Harp of Ireland. Vol. MCD0401. Carlow, Maya Recordings, 2004Production/ REMA-Agathe Créac’h- Flora CroceWith Jasmina ČrnčičTargeting a professional audience of performers, promoters or anyone involved in the Early Music Field, the Early Music Podcast is dedicated to what’s happening in the sector in Europe.

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    EVERYONE DESERVES THE BEST PERFORMANCE: THE ART OF BRINGING ART TO THE PUBLIC

    EVERYONE DESERVES THE BEST PERFORMANCE: THE ART OF BRINGING ART TO THE PUBLIC

    When creating projects and programming concerts, concert organisers should always be aiming at satisfying their audiences’ needs or desires. But it is not only the role of programmers: composers and artists alike should also play an important role in the process of audience development.Interview withConstanze Wimmer, musicology professor at Graz University, specialised in audience engagement. François Couperin: Leçons de Ténèbres pour le Mercredy Saint (Première Leçon)Le Caravansérail: Rachel Redmond and Maïlys de Villoutreys, sopranos - Bertrand Cuiller, harpsichord, organ and directionRecorded on 23 July 2020 at Festival de SaintesWith Jasmina ČrnčičProduction/ REMA-Agathe Créac’h

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    WHY DO THEY KEEP COMING: CRACKING THE AUDIENCE SECRET

    WHY DO THEY KEEP COMING: CRACKING THE AUDIENCE SECRET

    For several years, museums have developed specific audience management strategies. In this episode, we will see how they can be applied to the Early Music field. But before that, in order to establish a strategy, one must know their audience: this is why audience surveys are essential in helping institutions to engage with the public.Interview withStephanie Wintzerith, consultant in audience surveys and evaluations for cultural institutions. J.S. Bach: Cantata BWV 47Le Banquet Céleste: Céline Scheen, soprano - Damien Guillon, alto and direction - Thomas Hobbs, tenor - Benoît Arnould, baritone Recorded on 21 July 2020 at Festival de SaintesWith Jasmina ČrnčičProduction/ REMA-Agathe Créac’h

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