DATE: 27-09-2017

Latest news from VOXearlyMUS project

The 2nd Intensive Programme of the ERASMUS + Strategic Partnership VOXearlyMUS, entitled “Early music small vocal ensembles on the professional scene”, hosted by the „Arrigo Boito” Conservatorio di Musica di Parma, between 16th and 24th of July 2017, successfully ended and gathered positive feedback from the participants (students, teachers) and the public.

Five European conservatoires (Den Haag Royal Conservatoire, “Joseph Haydn” Konservatorium Eisenstadt, “Arrigo Boito” Conservatorio di Musica Parma, “Arrigo Pedrollo” Conservatorio di Musica Vicenza, National University of Music Bucharest) and one professional institution (Fondazione Italiana per la Musica Antica – FIMA) enjoyed the opportunity of working together within individual and ensemble training sessions, conferences and applied workshops (Historically Performance: on taking refuge in the past and the myth of authenticity – Prof. Univ. Dr. Valentina Sandu – Dediu, Arco e voci: affetti nel primo Seicento veneziano – Prof. Franco Missaggia, The meantone temperaments in Seventeenth century Italy, Memoria, Pronunciatio and the Art of composing in the mind– Prof. Stefano Lorenzetti, A brief history of the Urbino courses and their importance for the Early Music revival in Italy – Prof. Andrea Damiani, meetings and open discussions with professionals from the early music field (participants at the Urbino Early Music Festival), artistic events (in Parma and Urbino).
The concerts of the newly formed VOXearlyMUS ensemble has been highly appreciated at the San Rocco Cathedral from Parma and at the Urbino Early Music Festival.

Coming up, in November (2nd – 3rd) - one important meeting of the local coordinators and the experts of the two working groups on curriculum design and repertoire research within the early music small vocal ensembles will take place at the National University of Music Bucharest.

More details about the ERASMUS + KA2 Strategic Partnership VOXearlyMUS are available on the website.