Eeemerging+ is a European scale project addressed to new ensembles working in the field of early music and was created with the aim of promoting and enhancing young talents and facilitating their inclusion in the music scene.
As part of eeemerging+, the ensembles are hosted in artistic residencies at the project’s partner structures and, in addition to performing musical activities and concerts, they also participate in meetings and workshops to improve their organisational, communication and project development skills. In this way eeemerging+ accompanies the growth of musicians in the round, facilitates their circulation in Europe and their entry into the early music market.
The partners involved
Eeemerging was born in 2014 with the support of the European Union’s Creative Europe Programme and thanks to the collaboration of eight European partners: Centre Culturel de Rencontre d’Ambronay (France), project leader, Centro di Musica Antica della Fondazione Ghislieri (Pavia, Italy), Centre for Early Music of the National University of Bucharest (Romania), Internationale Händel Festspiele Göttingen (Germany), Ars Ramovš (Ljubljiana, Slovenia), Riga Early Music Centre (Latvia), Ozango Production (Strasbourg, France), National Centre for Early Music (York, UK).
In 2019 the project involves three new partners: Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts (Brno, Czech Republic), National Forum of Music (Wrocław, Poland), Festival de Torroella de Montgrí (Spain).
Selected ensembles and activities
Since 2014, 25 ensembles with artists from 33 different countries have been selected and supported; 84 artistic residencies have been organised, 170 concerts throughout Europe and 8 record releases dedicated to the selected ensembles have been made.