The Centro di Musica Antica della Fondazione Ghislieri operates in a network including the most important European cultural institutions in the field of ancient music and is a member of the following institutions:


REMA, the European Network of Early Music Festivals. It was created in 2000 in Ambronay (France), and today has more than 60 members from 21 European Union countries. REMA has two primary objectives: to promote Early Music and to facilitate its diffusion in Europe. Its prestige lies in the diversity and high cultural quality of its members, chosen through careful selection. The Network represents for its member organisations a great opportunity to exchange experiences and ideas and a privileged space to discuss international cultural projects. It is supported by the European Commission and the French Ministry of Culture and Communication. The Ghislieri Foundation’s Early Music Centre was welcomed as a member of REMA in April 2010.



FEVIS, the Fédération des Ensemble Vocaux et Instrumentaux Spécialisés, was founded in 1999 and brings together 140 independent ensembles with the desire to disseminate their work, make their economic issues and challenges known. It also accompanies them on a daily basis in the management of their activities, answering their questions and promoting the sharing of solutions to common problems.




CIDIM, the Italian National Music Committee, aims to contribute to the development of music in Italy through internationalization and coordination activities and the production and distribution of music through national and international festivals, encouraging the circulation of Italian ensembles, composers and performers; development of research on musicological, historical and legislative themes, aimed at analysing and studying Italian musical activities; creation of initiatives of an informative nature that highlight the role of music in school teaching.



AIAM, the Italian Association of Musical Activities, represents 83 musical institutions throughout Italy that promote musical culture in Italy through concert associations, orchestras, festivals, including Jazz, courses, competitions and promotional bodies.
It is unanimously recognised as one of the most representative associations in the music sector, and includes bodies ranging from large musical associations to small and medium sized ones operating in the less served areas of the country.