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Early music festivals

Early music festivals is a generic term for musical festivals focused on music before Beethoven, or including Historically informed performance of later works. The increase in the number of music festivals specialising in Early music is a reflection of the early music revival of the 1970s and 1980s.

Many larger festivals such as that an Aix-en-Provence Festival also include Early Music sections, as do, inevitably, festivals of sacred music; such as the Festival de Música Sacra do Baixo Alentejo, in Portugal.

Although most early music festivals are centred on commercial performance, many include also workshops.

List of festivals by country

Annual unless otherwise listed.

See also Category list Early music festivals
Festivals which were notable, producing radio-broadcasts and recordings, but now defunct, are listed with an indent at the end of each country listing; for example Gottorfer Barockmusiktage, Germany.

Australia

  • Hobart Early Music Festival[1]

Austria

Bolivia

  • Festival de Chiquitos

Belgium

Canada

  • Montreal Baroque. June.[10]
  • Vancouver Early Music Festival. August.[11]
  • Pacific Baroque Festival, Victoria, B.C., February/March [12]
  • Lameque International Baroque Music Festival, July [13]

Croatia

  • Rovigno Baroque Music Festival[14]

Czech Republic

Denmark

  • Copenhagen Renaissance Music Festival. October-November.[19]

Finland

Late Medieval and Early Renaissance European music ensemble La Morra at Sastamala Gregoriana festival

France

Germany

Ireland

Italy

Major festivals with some early music events:

Latvia

Netherlands

Norway

Poland

Romania

Russia

Serbia

  • Belgrade International Early Music Festival[97]

Slovakia

Slovenia

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

United Kingdom

United States

References

  1. ^ Hobart Baroque
  2. ^ Resonanzen (German)
  3. ^ Trigonale (German)
  4. ^ Internationale Barocktage Stift Melk
  5. ^ MAfestival - Festival van Vlaanderen
  6. ^ Festival van Vlaanderen
  7. ^ Festival van Vlaanderen, Gent
  8. ^ Seminaire Festival de Musique Ancienne en Wallonie
  9. ^ La Musique Baroque au Château de Chimay (French)
  10. ^ Montreal Baroque
  11. ^ Vancouver Early Music Festival
  12. ^ Pacific Baroque Festival
  13. ^ [1]
  14. ^ Rovigno Baroque Music Festival
  15. ^ Festival staré hudby, Český Krumlov (Czech)
  16. ^ Letní slavnosti staré hudby (Summer festivities of early music)
  17. ^ Festival Opera Barocca [2]
  18. ^ Summer School of Early Music Prachatice
  19. ^ Copenhagen Renaissance Music Festival
  20. ^ [3]
  21. ^ [4]
  22. ^ Festival d'Ambronay (French)
  23. ^ Festival International d'Opera Baroque - Beaune (French)
  24. ^ Musiques à la Chabotterie (French)
  25. ^ Festival Mars en Baroque - Marseille (French)
  26. ^ Printemps des Arts de Nantes (French)
  27. ^ Le Festival de Maguelone (French)
  28. ^ Festival de Musique du Haut-Jura (French)
  29. ^ Festival d’Aix-en-Provence (French)
  30. ^ Le Festival Renaissances de Bar-le-Duc (French)
  31. ^ Festival de Musique Ancienne de Callas (French)
  32. ^ Festival Musique et Mémoire (French)
  33. ^ Programme (French)
  34. ^ Festival de musique de Conques
  35. ^ Festival Baroque de Tarentaise(French)
  36. ^ Le Festival International de Musique Ancienne de Simiane (French)
  37. ^ Festival de Sablé (French)
  38. ^ Festival de Academie Bach (French)
  39. ^ Chaise-Dieu (French)
  40. ^ Festival baroquer de Pontoise (French)
  41. ^ Festival de Lanvellec (French)
  42. ^ Baroque Marseille (French)
  43. ^ Festival Paris Baroque
  44. ^ Festival de Musique et Ancienne et Baroque de Saint-Michel en Thiérache (French)
  45. ^ Festival Viole de Gambe d'Asfeld (French)
  46. ^ Festival alter Musik Bernau (German)
  47. ^ AMT (German)
  48. ^ Magdeburger Telemann-Tage (German)
  49. ^ Berliner Tage für Alte Musik (German)
  50. ^ Landshuter Hofmusiktage (German)
  51. ^ Bachtage Potsdam (German)
  52. ^ Montalbâne Internationalen Tage der mittelalterlichen Musik (German)
  53. ^ Music Viva (German)
  54. ^ MBM (German)
  55. ^ Pro Musica Antique Tage Alter Musik Regensburg (German)
  56. ^ Akademie für Alte Musik im Saarland, see "TAMIS" (German/French)
  57. ^ Musikfestspiele Potsdam Sanssouci (German)
  58. ^ Thüringer Bachwochen (German)
  59. ^ Bayreuther Barock (German)
  60. ^ Biennale Alter Musik (German)
  61. ^ East Cork Early Music Festival
  62. ^ Galway Early Music Festival. May.
  63. ^ Settimane barocche di Brescia
  64. ^ Teatro Ponchielli - Festival di Cremona Claudio Monteverdi (Italian)
  65. ^ Festival di Musica Antica Urbino
  66. ^ Festival Toscano di Musica Antica
  67. ^ Festival Galuppi
  68. ^ Collegio Ghislieri di Pavia - Primavera Barocca
  69. ^ Classique NewsArticle in French
  70. ^ Festival Musica Antica a Magnano (English)
  71. ^ Musica Antica a Magnano
  72. ^ Mouziké - Festival di Musica Antica del Mediterraneo
  73. ^ Associazione per la musica antica Antonio Il Verso (Italian)
  74. ^ Musica Antica in Sicilia (Italian)
  75. ^ Festival Montisi
  76. ^ Stresa Festival
  77. ^ Stresa Festival Lago Maggiore (in Italian)
  78. ^ Ravenna Festival
  79. ^ Festival Grandezze & Meraviglie - Modena (Italian)
  80. ^ Bolzano Festival
  81. ^ Bolzano Festival (Italian, German, English)
  82. ^ Homepage
  83. ^ nl.WorldHeritage entry (in Dutch)
  84. ^ Radio listing (English)
  85. ^ Utrecht Early Music Festival
  86. ^ [5]
  87. ^ Festspillene i Bergen
  88. ^ Vestfoldfestspillene
  89. ^ Article "O Festiwalu ..." (Polish)
  90. ^ Międzynarodowy Festiwal Muzyki Dawnej w Jarosławiu (Polish)
  91. ^ Międzynarodowy Festiwal Muzyki Dawnej (Polish)
  92. ^ Międzynarodowy Festiwal Muzyki Dawnej im. Mikołaja z Radomia (Polish)
  93. ^ Bucharest Early Music Festival
  94. ^ [6]
  95. ^ фестиваль старинной музыки (in Russian)
  96. ^ Sankt Petersburg International Early Music Festival
  97. ^ Belgrade International Early Music Festival
  98. ^ "Dni starej hudby" - Days of early music
  99. ^ Radovljica Early Music Festival
  100. ^ Festival Brezice
  101. ^ Festival de Música Antigua de Barcelona
  102. ^ Festival de Música Antigua Iberoamericana (Spanish)
  103. ^ Daroca (Spanish)
  104. ^ FeMAS - Festival de Música Antigua de Sevilla (in Spanish)]
  105. ^ Festival de Música Antigua de Sevilla
  106. ^ Festival de Música Antigua de Gijón (Spanish)
  107. ^ (Spanish)
  108. ^ Festival Internacional de Música y Danza de Granada
  109. ^ Música Antigua Aranjuez
  110. ^ Musica Antigua Aracena
  111. ^ Festival Internacional de Música Antigua de Xàtiva
  112. ^ Palladium Baroque
  113. ^ Stockholm Early Music Festival
  114. ^ Drottningholms Slottsteater
  115. ^ Göteborg International Organ Academy
  116. ^ Söderköpings Gästabud
  117. ^ Early Music Festival - La Folia
  118. ^ Festival Alte Musik Zürich (German)
  119. ^ Festival Bach de Lausanne
  120. ^ Festival Bach de Lausanne (in French)
  121. ^ Birmingham Early Music Festival
  122. ^ Leicester Early Music Festival
  123. ^ Lufthansa Festival of Baroque Music
  124. ^ Greenwich Early Music Festival
  125. ^ London Handel Festival
  126. ^ Beverley and East Riding Early Music Festival
  127. ^ Spitalfields Festival
  128. ^ Cotswold Early Music Festival
  129. ^ Amherst Early Music Festival
  130. ^ Bloomington Early Music Festival
  131. ^ Indianapolis Early Music Festival
  132. ^ Washington Early Music Festival
  133. ^ New York Early Music Celebration
  134. ^ Madison Early Music Festival
  135. ^ Texas Toot - The Texas Early Music Festival
  136. ^ Carmel Bach Festival
  137. ^ Santa Cruz Baroque Festival

Festival Opera Barocca

External links

  • "List of Early Music concerts in France". Medieval.org. 
    • "Main Early Music Festivals in France and Europe". Medieval.org. 
  • "German Music Guide - Festivals - Early Music". Goethe-Institut. 
  • "Early Music Festivals". NewOlde.com. 
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