The Gesualdo Six joins REMA

We are delighted to share that we have been selected as a new member of REMA, the European Early Music Network.

REMA was created in France, in 2000, and has a dual objective: to promote Early Music and to help raise its profile in Europe.

The Gesualdo Six was first formed for a performance of Carlo Gesualdo’s Tenebrae Responsories in Cambridge, and our passion for early music has continued to stay at the heart of all our work as an ensemble: from our programming and recordings, to our education workshops, to research projects and our social media content. 

REMA said of the applications:

“Picking from the many deserving candidates who would join the network this year was not an easy task, with so many incredible projects and proposals available. So, after many careful considerations of diversity of profile and activities, and of the limits of what is a manageable and sustainable growth for the network, the REMA Board finally agreed on a list!”

We are incredibly excited to be part of this network of Early Music Professionals and to have the opportunity to build and develop partnerships and explore possibilities for collaboration within the REMA network. We have no doubt that this will help us to further our aims to promote the early music we perform to a wider audience.

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