From July 25 to August 1, 2015, the Portuguese town of Idanha-a-Velha will host the 5th edition of the CIMA Early Music International Summer Courses. They will offer advanced training, master-classes and workshops and they will open their doors to a wide range of participants: to professionals but also to musicians approaching Baroque Music for the first time.
The charming town of Idanha-a-Velha, candidate to be UNESCO Creative City of Music, represents an inspiring context for the CIMA activities dedicated to early music. The repertoire addressed during this courses will focus on the 17th century Italian influences in Europe and on the music from the French Baroque circle.
CIMA is organised by the early music association MAAC – Música Antiga Associação Cultura and subscription will be possible until the 10th of July 2015 using this form.
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