Register for REMA Early Music Regional Meeting in Dublin

REMA opens the conversation with the Irish Early Music sector in Dublin, on Friday, 25 and Saturday, 26 November 2022!

Open to all Early Music professionals of Ireland, this event aims to provide a meeting place for the different branches of the field, and to address common challenges, as well as to facilitate the circulation of projects and initiatives at a national and regional level.

Register before Wednesday, November 16 2022. Application form here.

More information and schedule here.

On 26 November, at the invitation of the Irish Baroque Orchestra and in partnership with Ardee Baroque Festival and the National Concert Hall, REMA strikes up a conversation between promoters, ensembles, and education organisations, to work on the structure of the sector at the national level, mobilize and connect all its actors in the field of performance, research, concert promotion and education, during a full day of panels, workshops, networking and music.

On 25 November, as a grand opening for the conference, the 2022 REMA Awards Ceremony will take place in the National Concert Hall. On that day, the conference’s participants can also register for an exclusive visit of the manuscript of Handel’s Messiah in Marsh’s Library.

Please note that:

Some activities have a limited number of places, and participants will be notified by email ahead of the event.

Meals are offered by REMA; cancellation is  up to seven days prior to the event, by sending an email to

Participants may choose between two concerts on 26 November: IBO in Ardee (bus trip and concert ticket covered by REMA on registration) and CCI in Dublin (participants must purchase their own tickets).