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The future of Early Music in questions
30 November / 03 December 2023
BOZAR Brussels and Concertgebouw Bruges, Belgium

“Art is supposed to be enigmatic. Art asks questions. Questions that may not be answered”
John Maeda, Designing for simplicity, TEDGlobal 2012

How does our music sound? When will we all be really connected? Where is innovation taking Early Music?
Who will be your next Early Music crush? Which of your projects are you proud of? Where do we go now?
What should we play next? How does music from the past meet expectations of the present?

The aim of the second edition of the Early Music Summit is to shape the future of the entire Early Music world.
Is there a better way to do that than to start asking questions?

The visual layout is an evolution of the 2020 project, playing with the same colors (red, black, and white)
and friezes. The main element is a question mark, emphasizing the importance of questions to keep
curiosity alive. It's an inflatable question mark, symbolizing the idea of air (=music) as something that
keeps us alive, but also the idea of a voice speaking, or even the act of singing.
Friezes, which in the 2020 layout were quite rigid and geometrical, are now hand-drawn doodles.
An open eye and a free approach are what is needed to reshape the future of Early Music.
So... What's next?!?

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