CE inspires! Based on our recent approach, we not only focus on European music, but also on the connection between different genres by merging music and art. Within the Camerata Europaea (CE) programmes, music, art, culture, and lifestyle each find their own and unique place.

By emphasizing the cultural dialogue we facilitate the access to art and music in our daily lives. The diverse events take the audience on an experimental and innovative journey through European cultures and artists, which enrich our lives with their charism and take an influence on our environment, are portrayed.  

Additionally, our calendar now presents – next to the CE-concerts, which are committed to the issues addressed by the 2014-2020 European Agenda for Culture – selected events with European contexts. more

The universal language of music carries out and conveys to the audience all around Europe the ideas and values of the CE, through traditional and contemporary compositions. The flexibility of the artists promotes new messages and expression possibilities and establishes the power and influence of music and art in Europe.   

Saturday 08.10.2016, 8.00 pm | Brixen, cathedral | Brixen, Italy
As part of the artistic series "Music and Church" on the occasion of the symposium 2016: "Religious - Agnostics - Humanists"
Works by Wolfgang A. Mozart and Georg Friedrich Haas
Info and tickets at: www.musik-kirche.it

Sunday 09.10.2016, 7.00 pm | Goetzens, Church of Pilgrimage | Goetzens, Austria
As part of the artistic series "Cultura Sacra"
Works by Wolfgang A. Mozart and Georg Friedrich Haas
Info and Tickets at: www.cultura-sacra.at 
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The European situation with its current crisis and problems inspired Camerata Europaea (CE) through the diversity of music and visual arts to create a program under the motto 'BORDERLESS' with the intention to overcome and to break down boundaries. With an interdisciplinary approach the extensive program of CE stages the encounter and fusion of music, performance, new media and improvisation. Concerts, movies, interpretations, lectures and panels subserve both the audience and the artists to gain innovative impressions and discover new excitingly facets for oneself.

October 29+30, 2016, 3.00-10.00+ pm | Haus Vier und Einzig | Innsbruck, Austria
Music, performance, dance, film, lecture, panel, exhibition
Admission 20 €, | reduced admission 10 € | Day ticket: 30 €
Tickets at: oeticket.comtickets@camerata.euonline application and at the box office

With the kind support of the Cultural Office Innsbruck and the Government of Tyrol 
In cooperation with Trisual Media Austria and ArtEZ – University of the Arts Netherlands more

Daniel Renner is an exceptional, international choreographer and dance lecturer, whose Masterclasses are taking place on 29th and 30th October 2016, during the Festival of Culture in Innsbruck, Austria. Daniel Renner is the inventor of roundcorner, a dance and movement technique in which modern ballet, urban and modern dance are united in a unique dance style, the “roundcorner movement-composition principles”.

Daniel Renner studied Dance and Choreography in the International University Codarts in Rotterdam (NL). From 1999 until 2010 he worked as a dance lecturer and choreographer in the University ArtEZ in Arnhem (NL). In 2003 he won in The Place, in London the European Young Choreographer Robin Howard Award. He also worked as choreographer with the Dutch National Ballet, the Nederlands Dans Theater (NDT) and his own Dance Company Roundcorner Dance Company in all over Europe, Canada, Russia and South Afrika.
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From January 15, 2017 the following vacancies are being announced: 

  • An internship in the field of Cultural Management
  • An internship in the field of Press & PR
  • An internship in the field of Graphic Design
  • An internship in the field of Cultural & Linguistics 
  • An internship in the field of Musicology
  • An internship in the field of Orchestral Management
  • An internship in the field of Marketing

Please send your portfolio to Camerata Europaea per E-mail at info@camerata.eu or to Camerata Innsbruck at inns@camerata.eu. more

The Academy of Camerata Europaea (CE) invites young artists (age limit between 18 and 35 years by the date of application) to participate in a series of concerts, that will be held by CAMERATA EUROPÆA YOUTH (CE-YOUTH) on the artistic season 2017/2018 in Europe. The open call is in the following individual instruments:

Violin, Viola, Cello, Double-bass, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon, Horn, Trumpet, Trombone, Percussion

Interested young artists are requested to send the complete application to Camerata Europaea by post or e-mail by May 1, 2017. For any further information please contact us by e-mail at youth@camerata.eu. more

The Camerata Europaea (CE) invites young composers from all over the world to apply for the academy of the Camerata Europaea’s up to one-year promotion scheme Composers in Residence. Participation is possible for students of composition or composers from Europe and overseas who correspond to the aim of the Camerata Europaea to support the development of contemporary music in Europe.

Participants should not have completed the 35th year of age at the deadline of application. Interested composers are requested to send the complete application to Camerata Europaea by post, fax or e-mail until June 30, 2017. more

The Camerata Europaea (CE) and its artistic director Maria Makraki invite young artists from all over the world to apply for the academy of the Camerata Europaea’s up to one-year promotion scheme Artists in Residence. Participation is possible for artists from Europe and overseas who correspond to the aim of the Camerata Europaea to support the development of contemporary music in Europe. Programme highlight is invariably a solo performances by alternating musicians with the CE-Ensembles. The Artists in Residence programme provides artists with the opportunity to perform works by different genres, such as music, visual arts or acting. 

Participants should not have completed the 35th year of age at the deadline of application. Interested artists are requested to send the complete application to Camerata Europaea by post, fax or e-mail until June 30, 2017. more

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