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Art Laboratory Berlin


We are happy to announce our first interdsciplinary partnership. Art Laboratory Berlin under the guidance of Regine Rapp and Christian de Lutz have since many years presented very exciting projects connecting Science and Arts. They are a rare instance of serious interdisciplinary thinking.


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Ensemble Leones


The young ensemble unites former students of the Schola Cantorum Basel. It specializes in instrumental music of the Middle Ages and Renaissance. It recently issued a wonderful Cd with fantasies by Josquin.


The foundation will cooperate with Leones in the next important project: the recording of chansons by Antoine Busnois with the newly built consort of viols. 


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Ensemble Peñalosa

We hare happy to announce our special partnership with this ensemble specializing in music of the 15th and 16th centuries. In September 2008 we presented the first Renaissance Fesstival in Reutlingen. The final concert was a Slow Listening programme around Ockeghem's chanson and mass Ma maistresse.

The foundation supported this festival also in 2010 and 2012, notably with the performance of Et Ecce Terrae Motus with the participation of Penalosa. 

Schola Stralsundensis


This international ensemble is studying and singing directly from the sources and thus following our slow listening sprinciples. It performs repertoire from the late 15th and 16th cenuries.


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Capella de la Torre

This ensemble, founded in 2005, specializes in the still neglected instrumental music of the Middle Ages and Renaissance.

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Tesori Musicali Toscani

Our most recent partner is promoting the Tuscan musical heritage through concerts and by offering online access to digitalized sources. This organization is located in Pisa and supports research and a music festival during June and July. It is home to the ensemble Auser Musici.

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Ensemble Stimmwerck

Stimmwerck will cooperate with our foundation in future Slow Listening projects.

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Ensemble Amarcord

Ensemble Amarcord has presented the first public appearance of the foundation on April 3, 2005 in Berlin 
The ensemble presented the first project De plus en plus in Berlin, Leipzig Quedlinburg and Neuhardenberg.
Early Music

We are very pleased to announce a new partnership: Early Music certainly is the most important scientific journal in the field. Apart from the major topics you may consult their reviews of books, music, and cds online. In order to do so you will have to subscribe this service. You will find useful links to Early Music in our specific sections.

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Andrea von Braun-Stiftung

This foundation supports the idea of interdisciplinary studies in similar ways as the Goldberg Foundation.
Both our foundations believe in the value of active networking.
You may contact the Andrea v. Braun-Stiftung below

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