About Brighton Early Music Festival
Considered a leading force in early music, Brighton Early Music Festival (BREMF) runs one of the most significant early music festivals in the UK.
“arguably the best showcase of early music in the country”
Classical Music Magazine
BREMF is an exciting hub for creativity and provides a platform to showcase emerging talent alongside the finest artists within the early music sector. The focal point of our work is an annual autumn festival of events, reaching over 6000 people.
Throughout the year, we mentor young artists and provide opportunities for experimentation and equip them with valuable career skills. Our outreach programme takes live music into Brighton & Hove schools - reaching over 1200 children each year - and the wider community where we collaborate with local venues to deliver pop-up events and open-mic nights.
Underpinning our work is the desire to:
- showcase the brightest talent in the early music sector
- provide a seedbed of creativity for young artists to incubate pioneering new work
- engage, inspire & connect with audiences through a programme of high quality performances and collaborations with other arts forms
- embed our work in the local community through volunteer engagement and forging partnerships to extend our reach within the region.
Brighton Early Music Festival Registered charity number 1097288