Concert Review Links: Ton Koopman, Christina Pluhar, and Richard Egarr

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May
2011

Concert reviews of note. (Click on the news organization to read more.)

  • Guest conductor Koopman leads Cleveland Orchestra on masterful foray into the Baroque (Plain Dealer): An unusual guest produces unexpected results.
  • Jaroussky/L’Arpeggiata/Pluhar (Guardian): A cutting-edge program of 17th-century Spanish and Italian music at Wigmore Hall.
  • With Bach, the Charismatic Richard Egarr Captures Meyerson Hearts (D Magazine): Baroque music led from the piano and harpsichord.

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