Concert Reviews Linked: Mortensen in Berkeley, Quintiliani in Boston, and O’Dette in NYC



A few early music links of note.

  • Bach in the Bay Area: Harpsichordist Lars Ulrik Mortensen, soprano Maria Keohane, and the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra stun the audience with an all-Bach program.
  • Verdi Soprano Explores Cherubini and Beethoven: Barbara Quintiliani appeared with Boston Baroque (Martin Pearlman, dir.) in a program of dramatic arias by Luigi Cherubini and Ludwig van Beethoven.
  • 16th-Century Lute Music Delivers: Distiguished lutenist Paul O’Dette performed Marco dall’Aquila, Alberto Ripa da Mantova, and Francesco da Milano.

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