Displaying all posts tagged with george frideric handel

Gramophone Awards 2011 in Early Music

The Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, La Risonanza, and I Fagiolini are given a highly-coveted award. [Read more after the jump.]

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“Handel for Harry Potter fans”

“Rinaldo” at Glyndebourne. [Read more after the jump.]

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Video: Ann Hallenberg Sings Handel

Aria “Dopo notte” from the opera “Ariodante.” [Watch after the jump.]

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Bach and Handel Fight Crime in New York City

Keep loitering down to a minimum with Baroque music. [Read more after the jump.]

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Video: Soprano Claron McFadden at TEDxAmsterdam

A world-class singer known for her interpretation of early and new music. [Watch after the jump.]

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More Links: Nefes Ensemble, Handel and Haydn Society, and Rebel

Turkish music in Sydney, student choristers in Handel’s “Israel in Egypt,” and an in-depth look at one of America’s most prominent Baroque groups. [Read more after the jump.]

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Concert Review Links: Handel and Haydn Society, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, and Andreas Scholl

Mozart, Haydn, and Beethoven (Boston), C.P.E. Bach (New York City), and Purcell and Handel (Australia). [Read more after the jump.]

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CD Review Links: Handel Arias, Blow Venus & Adonis, and Mozart Symphonies

Performances by Le Concert d’Astrée (Virgin), Theatre of the Ayre (Wigmore Hall Live), and English Baroque Soloists (SDG). [Read more after the jump.]

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Video: The English Concert Performs Handel

The complete “Messiah,” HWV 56. [Watch after the jump.]

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Christian Curnyn on Handel’s Partenope

A brief explanation of the opera’s title character. [Read more after the jump.]

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