Displaying all posts tagged with israel

Nicaragua: About those “Nicaragua Shoes”…

How the memory of an old pair of shoes became relevant once again. [Read more after the jump.]

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Links: Alamire, Nicholas Mulroy, Helmut Rilling, and Le Poeme Harmonique

A ten-year project to record three centuries worth of early English choral music, a British tenor to sing Bach with the Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra, a distinguished German conductor receives the Karajan Music Prize, and a French ensemble performs in Istanbul. [Read more after the jump.]

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“We are a Baroque society”

Thomas S. Harrington forms a connection between Early Modern Iberia and today’s political atmosphere. [Read more after the jump.]

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More Concert Review Links: Roberto Gini in Israel and Christina Pluhar in LA

Early English music on the outskirts of Jerusalem and crossover Baroque at Walt Disney Concert Hall. [Read more after the jump.]

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Links: Roberto Gini, Elin Manahan Thomas, and Jolle Greenleaf

An Italian conductor visits Israel, a Welsh soprano balances life’s many demands, and the origins of a New York City period ensemble. [Read more after the jump.]

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Links: Scarlatti in Jerusalem, Vivaldi Discovery in London, and Organ Matters in NYC

Early music links of note. [Read more after the jump.]

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