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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Göttingen, Germany

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Gala Concert at Göttingen International Handel Festival proves a hit

Christ Church Cathedral Choir, FestspielOrchester Göttingen and soloists © Alciro Theodoro da Silva
This year’s Gala Conzert at Göttingen featured two different works not commonly heard and certainly not together, with excellent soloists and the Christ Church Cathedral Choir
****1
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A stunning Judas Maccabaeus at Göttingen

Kenneth Tarver © Alciro Theodoro da Silva
Laurence Cummings leads the FestspielOrchester Göttingen, the NDR Choir and an exemplary set of soloists led by in a definitive performance of Handel's oratorio.
*****
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Outstanding Brockes-Passion at Göttingen

Sebastian Kohlhepp © Julia Wesely
Brockes-Passion is becoming not quite the performing rarity it once was, and this outstanding performance at the Göttingen Handel Festival this year could hardly be bettered.
*****
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Luther in Worms: a work of its time at Göttingen

Bernd Eberhardt © Anton Säckl
Luther in Worms, Meinardus's paean to the great Reformer, is permeated by the German nationalism of the 1870s.
***11
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Handel's Lotario a hit at Göttingen

Sophie Rennert (Lotario) and Marie Lys (Adelaide) © Alciro Theodoro da Silva
Handel's Opera Lotario is the centrepiece for this year's Göttingen Handel festival, receiving warm acclaim on its opening night.
***11
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Israel in Egypt in Göttingen

Theresia Taube © Göttingen International Handel Festival
Israel in Egypt in this year's Handel Festival in Göttingen provided a somewhat rare opportunity to hear the whole three parts.
***11
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