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

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May 2019
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Halle17. Orgelnacht

Gerhard Noetzel; Tobias Fraß; Martin Stephan; Irénée Peyrot

HalleJulius Caesar in ÄgyptenNew production

Handel: Giulio Cesare in Egitto, (Julius Caesar in Egypt) HWV 17
Michael Hofstetter; Peter Konwitschny; Oper Halle; Helmut Brade; Händelfestspielorchester Halle

HalleFeierstunde am Händel-Denkmal

Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg Chamber Orchestra; Clemens Flämig; Stadtsingechor zu Halle; Salzwirker-Brüderschaft im Thale zu Halle

HalleFestkonzert mit Vivica Genaux und Lawrence Zazzo

Wolfgang Katschner; Vivica Genaux; Lawrence Zazzo; Lautten Compagney


David Rabinovich; Siri Karoline Thornhill; Apollo Ensemble

HalleGroßes Chorkonzert

Handel, Bigaglia
Jörg Breiding; Magdalene Harer; Alex Potter; Georg Poplutz; Wolf Matthias Friedrich
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Simply outstanding: Arianna in Creta at the Halle Handel Festival

Francesca Aspromonte (Alceste) and Ann Hallenberg (Teseo) © Thomas Ziegler
A concert performance of Arianna in Creta at the Halle Handel Festival riveted the audience with the towering talent of Ann Hallenberg and uniformly fine singing, acting and playing.
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Rivals: Max Emanuel Cenčić in Halle

Max Emanuel Cenčić © Anna Hoffmann
Max Emanuel Cenčić with Armonia Atenea under George Petrou provide an exciting and satisfying concert at the Halle Handel Festival
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Samson is a great treat at the Halle Handel Festival

The female soloists © Thomas Ziegler
John Butt’s revisitation of the Handel oratorio Samson at the Halle Handel Festival displayed this treasured work in an illuminating and satisfying light.
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A bizarre Berenice at the Halle Handel Festival

Samuel Mariño (Alessandro) © Anna Kolata
A post post-modern production of Berenice threw distraction upon distraction at the audience, but was saved by good singing and orchestral playing.
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Handel's Messiah, 1743 London première version

Messiah in Halle © Stiftung Händel-Haus
The Halle Handel Festival offered a unique opportunity to hear Handel's Messiah in both the Dublin version of 1742 and the London version of 1743 within the space of a week.
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Baroque tenor Juan Sancho at the Halle Handel Festival

Juan Sancho © Juan Sancho
Rising tenor Juan Sancho sang an exciting if slightly thematically odd program, Handel's Seven Deadly Sins, at the Halle Handel Festival
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