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Composer: Bach, Johann Christian (1735-1782)

August 2018
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SingaporeVCH Organ Series: Thomas Trotter - Arrival, 1819

Bach, Schumann, Ginastera, Liszt, Bach J. C., Best, Holst, Elgar
Thomas Trotter, Organ

CáceresConcierto de cámara 3

Concierto de cámara 3
Fasch, Bach J. C., Mozart
Orquesta de Extremadura; Sergio Azzolini; José Martí

ArundelSouth Stoke Series: L’Europe Galante

Vivaldi, Bach, Bach J. C., Fasch, Telemann
Amelia Shakespeare; Iain Hall; Abel Balazs; Jonathan Bougt

ArundelSouth Stoke Series: A Summer Serenade

Bach J. C., Mozart, Beethoven, Weber
Unknown; Colin Lawson; Elliot Gresty; Tom Pollock

LondonStrikes like a Thunderbolt

Handel, Bach J. C., Mozart
Heather Tomala; Nathaniel Mander
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A delicate balance to strike

Kristian Bezuidenhout © Marco Borggreve
An evening at the Wigmore Hall with the fabulous Freiburg Baroque Orchestra and fortepiano star Kristian Bezuidenhout in the keyboard concertos of CPE Bach and Mozart. What could go wrong? 
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Orpheus and Zuckerman perform an eclectic set

Orpheus Chamber Orchestra © Matt Dine
The conductorless  Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and violinist Pinchas Zuckerman, however, presented an evening of music loosely connected across several centuries, effectively pressing shuffle on the classical music jukebox.  
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Magnificent Magnificats from Arcangelo

Jonathan Cohen © Marco Borggreve
Five star reviews are flowing Arcangelo’s way. It’s easy to see why. Five years after it was founded by Jonathan Cohen, the quality of this zestful ensemble just keeps soaring. 

Bridging Baroque to Classical in Cleveland

Nicholas McGegan
The orchestra's principal cellist Mark Kosower gave a performance of Haydn's Concerto in C notable for its transparency and grace at this late summer Blossom Festival concert.
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A worthy revival of J.C. Bach's Adriano in Siria

Rowan Hellier © andystaplesphotography.com
J.C. Bach's opera Adriano in Siria, set to a popular libretto by Metastasio, was first performed in London in January 1765 when the nine-year-old Mozart was in town.
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