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Composer: Hasse, Johann Adolf (1699-1783)

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Year of birth1699
Year of death1783
April 2019
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LondonFarinelli Spotlight Concert

Farinelli Spotlight Concert
Araia, Porpora, Giacomelli, Hasse, Vinci, Leo, Galuppi, Ariosti, Broschi
Ian Peter Bugeja; Les Bougies Baroques; Piotr Jordan; Maria Ostroukhova; Cenk Karaferya

DortmundGender Stories

© Ribalta Luce
Handel, Hasse, Galuppi
Wolfgang Katschner; Vivica Genaux; Lawrence Zazzo; Lautten Compagney

LondonIl Pomo d’Oro / Edgar Moreau

Handel, Platti, Durante, Tartini, Hasse, Corelli, Boccherini
Maxim Emelyanychev; Il pomo d'oro; Edgar Moreau

New York CityIl Pomo d’Oro

Hasse, Platti, Durante, Vivaldi, Telemann, Boccherini
Il pomo d'oro

HamburgJordi Savall

Marcabru, Dufay, Janequin, Rossi, Willaert, Brudieu, Goudimel, Monteverdi, Vivaldi, Mozart, Hasse
Le Concert des Nations; La capella Reial de Catalunya; Hespèrion XXI; Orientalisches Instrumentalensemble; Orthodox-Byzantine Vocal Ensemble
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Vivica Genaux and Sydney's Pinchgut wow Melbourne

Vivica Genaux and Erin Helyard © Albert Comper
Vivica Genaux enjoys huge success in a Melbourne concert of Baroque delights, the first venture of Sydney's Pinchgut Opera Company outside its home turf.
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Hasse's Artaserse receives its Australian première

Vivica Genaux (Mandane) and David Hansen (Arbace) © Brett Boardman
Perhaps Pinchgut Opera's finest production to date, a brave presentation of a classic Baroque opera, little heard in Australia apart from Handel, benefits from the star presence of Vivca Genaux in splendid form.
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Modern Queens: Anna Prohaska at the Proms

Anna Prohaska, Giovanni Antonini and Il giardino armonico © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Anna Prohaska reigns supreme in programme of Cleopatra and Dido-inspired Baroque arias in her late night Prom.
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Hasse’s Artaserse in Munich: an unusual pasticcio

Anja Silja (Wilhelmine von Bayreuth), Pauline Rinvet (Sister) and Kathrin Zukowsk (Brother) © Jean-Marc Turmes
Hasse’s Artaserse in Munich was a pasticcio using music from that work to tell the story of Wilhelmine von Bayreuth and to celebrate of Anja Silja. 
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An homage to Wilhelmine von Bayreuth with Hasse's Artaserse

Natalya Boeva © Zsófia Pályi, Budapest Spring Festival
In a pasticcio of Hasse’s Artaserse and Ezio, director Balázs Kovalik and the students of the Theaterakademie August Everding stage the life of Wilhelmine von Bayreuth.
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