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Composer: Porpora, Nicola (1686-1768)

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

SalzburgGala Concert · Farinelli & Friends

Handel, Porpora, Hasse, Broschi
Gianluca Capuano; Rolando Villazón; Julie Fuchs; Patricia Petibon; Sandrine Piau


Porpora: Polifemo
George Petrou; Max Emanuel Cenčić; Yuriy Mynenko; Pavel Kudinov; Julia Lezhneva


Vivaldi, Handel, Porpora
Franck-Emmanuel Comte; Max Emanuel Cenčić; Le Concert de l'Hostel Dieu

Martina Franca Orfeo

Porpora: Orfeo
George Petrou; Massimo Gasparon
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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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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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Porpora's Mitridate at Schloss Schwetzingen

David DQ Lee (Mitridate) and Yasmin Özkan (Semandra) © Sebastian Bühler
Propora's Mitridate at Schloss Schwetzingen lacks dramatic sense (blame librettist Cibber and director Spirei). But exciting music strongly delivered makes a case for more Porpora in the repertoire.
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Porpora's L'Agrippina offers momentary pleasures

An opera only ever performed once, over 300 years ago. Would this be a marvellous revival, or a reminder of why it has been neglected all this time?
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Hallenberg transports Halle audience to Venice

Ann Hallenberg and Maxim Emelyanychev © Thomas Ziegler
Ann Hallenberg dazzles at the Halle Handel Festival with a programme of newly discovered gems from the Venice Carnival of 1729.
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