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Composer: Rameau, Jean-Philippe (1683-1764)

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Year of birth1683
Year of death1764
NationalityFrance
PeriodBaroque
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BambergOrgelkonzert: Transkriptionen und Improvisation

Rameau, Fauré, Ravel, Satie, Poulenc, Debussy, Dutilleux, Florentz, Mechler
Thierry Mechler, Organ

BudapestAnaïs Gaudemard

© Nicolas Mignani
Rameau, Daquin, Renie, Pépin, Hasselmans, de La Presle, Debussy, Smetana, Glinka
Anais Gaudemard, Harp

SingaporeVCH Presents The Modern Man: Mahan Esfahani

Rameau, Lynch, Bryars, Powell, Bach
Mahan Esfahani, Harpsichord

LondonConstellatio Felix: Sun, Stars and Planets

Lully, Zelenka, Handel, Muffat, Pisendel, Telemann, Rameau
European Union Baroque Orchestra; Lars Ulrik Mortensen

ReykjavikAdvent at the Symphony

Rameau, Bach, Mozart
Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Dirk Vermeulen; Hallfríður Ólafsdóttir; Nicola Lolli; Baldvin Oddsson; Felicia Greciuc
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BBC Singers: Fusing French Baroque with Indian dance

Artists from Sanskriti UK and Ankh Dance, Sofi Jeannin, BBC Singers and Academy of Ancient Music © BBC | Mark Allan
New conductor Sofi Jeannin delights with her fresh thinking on choral concerts.
****1
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French Baroque meets modern dance at Drottningholm

Pigmalion © Bengt Wanselius
Saburo Teshigawara sets Rameau’s opéra-ballet Pigmalion as a compelling dance performance
***11
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Captivating command and a striking Risser première from Jean Rondeau

Jean Rondeau © Baghir
A striking première by Eve Risser following Jean Rondeau’s captivating display of the virtuosic heights of French Baroque harpsichord writing.
****1
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O/MODƏRNT at Wigmore Hall: A descent into melodrama

Hugo Ticciati © Marco Borggreve
Conceptually, the programme of descending and rising fourths offered a real treat: in practice, the musicians' skill was in danger of being lost as they attempted to recover from their opening gimmickry.
***11
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Witty Poulenc and gigantic Rachmaninov from The Cleveland Orchestra

Stephane Deneve © Uwe Ditz
Jory Vinikour was the soloist for Poulenc’s rarely heard Concert champêtre. A performance of Rachmaninov's Symphony no. 2, in which thrilling excess ruled, completed the program.
***11
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