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LondonViktoria Mullova: Bach & Haydn

Viktoria Mullova: Bach & Haydn
Bach C.P.E., Bach, Haydn
Academy of Ancient Music; Richard Egarr; Viktoria Mullova; James Hall

CambridgeEccles' Semele

Eccles' Semele
Eccles: Semele
Academy of Ancient Music; Julian Perkins; Anna Dennis; Helen Charlston; Richard Burkhard

Los AngelesAcademy of Ancient Music

Clarke, Händel, Corelli, Torelli, Purcell, Bach
Academy of Ancient Music; Rowan Pierce; David Blackadder; Bojan Čičić

CambridgeSacred Cantatas: Bach & the Divine

Sacred Cantatas: Bach & the Divine
Academy of Ancient Music; Masato Suzuki; Benjamin Appl; Leo Duarte

LondonSacred Cantatas: Bach and the Divine

Sacred Cantatas: Bach and the Divine
Academy of Ancient Music; Benjamin Appl; Leo Duarte; Masato Suzuki
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Matrimonial mayhem: Le nozze di Figaro at The Grange Festival

Simona Mihai (Countess Almaviva) and Roberto Lorenzi (Figaro) © Clive Barda
Lloyd-Evans' new production of Mozart's classic might be traditional, but there's no lack of astuteness in his direction of his characters. Problems in the pit hinder an otherwise strong musical performance.

Seasonal gifts from the BBC Singers

Sofi Jeannin © Christophe Abramowitz
The BBC Singers sounded as ecstatically joyful in the first three parts of Bach's seasonal offering in Chelsea. 

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.

Stark and grief-stricken: Dido and Aeneas at the Barbican

Caitlin Hulcup and Rowan Pierce © Mark Allan | Barbican
A semi-staged Dido from the Academy of Ancient Music and the speculative funeral music for a queen.

Agrippina triumphs at The Grange Festival

Anna Bonitatibus (Agrippina) © Robert Workman
A resounding success at its 1709 première, Handel’s Agrippina gripped the ear and dazzled the eye at the Grange Festival in a hugely entertaining and powerful performance.