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Intérprete: Emőke Baráth

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BudapestNew year's concert - Haydn: The Creation

New year's concert - Haydn: The Creation
Haydn: La Creación (Die Schöpfung), Hob XXI:2
Concentus Musicus Wien; Ádám Fischer; Emőke Baráth; Dávid Szigetvári; Thomas E. Bauer; Purcell Choir

MúnichCastor et PolluxNew production

Castor et Pollux
Rameau: Castor et Pollux
Ivor Bolton; Hans Neuenfels; Bayerische Staatsoper; Philipp Fürhofer; Reinhard von der Thannen; Emőke Baráth; Alix Le Saux

VienaRodrigo (konzertant)

Handel: Rodrigo
Thibault Noally; Theater an der Wien; Vivica Genaux; Emőke Baráth; Julia Lezhneva; Emiliano Gonzalez Toro

BudapestBaroque concert: Vivaldi

Vivaldi: La Senna festeggiante in C major, RV693
Orquesta del Festival de Budapest; Jonathan Cohen; Emőke Baráth; Anna Reinhold; Brindley Sherratt

ParísRequiem

Mozart, Albrechtsberger, Werner
Orfeo Orchestra; György Vashegyi; Emőke Baráth; Anthea Pichanick; Zachary Wilder; István Kovács
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Großmacht des Barock: Start der Essener Ivor Bolton-Residenz

Allan Clayton © Sim Canetty-Clarke
Ivor Bolton bescherte dem Publikum in seiner Lesart der musikalischen Zwitterwesen Cäcilienode und Alexanderfest mit den Ensembles und Solisten einen Einstand nach Maß.

La froide élégance à la française du National au TCE

Emőke Baráth © Szofia Raffay / Erato Warner Classics
Au TCE, le National manque de conviction pour défendre Fauré et Dutilleux. On retiendra plutôt un Stabat Mater de Poulenc transcendé par Emőke Baráth, touchée par la grâce.

Orfeo meets the Bacchae: Monteverdi with a twist in Budapest

La favola d'Orfeo © Judit Horváth
Iván Fischer’s take on Monteverdi’s opera offers a radical rewriting within the trappings of a traditional staging.

Enescu Festival sheds light on another 18th-century gem

Delphine Galou © Andrada Pavel
In the Bucharest performance, the individual vocal contributions were consistently good, with some really standing out.

Demons and monsters: Rameau at the Boston Early Music Festival

Pierre-François Dollé and Caroline Copeland © Kathy Wittman
The Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra led by Robert Mealy, with soprano Emőke Baráth and dancers Caroline Copeland and Pierre-François Dollé, showcase Rameau's vitality and originality.