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Artiste: Nicholas McGegan

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ClevelandHummel and Haydn

Schubert, Hummel, Haydn
The Cleveland Orchestra; Nicholas McGegan; Michael Sachs

GlasgowHandel's Messiah

Haendel: Le Messie
Royal Scottish National Orchestra; Nicholas McGegan; Rowan Pierce; Diana Moore; Nicholas Mulroy; William Berger

BaltimoreVivaldi Mandolin Concerto

Haydn, Vivaldi, Bizet
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; Nicholas McGegan; Avi Avital

North BethesdaVivaldi Mandolin Concerto

Haydn, Vivaldi, Bizet
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; Nicholas McGegan; Avi Avital

ParisScylla et GlaucusNew production

© RJ Muna
Leclair: Scylla et Glaucus
Nicholas McGegan; Catherine Turocy; The New York Baroque Dance Company; Véronique Gens; Chantal Santon-Jeffery; Aaron Sheehan; Judith van Wanroij
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Sparkling Mozart in Cleveland

Marc-André Hamelin © Sim Canetty-Clarke
Nicholas McGegan led The Cleveland Orchestra in spirited performances of a Mozart symphony and concerto, the latter with Marc-André Hamelin, and the program was rounded off with suites of music by Rameau and Gluck.

To the field of blood: The Judas Passion

Brenden Gunnell and Roderick Williams © Belinda Lawley
Suffering, forgiveness, and natural brass in a brand new dramatic oratorio

A truly kingly entertainment in Berkeley

Aaron Sheehan (Apollo) © Frank Wing
Cal Performances and Philharmonia Baroque present a lavish modern-day première of the 1745 version of Rameau's Le Temple de la Gloire

Royal Northern Sinfonia's Israel in Egypt

Nicholas McGegan © Steve J. Sherman
Nicholas McGegan leads Royal Northern Sinfonia and Samling soloists through a dramatic and thought-provoking performance of Handel's Israel in Egypt to offer an alternative look at the Easter message of hope. 

Messiah rings in the festive season in Toronto

Nicholas McGegan © Steve J Sherman
English conductor Nicholas McGegan led a responsible reading of Handel's now-classic oratorio, infusing some dramatic and lyrical touches into a largely unruffled evening.