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Artiste: Rowan Pierce

Spectacles à venirEn voir plus...

LondresProm 55: Jephtha

Haendel: Jephtha
Allan Clayton; Jeanine De Bique; Hilary Summers; Tim Mead

LondresPurcell: King Arthur

Purcell: King Arthur
Paul McCreesh; Gabrieli Consort & Players; Anna Dennis; Mhairi Lawson; Rowan Pierce

LondresVivaldi and Pergolesi: Sacred Baroque

Vivaldi and Pergolesi: Sacred Baroque
Pergolesi, Vivaldi
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment; Katherine Watson; Iestyn Davies; Rowan Pierce; Choir of the Age of Enlightenment

Los AngelesAcademy of Ancient Music

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

PooleBSO: Handel's Messiah

BSO: Handel's Messiah
Haendel: Le Messie
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; Kirill Karabits; Rowan Pierce; Jake Arditti; Anthony Gregory; Jacques Imbrailo
Critiques récentesEn voir plus...

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.

Pure melody and riotous entertainment: ENO's Paul Bunyan

Elgan Llŷr Thomas (Johnny Inkslinger) © Lloyd Winters
The American Dream hits Ally Pally in a vivacious performance of Britten's eclectic operetta, headlined by an ENO chorus who knock it out of the park.

Simon McBurney's Magic Flute makes a joyous return to ENO

Thomas Oliemans (Papageno) © Donald Cooper
Simon McBurney's production of The Magic Flute continues to delight and this revival benefits from a strong cast, led by the superb Lucy Crowe as Pamina.

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.

New world created in old music hall: Paul Bunyan at Wilton's

Elgan Llŷr Thomas (Johnny Inkslinger) © Genevieve Girling
Not since Monty Python has there been more fun with a chorus of lumberjacks.