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Almira's Songbook: Handel meets the world of Spanish music

Seconda Prat!ca – Chiefs of Music and Queen’s Singers © Alciro Theodoro da Silva
A mix of arias from Handel's first opera with music from Renaissance and Baroque Spain with an accomplished group of performers provides a rich and satisfying experience.
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Quixotic resplendence in Mexico

Raquel Andueza and La Galanía © Cortesísia Festival Internacional Cervantino
From Strauss's tone poem to Telemann's instrumental suite, Don Quixote's winning fantasy has captured the imagination of composers through the ages. 
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Rolf Lislevand takes the Salzburg Whitsun Festival by storm

The Rolf Lislevand Ensemble in a dynamic and invigorating performance of 16th and 17th century music at the Salzburg Whitsun Festival.
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Party like it's the 1690s

Party like it's the 1690s! The CBSO Baroque Ensemble entertains in a programme of joyous dance music. 
***11
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Rolf Lislevand delivers an evening of uplifting early Baroque music at Brussels' Protestant Chapel

Most musicians with an arresting stage presence tend to command attention with an awe-inspiring magnetism. There are, however, a handful who possess a rare ability to mesmerize an audience just as much with a calm and phlegmatic demeanour.
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Rare Baroque jewels shine at Morgan Library with Boston's Tragicomedia

Tragicomedia presented a jewel-box of baroque cantatas at Gilder Lehrman Hall at the Morgan Library Museum. The elite ensemble, directed by Stephen Stubbs, includes some of America’s finest Baroque musicians, who can improvise in the style as well. Friday evening’s concert also featured soprano Shannon Mercer and bass-baritone Douglas Williams.
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Tous les matins du monde, toutes les couleurs du soir : Jordi Savall à la Chapelle de la Trinité

Jordi Savall © David Ignaszewski
Le Retour de Marin Marais et de Monsieur de Sainte-Colombe : douceur et chaleur de la viole de gambe dans un écrin musical exquis, brodé de violon, théorbe, clavecin et guitare baroque.
*****
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