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LondonManchester Collective: Heavy Metal

Tabakova, Nobuto, Gordon, Gainsborough (Vessel), Dessner
Rakhi Singh; Manchester Collective; Wang Beibei

LondonBach The European: Bach And Incarnation

Royal Academy of Music
Bach: Christmas Oratorio, BWV248
Royal Academy of Music Symphony Orchestra; Iain Ledingham; Royal Academy of Music Chorus

BristolMessiah Part 1

Handel: Messiah
Hilary Campbell; Bristol Choral Society; Bristol Ensemble; Charlotte Mobbs; Martha McLorinan

LondonL'Arpeggiata/Christina Pluhar: Monteverdi's Vespers

Monteverdi: Vespro della Beata Vergine "Vespers of the Blessed Virgin" (1610)
Christina Pluhar; L'Arpeggiata

ZürichNordische Weihnacht— Daniel Hope

Sibelius, Nielsen, Berlin, Jones, Wells, Martin, Traditional
Zurich Chamber Orchestra; Daniel Hope

BrusselsDrumming Live

La Monnaie De Munt
Reich: Drumming
Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker; Rosas; Jan Versweyveld; Dries Van Noten; Gerrit Nulens

Santiago de CompostelaDesde el Olimpo

Beethoven, Handel, Gluck, Mozart
Real Filharmonía de Galicia; Maximino Zumalave; Christian Gil-Borelli
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Harry Bicket and The English Concert bring Vivaldi to Caramoor

A selection from L'estro armonico performed in the Music Room in the Rosen House at Caramoor.
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For the finale in Valtice, a Vivaldi feast from Europa Galante

Fabio Biondi and his Europe Galante players offer an enlightening look at the last chapter in the composer's career.
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Experiments in Opera returns with a strange story of resurrection

Soprano Gelsey Bell instilled a very human spirit into the role of the troubled widow. The decidedly formal Jeffrey Gavett was well cast as the dead man. Their duets rang with perfection. 

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Baroque given a Russian thrill in Edinburgh

Maxim Emelyanychev and violinist Dmitry Sinkovsky provided Russian thrills in a baroque programme with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra on top form.

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L’Arpeggiata brings the spirit of Italian Baroque to Enescu Festival

A radiant chemistry between Céline Scheen and Philippe Jaroussky is evident in an evening of Caldara and Pergolesi in Bucharest. 
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Music by non-dead people: Manchester Collective at the Proms

Six pieces, all of them different, all of them new to the Proms, most by living composers, and all played superbly. A great contemporary music Prom.
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Thomas Oliemans in heartfelt chansons at the Concertgebouw

Baritone and pianist Thomas Oliemans demonstrated his love of the French chanson accompanied by the richly layered strings of the Amsterdam Sinfonietta.
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