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LondonManchester Collective: Heavy Metal

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

GothenburgPioneer: For the first time

Göteborgs Symfoniker (GBP)
Sandgren, Saariaho, Gille, Furrer
Rei Munakata; Gageego!

PragueAdvent Concert II

Zelba, Traditional
Czech Philharmonic Cimbalom Ensemble; Zdeněk Zelba; Václav Prudil; Jan Jouza

New York CitySō Percussion and Friends

Carnegie Hall Corporation
Talifero, Joachim, Shaw, Treuting
Sō Percussion; Nathalie Joachim; Dawn Upshaw; Gilbert Kalish


Handel: Messiah
Greg Morris; Collegium Musicum of London Chamber Choir; Temple Players; Augusta Hebbert; Robin Blaze

BarcelonaJordi Savall: Beethoven's 8th & 9th

Le Concert des Nations; Lluis Vilamajó; Sara Gouzy; Laila Salome Fischer; Mingjie Lei; Manuel Walser


National Forum of Music Wroclaw
Andrzej Kosendiak; Unknown; NFM Choir; NFM Boys' Choir; Wroclaw Baroque Orchestra
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An Arvo Pärt premiere stops time in a 2,000-year-old temple

O Holy Father Nicholas receives its moving premiere in the The Temple of Dendur gallery in New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art. 

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Cecilia Bartoli delivers in Italian Baroque at the Lucerne Festival

Les Musiciens du Prince confirm their status as one of the most interesting Baroque ensembles in a concert led by Gianluca Capuano, with soloists Cecilia Bartoli, Carlo Vistoli and Jean-Marc Goujon.
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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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Porpora's L'Angelica is a love triangle in Martina Franca

A masterpiece from one of the Neapolitan School's most important protagonists, this rarely heard opera is musically rewarding but confusingly staged.
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Scarlatti's Griselda at Martina Franca

A swan song of the early Baroque opera seria, Scarlatti's final opera flourishes at a festival that specialises in rarely performed works.
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A true Trionfo in Salzburg

A new, insightful production by Robert Carsen gives life to Handel’s early oratorio at the Salzburg Whitsun Festival, with a magnificent cast led by Cecilia Bartoli.
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Threepenny Opera suffers under the weight of its own ambitions

The live-streamed production of Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill’s The Threepenny Opera sought to reinvent for online presentation but ended up uneven and overly busy.

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