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Instrument: Harpsichord

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MunichFestkonzert in Schloss Nymphenburg

Festkonzert in Schloss Nymphenburg
Mendelssohn, Mozart, Brahms, Strauss I
Munich Residenz Solisten; Andreas Skouras

VarazdinGreat works of Baroque music

Masato Suzuki, Harpsichord

VarazdinCroatian musical heritage

Kimiko Nakazawa; Goran Končar; Ljerka Končar; Pavao Mašić

ZürichA Baroque Journey

© Tibor Bozi
Ortiz, Handel, Falconieri, von Westhoff, Matteis, Vivaldi, Traditional, Leclair, Uccellini
Daniel Hope; Simos Papanas; Nicola Mosca; Emanuele Forni

AsconaMahan Esfahani

Mahan Esfahani
Frescobaldi, Bach
Mahan Esfahani, Harpsichord

GrazElb-Philharmonie

© Werner Kmetitsch
Telemann, Bach, Bach C.P.E., Handel
Christian Binde; Eva-Maria Pollerus; recreationBAROCK

LondonA Musical Offering

Buxtehude, Telemann, Bach
The Bach Players; Marion Moonen; Nicolette Moonen; Reiko Ichise
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Variations on brilliance: the ACO in Sydney

Members of the ACO © Gary Heery
The title of the latest programme by the Australian Chamber Orchestra is simply: Goldberg Variations. While Bernard Labadie’s ingenious arrangement of JS Bach’s Goldberg Variations for string orchestra takes up all of the second half of the programme, the first half was no less interesting.
*****
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Captivating command and a striking Risser première from Jean Rondeau

Jean Rondeau © Baghir
A striking première by Eve Risser following Jean Rondeau’s captivating display of the virtuosic heights of French Baroque harpsichord writing.
****1
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Gala Concert at Göttingen International Handel Festival proves a hit

Christ Church Cathedral Choir, FestspielOrchester Göttingen and soloists © Alciro Theodoro da Silva
This year’s Gala Conzert at Göttingen featured two different works not commonly heard and certainly not together, with excellent soloists and the Christ Church Cathedral Choir
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Witty Poulenc and gigantic Rachmaninov from The Cleveland Orchestra

Stephane Deneve © Uwe Ditz
Jory Vinikour was the soloist for Poulenc’s rarely heard Concert champêtre. A performance of Rachmaninov's Symphony no. 2, in which thrilling excess ruled, completed the program.
***11
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Thrilling Bach from Mahan Esfahani at Wigmore Hall

Mahan Esfahani © Kaja Smith
To reach the mother lode of Bach's keyboard music, you have to listen to it on harpsichord, and today, no performer embodies that mother lode more than Mahan Esfahani.
****1
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Mahan Esfahani's Prague tribute to Zuzana Růžičková

Mahan Esfahani and Tomáš Jamník © Anežka Horová
Czech harpsichord legend Zuzana Růžičková would have turned 91 on 14 January, making it an ideal night for a tribute concert featuring one of her star pupils, Iranian-American harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani. As he noted in brief remarks sandwiched between rousing renditions of Bach, “When she died, I lost a great teacher. But this country lost part of its history.

Maurice Steger thrills with his virtuosic wizardry

Maurice Steger © Marco Borggreve
Maurice Steger brought this essential but under-represented instrument from Renaissance and Baroque chamber and ensumble music to a mainstream concert hall. 
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