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The Gentleman's Band; Dorothee Mields; Stefan Temmingh


Mozart, Andriessen, Bach, Szymański, des Prez
Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century; Cappella Amsterdam; Lucie Horsch

AmsterdamLouis Andriessen composes an ode to Frans Brüggen

Mozart, Andriessen, Bach, Szymański, des Prez
Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century; Cappella Amsterdam; Lucie Horsch

Klosters-SerneusMaurice Steger, Christoph Croisé, Il Pomo d'Oro

Wagenseil, Bach C.P.E., Monza, Haydn, Heberle, Mozart
Maurice Steger; Christoph Croisé; Il pomo d'oro

LondonMusical Intervals

Corelli, Dieupart, Handel
Olwen Foulkes; Carina Drury; Toby Carr; Satoko Doi-Luck

Mexico CityMozart, Lara, Shostakovich

Mozart, Lara, Shostakovich
Orquesta de Cámara de Bellas Artes; Ludwig Carrasco; Mónica López Lau

EssenEarly music by candlelight: Dorothee Oberlinger, Peter Kofler

Handel, Telemann, Bach, Corelli, Vivaldi, Caldara, Albinoni
Dorothee Oberlinger; Dmitry Sinkovsky; Marco Testori; Peter Kofler
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Venice Baroque Orchestra dazzles New York on a Day of Champions

Venice Baroque Orchestra © Anna Carmignola
The Venice Baroque Orchestra offers a fast-paced, intense array of 18th-century selections in New York City.
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Stormy passions: The Red Priest and his Muses

Alina Pogostkina © Nikolaj Lund
Anna Maria della Pietà may not be the most celebrated violinists in history, but she inspired Antonio Vivaldi to write some of his finest concertos, two of which were heard in this tribute to three of the Red Priest's muses. 
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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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An elevated baroque affair from the ACO

Richard Tognetti © Paul Henderson
Richard Tognetti brings Baroque masterworks to Melbourne along with the world premiere of Kats-Chernin's new work for strings, Singing Trees.
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Pan-European spirit in Bolzano

Lars Ulrik Mortensen conducts the European Union Baroque Orchestra at Maretsch Castle © Gregor Khuen Belasi
London: a truly European city, a magnet for talented musicians, was brought alive by the European Union Baroque Orchestra at the Bolzano Festival in Italy.
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Ravishing Bach at St John’s with the OAE

Bach: Sacred and Secular became the focus for a creative partnership between Bach scholar John Butt and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.
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Les Violons du Roy offers a bewitching evening of music from 18th century Naples

In Montreal Richard Turp discovers a modern-day Pied Piper of Hamelin, Maurice Steger in music of 18th century Naples accompanied by Les Violons du Roy 
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