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HalleUngeschrieben: Händel und die Improvisation

Handel
Ensemble all'improvviso; Martin Erhardt

HalleCorona Aurea. Myths of light

Handel, Locke, Jarzębski, Scheidt, Valderrabano
Paweł Miczka; Alon Portal; Claudius Kamp

OranjewoudDélices de France

Délices de France
Leclair, Corbetta, Hotteterre, D'Anglebert, Rebel, Couperin, Philidor
Ensemble Cordevento; Erik Bosgraaf; Izhar Elias

HalleLicht und Schatten in der Hirtenwelt

Uccellini, Telemann, Handel
Raimar Orlovsky; Marie-Luise Werneburg; Saskia Fikentscher; Concerto Melante

DubrovnikSmall Gifts of Heaven

Bach, Vivaldi, Handel
Dorothee Oberlinger; Andreas Scholl; Ensemble 1700

AmsterdamBeethoven's Piano Concerto no. 5

© Marco Borggreve
Wagner, Beethoven, Tsoupaki, Debussy
Netherlands Radio Philharmonic; Markus Stenz; Lars Vogt; Erik Bosgraaf; Matthijs Koene

Hong KongDiscover Baroque

Telemann, Vivaldi, Bach, Blavet, Rebel
Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra; Benjamin Bayl; Lucie Horsch
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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

John Butt © David Barbour
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

Maurice Steger © Marco Borggreve
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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Combatting the elements – and winning: Combattimento Consort Amsterdam

Jan Willem de Vriend
The Concertgebouw has been celebrating its 125th anniversary throughout 2013. On the darkest, rainiest Sunday evening in months, the Combattimento Consort Amsterdam defied the oncoming winter with a joyous, exuberant performance, one of a series of special celebratory concerts for this jubilee year.
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Ensemble Amorpha presents a program of new Swiss works at Kings Place

The current state of contemporary classical composition is a bit muddled. There are a wide variety of styles and approaches out there, and no consensus on where the cutting edge is to be found. Ensembles dedicated to performing new music must find a way to make sense of it all.
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