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StockholmOrpheus’ Treasure Trove – Passion in Naples

Porpora, Scarlatti, Duni, Auletta, Leo, Lanzetti
Musicians from Orpheus Baroque Stockholm; Anna Paradiso Laurin; Elin Gabrielsson; Emma Nyman

New York CityTENEbrae: Lagrime di San Pietro

de Lassus: Lagrime di San Pietro
Jolle Greenleaf; Elisa Sutherland; Laura Pudwell; Jason McStoots

HalleAd Álgea

Handel, Purcell
Josep Maria Martí Duran, Theorbo

ZurichThe Royal Consort

Lawes, Locke, Coleman
Daniel Kagerer; Yuko Arakaki; Christof Mohr; Dieter Lange

DortmundBiber: Rosenkranzsonatas

Biber: Rosenkranzsonatas
Mayumi Hirasaki; Jan Freiheit; Michael Freimuth

ParisPhilippe Jaroussky / L’Arpeggiata / Christina Pluhar

Boësset, Bataille, de Bailly, Guedron, Moulinié, Lambert, Monteverdi, Rossi, Purcell
Christina Pluhar; Philippe Jaroussky; L'Arpeggiata

ViennaLa Centifolia / Schayegh

Merula, Matteis, Bertali, Schop, Purcell, Capricornus, Corelli, Biber, Strungk
Leila Schöneich; La Centifolia; Eva Saladin; Daniele Caminiti; Jonathan Pesek
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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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La Fenice reopens its doors with Vivaldi's first opera

The lack of a curtain has forced the director to employ a new inventiveness, if only with partially success.
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Almira's Songbook: Handel meets the world of Spanish music

A mix of arias from Handel's first opera with music from Renaissance and Baroque Spain with an accomplished group of performers provides a rich and satisfying experience.
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The Doctor Who of music: Jordi Savall at SJSS

Hespèrion XXI dazzle us with virtuosity as they celebrate musical Europe in the heart of Westminster.
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Brecon Baroque celebrates women composers

Thanks to the dedicated work of scholars and practitioners in the field, in the last decade, audiences in London have become relatively familiar with the music of female composers in the Baroque period.
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O/MODƏRNT at Wigmore Hall: A descent into melodrama

Conceptually, the programme of descending and rising fourths offered a real treat: in practice, the musicians' skill was in danger of being lost as they attempted to recover from their opening gimmickry.
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Myth, polkas and folksong to celebrate Finnish Independence

A talented ensemble proves pays testament to the heritage, vitality and continuing inventiveness of Finnish folk music. 
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