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Performer: André Morsch

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HamburgThomas Hengelbrock: Tchaikovsky, Chesnokov, Glazunov, Cui

© Maxim Schulz
Tchaikovsky, Chesnokov, Glazunov, Cui, Saint-Saëns
Thomas Hengelbrock; Balthasar-Neumann-Chor; Balthasar-Neumann-Ensemble; Agnes Kovacs; Roxana Constantinescu

EssenChristmas Oratorio

Bach: Christmas Oratorio, BWV248
B'Rock Orchestra; Florian Helgath; Sarah Wegener; Marie-Henriette Reinhold; Fabio Trümpy; André Morsch

AlicanteChristmas Oratorio

Bach: Christmas Oratorio, BWV248
B'Rock Orchestra; Florian Helgath; Sarah Wegener; Marie-Henriette Reinhold; Fabio Trümpy; André Morsch

MadridEl Oratorio de Navidad

Bach: Christmas Oratorio, BWV248
B'Rock Orchestra; Florian Helgath; Sarah Wegener; Marie-Henriette Reinhold; Fabio Trümpy; André Morsch

EssenChristmas Concert

Tchaikovsky, Chesnokov, Glazunov, Saint-Saëns
Thomas Hengelbrock; Agnes Kovacs; Roxana Constantinescu; Linard Vrielink; André Morsch
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Toxic masculinity in Orchestra of the 18th century's Don Giovanni

Paula Murrihy © Barbara Aumüller
The Orchestra of the 18th Century proves the main asset of a rewarding Don Giovanni at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw. 
***11
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Bach's Mass in B minor as chamber music

Tim Mead © Benjamin Ealovega
Tim Mead impresses; William Christie and Les Arts Florissants lack the heft to fill the Royal Albert Hall.
***11
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Dutch National Opera toasts its 50th birthday

To celebrate its 50th birthday Dutch National Opera put on a festive tribute to the people that have made it the innovative and much-admired house it is today.
***11
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The Orchestra of the 18th century charms in Nozze di Figaro at the Concertgebouw

At the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, the Orchestra of the 18th Century conducted by Kenneth Montgomery gave a lively and expressive performance of Mozart’s Nozze, that emphasized the witty charm of the piece. Soloist included Henk Neven’s aristocratic Count and Ilse Eerens’ delightful Susanna.
****1
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Terry Gilliam’s spectacular Benvenuto Cellini arrives in Amsterdam

The task sounded Herculean: turning Benvenuto Cellini, that reputedly difficult, flawed work by Berlioz, into an utterly entertaining show that renders justice to its youthfully energetic music. This is what Terry Gilliam manages to pull off... and it is nothing short of miraculous.
****1
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