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Performer: Andrea Marcon

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LenoxVenice Baroque Orchestra

Vivaldi, Albinoni, Corelli, Barbella
Venice Baroque Orchestra; Andrea Marcon; Avi Avital

AmsterdamTorri's oratorio La vanità del mondo

© Marco Borggreve
Torri: La vanità del mondo
La Cetra Baroque Orchestra; Andrea Marcon; Margriet Buchbecher; Benedetta Mazzucato; David DQ Lee; José Antonio López

Frankfurt am MainRodelindaNew production

Handel: Rodelinda, regina de' Langobardi
Andrea Marcon; Claus Guth; Oper Frankfurt; Christian Schmidt; Lucy Crowe; Andreas Scholl
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La Cetra dazzles in Juditha triumphans at Dutch National Opera

Gaëlle Arquez (Juditha) © Marco Borggreve

Floris Visser’s staging transforms Vivaldi’s biblical oratorio into a credible wartime drama. The young cast is proficient, and La Cetra Baroque Orchestra, conducted by Andrea Marcon, nothing short of miraculous.

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Starry performance can’t lift Caldara’s Planets to the skies

Andrea Marcon © Marco Borggreve
Accomplished performances from the cast and La Cetra Baroque Orchestra can’t fully compensate the shortcomings of Caldara’s Harmony of the Planets.
***11
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Magdalena Kožená and the VBO at Enescu Festival

Magdalena Kožená and the Venice Baroque Orchestra © Alex Damian
Delayed by torrential rain, the Enescu Festival's all-Handel concert took a while to get going, but was an utter delight once it did. 
***11
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Love finds a balm for pain in Basel

Bryony Dwyer (Morgana) and Nicole Heaston (Alcina) © Priska Ketterer
Lydia Steier’s colourful production of Alcina in Basel was as much a lesson in conflict resolution as it was in the power of love.
***11
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Simply ravishing: Juditha triumphans

Magdalena Kožená © Oleg Rostovtsev
It's not his most commonly performed work, but with a crack team of vocal (and orchestral) soloists, Andrea Marcon and the Venice Baroque Orchestra gave a fabulous account of Vivaldi's only surviving oratorio.
****1
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