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BudapestElgar: The Dream of Gerontius

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Elgar: The Dream of Gerontius, Op.38: The Angel's Farewell
Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra; Markus Stenz; Dorottya Láng; Andrew Staples; James Rutherford; Hungarian Radio Symphony Choir


Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra
Handel: Messiah
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra; Jonathan Cohen; Emőke Baráth; Andreas Scholl; Andrew Staples; Matthew Rose


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Handel: Messiah
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Andrew Manze; Carolyn Sampson; Jess Dandy; Andrew Staples; Darren Jeffery
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Handel: Messiah
Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra; Reinhard Goebel; Swedish Radio Choir; Julia-Maria Kretz-Larsson; Camilla Tilling; Kristina Hammarström

LiverpoolOde to JoyWorld premiere

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Sierra, Beethoven
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Domingo Hindoyan; Anita Hartig; Jennifer Johnston; Andrew Staples; Tareq Nazmi
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Domingo Hindoyan ushers in a new era in Liverpool

Domingo Hindoyan has a bright future in Liverpool, as he conducts his new orchestra in Beethoven's Ninth.
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Handel's Messiah streamed from the Baltic Sea Festival

Reinhard Goebel conducts a perfectly fine, straight-down-the-line Messiah as Sweden re-engages with live audiences. 

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A searing Serenade: Britten and Ginastera at the Berlin Philharmonie

The Berlin Philharmonic, reunited with its former chief conductor Sir Simon Rattle, framed Britten’s Serenade, commandingly sung by tenor Andrew Staples, with two complementary sets of orchestral variations.
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Reunions and farewells: Rattle and the LSO return to the Barbican

Magdalena Kožená's excellence of tone and line in her first two songs did not prepare us for her profundity in Der Abschied.
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Earth Day: Beethoven and Mahler from Budapest

A program of Beethoven and Mahler from the Budapest Festival Orchestra celebrated the beauty and terror of the natural world.
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A persuasively dark Don Giovanni from Swedish Radio

Andrew Staples creates an austere, monochrome semi-staging that's strangely appropriate to the times; Peter Mattei and John Lundgren lead an excellent cast.
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