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Performer: Bernard Labadie

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TorontoMozart 40

Toronto Symphony Orchestra; Bernard Labadie; Jean-Efflam Bavouzet

New York CityOrchestra of St. Luke’s

Handel, Vivaldi
Orchestra of St Luke's; Bernard Labadie; Daniel Hope; Marie-Nicole Lemieux

New York CityOrchestra of St. Luke’s

Orchestra of St Luke's; Bernard Labadie; Karina Gauvin; Kelley O'Connor; Jeremy Ovenden; Joshua Hopkins

DallasMozart's Jupiter Symphony

Bernard Labadie; Benedetto Lupo

Los AngelesRequiems: Fauré & Duruflé

Fauré, Duruflé
Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra; Bernard Labadie; Lydia Teuscher; Julie Boulianne; Jean-François Lapointe; Thomas Annand
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An uneven performance at Carnegie Hall by The Orchestra of St Luke’s

Beatrice Rana © Steve J Sherman
A rare Bach devotee among today's immensely talented crop of under-thirty pianists, Beatrice Rana interpreted both concertos with great incisiveness.
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Reimagining the Goldbergs as an orchestral period piece

The Orchestra of St Luke's © Adam Stoltman

Bernard Labadie’s orchestration of the Goldberg Variations came to feel strikingly close to the Brandenburgs, which is to suggest a certain achievement on his part. The arrangement was altogether convincing as Bachmusik.

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The Orchestra of St. Luke’s performs Bach’s secular music

Bernard Labadie and the Orchestra of St. Luke's © Adam Stoltman
The Orchestra of St. Luke's and Bernard Labadie came up with the excellent idea of a Bach-centered festival in New York. 
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Outstanding singing in COC’s Così fan tutte

Così fan tutte © Michael Cooper
Despite an abundance of incongruous symbols, this Toronto performance was remarkable for its outstanding singing.
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A wonderful surfeit of Bach from Les Violons du Roy

Isabelle Faust © Felix Broede
As part of their swing through some of America’s top concert halls, Isabelle Faust joined Les Violons du Roy to bring Bach and Handel to Walt Disney Concert Hall.
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