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Guide to the B'Rock Orchestra

« Under the baton of René Jacobs and with a fine team of soloists, it was an inspired performance, outstanding musically and theatrically, that will hopefully contribute in giving Il ritorno the place it deserves in the repertoire. »
Nicolas Nguyen, Bachtrack
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ParisIl primo omicidioNew production

Scarlatti: Caino, overo il primo omicidio
René Jacobs; Romeo Castellucci; Opéra de Paris; Kristina Hammarström; Olivia Vermeulen

AmsterdamCain overo Il primo omicidio

© Model Day Studio
Scarlatti: Caino, overo il primo omicidio
René Jacobs; Thomas Walker; Birgitte Christensen; Kristina Hammarström; Olivia Vermeulen

RotterdamRequiem

Forte, Pärt, Schubert, Mozart
B'Rock Orchestra; Peter Dijkstra; Kateřina Kněžíková; Kristina Hammarström; Jussi Myllys; Andreas Wolf

TurnhoutSentimenti

Vivaldi, Pisendel, Handel
B'Rock Orchestra; Dmitry Sinkovsky; Josè Maria Lo Monaco
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Irreverence and ennui in De Keersmaeker's Six Brandenburg Concertos

Anna Teresa De Keersmaeker's production of Six Brandenburg Concertos at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City disappoints
**111
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Inspired Ritorno d’Ulisse at the Concertgebouw

René Jacobs © Josep Molina
Under the baton of René Jacobs, B’rock Orchestra gave an inspired performance  that ought to contribute in giving Il ritorno d’Ulisse in Patria the place it deserves in the standard repertoire.
*****
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Haydn's Creation not quite a Big Bang at Holland Festival

Still from The Creation © Wonge Bergmann Ruhrtriennale (2015)
At the Holland Festival, the performance of Haydn’s Die Schöpfung with film images by Julian Rosefeldt does not quite unfold as the spectacle it promises on paper.
**111
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Gassmann's comedy L'Opera Seria in Brussels

Alex Penda (Stonatrilla) and Robin Johannsen (Smorfiosa) © Clärchen & Matthias Baus
An opera that pokes fun at opera seria? An opera that features backstage preparations for a show, followed by an opera within an opera? No, it’s not Strauss' Ariadne auf Naxos
****1
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