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Performer: Carolyn Sampson

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BarcelonaFrom the Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach

© Marco Borggreve
Bach: Notenbüchlein für Anna Magdalena Bach (Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach): extracts
Carolyn Sampson; Juan de la Rubia

RotterdamSt Matthew Passion

Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra
Bach: St Matthew Passion, BWV244
Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra; John Butt; Carolyn Sampson; Catriona Morison; Samuel Boden; Andrew Tortise

DresdenRobert Schumann: »Genoveva«Halbszenische Aufführung

© Marco Borggreve
Schumann: Genoveva
Aapo Häkkinen; Kristiina Helin; Carolyn Sampson; Vesselina Kasarova; Andrew Staples; Johannes Weisser
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Take me to church: Nézet-Séguin leads Bach's Mass in B minor

Yannick Nézet-Séguin © Hans van der Woerd
Bach's crowning musical achievement made a disappointing return to the Philadelphia Orchestra repertoire after a 34-year absence.
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Festkonzert with Carolyn Sampson: Handel's Heroines

Carolyn Sampson and The King's Consort © Maria Scheunpflug
Carolyn Sampson returns joyfully to the Halle Handel Festival, accompanied by trumpeter Neil Brough and the King's Consort under Robert King.
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Baroque brilliance brought to life by Richard Egarr

Richard Egarr © Marco Borggreve
This concert of Purcell and Handel was as theatrically engaging as anything you'd find in an opera house.
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French delights from François Leleux and the SCO

Carolyn Sampson © Marco Borggreve

The SCO delights and charms with François Leleux, Carolyn Sampson and Eleanor Hudson in a thoughtful programme of French music linking the Debussy and Berlioz anniversaries.

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Belated Bach: Boston Symphony debuts the Christmas Oratorio

Andris Nelsons and soloists with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Tanglewood Festival Chorus © Winslow Townson
In Germany, the Christmas Oratorio is performed with the same frequency during the holiday season as Messiah in English-speaking countries. In Boston, the BSO gives its first performance!
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McVicar's stylish and moving Pelléas et Mélisande

Carolyn Sampson (Mélisande) and Andrei Bondarenko (Pelléas) © Richard Campbell
Sir David McVicar’s new production of Pelléas et Mélisande for Scottish Opera is stylish and lit like a painting. 
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