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Performer: Christopher Lowrey

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MadridAchille in SciroNew production

Achille in Sciro
Corselli: Achille in Sciro
Ivor Bolton; Mariame Clément; Teatro Real; Julia Hansen; Francesca Aspromonte; Francesca Lombardi Mazzulli

AmsterdamBrett Dean's opera Hamlet

© Sim Canetty-Clarke
Dean: Hamlet
Markus Stenz; Allan Clayton; Kathryn Lewek; Rosie Aldridge; Rodney Gilfry

LondonLa Nuova Musica

Blow, Purcell, Monteverdi, Carissimi
David Bates; Christopher Lowrey; Nick Pritchard; La Nuova Musica

GrafeneggStabat Mater

Handel, Vivaldi, Pergolesi
Tonkünstler Orchestra; Jonathan Cohen; Sophie Karthäuser; Christopher Lowrey
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Farnace by Vivaldi (more or less) at Pinchgut Opera

Christopher Lowrey (Farnace) © Brett Boardman
Vivaldi's Farnace is reconstructed by Pinchgut Opera in ways which might not do the composer full dramatic justice, but the production and high musical values provide an excellent night of operatic drama. 
****1
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“Endless pleasure” in Bicket's Semele at Carnegie Hall

Brenda Rae and Benjamin Hulett © Steve J. Sherman
A concert performance of Handel's not-quite-an-opera proves a hit on tour in New York. 
*****
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To sing or not to sing: Hamlet in Adelaide

Kim Begley (Polonius) and Allan Clayton (Hamlet) © Tony Lewis
Brett Dean's Hamlet is an extremely powerful theatrical experience, excelling in all aspects of production, singing and musical values, but is it an opera?
****1
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Finely cast Orlando from La Nuova Musica

Lawrence Zazzo © Justin Hyer
Handel’s opera Orlando is famous for the great mad scene at the end of Act 2. Specifically written for the celebrated castrato Senesino, it’s an emotionally powerful ten-minute monologue.
****1
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Prom 23: An evening of angelic choruses

William Christie conducts The OAE
A performance of Handel's oratorio Israel in Egypt performed by the Orchestra and Choir of the Age of the Enlightenment with William Christie conducting.