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Performer: Damien Guillon

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TokyoBach Collegium Japan 30th Anniversary Concert

© Suntory Hall
Bach: St John Passion, BWV245
Masaaki Suzuki; Makoto Sakurada; Hana Blažíková; Damien Guillon; Christian Immler

ParisWilliam Christie conducts Bach

Bach
Les Arts Florissants; William Christie; Rachel Redmond; Gwendoline Blondeel; Damien Guillon; Thomas Hobbs
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Spiritually uplifting Bach from the Bach Collegium Japan

Masaaki Suzuki © Marco Borggreve
Three beautiful cantatas from Bach and his Mass in F major made for a rewarding concert with the Bach Collegium Japan. Suzuki directs a thoughtful and heartfelt rendition and is joined by a quartet of excellent soloists. 
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Atmospheric Lenten concert by Currentzis

Teodor Currentzis © Anton Zavyalov
This Lenten concert given by Currentzis and MusicAeterna at Vienna’s Konzerthaus was certainly solemn and atmospheric – the auditorium was shrouded in darkness from beginning to end.
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Collegium Vocale Gent performs divine St John Passion in Madrid

The Collegium Vocale Gent, in the hands of Philippe Herreweghe, came and conquered Madrid with a memorable performance of Bach's St John Passion.
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Collegium Vocale Gent in Amsterdam

Philip Herreweghe directs Schütz' Psalmen Davids with Collegium Vocale Gent at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw, in a performance of sustained power and feeling.
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Not another Messiah: Herreweghe's Christmas Oratorio in NYC

The Christmas Oratorio is an odd work to perform in concert, but it makes a welcome change from the obligatory annual Messiah. Bach’s piece contains six separate cantatas that tell the traditional Nativity narrative, all subsumed under the broader theme.
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Philippe Herreweghe and Collegium Vocale Gent: St. Matthew Passion at the Lincoln Center

On Saturday, Philippe Herreweghe conducted the season’s most solemn yet spectacular oratorio concert in New York – a performance of J.S. Bach’s St. Matthew Passion in Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center. Scored for two choirs, two orchestras, and soloists, this almost operatic depiction of Christ’s Passion was performed by Herreweghe’s Collegium Vocale Gent Choir and Orchestra.
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