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Performer: Emőke Baráth

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MadridViva Vivaldi!

Viva Vivaldi!
Le Concert de la Loge; Julien Chauvin; Philippe Jaroussky; Emőke Baráth; Lucile Richardot; Emiliano Gonzalez Toro

ZürichOpening Concert with Emőke Baráth and Daniel Hope

© Harald Hoffmann
Handel, Tunder, Weiland, Weinberg, Beethoven
Zurich Chamber Orchestra; Emőke Baráth; Daniel Hope

GenevaDido and Aeneas

Grand Théâtre Genève
Purcell: Dido and Aeneas
Emmanuelle Haïm; Franck Chartier; Grand Théâtre de Genève; Justine Bougerol; Anne-Catherine Kunz; Marie-Claude Chappuis; Jarrett Ott
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Orfeo meets the Bacchae: Monteverdi with a twist in Budapest

La favola d'Orfeo © Judit Horváth
Iván Fischer’s take on Monteverdi’s opera offers a radical rewriting within the trappings of a traditional staging.
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Enescu Festival sheds light on another 18th-century gem

Delphine Galou © Andrada Pavel
In the Bucharest performance, the individual vocal contributions were consistently good, with some really standing out.
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Demons and monsters: Rameau at the Boston Early Music Festival

Pierre-François Dollé and Caroline Copeland © Kathy Wittman
The Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra led by Robert Mealy, with soprano Emőke Baráth and dancers Caroline Copeland and Pierre-François Dollé, showcase Rameau's vitality and originality.
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A minimalist reading of Orfeo ed Euridice in Rome

Carlo Vistoli (Orfeo) and Mariangela Sicilia (Euridice) © Fabrizio Sansoni
Robert Carsen's minimalist modern reading of Gluck's masterpiece is a pure distillation of opera (and life) and the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma.
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Handelian dream team: Jaroussky and Baráth delight in Budapest

Philippe Jaroussky and Emőke Baráth © Attila Nagy, Müpa Budapest
Philippe Jaroussky and Emőke Baráth's team-up with the Ensemble Artaserse proved nothing short of wonderful.
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