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Performer: Erin Helyard

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SydneyValer Sabadus

Valer Sabadus
Orchestra of the Antipodes; Erin Helyard; Valer Sabadus

LondonACO Goldberg Variations

Bach, Stravinsky, Adès
Australian Chamber Orchestra; Richard Tognetti; Erin Helyard

SydneyFarnace

Farnace
Vivaldi: Farnace, RV 711
Erin Helyard; Mark Gaal; Pinchgut Opera; Christopher Lowrey; Helen Sherman; Jacqueline Dark; Timothy Reynolds

BrisbaneQueensland Symphony Orchestra - Ray Chen returns

Bach, Handel, Mendelssohn
Queensland Symphony Orchestra; Erin Helyard; Ray Chen

SydneyIntimate Bach

Bach, Kurtág, Marais, Dean
Australian Chamber Orchestra; Richard Tognetti; Brett Dean; Erin Helyard; Timo-Veikko Valve
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Pinchgut takes on Il ritorno d'Ulisse in patria

Fernando Guimarães (Ulisse) © Brett Boardman

Monteverdi’s Il ritorno d’Ulisse in patria is given the Pinchgut treatment, with an abstract staging complementing historically informed music-making under Erin Helyard.

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Pinchgut Opera's Easter concert

Erin Helyard © Albert Comper
Soprano Alexandra Oomens confirmed her star potential, but all soloists and players shone in this jubilant concert featuring Telemann's Thunder Ode and Bach's Easter Oratorio
*****
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Vivica Genaux and Sydney's Pinchgut wow Melbourne

Vivica Genaux and Erin Helyard © Albert Comper
Vivica Genaux enjoys huge success in a Melbourne concert of Baroque delights, the first venture of Sydney's Pinchgut Opera Company outside its home turf.
****1
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Hasse's Artaserse receives its Australian première

Vivica Genaux (Mandane) and David Hansen (Arbace) © Brett Boardman
Perhaps Pinchgut Opera's finest production to date, a brave presentation of a classic Baroque opera, little heard in Australia apart from Handel, benefits from the star presence of Vivca Genaux in splendid form.
*****
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Variations on brilliance: the ACO in Sydney

Members of the ACO © Gary Heery
The title of the latest programme by the Australian Chamber Orchestra is simply: Goldberg Variations. While Bernard Labadie’s ingenious arrangement of JS Bach’s Goldberg Variations for string orchestra takes up all of the second half of the programme, the first half was no less interesting.
*****
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