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Performer: John Holiday

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LondonVivaldi: Sacred and Secular with John Holiday

Barbican
Vivaldi
Accademia Bizantina; Ottavio Dantone; John Holiday

New York CityEurydiceNew production

Aucoin: Eurydice
Yannick Nézet-Séguin; Mary Zimmerman; Metropolitan Opera; Daniela Candillari; Daniel Ostling; Ana Kuzmanić; T.J. Gerckens

New York CityMessiah at the Riverside Church

Handel: Messiah
Jeannette Sorrell; Amanda Forsythe; John Holiday; Nicholas Phan; Kevin Deas
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PhiladelphiaDigital Commissions - Tyshawn Sorey's Save the BoysWorld premiere

Sorey: Save the Boys
Opera Philadelphia; John Holiday; Grant Loehnig
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Tyshawn Sorey and Opera Philadelphia team up again with Save the Boys

This musical setting of a poem by Frances Ellen Watkins Harper is the first of four digital commissions set to premiere this spring on the Opera Philadelphia Channel.
***11
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Matthew Aucoin’s Eurydice: a new take on an heroic journey

Matthew Aucoin’s Eurydice enjoys its world premiere at LA Opera. 
****1
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Squatters’ rites, sacred sites in We Shall Not Be Moved

Hip-h'opera world première at Philadelphia's O17 Festival.
****1
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Handel's Xerxes comes to Glimmerglass

Handel’s Xerxes (1738) was part of this year’s “home and homeland” season at Glimmerglass Festival.
***11
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Render unto Caesar: An American première at Glimmerglass

Today, Vivaldi’s operas remain rarities. The American première of Cato in Utica at the Glimmerglass Festival (located an hour south of Utica, NY) attempted to elevate this little explored corner of Baroque repertoire.
***11
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Rare Dido and Bluebeard double bill an odd dichotomy

Where is the line? Where does the stage end and the audience begin? This is what Australian director Barrie Kosky probes in his production pairing Purcell's Dido and Aeneas with Bartók's Bluebeard's Castle.
**111
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