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Performer: Katherine Watson

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BergenWilliam Christie with Les Arts Florissants

Handel, Monteverdi
Les Arts Florissants; William Christie; Katherine Watson; Eva Zaïcik; Théotime Langlois de Swarte; Sophie de Bardonnèche

LondonBach – Mass in B minor

Bach: Mass in B minor, BWV232
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment; Stephen Layton; Holst Singers; Katherine Watson; Iestyn Davies; James Gilchrist

LondonBach Easter Oratorio

Lotti, Pergolesi, Monteverdi, Bach
Michael Waldron; London Choral Sinfonia; Katherine Watson; Timothy Morgan; Gwilym Bowen

Saint-DenisHaendel – Le Messie

Handel: Messiah
Valentin Tournet; Katherine Watson; Tim Mead; Joshua Ellicott; Stephan MacLeod
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Darkness and pain in Mark Padmore's St Matthew Passion

The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment © Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
A brooding and melancholy presentation of Bach’s masterpiece from the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and Mark Padmore. 
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Excellent Les Indes galantes at Müpa

Véronique Gens, György Vashegyi and Thomas Dolié © Attila Nagy | Müpa Budapest
A delightful performance of Rameau's opera opens the Müpa's Early Music Festival.
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"It must be so": Handel's Jephtha

Ian Bostridge (Jephtha) and Katherine Watson (Iphis) © Monika Rittershaus | Opéra national de Paris
Claus Guth's production of Handel's last oratorio lands in Paris, where William Christie leads Les Arts Florissants and a stellar cast. 
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Polished, but no cracker

William Christie © Denis Rouvre
Polished, deft and attentive, Les Arts Florissants deliver in concert the same slickness that we have come to expect from their impressive array of recordings, but lack vital energy.
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The arts are blooming in William Christie’s Budapest Messiah

William Christie © János Posztós | Müpa Budapest
William Christie and his ensemble Les Arts Florissants (or The blooming arts – a reference to an opera by Marc-Antoine Charpentier) visited the Hungarian capital to perform Handel’s Messiah in the exceptional acoustics of the Béla Bartók National Concert Hall. 
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