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Performer: Le Cercle de l'Harmonie

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OsloLudwig van Beethoven: Missa Solemnis

© Caroline Doutre
Beethoven: Mass in D Major "Missa solemnis”, Op.123
Jérémie Rhorer; Le Cercle de l'Harmonie; Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir; Birgitte Christensen; Adrian Angelico

Aix-en-ProvenceBeethoven, Missa solemnis

Beethoven: Mass in D Major "Missa solemnis”, Op.123
Jérôme Cottenceau; Nicole Chevalier; Varduhi Abrahamyan; Mathias Vidal; Christof Fischesser

ParisMissa solemnis

Beethoven: Mass in D Major "Missa solemnis”, Op.123
Jérémie Rhorer; Mari Eriksmoen; Varduhi Abrahamyan; Pavol Breslik; Christof Fischesser
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Tales from the Stave: Barbiere at EIF

Guillaume Andrieux (Figaro) © Ryan Buchanan
Laurent Pelly’s elegant musical stave production of Il barbiere di Siviglia, from the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, charms and delights at the Edinburgh International Festival.
****1
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A rake's progress: Don Giovanni let loose in Aix

Eleanora Buratto (Donna Anna), Philippe Sly (Don Giovanni) and Isabel Leonard (Donna Elvira) © Pascal Victor | Artcompress
Jean-François Sivadier's pulsating new production propels The Don through his lusty adventures at a whirlwind pace. 
*****
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Ceaseless fire in Spontini's Olympie at the Concertgebouw

Karina Gauvin © Michael Slobodian
Jérémie Rhorer led a turbocharged performance of this rare Spontini opera, which, although it tires with its grandiose hyperbole, contains excerpts that deserve to be heard more often.
***11
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Prom 9: Rosa to the rescue

Rosa Feola and Le Cercle de l’Harmonie © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Le Cercle d'Harmonie with their founder Jérémie Rhorer fail to convince in symphonies by Mozart and Mendelssohn, whereas the Italian soprano Rosa Feola triumphs in two concert arias.
**111
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Festival d’Aix-en-Provence opens with new Figaro

The 2012 Festival d’Aix-en-Provence began its four-week feast of opera and music with Mozart’s Marriage of Figaro—and could there be better a way? Nothing can beat the sublime company of Mozart, Da Ponte and Beaumarchais on a summer evening in the open-air Théâtre de l'Archevêché.
****1
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