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Performer: Louise Alder

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LondonProms at…Cadogan Hall 5: Louise Alder

Schubert, Mendelssohn, Hensel, Liszt, Chopin, Rossini
Louise Alder; Gary Matthewman

CroydonLondon Mozart Players - Fairfield Halls Gala Opening Concert

London Mozart Players - Fairfield Halls Gala Opening Concert
Prokofiev, Beethoven, Mozart, Woolf
Jane Glover; London Mozart Players; Gérard Korsten; Howard Shelley; Hilary Davan Wetton

AmsterdamNicholas Collon conducts Kortekaas, Holloway and Beethoven

© Marco Borggreve
Kortekaas, Holloway, Beethoven
Residentie Orkest; Nicholas Collon; Håkan Hardenberger; Louise Alder; Marianne Beate Kielland; Julian Prégardien

New York CityHandel's Messiah

Handel: Messiah
Harry Bicket; Louise Alder; Iestyn Davies; Joshua Ellicott; Dashon Burton

TokyoTokyo Symphony Special Concert

Tokyo Symphony Orchestra; Jonathan Nott; Louise Alder; Stefanie Irányi; Simon O'Neill; Shenyang
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Semele crashes and burns, but Louise Alder soars up at Ally Pally

Louise Alder (Semele) and Lucile Richardot (Juno/Ino) © Éric Larrayadieu
Rising like a phoenix, the Alexandra Palace Theatre stages its first opera since its reopening after eighty years of slumber. 
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Wilson and the OAE return a “not guilty” verdict

Louise Alder © Gerard Collett
A classy and charming adventure through Gilbert & Sullivan with the OAE and John Wilson .
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The Silver Tassie makes a triumphant return

Ashley Riches and Louise Alder © BBC | Jamie Simonds
Mark-Anthony Turnage's First World War opera both moves and dazzles at the Barbican.
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Prom 74: Intimacy and reflection in Handel's Theodora

Louise Alder © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Jonathan Cohen leads a sensitive performance by Arcangelo, with a line-up of five outstanding lyrical voices. 
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Superlative playing from the John Wilson Orchestra

Mikaela Bennett and Ross Lekites © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
The effervescent John Wilson and his orchestra make Bernstein's musical sparks fly.
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