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Performer: Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century

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Toxic masculinity in Orchestra of the 18th century's Don Giovanni

The Orchestra of the 18th Century proves the main asset of a rewarding Don Giovanni at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw. 
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Paula Murrihy a fantastic Sesto in Concertgebouw Clemenza

Kenneth Montgomery leads the Orchestra of the 18th Century and a fine team of young soloists in a swift, finely detailed interpretation of La clemenza di Tito.
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A blast from the past: Orchestra of the 18th century

Finghin Collins and Rosanne van Sandwijk shine as soloists while the Orchestra of the 18th Century was as authoritative as ever under the baton of Kenneth Montgomery. 
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"Maybe he's immortal?": Frans Brüggen memorial concert

His passing last August was no surprise. Anyone who had witnessed Frans Brüggen conduct in recent years knew that he was far from healthy and old for his years.
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Prim but not so proper: Così in Amsterdam

A winning young cast discovers that all's not well that ends well in the Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century’s virtuosic Così fan tutte at the Royal Theatre Carré in Amsterdam.
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A refined performance of Bach's St John Passion by Cappella Amsterdam

On Good Friday, Cappella Amsterdam, conducted by Daniel Reuss, gave a beautifully refined rendition of Bach's St John Passion at the Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ in Amsterdam, accompanied by the Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century and the riveting Evangelist of Anders Dahlin.
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