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LondonRachel Podger & Christopher Glynn – Beethoven Violin Sonatas: Concert I

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Beethoven
Rachel Podger; Christopher Glynn

LondonRachel Podger & Christopher Glynn – Beethoven Violin Sonatas: Concert II

© Theresa Pewal
Beethoven
Rachel Podger; Christopher Glynn

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Rachel Podger; Brecon Baroque

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Rachel Podger, Violin
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Brecon Baroque celebrates women composers

Rachel Podger © Theresa Pewal
Thanks to the dedicated work of scholars and practitioners in the field, in the last decade, audiences in London have become relatively familiar with the music of female composers in the Baroque period.
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Guardian Angel: Rachel Podger and VOCES8

Rachel Podger © Theresa Pewal
Angels abound as Rachel Podger joins with VOCES8 for a collaborative exploration built around music from her Guardian Angel album.
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Many strings to their bows

Rachel Podger © Jonas Sacks
The Baroque credentials of St John's Smith Square were thoroughly endorsed in a beautifully proportioned concert by the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment directed by the doyenne of British Baroque violinists, Rachel Podger.
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A lively portrait of C.P.E. Bach by Podger and friends

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach is often described as a crucial composer in the transition between the Baroque and Classical periods, but we never seem to be able to move beyond this image.
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An enterprising evening with the OAE

Those happy to brand the British Isles as the "land without music" for the time between Purcell and Britten might have cause to rethink if they audited the vintage of London of the late 1760s. Johann Christian Bach, the youngest of Johann Sebastian's sons, moved to England in 1765, helped along by the expatriated Carl Friedrich Abel, with whom he shared a house on Meard Street in Soho.
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