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BerlinThree Orchestras from London: Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique

Berlioz: Benvenuto Cellini
Sir John Eliot Gardiner; Sophia Burgos; Adèle Charvet; Michael Spyres; Krystian Adam

LondonProm 59: Benvenuto Cellini

Berlioz: Benvenuto Cellini
Sir John Eliot Gardiner; Michael Spyres; Sophia Burgos; Matthew Rose; Tareq Nazmi

ParisBenvenuto Cellini - in concertIn concert

Berlioz: Benvenuto Cellini
Sir John Eliot Gardiner; Michael Spyres; Sophia Burgos; Matthew Rose; Tareq Nazmi

LondonGardiner: Czech Roots

Janáček, Dvořák
London Symphony Orchestra; Simon Halsey; Pavla Vykopalová; Lucie Hilscherová; Aleš Briscein; Jan Martiník

LondonGardiner: Czech Roots

Dvořák, Suk
London Symphony Orchestra; Sir John Eliot Gardiner; Truls Mørk
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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. 
****1
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A sweet finale to Gardiner's memorable Schumann cycle

Sir John Eliot Gardiner © Sim Canetty-Clarke
Concluding Gardiner's Schumann cycle, it was a memorable concert, with a memorable Spring Symphony and a musical Manfred Overture. The Beethoven first piano concerto proved an unlikely hero.
****1
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Isabelle Faust shines with Gardiner and the LSO

Isabelle Faust © Felix Broede
A memorable evening: LSO horns on tremendous form with Sir John Eliot Gardiner on the podium and Isabelle Faust in stellar performance.
****1
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A mortal nothingness: Verdi's Requiem at Westminster Cathedral

Verdi's Requiem at Westminster Cathedral © Thomas Bowles
This concert was inevitably the sum of far more than its parts, and not for nothing are the Monteverdi Choir and the Orchestre Revolutionnaire et Romantiquem, regarded as among the best in the world

Byron's Harold the unlikely star in Gardiner's Berlioz Prom

Antoine Tamestit and the Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Antoine Tamestit takes a peripatetic approach to Byron's brooding hero, while Joyce DiDonato dies – twice – as Cleopatra and Dido. 
*****
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