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Performer: Ton Koopman

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AmsterdamAmsterdam Baroque Orchestra & Choir and Ton Koopman: St Matthew Passion

Het Concertgebouw
Bach: St Matthew Passion, BWV244
Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra; Ton Koopman; Amsterdam Baroque Choir; Elisabeth Breuer; Franziska Gottwald; Nils Giebelhausen

StockholmRoman, Beethoven, Mozart

Stockholms Konserthusstiftelse
Roman, Beethoven, Mozart
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra; Ton Koopman; Alexandra Dovgan

GenevaMozart

Mozart
Mozart
Orchestre de la Suisse Romande; Ton Koopman; Nora Cismondi

ZürichTon Koopman

© Harald Hoffmann
Bach, Hellendaal, Handel, Fesch, Mozart
Zurich Chamber Orchestra; Ton Koopman
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Celestial sensation: Steven Isserlis plays Haydn

Zurich’s Tonhalle audience enjoys a triple-bill programme of fine polyphonic music under the baton of Dutch conductor Ton Koopman.
***11
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The gracious magician: Ton Koopman in Bach

Ton Koopman's distinctively lively tempi, coupled with a contagious delight to be making music, has a fairly magnetic effect when conducting Bach's Mass in B minor.
***11
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Ton Koopman delights with Bach Partitas in Pavia

The Partitas are Bach's most grueling works for keyboard, but Koopman's accomplished interpretation brought them to life. 
****1
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Ton Koopman's Messiah in Amsterdam

Ton Koopman directs the Amsterdam Baroque Chorus and Orchestra in a distinctive and personal interpretation of Handel's Messiah.
***11
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Ton Koopman leads Cleveland Orchestra and Chamber Chorus in satisfying evening of Handel

Dutch keyboardist and conductor Ton Koopman this weekend completed his third and final season as artist-in-residence with The Cleveland Orchestra, leading an all-Handel program that also featured the Cleveland Orchestra Chamber Chorus. It was a musically satisfying program that showed the versatility of both orchestra and chorus.
***11
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