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Performer: Valerio Contaldo

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Carat España
Handel: Alcina
Marc Minkowski; Gran Teatre del Liceu; Les Musiciens du Louvre; Magdalena Kožená; Anna Bonitatibus; Erin Morley

Aix-en-ProvenceLe ProphèteConcert performance

Meyerbeer: Le Prophète
Sir Mark Elder; London Symphony Orchestra; Chœurs de l'Opéra de Lyon; Mané Galoyan; Anita Rachvelishvili

ParisAlcina / Les Musiciens du Louvre / Marc Minkowski / Magdalena Kožená

Handel: Alcina
Marc Minkowski; Les Musiciens du Louvre; Magdalena Kožená; Erin Morley; Elizabeth DeShong
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UtrechtGli Angeli Genève / Stephan Macleod

Early Music Utrecht (Oudemuziek)
Bach C.P.E.: Die Israeliten in der Wüste (The Israelites in the Desert)
Stephan MacLeod; Marie Lys; Zoë Brookshaw; Valerio Contaldo
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Pure entertainment from early opera: La finta pazza

Extraordinary singing and acting from Mariana Flores stands out in a joyous concert performance of one of the first operas ever written.
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Orfeo meets the Bacchae: Monteverdi with a twist in Budapest

Iván Fischer’s take on Monteverdi’s opera offers a radical rewriting within the trappings of a traditional staging.
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Full of eastern promise: Mârouf at the Opéra Comique

An oriental sweetmeat from the pen of Henri Rabaud, based on a tale from The Arabian Nights, is revived triumphantly in Paris. 
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Christmas celebrations with Marc Minkowski

An early Christmas celebration in Budapest, with four of Bach's cantatas from his Christmas Oratorio.
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Concerto Italiano’s classy L’Orfeo thrills

Concerto Italiano excels performing Baroque music, especially the works of Monteverdi. This year it highlights L’Orfeo in its 410th year, and does it exceptionally well.
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Leonardo García Alarcón, maître du baroque romain au Louvre

Avec sa Cappella Mediterranea et le chœur accentus, le chef argentin a transporté le public au XVIIe siècle, au cœur des cérémonies religieuses de la ville éternelle.
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