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Work: Castor et Pollux

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ComposerRameau, Jean-Philippe (1683-1764)
PeriodBaroque
Work typeOpera / Oratorio
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MunichCastor et PolluxNew production

Castor et Pollux
Rameau: Castor et Pollux
Ivor Bolton; Hans Neuenfels; Bavarian State Opera; Philipp Fürhofer; Reinhard von der Thannen; Emőke Baráth; Alix Le Saux

ParisPatricia Petibon: Flames of Magicians

Rebel, Charpentier, Marais, Leclair, Rameau
Héloïse Gaillard; Patricia Petibon; Ensemble Amarillis
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Demons and monsters: Rameau at the Boston Early Music Festival

Pierre-François Dollé and Caroline Copeland © Kathy Wittman
The Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra led by Robert Mealy, with soprano Emőke Baráth and dancers Caroline Copeland and Pierre-François Dollé, showcase Rameau's vitality and originality.
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BBC Singers: Fusing French Baroque with Indian dance

Artists from Sanskriti UK and Ankh Dance, Sofi Jeannin, BBC Singers and Academy of Ancient Music © BBC | Mark Allan
New conductor Sofi Jeannin delights with her fresh thinking on choral concerts.
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Castor et Pollux by Les Talens Lyriques

Nearly three years after a memorable production of Les Indes Galantes, the Théâtre du Capitole reconnects with the master of the Treatise on harmony via Castor et Pollux, originally premièred by the Académie Royale in 1737.
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The OAE open their season with Handel, Rameau and William Christie

Two specially assembled suites from operas by Rameau opened this concert from the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and William Christie at the Royal Festival Hall.
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Pinchgut Opera offers a marvellous performance of Rameau's Castor et Pollux in Sydney

For the past ten years, Pinchgut Opera has established a reputation for excellence through mounting one opera production annually in Sydney (the name derives from an island in Sydney’s harbour, established as a prison from the beginnings of settlement). Their focus has hitherto been on lesser-known Baroque works, with a few later 18th-century outliers.
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