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Work: Samson, HWV 57: Let the bright Seraphim

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ComposerHandel, George Frideric (1685-1759)
PeriodBaroque
Work typeOpera scene/aria
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Los AngelesAcademy of Ancient Music

Clarke, Handel, Corelli, Torelli, Purcell, Bach
Academy of Ancient Music; Rowan Pierce; David Blackadder; Bojan Čičić

NottinghamThe Hallé Christmas Concert with Stephen Bell and Jennifer France, soprano

The Hallé Christmas Concert with Stephen Bell and Jennifer France, soprano
Humperdinck, Mozart, Handel, Prokofiev, Strauss II, Rimsky-Korsakov, Puccini, Coates, Armstrong, Tormé, Korngold, Anderson
The Hallé; Stephen Bell; Jennifer France

BrentwoodMozart, Pergolesi, Handel

Mozart, Pergolesi, Handel
Tim Hooper; Hutton & Shenfield Choral Society; Aurelian Chamber Orchestra
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Festkonzert with Carolyn Sampson: Handel's Heroines

Carolyn Sampson and The King's Consort © Maria Scheunpflug
Carolyn Sampson returns joyfully to the Halle Handel Festival, accompanied by trumpeter Neil Brough and the King's Consort under Robert King.
****1
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Richard Egarr and the AAM at Robeco Zomerconcerten

The Academy of Ancient Music has been critically acclaimed in pursuing Baroque composers’ original stylistic intent, and this gave tonight’s concert the prospect of a faithful look into the period of 1650-1750. Here are a few of my highlights from this varied Robeco Summer Concert in the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam.
***11
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Danielle de Niese launches "Beauty of the Baroque"

Danielle de Niese, the much-marketed new star of the opera world, has been performing at the Met in The Enchanted Island this week, and came downtown on a night off this Monday to promote her new album of Baroque arias. A packed house filled (Le) Poisson Rouge, a club popular for both classical and mainstream artists, despite its unsuited acoustic.
**111
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