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Hong KongCollage on Bach

Vivaldi, Mozart, Haydn, Pärt, Bach
Hong Kong Sinfonietta; James Cuddeford; Megan Sterling

LondonMozart’s Requiem

BBC Proms
Rameau, Chevalier de Saint-Georges, Mozart
Britten Sinfonia; David Bates; Samantha Clarke; Claudia Huckle; Nick Pritchard; William Thomas

AmsterdamMissa in tempore belli

Haydn: Mass no. 10 in C major, "Paukenmesse” (In Time of War), Hob XXII:9
Juanjo Arqués; Dutch National Ballet; Lorenzo Viotti; Barbora Horáková

BudapestOpera184

Penderecki, de La Rue, Bruckner
Hungarian State Opera Orchestra; Gergely Kesselyák; Hungarian State Opera Chorus; Gábor Csiki; Dániel Erdélyi; Szilvia Becze

LondonAurora Orchestra with Iestyn Davies: The New Elizabethans

Purcell, Knussen, Dowland, Birtwistle, Tippett, Bennett, Handel
Aurora Orchestra; Iestyn Davies
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Coleridge-Taylor shines at the Three Choirs Festival

The world premiere of Gabriel Jackson’s ambitious but inert The World Imagined and a complacent Enigma Variations are outclassed by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s gorgeous Solemn Prelude at Worcester Cathedral.
**111
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Ravenna Festival: in paradise, everything is just a little too quiet

Brilliant singing from the Kiev Chamber Choir, but little light and shade in new works from Valentin Silvestrov
***11
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A Handelian tour of London with Iestyn Davies at Kings Place

As part of 'London Unwrapped', countertenor Iestyn Davies presented vocal portraits of the altos – male and female – for whom Handel composed in the capital. 
****1
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Collegium 1704 give Zelenka a virtual return in Dresden

Collegium 1704 takes the Czech Baroque composer online, with impressive results.
****1
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A battery of percussion to close the Buffalo digital season

Outstanding interpretations of two important 20th-century works based upon pre-existing compositions.
****1
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