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Il Gusto Barocco and Jörg Halubek with Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos - 26-03-21

You’d think everything had already been said about Johann Sebastian Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos – and yet the Stuttgart Baroque orchestra Il Gusto Barocco and its Musical Director and Maestro al Cembalo Jörg Halubek have ventured upon a new recording.

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“Ébène Quartet Academy” - new string quartet class at HMTM

“Ébène Quartet Academy”: Quatuor Ébène establishes string quartet class at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich. Extensive chamber music program at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich (HMTM) with the engagement of the internationally acclaimed Quatuor Ébène and the appointment of renowned chamber music teacher Eberhard Feltz as “Visiting Professor”.

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Ensemble Modern Releases Pascal Dusapin’s ›Passion‹ on its own Label

In 2008 Ensemble Modern gave the world premiere of Pascal Dusapin’s ›Passion‹ at the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence; ever since it has performed the chamber opera in Amsterdam, Paris, Frankfurt and at other venues. Now this opus about the ever-meaningful subject of love, which is as effective in concert as it is on stage, will be released on its own label, Ensemble Modern Media. Franck Ollu conducts Ensemble Modern; the soloists are Keren Motseri (soprano) and Georg Nigl (baritone) as well as the Vocalconsort Berlin. The recording is a co-production with hr2-kultur and IRCAM Paris.

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The BAYREUTH BAROQUE Opera Festival is on! 3 – 13 September 2020

The BAYREUTH BAROQUE Opera Festival will open as planned with the premiere of Nicola Antonio Porpora’s Carlo il Calvo on September 3rd at the Margravial Opera House, Bayreuth.

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The three opera houses in Prague will launch their extensive, Czech-German project, “Musica non grata”, in September 2020

75 years following the end of the war, the four-year cycle, “Musica non grata”, will commence in Prague and pick up on the rich musical tradition that existed in the city before 1938.

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