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New Year's Day 2014 with Boston Baroque

New Year's Day 2014 with Boston Baroque

Classical Concerts

Boston Baroque and Music Director Martin Pearlman ring in 2014 with an All-Bach concert at Sanders Theatre in Cambridge, Mass., hosted by WCRB's Cathy Fuller and Brian McCreath.

Handel's Messiah from Boston

Handel's Messiah from Boston

Classical Concerts

Dec. 2, 2012
Symphony Hall

The Handel and Haydn Society159th annual performance Handel's Messiah, with hosts Brian McCreath and Thomas Forrest Kelly

Karina Gauvin, soprano
Daniel Taylor, countertenor
James Gilchrist, tenor
Sumner Thompson, baritone
Chorus and Orchestra of the Handel and Haydn Society, Harry Christophers, conductor

Handel - Messiah

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(photo of the Handel and Haydn Society Chorus courtesy of the Handel and Haydn Society)

Boston Baroque's Messiah, Part 1

Boston Baroque's Messiah, Part 1

Classical Concerts

Martin Pearlman leads Boston Baroque in Handel's Messiah, recorded in concert at New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall on Dec. 8, 2012, with soprano Mary Wilson, mezzo-soprano Ann McMahon Quintero, tenor John McVeigh, and baritone Andrew Garland.

Boston Baroque's Messiah, Part 2

Boston Baroque's Messiah, Part 2

Classical Concerts

Martin Pearlman leads Boston Baroque in Handel's Messiah, recorded in concert at New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall on Dec. 8, 2012, with soprano Mary Wilson, mezzo-soprano Ann McMahon Quintero, tenor John McVeigh, and baritone Andrew Garland.

Boston Baroque's Messiah, Part 3

Boston Baroque's Messiah, Part 3

Classical Concerts

Martin Pearlman leads Boston Baroque in Handel's Messiah, recorded in concert at New England Conservatory's Jordan Hall on Dec. 8, 2012, with soprano Mary Wilson, mezzo-soprano Ann McMahon Quintero, tenor John McVeigh, and baritone Andrew Garland.

Love is Better than Wine, with the Tallis Scholars

Love is Better than Wine, with the Tallis Scholars

Classical Concerts

The Tallis Scholars, with director Peter Phillips, perform in concert at St. Paul Church in Cambridge, Mass., on Dec. 2, 2012, presented by Boston Early Music Festival.

On the program:

Michael Praetorius - Es ist ein' Ros' entsprungen

Sebastian de Vivanco - Magnificat Octavi Toni

Orlando Lassus - Osculetur me (motet)

Orlando Lassus - Missa Osculetur me

Arvo Pärt - I Am The True Vine

Arvo Pärt - Tribute to Caesar

Thomas Tallis - Sancte Deus

Hieronymous Praetorius - Magnificat Quinti Toni

Anonymous (15th c., English) - Nowell Sing We

(image of the Tallis Scholars by Eric Richmond, courtesy of the artists)


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Classical New England celebrates the musical legacy of Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), in a concert with no fewer than four keyboard instruments.

On the program:

Aria, fr. Goldberg Variations, BWV 988
Sergey Schepkin, piano

Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue in D minor, BWV 903
Luca Guglielmi, harpsichord

Prelude, Fugue and Allegro in E-flat, BWV 998
Dylan Sauterwald, lautenwerk

Allemande, fr. Partita No. 4 in D, BWV 828
Praeludium in C major, BWV 933
Andrus Madsen, fortepiano

Capriccio On the Departure of his Most Beloved Brother, BWV 992
Sergey Schepkin, piano

Partita No. 1 in B-flat, BWV 825
  Praeludium
  Sarabande
  Menuet I
  Menuet II
  Giga
Ina Zdorovetchi, harp

(photo of Luca Guglielmi at Bach Keyboard Journeys by Cheryl Willoughby)

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