- Review: The English Concert Performs Handel's 'Orlando' at Carnegie Hall
- The premiere run of Handel's “Orlando” in 1733 lasted only 10 performances. For the final few, audiences were thin, and the opera was never revived in its composer's lifetime.
- Handel and Haydn Society presents passionate 'St. John'
- You wouldn't think it's been more than 20 years since the Handel and Haydn Society last presented Bach's “St. John Passion.” Emmanuel Music and Boston Baroque offered it just last year.
- Opera newbie Ivars Taurins takes on Handel's Alcina
- Starting Wednesday night, at Toronto's Koerner Hall, vocal and instrumental students at the Royal Conservatory's Glenn Gould School will be presenting Handel's Alcina.
- This performance of Handel's "Messiah" in Norfolk has shrunk, and it's the
- Handel wrote the piece, a meditation on Jesus as the Messiah, for a modest chorus and instrumentation, and its first performance came in April, in the Easter season. The “Messiah” has become a really big show, commonly done as a Christmas season event ...
- Handel scholar discovers new cantata by a Baroque master
- A visit by Dutch conductor and early music specialist Ton Koopman to practice on an organ at a San Francisco church has led to the discovery of a new Handel cantata by a University of California, Berkeley, musicologist. During one of Koopman's practice ...
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