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A Q+A with James Darrah, stage director, on The Marriage of Figaro

Audiences are asking what semi-staged entails—is there a better description? I think as a director, “semi-staged” just makes me bristle and laugh—but I like to think of projects like this as a way to put energy and focus into very different parts of opera, and craft a “new” art form that is not a fully …

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Handel and Haydn Society Presents A Baroque Christmas

December 15 + 18, 2022 at New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall Press performance is Thursday, December 15 at 7:30 PM Email for high-resolution images, interviews, press tickets, and more information [Boston November 1, 2022] The Handel and Haydn Society will celebrate the joy of the holiday season with a collection of treasured Baroque works from …

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Handel and Haydn Society Joins Idagio with Four Streaming Performances

Digital Video Concerts Will Be Available in November (Boston October 27, 2022) The Handel and Haydn Society is partnering with streaming app Idagio to release four performances on the Global Concert Hall. The concerts were all captured in stunning high-definition video inside Symphony Hall during the 2021-22 Season. Viewers will be able to relive Harry …

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H+H at Endicott College (Beverly, MA)

Marvel as the period instrument virtuosi of H+H perform a program of baroque trio sonatas by Henry Purcell, J.S. Bach and George Frideric Handel, revealing the music’s original freshness and vitality and a creativity that inspires all ages.

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H+H at Cary Hall (Lexington, MA)

Listen and marvel as the period instrument virtuosi of H+H perform a program of baroque trio sonatas by Henry Purcell, J.S. Bach and George Frideric Handel, revealing the music’s original freshness and vitality and a creativity that inspires all ages.

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H+H at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (Boston, MA)

Four remarkable musicians from the Handel and Haydn Society explore the most important form of chamber music in the Baroque era: the Trio Sonata (a form that, unexpectedly, requires a minimum of four players!). This program will feature works by three remarkable composers of the era that, while too-seldom performed, are among these composers’ greatest …

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