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Q+A with Derek Tam and Addi Liu: The “Chinese Baroque”

What does “Chinese Baroque” music sound like? According to conductor and keyboardist Derek Tam and doctoral researcher and violinist Addi Liu (both experts in the field of early music), we don’t necessarily know—but it’s worth imagining. Their research focuses on musical exchanges and misunderstandings between Chinese and European people from the late 16th century to …

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Q+A with Anthony Trecek-King, Resident Conductor

When conductor Dr. Anthony Trecek-King learned that Handel had ties to the North Atlantic slave trade, the next step seemed obvious: He wanted to create an immersive concert experience that explored that history and that, above all else, asked H+H audiences to “think and feel.” Now, he’s bringing Crossing the Deep to Boston this June, …

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Q+A with Ben Bliss, Tenor

Tenor Ben Bliss has been singing J.S. Bach since the days of high school choir back home in the Kansas City suburbs. Now, he travels the world bringing Baroque and Classical music to life with a voice hailed by Première Loge as “close to the ideal.” After making his debut with H+H at our 169th …

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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. This concert has been rescheduled to April 21 at 8:00pm.

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H+H at Westport Point United Methodist Church (Westport, MA)

Musicians from the Handel and Haydn Society return to Concerts at the Point with a program of Baroque jewels by J.S. Bach, Arcangelo Corelli and others. Performing on period instruments and featuring both instrumental and vocal soloists, this elite chamber ensemble will bring to life the music of history’s greatest composers as it was intended …

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H+H at Music Worcester (Mechanics Hall)

Could there be a more perfect collection of concertos than the Brandenburgs? Bach’s treasury of instrumental music—dazzlingly inventive, virtuosic, exuberant—when played on period instruments promises an unparalleled immersion into the great master’s music. And hearing them all on one program, performed on the instruments Bach knew, is priceless!

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