All That’s Old is New Again (Part 2 of 3)

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H+H uses period instruments to create an historically-informed presentation of Baroque and Classical music—as close as possible to the composer’s original intent. Interestingly, not all the instruments are available as working antiques. Sometimes we make new instruments to function and sound like the originals.

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Critical Praise for H+H’s Season Opening Concert Beethoven Symphony No. 9

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“All were well up to the demands of the music, eliciting a thunderous justly-earned standing ovation the likes of which has rarely so rocked Symphony Hall. Suzuki was about as dynamic and expressive as one could imagine, and Concertmaster Aisslinn Nosky, with her typical ferocious attack, merely added to her already well-established reputation as H&H’s not-so-secret weapon, perhaps the company’s greatest gift to Boston.” – South Shore Critic “Suzuki caressed the two parts of the theme, treating them as a shy, delicate question and answer. Paragraphing was subtle but unmistakable, here a touch of suspense, there an easeful sigh… The…

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Amadeus: Fact or Fiction?

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We are excited to share with you our upcoming performances of “Amadeus” Live, in November. As with so many legendary historical figures, the life of Mozart has generated a wealth of legacies and myths. Here are some of our favorites – what do you think: fact or fiction?

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