Philharmonia Announces 2013-2014 Season

Music Director Nicholas McGegan and Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra announce the ensemble’s 33rd season, dedicated to a musical voyage through 17th and 18th century Europe with stops in Vienna, London, Venice, and Saint Petersburg, among other cities. For information about upcoming…

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Vivaldi’s Venice

              The widow Judith takes extraordinary measures to protect her city when it is threatened by foreign invasion. Vivaldi’s only surviving oratorio, Juditha Triumphans brings together a cast of powerful female voices including Dominique…

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In Conversation with Carla Moore

Carla Moore serves as one of Philharmonia’s concertmasters and regular soloists. Described by The Strad as possessing “unerring musicality,” she also performs with American Bach Soloists and serves as concertmaster for Portland Baroque Orchestra. She plays with chamber music groups…

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Winton Dean on Teseo

Winton Dean is an English musicologist, most famous for his research into the life and works of George Frideric Handel, and his 1959 volume, Handel's Dramatic Oratorios and Masques. These program notes were originally used at the 1985 Teseo at…

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