Why See The English Concert?
The English Concert Return to New York's Famous Carnegie Hall
Under the artistic direction of British conductor Harry Bicket, The English Concert return to Carnegie Hall and play an extra date at Georgia's Hugh Hodgson Concert Hall. The English Concert is a famous London-based baroque orchestra who create music using period instruments.
The show will see the orchestra take on famed opera Semele. Set in ancient mythological times, the story focuses on confrontation between the gods and the mortals. The English Concert was formed in 1973 by harpsichordist and conductor Trevor Pinnock and today, have an impressive discography that features over 100 recordings. Harry Bicket took over as director in 2007.
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