Beethoven's 9th Symphony Performed by Boston Baroque
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The last date listed for Beethoven's 9th Symphony was Saturday November 9, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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Boston Baroque performs Handel's Messiah at Jordan Hall, conducted by Martin Pearlman. The ensemble and Pearlman have earned international acclaim for their thrilling annual performance of Handel's beloved oratorio on authentic period instruments, and their Messiah recording was nominated for a Grammy Award. A popular annual tradition in Boston, their brilliant rendition of this glorious work is a highlight of every season for the ensemble. This year's concert features soprano Kiera Duffy and powerful baritone Jesse Blumberg, among other talented soloists. Learn More
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this was one of the best performances this year. The orchestra was great and the chorus amazing. A great piece of music. I wonder why the tickets to the concert were not distributed to different parts of Jordan Hall. One section was almost empty.
A pre-concert lecture begins 1 hour before show time.
About the Ticket Supplier: Boston Baroque
Three-time Grammy nominee Boston Baroque, the first permanent Baroque orchestra established in North America, is now widely regarded as "one of the world's premier period-instrument bands" (Fanfare). Founded in 1973 by Martin Pearlman, Boston Baroque presents an annual subscription concert series in Greater Boston and reaches an international audience with its critically acclaimed recordings on Telarc.
Boston Baroque's many career milestones include the American premiere of Rameau's Zoroastre; a Mozart opera series including Marriage of Figaro, Così fan tutte, and the American period-instrument premieres of Mozart's Don Giovanni and The Magic Flute; and a revelatory exploration of the Beethoven symphonies on period instruments. In 1998-99, the ensemble gave the modern premiere of The Philosopher's Stone, a singspiel newly discovered to include music by Mozart and to shed fresh light on his canon.
Three Boston Baroque recordings have been Grammy finalists: Handel's Messiah (1992); Monteverdi's Vespers of 1610 (1998); and Bach's Mass in B Minor (2000).
Boston Baroque is the resident professional ensemble for Boston University's Historical Performance Program, where it is helping to train the next generation of period-instrument performers.