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Australian Haydn Ensemble: Handel & Mozart
20 April 2018 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm AEST
Award winning international guest soprano, Stefanie True and Baritone Simon Lobelson feature in a program of Handel and Mozart.
As part of the Penrith Joan Sutherland Series, AHE presents a program of Handel, Mozart & Haydn featuring acclaimed Canadian Soprano Stefanie True and Australian Baritone Simon Lobelson.
Stefanie True regularly performs all over Europe and North America. Recent solo highlights for her include the role of Poppea at Händel’s Agripinna at The Grange Festival, Bach cantatas with the Luthers Bach Ensemble conducted by Ton Koopman, Purcell’s King Arthur with Vox Luminis, Celia in Händel’s Lucio Silla at the International Handel Festspiele Göttingen, Handel’s Dixit Dominus with Il Gardellino, Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater in San Francisco with Voices of Music, the title role in Händel’s Theodora with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra with Harry Bicket conducting, Second Woman at Dido and Aeneas at Carnegie Hall with Les Violons du Roy conducted by Richard Egarr, Amor Profano at Scarlatti’s San Casimiro , Re di Polonia with the Wroclaw Baroque Orchestra and Michal at Händel’s Saul with the Freiburger Bachchor.
Other highlights include the roles of Cephise in Campra’s L’Europe Gallante with William Christie at the Ambronay Festival, Serpina in Pergolesi’s La Serva Padrona with Collegium Musicum The Hague, Oriana in Trade’s Amadigi di Gaula with Andrew Parrott at the International Handel Festival Göttingen as well as the role of Phani in a concert of excerpts from Rameau’s Les Indes Gallantes with Franz Brüggen and the Orchestra of the 18th Century.
- Handel – Trio Sonata in G Minor Op. 2 No. 5
- Handel – Aria, ‘Vaghe perle’ from Agrippina
- Handel – Aria, ‘E’un foco quel d’amore’ from Agrippina Poppea
- Handel – Aria ‘Come rosa in su la spina’ from Apollo e Dafne
- Handel – Aria ‘Lascia ch’io pianga’ and Duet ‘Al trionfo del nostril furore’ from Rinaldo
- Mozart – Aria ‘Deh vieni, non tardar’ from the Marriage of Figaro
- Mozart – Aria ‘Crudel perché finora’ and ‘Hai gia vinta la cause’ from the Marriage of Figaro
- Haydn – Symphony London arr. Salomon for String quintet, flute and keyboard
- Mozart – Papageno and Papagena duet from the Magic Flute