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August 7, 2009 Marking the 350th anniversary of the English composer's birth, conductor William Christie leads an innovative production of Purcell's Shakespearean opera from the annual BBC Proms concerts at London's Royal Albert Hall.
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April 15, 2009 Eighteenth-century music might seem tame by today's standards, but the London-based Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment demonstrates that there were plenty of bold strokes in the music of Mozart, Haydn and C.P.E. Bach. Hear the ensemble in concert in St. Paul.
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