Emmanuelle Haïm conducts Handel’s “Music for the Royal Fireworks”

In Handel’s famous Music for the Royal Fireworks, Baroque music shows its most magnificent side. In this concert, the work will be conducted by Emmanuelle Haïm, who in energetic performances repeatedly succeeds in “unleashing the wild and daring side of the Baroque” (The New York Times). The second part of the concert is dedicated to Handel’s cantata Apollo e Dafne – an early work that in sometimes highly virtuosic and enchantingly delicate arias reveals Handel’s interest in Italian opera.

Berliner Philharmoniker

Emmanuelle Haïm

Lucy Crowe

Florian Sempey

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