Conductor Vladimir Jurowski
Cast Ruxandra Donose, Maxim Mironov, Alessandro Corbelli, Raquela Sheeran
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
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Imelda de’ Lambertazzi immediately precedes Donizetti’s first masterpiece, Anna Bolena, and was written for the Teatro San Carlo in Naples in the same year (1830). However, its fate was very different and scholars now take the view that the composer’s very concision in his setting of the Romeo and Juliet–like plot, in which Imelda loves Bonifacio, the son of the faction hated by her father Orlando and brother Lamberto, wrong-footed the Neapolitan public.Read More
Our new recording of Fauré’s Requiem presents this masterpiece as the composer first imagined it – for liturgical performance with a choir of men and boys and an orchestra of brass and strings.Read More
Get to know us better by becoming an OAE Friend! Your support will enable us to continue to promote a lively and varied programme of events and concerts over the season, and as a Friend we will enable you to become more closely involved in the life of the Orchestra with opportunities to meet OAE players and staff.Read More
Our brand-new recording of Vivaldi’s iconic The Four Seasons is now available as a download. With its vivid poetry and technical ingenuity, Vivaldi’s Four Seasons remains as fresh today as the day it was written, remaining as influential and transfixing as ever.Read More
Guaranteed to come to life at night and entertain the rest of your toys with music and witticisms, this miniature composer is the perfect gift for any music lover and small enough to fit in your pocket or fist should his knowing glare become too intimidating.
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What happens when you cross Beethoven with wine and garlic?
Check out ‘the French Beethoven‘.
Hear ‘the French Beethoven’ (and the real one) this October.
Our brand-new recording of Vivaldi’s iconic The Four Seasons is now available.Read More
David Daniels countertenor
Sir Roger Norrington director
Orchestra Of The Age Of Enlightenment
Playing time 69:26
Bach’s joyous and exhuberant Christmas Oratorio, in a brand-new recording – just in time for the festive season.Read More
This CD from our OAE RELEASED Label features the Orchestra’s Principal Horn, Roger Montgomery, as soloist in Mozart’s Horn Concertos, in performances directed by OAE Leader Margaret Faultless.Read More
Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro is the quintessential Glyndebourne opera – first performed in 1934 and in 1994 when the opera house re-opened.
‘This is a Figaro of rare grace, naturalness and charm’, said The Daily Telegraph, and for The Sunday Times it was a production that ‘affirms Mozart’s most beloved masterpiece as both of its time and perennially modern, Grandage oiling the comic mechanisms of Lorenzo Da Ponte’s libretto with a master technician’s hands.’Read More
For this CD we are joined by Polyphony and Stephen Layton for Bach’s most dramatic masterpiece. Featuring a starry team of soloists, Layton directs a vivid account, the excitement of the narrative drama contrasting with heartbreaking moments of reflection.
In Ian Bostridge, we have the most iconic Evangelist of the last twenty years; an artist who is an incomparable communicator, a singer of technical brilliance, and an impassioned, experienced interpreter of Bach’s music.Read More
William Christie conductor
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
Cast: Lorraine Hunt, David Daniels, Dawn Upshaw, Richard Croft
The young violinist Alina Ibragimova is already established as an admired recording artist, standing alongside great artists of the past and present with her versions of Bach and Beethoven’s violin works. She appears on this latest release with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and Vladimir Jurowski (in his Hyperion premiere) in a programme which includes a classic of the concerto repertoire: Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto in E minor, Op 64.Read More
Vladimir Jurowski conducts works by Mahler, including Songs of a Wayfarer with soloist Sarah Connolly,Read More
The DVD of Glyndebourne’s spectacular production of Purcell’s exuberant take on Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream is now available.Read More
The DVD of the 2011 Glydebourne production of Handel’s opera, featuring the OAE conducted by Ottavio Dantone.Read More
Our very first piece of Night Shift merchandise on the online shop! Enjoy your beer at home in this Night Shift branded tulip-shaped pint glass.
Find out more about The Night Shift.Read More
New for 2012, we are now selling ‘OAE goes Green’ travel mugs.
Perfect for taking your morning coffee or tea into the office, the plastic mugs come with a screw-top lid and a sleeve.
Read more about the OAE’s Green initiatives here.
So, save a few trees and order your mug today!
Mugs are also microwave and dishwasher safe.Read More