CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD

Conductor, Musicologist, Keyboard player

 

Calendar


March 2014

Poznan, Poland

February 2014

London

Hamburg, Germany

Cambridge, UK

November 2013

Basel, Switzerland

London

October 2013

Ithaca, NY

New York, USA

Poznan, Poland

London

September 2013

Pisa, Italy

London

Magnano, Italy

April 2013

Poznan, Poland

March 2013

London

Poznan and Łódź, Poland

December 2012

Munich, Germany

April 2012

Warsaw, Poland

Bonn, Germany

February 2012

Melbourne, Australia

Victoria, Australia

February 2011

Sheffield

December 2010

Zürich, Switzerland

August 2010

Schleswig-Holstein, Germany

July 2010

Schleswig-Holstein, Germany

King's Lynn

June 2010

Florence, Italy

Florence, Italy

April 2010

Leipzig, Germany

Bonn, Germany

March 2010

Turin, Italy

Bonn, Germany

Granada, Spain

Santa Cruz, Tenerife

February 2010

Munich, Germany

Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo, Japan

January 2010

Zürich, Switzerland

Frankfurt, Germany

December 2009

The Hague, The Netherlands

November 2009

Bremen, Germany

Leipzig, Germany

October 2009

Newcastle

Cambridge & London, UK

Cheltenham, UK

Stuttgart, Germany

Stuttgart, Germany

Cologne & Viersen, Germany

August 2009

Ulrichshusen, Germany

May 2009

Cracow, Poland

April 2009

Bern, Zurich, & Geneva - Switzerland

March 2009

London, UK

February 2009

Lisbon, Portugal

Bremen, Germany

January 2009

Madrid, Spain

November 2008

Frankfurt, Germany

Hannover, Germany

October 2008

Köln, Germany

Madrid, Spain

Vitoria, Spain

Pamplona, Spain

San Sebastian, Spain

Bilbao, Spain

September 2008

Piazzola sul Brenta, Italy

Ghent, Belgium

Viterbo, Italy

July 2008

Dublin, Ireland

June 2008

Barcelona, Spain

Halle, Germany

May 2008

Weimar, Germany

April 2008

London, UK

Birmingham, UK

Bremen, Germany

March 2008

Bremen, Germany

Athens, Greece

Boston, USA

New York, USA

February 2008

Bloomington, Indiana, USA

Bloomington, Indiana, USA

Köln, Germany

Leipzig, Germany

January 2008

Leipzig, Germany

November 2007

Barcelona, Spain

 

Event details


14 - 15 March 2014

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra

Vaughan WilliamsFantasia on a theme by Thomas Tallis
HandelConcerto Grosso Op.6 No. 1 in G major HWV 319
GeminianiConcerto Grosso No. 12 after Corelli Follia
CorelliConcerto Grosso Op.6 No. 2 in F major
TippettFantasia Concertante on a theme of Corelli 

Poznan, Poland
Adam Mickiewicz University Concert Hall
Friday 14 March, 19:00
Saturday 15 March, 18:00


20 February 2014

Christopher Hogwood musicologist

Gresham College Lecture
Music in Context 5:
For Self-Promotion

Mozart Quintet for piano and winds K.452

Notus Winds:
Eleanor Tinlin oboe
Jordan Black clarinet
Carys Evans horn
Jonathan Davies bassoon

Kei Ma piano

London
St Sepulchre Holborn
Thursday 20 February, 13:00


16 - 17 February 2014

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Thomas Zehetmair violin
Hamburg Philharmoniker

MendelssohnOverture from "The Fair Melusine" Op.32
MendelssohnViolin Concerto in E minor Op.64
MendelssohnSymphony No.4 in A major "Italian"

Hamburg, Germany
Elbphilharmonie und Laeiszhalle Betriebsgesellschaft
Sunday 16 February, 11:00
Monday 17 February, 20:00


5 February 2014

Christopher Hogwood musicologist

The Friends of Cambridge University Library
In association with the International Association of Music Libraries (UK and Ireland)

Cambridge's Musical Records

A talk on the richness and significance of the Library’s music archives for research and the preservation of British musical heritage, including the launch of the Thurston Dart Archive, a recent donation received at the Library. The event marks the Diamond Jubilee of the UK and Ireland branch of the International Association of Music Libraries.

Cambridge, UK
Cambridge University Library, Milstein Seminar Rooms
Wednesday 5 February, 17:30


23 November 2013

Christopher Hogwood conductor
François Leleux oboe
Camerata Salzburg
Martinů Festival Basel

RousselConcerto for small orchestra Op.34
MozartSerenade No. 13 in G major K.525 "Eine kleine Nachtmusik"
MartinůConcerto for Oboe and Small Orchestra H.353
MartinůSerenade for Chamber Orchestra H.322 “Eine kleine Nachtmusik"
MozartSymphony in D major K.297 "Paris" 

Basel, Switzerland
Stadtcasino Basel
Saturday 23 November, 19:00


14 November 2013

Christopher Hogwood musicologist

Gresham College Lecture
Music in Context 2:
At an Amateur Domestic Evening

Haydn Symphony No. 104 'London' arr. Salomon

Royal Academy of Music historical performance ensemble:
Davina Clarke violin
Katie Stevens violin
Jordan Bowron viola
Lucia Cappellaro cello
Emma Halnan flute
Nathaniel Mander fortepiano

London
St Sepulchre Holborn
Thursday 14 November, 13:00


25 - 31 October 2013

Christopher Hogwood A. D. White Professor-at-Large
Cornell University

Residency at Cornell University, including a public lecture:

"The Past is a Foreign Country"
Call Auditorium (Kennedy Hall)
Friday 25 October, 17:15

Ithaca, NY
Cornell University
Friday 25 October - Thursday 31 October


22 - 24 October 2013

Christopher Hogwood
The Juilliard School

Residency focussing on Corelli's Op. 5 violin sonatas and Geminiani's arrangements of them.

New York, USA
The Juilliard School
Tuesday 22 October - Thursday 24 October


18 October 2013

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra

HaydnSymphony No. 6 in D major "Le Matin"
HaydnSymphony No. 7 in C major "Le Midi"
HaydnSymphony No. 8 in G major "Le Soir"

Poznan, Poland
Adam Mickiewicz University Concert Hall
Friday 18 October, 19:00


11 October 2013

Christopher Hogwood musicologist

Gresham College Lecture
Music in Context 1:
In Prison Camp

Messaien Quatuor pour la Fin du Temps

Oliver Janes clarinet
Tanya Sweiry violin
Hannah Rose Innes cello
Morta Grigaliunaite piano

London
St Sepulchre Holborn
Friday 11 October, 13:00


27 September 2013

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Ania Vegry soprano
Theresa Holzhauser mezzo soprano
Martin Platz tenor
Rafał Pawnuk bass
NDR Choir
NDR Radiophilharmonie Hannover

HaydnSymphony No. 49 in F minor "La Passione"
MozartExsultate Jubilate K.165
Mozart"Coronation Mass" K.317

Pisa, Italy
Pisa Cathedral
Friday 27 September, 20:00


20 September 2013

Christopher Hogwood musicologist

Desert Island Haydn:

Christopher discusses one of his favourite symphonies, No. 104 "London", with live musical examples performed by current and former students from the Historical Performance Department.

London
David Josefowitz Recital Hall,
Royal Academy of Music
Friday 20 September, 18:00


6 September 2013

Christopher Hogwood musicologist

Musica Antica a Magnano: XI International Clavichord Symposium
"The Practice of Preluding"

Illustrated with a short clavichord recital by Michael Tsalka

Magnano, Italy
Chiesa di Santa Marta
6 September 2013, 09:30


26-27 April 2013

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Henning Kraggerud violin
Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra

MendelssohnOverture from "The Fair Melusine" Op.32
MendelssohnViolin Concerto in E minor Op.64
MendelssohnSymphony No.5 in D major "Reformation"

Poznan, Poland
Adam Mickiewicz University Concert Hall
Friday 26 April, 19:00
Saturday 27 April, 18:00


27 March 2013

Christopher Hogwood musicologist

Gresham College Lecture:
London - Music under the shadow of Handel

Music by Boyce, Arne, Festing and Geminiani.
Royal Academy of Music historical performance ensemble.

London
Christ Church Spitalfields
Wednesday 27 March, 13:00


22-24 March 2013

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Monika Mych soprano
Sylwester Smulczyński tenor

Adam Palka bass
Soloists of the Polish Dance Theatre
Ewa Wycichowska choreographer
Poznan Philharmonic Orchestra

JS BachBrandenburg Concerto No.3 BWV 1048 (cadenza by Krzystof Penderecki)
JS Bach arr WebernFuga (Ricercata) a 6 voci BWV 1079
StravinskyPulcinella (complete ballet) 

Poznan and Łódź, Poland
Poznan, Poland
Adam Mickiewicz University Concert Hall, Poznan
Friday 22 March, 19:00

Łódź, Poland
Arthur Rubinstein Philharmonic Hall
Sunday 24 March, 18:00


17-18 December 2012

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Antoine Tamestit viola
Bayerische Staatsorchester

MendelssohnOverture "Hebrides" Op.26
MozartViola Concerto in A after the concerto for clarinet K.622
MendelssohnSymphony No.3 in A minor Op.56 "Scottish"

Munich, Germany
Bayerische Staatsoper
Monday 17 December, 20:00
Tuesday 18 December, 20:00


27-28 April 2012

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Olga Pasiecznik soprano
Ewa Marciniec alto
Rafał Bartmiński tenor
Rafał Siwek bass
Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra & Chorus

MozartSymphony No.39 in E-flat major K.543
HaydnMass in D minor Hob.XXII "Nelson Mass"

Warsaw, Poland
Warsaw Philharmonic Concert Hall
27 April 2012, 19:30
28 April 2012, 18:00


22 April 2012

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Beethoven Orchester Bonn

StraussSerenade for 13 Wind Instruments in E-flat major Op.7
ElgarSerenade for strings in E minor Op.20
BrahmsSerenade No.2 in A major Op.16

Bonn, Germany
Beethovenhalle
Sunday 22 April, 18:00


27 February 2012

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Amir Farid piano
Australian Youth Orchestra

Mendelssohn Overture to A Midsummer Night's Dream Op.21
Mendelssohn Piano Concerto No.1 in G minor Op.25
Mendelssohn "War March of the Priests" from Athalia Op.74
Mendelssohn Symphony No.5 in D minor Op.107 'Reformation'

Melbourne, Australia
Melbourne Recital Centre
Monday 27 February, 19:30


26 February 2012

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Amir Farid piano
Australian Youth Orchestra

Mendelssohn Overture to A Midsummer Night's Dream Op.21
Mendelssohn Piano Concerto No.1 in G minor Op.25
Mendelssohn "War March of the Priests" from Athalia Op.74
Mendelssohn Symphony No.5 in D minor Op.107 'Reformation'

Victoria, Australia
Eastbank Concert Hall
Sunday 26 February, 15:00


23 February 2011

Christopher Hogwood musicologist

The Sheffield Lectures - The Past is a Foreign Country
On its journey from composer’s manuscript to concert hall, the performance of a musical work passes through the hands of editor and intepreter. Both make decisions, often based on personal choices, and both have to satisfy the tastes and needs of a changing public. Christopher Hogwood compares the options open to an editor, and the expectations of the modern performer, and measures these against the evidence available to the interpreter today, and the range of choices to be made. He draws examples from editing music ranging from the 17th to the 20th century, and includes the evidence of historical recordings of well-known vocal and choral masterpieces, in addition to documentary sources on performance practice.

Sheffield
The Firth Hall, University of Sheffield
Wednesday 23 February, 17:30


26, 30 December 2010

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Opernhaus Zürich

Mozart Le Nozze di Figaro

Zürich, Switzerland
Opernhaus Zürich
Sunday 26 December, 14:00
Thursday 30 December, 19:00


1 August 2010

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Sally Matthews soprano
Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra and Choir

Mendelssohn Reformation Symphony
Schumann Mass in C minor

Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Musik- und Kongresshalle, Lübeck
Sunday 1 August, 19:00


31 July 2010

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Sally Matthews soprano
Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra and Choir

Mendelssohn Reformation Symphony
Schumann Mass in C minor

Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Christkirche Rendsburg, Rendsburg
Saturday 31 July, 20:00


21 July 2010

Christopher Hogwood conductor, musicologist, keyboard player

"In conversation" with James Jolly

BBC Radio 3 presenter James Jolly interviews Christopher, a former Artistic Director of The King's Lynn Festival. Following the interview there will be an opportunity to meet Christopher at a post-event reception.

King's Lynn
King's Lynn Town Hall
Wednesday 21 July, 19:30


12 June 2010

Premio Internazionale Le Muse prize-giving ceremony

The international award "The Muse" was designed by Giuliana Plastino Fiumicelli in 1965 and endorsed by the mayor Giorgio La Pira. Awards are bestowed upon people who have distinguished themselves in the sphere of one of the Greek mythological muses; art, music, dance, and in recent years, film and television. There are twelve awards for as many areas of culture. This year will be the 45th ceremony of "Le Muse" and Christopher will receive the Polyhymnia award.

Florence, Italy
Palazzo Vecchio
Saturday 12 June, 17:00


11 June 2010

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Ingrid Kaiserfeld soprano
Klara Ek soprano
Steve Davislim tenor
Orchestra e coro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino

Mendelssohn Symphony No.2 in B flat major Op.52 'Lobgesang'

Florence, Italy
Teatro Comunale di Firenze
Friday 11 June, 20:30


22, 23 April 2010

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Ruth Ziesak soprano
Klara Ek soprano
Catherine Wyn-Rogers mezzosoprano
Lilli Paasikivi alto
Steve Davislim tenor
Matthias Goerne baritone
Kristinn Sigmundsson bass
Leipzig Gewandhaus

Schumann Scenes from Faust

Leipzig, Germany
Gewandhaus zu Leipzig
Thursday 22 April, 20:00
Friday 23 April, 20:00


18 April 2010

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Tabea Zimmermann viola
Beethoven Orchester Bonn

Haydn Symphony No.26 in D minor 'Lamentatione'
MozartViola Concerto in A after the concerto for clarinet K622
MozartMasonic Funeral Music K479a / K477
Haydn Symphony No.104 in D 'London'

Bonn, Germany
Beethovenhalle
Sunday 18 April, 11:00


31 March, 1 April 2010

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Rachel Harnisch soprano
Rosa Bove contralto
Jörg Schneider tenor
Christof Fischesser bass
RAI Orchestra Turin

Haydn Symphony no.104 in D 'London'
Mozart Requiem K626

Turin, Italy
L'Auditorium 'A. Toscanini' della Rai
Wednesday 31 March, 21:00
Thursday 1 April, 20:30


21 March 2010

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Reinhold Friedrich trumpet
Beethoven Orchester Bonn

HaydnSymphony No.13 in D major
HaydnConcerto in E flat major for Trumpet Hob VIIe:1
MozartSymphony No.41 in C major "Jupiter" K551

Bonn, Germany
Beethovenhalle - Grossersaal
Sunday 21 March, 11:00


12, 13 March 2010

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Cédric Tiberghien piano
Orquesta Ciudad de Granada

MendelssohnOverture "Ruy Blas" Op.95
MendelssohnPiano Concerto No.1 in G minor Op.25
HaydnSymphony No.96 in D major

Granada, Spain
Palacio de Congresos
Friday 12 March, 21:00


5 March 2010

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Benjamin Hulett tenor
Jeffery Cooper horn
Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife

MozartSerenade No.9 in D major K320 "Posthorn" (Movements 1-4)
BrittenSerenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings Op.31
RegerSerenade in G major Op.141a
MozartSerenade No.9 in D major K320 "Posthorn" (Movements 5-7)

Santa Cruz, Tenerife
Auditorio de Tenerife
Friday 5 March, 20:30


24, 25, 26 and 27 February 2010

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Simona Saturova soprano
Stella Doufexis mezzo
Benjamin Bruns tenor
Michael Volle bass
Munich Philharmonic Orchestra

MendelssohnOverture 'Ruy Blas' Op.95
MartinůSinfonia Concertante No.2 in B flat Major 'Homage to Haydn'
HaydnPaukenmesse Hob.XXII:9

Munich, Germany
Philharmonie am Gasteig, Munich
24 February, 20:00
25 February, 20:00
26 February, 20:00
27 February, 19:00


14 February

Christopher Hogwood musicologist

"The past is a foreign country — they do things differently there"

On its journey from composer’s manuscript to concert hall performance a musical work passes through the hands of editor and interpreter. Both make decisions, often based on personal choices, and both have to satisfy the tastes and needs of a changing public.

Christopher Hogwood compares the options open to an editor, and the expectations of the modern performer, and measures these against the evidence available to the interpreter today, and the range of choices to be made. He draws examples from editing music ranging from the 17th to the 20th century, and includes the evidence of historical recordings of well-known vocal and choral masterpieces, in addition to documentary sources on performance practice.

Tokyo, Japan
Showa Music University, Tokyo
Sunday 14 February, 14.00


13 February

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Naomi Satake soprano
Mutsumi Hatano alto
Hirohisa Tsuji tenor
Masato Makino bass
7th Handel Festival Japan
Cannons Concert Chamber Choir and Orchestra

Handel L'Allegro, il penseroso ed il moderato (Parts 1 and 2)
Handel Ode for St Cecilia's Day

Tokyo, Japan
Hama Rikyu Asahi Hall, Tokyo
Saturday 13 February, 15.00


23 January 2010

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Zurich Chamber Orchestra

Handel Concerto Grosso in G major Op.6 No.1
Tippett Lament from Divertimento on 'Sellinger's Round'
Geminiani Concerto Grosso in E minor Op.3 No.3

Elgar Serenade for strings in E minor Op.20
Holst St Paul's suite Op.29 No.2
Mozart Symphony No.4 in D major

Zürich, Switzerland
Tonhalle
Saturday 23 January, 19.30


17 and 18 January

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Alexander Rudin cello
Andrea Lauren Brown soprano
Mareike Braun soprano
Johannes Chum tenor
Frankfurter Museums-Gesellschaft

Cherubini Overture to Anacreon
Haydn Concerto in C major for cello
Mendelssohn Symphony No.2 in B flat major Op.52 'Lobgesang'

Frankfurt, Germany
Alte Oper Frankfurt
Sunday 17 January, 11.00
Monday 18 January, 20.00


18 and 20 December

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Henriette Bonde-Hansen soprano
Christoph Genz tenor
Georg Zeppenfeld bass
Residentie Orchestra

Haydn Die Schöpfung

The Hague, The Netherlands
Dr Anton Philipszaal
Friday 18 December, 20.15
Sunday 20 December, 14.15


23 and 24 November

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Iveta Apkalna organ
Bremer Philharmoniker

Weber Jubel Overture Op.59
Rheinberger Organ Concerto No.2 in G minor Op.177
Mendelssohn Theme and Variations in D major for solo organ
Mendelssohn Symphony No.5 in D minor Op.107 'Reformation'

Bremen, Germany
Die Glocke
Monday 23 November, 20.00
Tuesday 24 November, 20.00


12 and 13 November 2009

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Christian Funke violin
Leipzig Gewandhaus

MozartOverture to Don Giovanni
PaganiniViolin Concerto No.1 in D major Op.6
R. StraussSextet from Capriccio
R. StraussLe Bourgeois Gentilhomme, Op.60

Leipzig, Germany
Gewandhaus
Thursday 12 November, 20.00
Friday 13 November, 20.00, with live radio broadcast


29 October 2009

Christopher Hogwood musicologist
Avison Ensemble

“The admirable Geminiani” — teacher, model, colleague to Charles Avison

An examination of the techniques of Francesco Geminiani, his didactic principles and the very differing appreciations of his music in the 18th century.

Newcastle
Newcastle City Library Lecture Theatre
Thursday 29 October, 19.00


22 and 26 October 2009

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Jacqueline Shave violin
Caroline Dearnley cello
Nicholas Daniel oboe
Ursula Leaveaux bassoon
Britten Sinfonia

Purcell Overture to The Fairy Queen
Handel Concerto Grosso in F major Op.3 No.4
Haydn Symphony no.70 in D major
Mendelssohn Overture 'Die Schöne Melusine' Op.32
Martinů Sinfonia Concertante No.2 in B flat major 'Homage to Haydn'

Cambridge & London, UK
West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge
Thursday 22 October, 20.00
Queen Elizabeth Hall, London
Monday 26 October, 19.30


18 October 2009

Christopher Hogwood musicologist
Cheltenham Literary Festival

Christopher talks about his recently reissued Haydn's Visits to England

Cheltenham, UK
Sunday 18th October, 14.00


16 October 2009

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Anne Angerer oboe
Libor Sima bassoon
Mila Georgieva violin
Julian Steckel cello
Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra

Weber Overture to Der Freischütz
Haydn Sinfonia Concertante in B flat Hob. I/105
Mendelssohn Symphony No.3 in A minor 'Scottish'

Stuttgart, Germany
Beethovensaal
Friday 16 October, 20.00


14 October 2009

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Anne Angerer oboe
Libor Sima bassoon
Mila Georgieva violin
Julian Steckel cello
Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra

Weber Overture to Der Freischütz
Haydn Sinfonia Concertante in B flat Hob. I/105
Britten Soirées Musicales Op.9 (after Rossini)

Stuttgart, Germany
Beethovensaal
Wednesday 14 October, 13.00


9 and 10 October 2009

Handel arr. ElgarOverture in D minor from Chandos Anthem no.2
SpohrConcerto for string quartet and orchestra in A minor Op.131
ElgarIntroduction and Allegro Op.47
SpohrSymphony No.6 in G major 'Historic Symphony' Op.116

Cologne & Viersen, Germany
Cologne
Friday 9 October
Viersen
Saturday 10 October


30 August 2009

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Gautier Capuçon cello
NDR Radiophilharmonie
Mecklenburg Festival

Haydn Symphony No.100 in G major 'Military'
Haydn Concerto in C major for cello
Vaughan Williams Symphony No.9 in E minor

Ulrichshusen, Germany
Festspielscheune
Sunday 30 August, 16.00

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29 and 30 May 2009

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Karol Szymanowski Philharmonic Orchestra
www.filharmonia.krakow.pl

HaydnSymphony No.100 in G major 'Military'
Haydn'Nelson Mass' in D minor

Cracow, Poland
Cracow Philharmonic Hall
Friday 29 May, 19.00
Saturday 30 May, 18.00

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26 - 28 April 2009

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Mathias Kirschnreit piano
Österreichisch-Ungarische Haydn Philharmonie
Haydn Philharmonie

Mendelssohn Piano Concerto No.1 in G minor Op.25
Fabian Müller Konzert für Orchester (world premiere)
Mendelssohn Symphony No.4 in A major 'Italian' Op.90 (revised version)

Bern, Zurich, & Geneva - Switzerland
Kultur-Casino, Bern
Sunday 26 April, 19.30
Tonhalle, Zurich
Monday 27 April, 19.30
Victoria Hall, Geneva
Tuesday 28 April, 20.30

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31 March - 20 April 2009

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Wayne McGregor director/choreographer
Lucy Carter lighting designer
Hildegard Baechler set designer/costume designer (Acis)
Fotini Dimou costume designer (Dido)

Purcell
Sarah Connelly Dido
Lucas Meachem Aeneas
Lucy Crowe Belinda
Anita Watson Second Woman
Sarah Fulgoni Sorceress
Eri Nakamura First Witch
Pumeza Matshikiza Second Witch
Iestyn Davies Spirit/Mercurio
Ji-Min Park Sailor

Handel
Danielle De Niese Galatea
Charles Workman Acis
Paul Agnew Damon
Ji-Min Park Coridon
Matthew Rose Polypheme

Royal Opera House
www.roh.org.uk
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
www.oae.co.uk

Purcell Dido and Aeneas
Handel Acis and Galatea

London, UK
Royal Opera House
Tuesday 31 March, 19.30
Friday 3 April, 19.30
Wednesday 8 April, 19.30
Saturday 11 April, (Matinee) 12.30
Wednesday 15 April, 19.30
Saturday 18 April, 19.30
Monday 20 April, 19.30


22 February 2009

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Metropolitan Orchestra, Lisbon
www.oml.pt

HandelConcerto in D major for trumpets and horns HWV335a
Haydn Symphony No.70 in D major
MartinůLa Revue de Cuisine
MendelssohnSymphony No.3 in A minor 'Scottish' Op.56

Lisbon, Portugal
Centro Cultural de Belem
Sunday 22 February, 17.00


9 February 2009
10 February 2009

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Ronald Brautigam piano
Bremer Philharmoniker

Mendelssohn Overture 'Hebrides' Op.26 (Rome, first version)
Mendelssohn Piano Concerto No.1 in G minor Op.25
Mendelssohn Sonata for Piano Op.28 'Sonate Ecossaise'
Mendelssohn Symphony No.3 in A minor 'Scottish' Op.56

Bremen, Germany
Die Glocke
Monday 9 February, 20.00
Tuesday 10 February, 20.00


11 – 28 January 2009

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Robert Lepage director
Johann Reuter Nick Shadow
Daniela Barcellona Baba the Turk
Darren Jeffery Trulove
Maria Bayo Anne Trulove
Toby Spence Tom Rakewell
Julianne Young Mother Goose
Eduardo Santamaria Sellem
Josep Ribot Keeper of the Madhouse

Stravinsky The Rake's Progress

Madrid, Spain
Teatro Real
www.teatro-real.es
Sunday 11 January, 18.00
Tuesday 13 January, 20.00
Thursday 15 January, 20.00
Saturday 17 January, 20.00
Monday 19 January, 20.00
Thursday 22 January, 20.00
Saturday 24 January, 20.00
Monday 26 January, 20.00
Wednesday 28 January, 20.00


21 November 2008
22 November 2008

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Giuliano Carmignola violin
tbc lutenist
Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra
Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra

tbc Renaissance works for solo lute
Vivaldi 2 violin concerti
Respighi Antiche danze ed arie – Suite
Mendelssohn Symphony No.4 in A major 'Italian' Op.90 (revised version)

Frankfurt, Germany
Alte Oper
Friday 21 November, 19.00

Saturday 22 November, 19.00


13 November 2008
14 November 2008

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Barbara Bonney first soprano
Christina Landshamer second soprano
Werner Güra tenor
NDR Radiophilharmonie and NDR Choir
NDR Radiophilharmonie.

Bach arr. Schoenberg Prelude and Fugue BWV552

Pärt Pilgrim's Songs
Mendelssohn Lobgesang Op.52 (Hymn of Praise)

Hannover, Germany
NDR, Grosser Sendesaal
Thursday 13 June, 20.00

Friday 14 June, 20.00


30 October 2008

Christopher Hogwood conductor
WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln
www.koelner-philharmonie.de

Haydn Symphony No.22 in E flat major 'The Philosopher'
Prokofiev Symphony No.1 Op.25 'Classical'
Françaix 11 Variations on a theme of Haydn
Ravel/Holloway Menuet sur le nom d'Haydn
Haydn Symphony No.82 in C major 'The Bear'

Köln, Germany
Funkhaus Köln
Thursday 30 October, 20.00


17 October 2008

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Ainhoa Arteta soprano
Orquesta de Euskadi
www.euskadikoorkestra.es

Mendelssohn Overture 'Hebrides' Op.26
Strauss Four Last Songs
Elgar Serenade for strings in E minor Op.20
Elgar Enigma Variations Op.36

Madrid, Spain
Auditorio Nacional
Friday 17 October, 20.00


16 October 2008

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Ainhoa Arteta soprano
Orquesta de Euskadi
www.euskadikoorkestra.es

Mendelssohn Overture 'Hebrides' Op.26
Strauss Four Last Songs
Elgar Serenade for strings in E minor Op.20
Elgar Enigma Variations Op.36

Vitoria, Spain
Principal Theater
Thursday 16 October, 20.00


15 October 2008

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Ainhoa Arteta soprano
Orquesta de Euskadi
www.euskadikoorkestra.es

Mendelssohn Overture 'Hebrides' Op.26
Strauss Four Last Songs
Elgar Serenade for strings in E minor Op.20
Elgar Enigma Variations Op.36

Pamplona, Spain
Auditorio Baluarte
Wednesday 15 October, 20.00


13 October 2008
14 October 2008

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Ainhoa Arteta soprano
Orquesta de Euskadi
www.euskadikoorkestra.es

Mendelssohn Overture 'Hebrides' Op.26
Strauss Four Last Songs
Elgar Serenade for strings in E minor Op.20
Elgar Enigma Variations Op.36

San Sebastian, Spain
Kursaal
Monday 13 October, 20.00


11 October 2008

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Ainhoa Arteta soprano
Orquesta de Euskadi
www.euskadikoorkestra.es

Mendelssohn Overture 'Hebrides' Op.26
Strauss Four Last Songs
Elgar Serenade for strings in E minor Op.20
Elgar Enigma Variations Op.36

Bilbao, Spain
Palacio Euskalduna
Saturday 11 October, 20.00


23 – 27 September 2008

Christopher Hogwood conductor

Christopher will conduct the final concert of the Second International Early Music Workshop. The programme is still to be confirmed.

Piazzola sul Brenta, Italy
Villa Contarini (sala delle Conchiglie)
Saturday 27 September, 21.00


22 September 2008

Christopher Hogwood director
Arte dell'Arco

Programme to feature a selection of concerti from Vivaldi's L'Estro Armonico Op.3

Ghent, Belgium

Monday 22 September


20 September 2008

Christopher Hogwood director
Arte dell'Arco

Programme to feature a selection of concerti from Vivaldi's L'Estro Armonico Op.3

Viterbo, Italy

Saturday 20 September


28 June – 4 July 2008

Christopher Hogwood director
eX

From 28 June, Christopher leads a series of master-classes, rehearsals and workshops for eX's production of The Rape of the Lock (poem by Alexander Pope, music by Handel).

Dublin, Ireland

Friday 4 July, 20.00


18 June 2008

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Orquestra Simfònica de L'Esmuc (Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya)
www.esmuc.net

Mendelssohn Overture 'Ruy Blas' Op.95
Mozart Serenade No.12 in C minor for winds K388
Haydn Symphony No.101 'The Clock'

Barcelona, Spain
L'Auditori, Sala Simfònica
Wednesday 18 June, 19.00





5 June 2008

Händel-Festspiele
www.haendelfestspiele.halle.de

Christopher attends the Awards Ceremony to receive The Handel Prize (Handel Honours Award).

Halle, Germany

Thursday 5 June, 19.30


25 May 2008
26 May 2008

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Weimar Staatskapelle
www.nationaltheater-weimar.de

Mendelssohn Overture 'Hebrides' Op.26 (first version - 1830)
Mendelssohn Symphony No.3 in A minor 'Scottish' Op.56
Mendelssohn Symphony No.5 in D minor 'Reformation' Op.107

Weimar, Germany
Weimarhalle
Sunday 25 May, 19.30
Monday 26 May, 19.30


17 April 2008

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Iestyn Davies Flavio
Robin Blaze Guido
Karina Gauvin Emilia
Renata Pokupic Teodata
Maite Beaumont Vitige
James Gilchrist Ugone
James Rutherford Lotario
Academy of Ancient Music
www.aam.co.uk

Handel Flavio

London, UK
Barbican
Thursday 17 April, 19.00


15 April 2008

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Iestyn Davies Flavio
Robin Blaze Guido
Karina Gauvin Emilia
Renata Pokupic Teodata
Maite Beaumont Vitige
James Gilchrist Ugone
James Rutherford Lotario
Academy of Ancient Music
www.aam.co.uk

Handel Flavio

Birmingham, UK
Town Hall
Tuesday 15 April, 19.00


1 April 2008

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Bremen Philharmonic
www.bremerphilharmoniker.de

BrahmsSerenade No.1 in D major Op.11
MozartSymphony No.41 in C major 'Jupiter' K551

Bremen, Germany
Die Glocke, Großer Saal
Tuesday 1 April, 20.00


31 March 2008

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Bremen Philharmonic
www.bremerphilharmoniker.de

BrahmsSerenade No.1 in D major Op.11
MozartSymphony No.41 in C major 'Jupiter' K551

Bremen, Germany
Die Glocke, Großer Saal
Monday 31 March, 20.00


22 March 2008

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Sonia Theodoridou soprano
Marita Paparizou mezzo
Antonis Koroneos tenor
Christopher Stamboglis bass-baritone
Greek National Radio Choir
Athens Camerata
www.musiciansgallery.com

HaydnSymphony No.94 in G major 'Surprise'
HaydnMass in D minor 'Lord Nelson'

Athens, Greece
Megaron
Saturday 22 March


7 March 2008
9 March 2008

Christopher Hogwood conductor
James Sommerville horn
Handel and Haydn Society
www.handelandhaydn.org

MozartSymphony No.25 in G minor K183
HaydnHorn Concerto No.1 in D major
Mozart/LevinConcert Rondo K371 and Allegro K370b in E flat
HaydnSymphony No.88 in G major

Boston, USA
Symphony Hall
Friday 7 March, 20.00


1 March 2008

Christopher Hogwood conductor
The Academy - A Program of Carnegie Hall, The Juilliard School, and the Weill Music Institute
www.acjw.org

HaydnSymphony No.22 in E flat major 'The Philosopher'
MartinůLa Revue de Cuisine(complete ballet) H.161
Haydn/WranitzkyDivertimento in B flat No.1 from Op.71, arr. for nonet
StravinskyPulcinella Suite

New York, USA
Zankel Hall
Saturday 1 March, 19.00


23 February 2008

Christopher Hogwood director

Masterclass for Early Music

Bloomington, Indiana, USA
Jacobs School of Music
Saturday 23 February, 10.00


22 February 2008

Christopher Hogwood speaker

'The Past is a foreign Country: they do things differently there'




A survey of the important changes in musical perceptions that have occurred with the advent of the Historically Informed Performance movement; consideration of the present dilemmas for performers and listeners; the difficulties of reconciling past practices with present day economic needs; and the disappearance of interest in 'amateur' music making or private performance.

Bloomington, Indiana, USA
Jacobs School of Music
Friday 22 February, 16.00


15 February 2008

Christopher Hogwood conductor
WestDeustche Radio Symphony Orchestra
www.wdr.de

MozartSymphony No.32 in G major K318
HaydnSymphony No.45 in F sharp minor 'Farewell'
SchnittkeMoz-Art à la Haydn
TchaikovskySuite No.4 in G major Op.61 'Mozartiana'

Köln, Germany
Funkhaus Wallrafplatz
Friday 15 February, 20.00


2 February 2008
8 February 2008
10 February 2008

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Marika Schönberg Vitellia
Rainer Trost Tito
Kathrin Göring Sesto
Gabriela Scherer Annio
Susanna Andersson/Ainoah Garmendia Servilia
Pavel Kudinov/Tuomas Pursio Publio
Leipzig Opera
www.oper-leipzig.de

Mozart La Clemenza di Tito K621

Leipzig, Germany
Opera House
Saturday 2 February, 19.00


25 January 2008
27 January 2008
31 January 2008

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Marika Schönberg Vitellia
Rainer Trost Tito
Kathrin Göring Sesto
Gabriela Scherer Annio
Susanna Andersson/Ainoah Garmendia Servilia
Pavel Kudinov/Tuomas Pursio Publio
Leipzig Opera
www.oper-leipzig.de

MozartLa Clemenza di Tito K621

Leipzig, Germany
Opera House
Friday 25 January, 19.30


23 November 2007
24 November 2007
25 November 2007

Christopher Hogwood conductor
Barcelona Symphony Orchestra
www.auditori.com

MendelssohnOverture 'Hebrides' Op.26 (first version)
SchubertSymphony No.5 in B flat major D485
MendelssohnSymphony No.3 in A minor 'Scottish' Op.56

Barcelona, Spain
L'Auditori Simfonica
Friday 23 November, 21.00


 
 

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