Nicholas McGegan

New York Times: McGegan conducts Juilliard415

“The sun rose twice on Monday evening during Juilliard415’s concert at Alice Tully Hall: first in Haydn’s Symphony No. 6 (“Morning,” 1761), then in Telemann’s cantata “Die Tageszeiten” (“The Times […]

Nicholas McGegan and Orli Shaham

McGegan brings “palpable joy” to the St. Louis Symphony

“McGegan, renowned as a Baroque and Classical specialist, turns the members of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra into a fine facsimile of a period band, dishing up stylistically impeccable and […]

Nicholas McGegan

McGegan and Adelaide Symphony Orchestra bring “Mendelssohn’s Dream to life”

“The scene was set by a baroque ensemble from the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Nicholas McGegan, in a colourful, feisty Brandenburg Concerto no 1 in F Mjor BWV 1046.” […]

Haydn Violin Concertos

Joseph Haydn: Violin Concertos

Composer: Franz Joseph Haydn

Hommage A Trois

William Berger: Hommage A Trois

Composer: Haydn, Mozart, Cimarosa


Haydn Symphonies Nos. 57, 67 & 68

Composer: Franz Joseph Haydn

Nicholas McGegan

Nic visits ‘A Day Out’ – Bronze Pigs at Rundle Mall, Adelaide

Pudding Chomeur

Dominique Labelle’s Pouding Chomeur

Courtesy of Dominique Labelle: “Pouding Chomeur” is a typical French Canadian dessert. It is VERY sweet and has almost no fat and no eggs, which is why it is called […]


Derbyshire Oatcakes

In the 1970’s my parents bought a weekend cottage in Over Haddon in Derbyshire which became our home after my father’s death. These oatcakes are a local specialty sold in […]