NY Times: Maestro of the Influential Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra to Step Down

On October 3, 2018 |
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McGegan St Lukes 2013

“He helped make the West Coast a period-instrument power. He expanded the repertory, conducting little-known Baroque works as well a new ones written for antique instruments. And he made the music of Handel and Rameau seem new again through acclaimed collaborations with the Mark Morris Dance Group.”

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