Aapo Häkkinen

Aapo Häkkinen (1976) began his musical education as a chorister at Helsinki Cathedral. He took up the harpsichord at the age of thirteen, studying with Elina Mustonen and Olli Porthan (organ) at the Sibelius Academy in his native Helsinki. From 1995 to 1998 he studied at the Amsterdam Sweelinck Conservatoire …

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Meredith Hall

Soprano Meredith Hall delights audiences on both sides of the Atlantic with her ‘lustrous sound and fluent legato’ (San Francisco Chronicle). She has appeared frequently with the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra (San Francisco), Tafelmusik of Toronto, Apollo’s Fire, Boston’s Handel and Haydn Society, Boston Baroque and The Toronto Symphony. Ms Hall’s …

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Matthew Halls

Matthew Halls studied music at New College, Oxford University where he was Organ Scholar and later Assistant Organist at New College. He graduated with a first-class degree and as the recipient of a British Academy Award was able to pursue further research interests into Historical Performance. During this time he …

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Thomas Hampson

Praised by the New York Times for his “ceaseless curiosity,” Thomas Hampson enjoys a singular international career as an opera singer, recording artist, and “ambassador of song,” maintaining an active interest in research, education, musical outreach, and technology. The American baritone has performed in the world’s most important concert halls …

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Handel and Haydn Society

The Handel and Haydn Society is a leader in historically informed performance, specializing in music for chorus and period orchestra from the Baroque and Classical eras. Each Handel and Haydn concert is distinguished by the use of instruments, techniques, and performance styles typical of the period in which the music …

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