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July 17, 22 & 23

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In the News


2014 & 15 National and International Press Quotes

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The Financial Times: BBC Proms Review

“The afternoon concert at Cadogan Hall brought the Cleveland-based, period instrument ensemble Apollo’s Fire to London. Their programme of mostly Baroque music flickered and danced, distinguished by cultivated string tone and buoyancy of rhythm. The

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The London Telegraph: Apollo’s Fire & Alina Ibragimova: ‘superbly judged’

“I can’t imagine a more superbly judged and also fresh experience of the composer. The slow second movement of this early example of a symphony – unshowy but heavenly – almost brought tears to the

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The Amati Magazine: Apollo’s Fire to light up the Proms

“Conductor Jeannette Sorrell was once denied an audition because, she claims, a famous maestro told her the audience would never accept a woman as conductor. Her answer? ‘That’s OK – I want to work with

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Plain Dealer: Apollo’s Fire prepares for high-profile festival appearances in U.K., Italy

“Sure, the group is called The Cleveland Baroque Orchestra, and yes, Northeast Ohio is its home. Today, though, on the eve of its most important international engagements yet and two local concerts marking the occasions,

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The Boston Musical Intelligencer: Baroque Orchestra conquers Tanglewood

“Only a few minutes into the concert, one realized that this was going to be no typical Baroque sewing-machine outing…. The dramatic cadenza of astonishing virtuosity [in Brandenburg #5]… was indeed hair-raising and brilliantly played

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Plain Dealer: Apollo’s Fire enjoys hot streak with Billboard and Tanglewood triumphs

“Apollo’s Fire is burning hot. While most idle on vacation, Cleveland’s Baroque orchestra is setting the classical world aflame.”

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The London Telegraph Picks AF’s Vivaldi/Handel Concert for the “Best 5 Musical Moments of 2014”

AF’s trip to the UK in May 2014 resulted in being chosen by critic Ivan Hewett for his “best concerts of 2014” feature!

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