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Examples of "egarr"
The Academy's current Music Director is Richard Egarr.
Richard Egarr is a British keyboard performer, on the harpsichord, fortepiano and modern piano, and conductor.
He performs chamber music with pianist Ronald Brautigam, violinists Elizabeth Wallfisch, Andrew Manze and John Holloway and harpsichordists Richard Egarr and Lars Ulrik Mortensen. He has recorded Bach's suites for solo cello twice. With Egarr he has recorded Bach's sonatas for viola da gamba and harpsichord, and with Egarr and Manze, Bach's violin sonatas. With Mortensen and Holloway he has recorded Dieterich Buxtehude's complete chamber music, and with Ton Koopman, Pieter Hellendaal's cello sonatas.
He made his Glyndebourne debut in 2007 conducting a staged version of Bach's "St Matthew Passion". Richard Egarr is in demand across Europe, Japan and the USA for his solo and concerto performances. In chamber music, Richard Egarr has also been active. For many years he formed an "unequalled duo for violin and keyboard" ("Gramophone") with violinist Andrew Manze.
In addition, Philharmonia Baroque has welcomed eminent guest conductors to its podium including Richard Egarr, William Christie, Andrew Parrott, Jordi Savall, Gustav Leonhardt, Trevor Pinnock, Monica Huggett and Stanley Ritchie.
Davies currently has a residency at Wigmore Hall in London, which began in November 2012 and which continues in February and July with concerts in which he's partnered by harpsichordist Richard Egarr and lutenist Thomas Dunford.
Egarr has worked with all types of keyboards and performed repertoire ranging from fifteenth-century organ intabulations to Dussek and Chopin on early pianos, to Berg and Maxwell Davies on modern piano.
In 2011 October, Sato made a UK debut in Cambridge and London with the Academy of Ancient Music under direction of Richard Egarr, performing Niccolò Paganini's Violin Concerto No. 2 with gut strings on a period instrument.
Its principal and guest conductors and directors have included Monica Huggett, Sir Charles Mackerras, Roy Goodman, Anthony Halstead, Nicholas McGegan, Graham Lea-Cox, Richard Egarr, Nicholas Kraemer, Paul Brough, Andrew Arthur and Benjamin Bayl.
Monica Huggett been Artistic Director of Portland Baroque Orchestra since 1995. In addition, Portland Baroque Orchestra has engaged eminent guest conductors to its podium including Richard Egarr, Alexander Weimann, and Stanley Ritchie.
Kris Kwapis is a baroque trumpet and cornetto player. She has played with several period instrument ensembles including New York Collegium, Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Boston Early Music Festival, making music with conductors such as Andrew Parrott, Richard Egarr and Masaaki Suzuki.
A number of modern harpsichordists and pianists have achieved distinction in fortepiano performance, including Susan Alexander-Max, Paul Badura-Skoda, Malcolm Bilson, Hendrik Bouman, Ronald Brautigam, Gary Cooper, Jörg Demus, Richard Egarr, Richard Fuller, Robert Hill, Geoffrey Lancaster, Gustav Leonhardt, Robert Levin, Steven Lubin, Bart van Oort, Trevor Pinnock, David Schrader, Peter Serkin, Viviana Sofronitsky, Andreas Staier and Melvyn Tan.
Two modern performing editions of the concertos by the organists and musicologists Peter Williams and Ton Koopman provide missing movements and give suggestions for the ad libitum passages, possibly too earthbound according to some commentators. The recordings of the organists George Malcolm (1976) and Richard Egarr (2009) give further possibilities, which have so far not appeared in printed editions.
He works under the conducting of René Jacobs, William Christie, Christophe Rousset, Richard Egarr, Gianfranco Rivoli, Theodor Guschlbauer, Paul Daniel, Stefan Soltesz, Kazushi Ono, Antonio Pappano... alongside Nelly Miricioiu, Viorica Cortez, Elena Zaremba, Alain Vanzo, Donald McIntyre, Franco Farina, Willard White, José van Dam, Simon Keenlyside...
In 1973, the Academy of Ancient Music was revived by the British conductor and harpsichordist, Christopher Hogwood, for the purpose of playing 18th- and early 19th-century music on period instruments. For choral works, it is joined either by the Academy of Ancient Music Chorus or by a cathedral or collegiate choir with boys' voices. In 1996 the Academy of Ancient Music appointed Paul Goodwin as Associate Conductor and Andrew Manze as Associate Director under Christopher Hogwood. In 2003 Andrew Manze resigned as Associate director to be replaced in 2005 by Richard Egarr. On September 1, 2006, Richard Egarr succeeded Hogwood as Music Director of the Academy and Hogwood received the title of Emeritus Director.
Both Tavener recordings are on Harmonia Mundi (France), for whom The AAM has made a large number of CDs: Mozart's "Zaïde" and Christmas music by Schütz and his contemporaries (conducted by Paul Goodwin); violin concertos by J.S. Bach and Vivaldi; and concerti grossi by Handel and Geminiani (directed by Andrew Manze); and Bach's harpsichord concertos (played by Richard Egarr). Choral recordings include works by Bach, Handel, Purcell and Vivaldi, with King's College Choir under Stephen Cleobury, and several recordings with Edward Higginbottom and New College Choir, including Pergolesi's "Marian Vespers" and Handel's coronation anthems, a collection of music from 17th and 18th-century English coronations. With Richard Egarr, the orchestra has released Handel’s instrumental music Opp. 1–7, as well as Bach's four orchestral suites and his St John Passion. In 2013, the Academy launched an in-house label for its future recordings.
She has performed in Japan, Italy, New Zealand and Hong Kong. She has performed with Pinchgut Opera in "The Fairy-Queen", toured with Musica Viva, Australia Bach Ensemble and worked with Richard Egarr on Joseph Haydn's "The Creation" in Perth. Other projects include a program based on the life of Jane Austen, with pianist Bernadette Balkus and Musica Viva. She also appeared in Pinchgut Opera's production of Monteverdi's "L'Orfeo" to great critical acclaim.
Beebe has scrutinized original instruments in museums and private collections, and has maintained or prepared instruments for concerts, broadcasts or recordings on five continents. He has worked closely with performers including William Christie & "Les Arts Florissants", Richard Egarr, Richard Hickox, Christopher Hogwood, Igor Kipnis, Ton Koopman, Trevor Pinnock, Christophe Rousset & "Les Talens Lyriques", and Colin Tilney by providing instruments and services in some of the world’s most famous performance venues like the Sydney Opera House.
Composers Ralph Vaughan Williams, Sir Charles Villiers Stanford, William Sterndale Bennett, Orlando Gibbons and, more recently, Alexander Goehr, Thomas Adès, John Rutter, Julian Anderson and Judith Weir were all at Cambridge. The university has also produced some of today's leading instrumentalists and conductors, including Colin Davis, John Eliot Gardiner, Roger Norrington, Trevor Pinnock, Andrew Manze, Richard Egarr, Mark Elder, Richard Hickox, Christopher Hogwood, Andrew Marriner, David Munrow, Simon Standage, Endellion Quartet and Fitzwilliam Quartet. Although known primarily for its choral music, the university has also produced members of contemporary bands such as Radiohead, Hot Chip, Procol Harum, Clean Bandit, songwriter and entertainer Jonathan King, Henry Cow, and the singer-songwriter Nick Drake.
On 1 September 2006, harpsichordist Richard Egarr succeeded Hogwood as Music Director of the Academy of Ancient Music and Hogwood assumed the title of Emeritus Director. Hogwood said he expected to conduct 'at least one major project' with the Academy each year. He conducted the Academy in a series of concert performances of Handel operas which began in 2007 with "Amadigi". 2008 saw performances of "Flavio", and the series concluded in May 2009, the Handel anniversary, with "Arianna in Creta". In 2013 he conducted the Academy in "Imeneo".