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Jeanine De Bique's Carnegie Hall debut, June 27th @ 8pm

Jeanine De Bique
Jeanine De Bique

Mirrors, Ms De Bique’s first solo-CD with Concerto Köln was released by Berlin Classics in 2021 to outstanding reviews. Many of these works will be highlighted on this program.

6/6 Vivaldi: Concerto for Four Violins, Strings, and Continuo Unsuk Chin: Gran Cadenza for Two Violins Saint-Georges: Violin Concerto Vivaldi: The Four Seasons (Anne-Sophie Mutter, v; Mutter Virtuosi)

6/13 Schoenberg: Verklärte Nacht Strauss: Eine Alpensinfonie (Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra; Christian Thielemann, cond)

6/20 Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 25 Schoenberg: Kammersymphonie No. 1 Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 27 (Mahler Chamber Orchestra; Mitsuko Uchida, p and cond)

6/27 Internationally renowned soprano Jeanine De Bique makes her Carnegie Hall debut alongside opera and early music ensemble Concerto Köln. The program features music from De Bique’s acclaimed debut album, Mirrors, which explores emotionally charged arias composed for heroines such as Cleopatra, Rodelinda, and Alcina. By pairing and juxtaposing Handel’s famous works with arias written by his contemporaries for these same female protagonists, the insightful project reveals the deep, multifaceted nature of these characters, even when derived from a single libretto.
Handel: Sinfonia from Partenope, HWV 27
Graun: "Risolvere non oso" from Rodelinda
Handel: "Ritorna, o caro e dolce mio tesoro" from Rodelinda, HWV 19
Vinci: Sinfonia from Partenope
Graun: "L'empio rigor del fato" from Rodelinda
Handel: "Ah, mio cor!“ from Alcina, HWV 34
Handel: "Ballo: Entrée des songes agréables" from Alcina
Handel: "Ah, Ruggiero crudel" from Alcina
Handel: "Ombre pallide" from Alcina
Handel: Suite from Rodrigo
Manno: "Chi può dir che rea son io" from Achille in Sciro
Handel: "M'hai resa infelice" from Deidamia
Handel: Sonata in G major, Op. 5, No. 4, HWV. 399
Handel: "Che sento? Oh dio! ... Se pietà di me non senti" from Giulio Cesare
Handel: "Ballo: Entrée des Songes agréables effrayés - Combat des Songes funestes et agréables" from Ariodante
Graun: "Tra le procelle assorto" from Cleopatra e Cesare

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