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Bernard Richter (Atys), Stéphanie d'Oustrac (Cybele), Emmanuele De Negri (Sangaride), Nicolas Rivenq (Célénus), Marc Mauillon (Idas), Sophie Daneman (Doris), Jaël Azzaretti (Mélisse), Paul Agnew (Dieu du Sommeil), Cyril Auvity (Morphée), Bernard Deletre (Le Temps/Le Fleuve Sangar), Les Arts Florissants,...
These excellent singer-actors tread a fine line between sincerity and send-up...Les Arts Florissants excel themselves. The sumptuous realm of le roi soleil is here brilliantly evoked. — More…
Deborah Roberts (soprano), Tessa Bonner, Sally Dunkley, Ruth Holton, Caroline Trevor, David Gould, Deborah Miles-Johnson, Michael Lees, Philip Cave, Robert Johnston, Paul Agnew, Steven Harrold, Francis Steele, Stephen Charlesworth, Robert Evans, Julian Walker
The Tallis Scholars, Peter Phillips
Jorg Durmuller, Ekkehard Abele, Cornelia Samuelis, Bogna Bartosz, Paul Agnew & Klaus Mertens
The Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra & Choir & Boys Choir of the Sacraments Choir, Breda, Ton Koopman
Jörg Dürmüller (the Evangelist) is first-class in every way. He tells the tragic story sympathetically and often dramatically, and he has a fine, rich tone, and when he makes a lyrical comment... — More…
Danielle de Niese (Galatea), Charles Workman (Acis), Matthew Rose (Polyphemus), Paul Agnew (Damon), Ji-Min Park (Corydon), Lauren Cuthbertson (Galatea - dancer), Edward Watson (Acis - dancer), Steven McRae (Damon - dancer), Eric Underwood (Polyphemus - dancer), Paul Kay (Coridon - dancer)
Vocally, the star of the show is Matthew Rose, whose pitch-perfect Polyphemus conveys the bruised vulnerability of the inarticulate and ugly...The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment play suavely,... — More…