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All Online Reviews

Online Reviews Editor: Emrys Jones

Specialist Online Reviews Editors: Allison Goudie, Fine Art; Tullia Giersberg, Music; Daniel Cook, Media; James Harriman-Smith, Theatre

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Infidelity, Deceit deluded, disappointed, outwitted: Haydn's L'Infedeltà Delusa

The Warden's Garden, New College, Oxford
July 2014
Peter Schofield
Haydn's operlet resists a disappointing turn in the weather to shine in New Chamber Opera's summer production.

Handel's Social Network: The Burlington Circle

1901 Arts Club, London
July 2014
Hannah Templeton, King's College London
Making the most of the intimate setting of the 1901 Arts Club, Baroque Encounter explore Handel's residency at Burlington House.

Lovers' Vows

Chawton House
July 2014
Dr Elizabeth A. Dolan and Dr Sally Holloway, Lehigh University and Historic Royal Palaces
A dazzling production of Inchbald's play that also casts light on Austen's novel.

Queen Anne

Baron's Court Theatre, London
July 2014
Miranda Reading, King's College London
A new play explores the life, reign and friendships of the last Stuart monarch.

'Die wahre Art': Leipzig Bachfest 2014

Leipzig, Germany
June 2014
Paul Corneilson
Paul Corneilson reflects on this year's Leipzig Bachfest in this special extended report.

Handel's Israel in Egypt

St John's, Smith Square, London
June 2014
Joseph Lockwood, New College, University of Oxford
Joe Lockwood situates this thrilling performance of the oratorio in its historical context.

Northanger Abbey by Val McDermid: The meta-Austen re-imagining

June 2014
Kathleen Hudson, The University of Sheffield
A review of Val McDermid's literary re-imagining of 'Northanger Abbey'.

Joséphine

Musée du Luxembourg, Paris
June 2014
Michael Burden, University of Oxford
An emphasis on breadth instead of depth prevents a fascinating array of objects from doing justice to this exhibition’s protagonist.

Handel's Faramondo at the Göttingen International Handel Festival 2014

Göttingen, Germany
June 2014
Ivan Ćurković, University of Zagreb / Heidelberg University
This exquisite performance of Faramondo concludes this year's Göttingen Handel Festival.

Caravaggio to Canaletto: The Glory of Italian Baroque and Rococo Painting

Szépmûvészeti Múzeum, Budapest
June 2014
Kate Grandjouan, Visiting Lecturer, Department of History of Art, University of Belgrade
An ambitious exhibition, and one which showed how images can elude the language of stylistic categorisation.



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