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His death was confirmed by the Academy of Ancient Music, the orchestra he founded in 1973 and with which he had many of his greatest successes.
As Choral Scholars they follow the daily routine of Chapel services throughout term, as well as undertaking a busy concert and recording schedule in the vacations, often working with leading orchestras, notably the Academy of Ancient Music and the Philharmonia.
Alina will be the director and solo violinist when the Academy of Ancient Music plays Haydn and Mozart at Warwick Arts Centre on Sunday at 3pm.
The Czech Ensemble Baroque Orchestra plays very well and with enthusiasm, yet as regards this particular repertoire, it is impossible to forget about projects accomplished by, for instance, Les Arts Florissants, II Complesso Barocco, Concentus musicus Wien and Academy of Ancient Music, which are superior.
Christopher Hogwood contributes a history of the Academy of Ancient Music that includes a very interesting facsimile of a 1770 history of the society.
Fe fydd yr Academy of Ancient Music yn perfformio Handel a Corelli; y Musicians of the Globe yn chwarae cerddoriaeth wedi ei hysbrydoli gan ardd o oes Elisabeth; ac mae'r Tallis Scholars yn canu mewn arddull y Dadeni.
The Northern Chamber Orchestra and St Petersburg Chamber Philharmonic have afternoon concerts, as does the Academy of Ancient Music.
It also includes concerts from the Academy of Ancient Music directed by Giuliano Carmignola and The Florestan Trio.