Juilliard Journal: Paul Agnew makes his debut

Posted on Nov 13, 2018 in Paul Agnew, Reviews | No Comments
Juilliard Journal: Paul Agnew makes his debut

This fall, Juilliard415 and Juilliard singers are presenting two programs of cantatas that explore the results of this sojurn. Collectively called Handel in Rome, the concerts are Aminta e Fillide at the Morgan Library and Museum (November 19) and Clori, Tirsi e Fileno at Alice Tully Hall (December 1). Both evenings also celebrate the two figures at the core of Les Arts Florissants, the period-instrument ensemble founded by William Christie, who is artist in residence at Juilliard this year and who conducts the November 19 concert. His protégé Paul Agnew, co-director of Les Arts Florissants, will make his Juilliard debut leading a semistaged performance of Clor, Tirsi e Fileno.

–Read more at the Juilliard Journal.