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.
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