Martin Pearlman & Boston Baroque
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Martin Pearlman and Boston Baroque Complete Handel's Opus 6 Concerti Grossi with Nos. 7 - 12 As the old saying goes, “good… More
Luigi Cherubini's Powerfully Expressive Requiem In C Minor is Centerpiece of New Recording by Martin Pearlman and Boston Baroque… More
Boston Baroque and Director Martin Pearlman bring us exuberant performances of two of the most popular Baroque choral works of all time… More
Continuing with their tradition of recording great works in a period fashion, Boston Baroque returns with special guest flutist Jacques Zoon, who… More
Boston Baroque, one of America's great orchestras, gives revelatory performances of the Bach orchestral suites on this new Telarc recording. More
A fresh take on two of Handel's classic works Water Music and Music for the Royal Fireworks, performed by Boston Baroque on period… More
Telarc presents three-time Grammy nominee Boston Baroque in a highly entertaining double bill. More
Telarc presents the first recording on period instruments of Gluck's dramatic masterpiece, Iphigenie en Tauride. The title role, made… More
The oldest continually-performing period instrument ensemble in North America culminated its 25th Anniversary season with this recording of the… More
Telarc presents the first and only available CD recording of American Moravian musicthe first true early American classical music… More
ABOUT MARTIN PEARLMAN & BOSTON BAROQUE
Martin Pearlman is the founder, music director, and conductor of both the period instruments orchestra and professional chamber chorus that make up the Boston Baroque ensemble. Mr. Pearlman has received critical acclaim for over twenty-five years in orchestral, choral, and operatic repertoire from Monteverdi to Beethoven. Highlights of his work in opera include Monteverdi's L'Incoronazione di Poppea (for which he created a new performing edition), Rameau's Zoroastre, and a series of Mozart operas including Il re pastore, Abduction from the Seraglio, The Magic Flute, The Marriage of Figaro, Cosi fan tutte, and Don Giovanni (which was broadcast nationally on public radio). Mr. Pearlman's completion and orchestration of music from Mozart's Lo Sposo Deluso and his performing version of Purcell's Comical History of Don Quixote were both premiered by Boston Baroque.
In addition to his work with Baroque instruments, Mr. Pearlman also conducts modern orchestras and choruses, his most recent Messiah performances being with the Minnesota Orchestra. He is also active as a composer. Following a concert of his recent works, The Boston Globe commented, "If fans of (Boston Baroque) wonder why Pearlman's conducting is so insightful, it's because he knows, as only a composer can, how music goes."