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November 2019

Amsterdam’s new Utopa Baroque Organ brings together Hildebrandt’s building techniques and digital technology; top tips for raising levels of sight-reading with your singers; Convivium Records celebrates its tenth year; Solomon’s Knot, the collective of singers and instrumentalists with a new take on early music performance; and the keyboard works of the prolific 17th-century Valencian Juan Cabanilles.

Plus, Noack embark on a new organ for the Cathedral of St Paul in Birmingham, Alabama; 17th-century composer Barbara Strozzi; Louise Stewart’s mission to restore female composers to their rightful place in the world of church music; Gothenburg’s new Rieger Symphonic organ; Jay Capperauld’s Arcadia for a capella choir; Halifax Choral Society’s retiring conductor John Pryce-Jones; and our early music festivals supplement.

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