Classical music review

French soprano sparkles in program of rarities at Tropical Baroque Festival

 

If you go

The Tropical Baroque Festival continues through Friday with nightly performances at various Coral Gables venues. Tickets are $35-$45; miamibachsociety.org, 305-669-1376.


South Florida Classical Review

A small group of enthusiasts braved chilly winds to attend the Tropical Baroque Festival’s Judith and Esther, a tribute to heroines of the Old Testament through the lens of largely obscure French Baroque composers.

The excellent group Fuoco e Cenere, which has become almost a resident ensemble at the festival, provided the backdrop for a program of cantatas, but the discovery of the evening Saturday was the young French soprano Julie Fioretti.

Read the review at SouthFloridaClassicalReview.com.

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