Classical music review

Labadie, New World serve up Gabrieli and Vivaldi in the round

 

South Florida Classical Review

Conductor Bernard Labadie and countertenor Damien Guillon headlined the New World Symphony’s concert of Venetian Renaissance and Baroque antiphonal music, but the New World Center itself played the starring role.

Antiphonal music separates ensembles to create call-and-response effects. Inspired by the first time he conducted at the venue, Labadie called Sunday’s concert “by far the craziest project I’ve ever done, only possible in this structure with these musicians.”

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