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Musica Angelica schedules first tour

January 27, 2007|Chris Pasles

Los Angeles-based Musica Angelica Baroque Orchestra will make its first international tour, performing Bach's "St. Matthew Passion" in Mexico, Hungary, Austria, Spain, Italy and Germany, as well as in Los Angeles; Savannah, Ga.; and New York, March 17 through April 8.

The orchestra, under the leadership of Martin Haselbock, also will make four recordings for the Germany-based New Classical Adventure label. The first project, Handel's "Acis and Galatea," will be recorded next month and released in the fall.

Musica Angelica was co-founded in 1993 by Mark Chatfield and Michael Eagan. Haselbock, who founded the Wiener Akademie in 1985, became music director in 2005.

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