Monday September 28, 2020

Classical Notes: IBO puts the baroque back in Bohemia

Bohemia was once a kingdom in its own right, but now spans a large part of the Czech Republic.

7th September, 2014
Monica Huggett.

Bohemia was once a kingdom in its own right, but now spans a large part of the Czech Republic. As a result, its role as a major contributor to the development of classical music, particularly of the baroque kind, can be easily forgotten.

The Irish Baroque Orchestra (IBO), under inspirational conductor Monica Huggett, has chosen this theme for a three-venue tour titled Oh Bohemia on September 25-27.

Beginning in Dublin, it goes south to Bandon,...

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