Selected recordings of
Lorraine Hunt Lieberson
Bach: Cantatas BWV 82 and 199
November 2, 2003, Anthony Tommasini called this recording "one [of] the finest
Bach recordings to have come along in some time."
Live from Wigmore Hall
Recording of a recital by Lorraine Hunt Lieberson at London’s Wigmore Hall. With Peter Vignoles, piano. Songs of Gustav Mahler, Peter Lieberson, and Johannes Brahms; “Deep River,” a spiritual; and arias from Handel’s Ariodante and Theodora. amazon.com
Cantata. With the Hallé Orchestra conducted by Kent Nagano. amazon.com (On same compact disc with Britten’s The Rescue of Penelope with Alison Hagley, John Mark Ainsley, William Dazeley and narrator Janet Baker)
A thrilling performance of Marc-Antoine Charpentier’s baroque opera about Jason and Medea.
With Mark Padmore and Les Arts Florissants conducted by William Christie.
Conducted by Nicholas McGegan
Tirsi e Fileno, cantata for 2 sopranos, alto & orchestra, HWV 96
Oratorio. With Drew Minter, Jill Feldman, the U.C. Berkeley Chamber Chorus, and the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra conducted by Nicholas McGegan. Available from amazon.com
Hippolyte et Aricie
With Mark Padmore, Anna Maria Panzarella, Laurent Naouri, Eirian James, Nathan Berg, and Les Arts Florissants conducted by William Christie.
Directed by Peter Sellars, this updating of Handel’s Theodora to the modern day has a cast including Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, Dawn Upshaw, and David Daniels, conducted by William Christie. Available from amazon.com (VHS for use in North America)