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With top-quality Baroque works performed in the Bay Area each year, music lovers might be tempted to think they’ve heard everything the era produced. But this weekend at Zellerbach Hall, audiences are about to experience a rare French Baroque masterwork – a fully staged production of Jean-Philippe Rameau’s 1745 opera-ballet “Le Temple de la Gloire” (The Temple of Glory). A co-production of Cal Performances, the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra and France’s Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles, this Baroque extravaganza has been more than four years in the planning bloch ballet flats. With Philharmonia Baroque music director Nicholas McGegan conducting the orchestra and Philharmonia Chorale, the production features an international cast with singers from Versailles and dancers from the New York Baroque Dance Company..

“This really is the fulfillment of a dream for me,” McGegan remarked in a recent interview. “It’s a very good alignment of planets – it all came together rather miraculously.”. McGegan is well-versed in Rameau’s music. He conducted dance music from “Temple” on Philharmonia’s recording of “Rameau Orchestral Suites” a few years back and led the Mark Morris Dance Group’s production of the composer’s “Platée,” presented by Cal Performances in 1998 and 2001. But this is Philharmonia’s first ever fully staged opera, and McGegan says that “Temple,” with a libretto by the giant of the Enlightenment Voltaire, is overdue for a Bay Area production. “Here you have Rameau, the most famous composer in France at that time, and Voltaire, easily the most famous writer, coming together in this spectacular show,” he said bloch ballet flats.

And, in a remarkable twist, McGegan was astonished to learn that Rameau’s original “Temple” manuscript was right here in the Bay Area. Housed in UC Berkeley’s Jean Gray Hargrove Library, just steps from Zellerbach Hall, it is the only existing copy of the composer’s 1745 score. According to John Shepard, the Hargrove Library’s curator of music collections, it was here all along. Acquired by the university in 1947, Rameau’s score has resided in the Hargrove Library ever since bloch ballet flats. (McGegan will conduct from a digitized copy of the manuscript; the original, says Shepard, is bound in linen.)..

Using the 1745 score revives Rameau’s original intentions for the work, says McGegan. A “ballet-héroïque,” written to commemorate King Louis XV’s victory over the British at Fontenoy, “Temple” asks who is sufficiently heroic to enter the Temple of Glory. Two characters, the combative Belus and the party-boy Bacchus, are excluded, while the Roman emperor Trajan is allowed to enter bloch ballet flats. “The message to the one person who mattered – the King of France – was ‘don’t be a bully,’” says McGegan. “Govern wisely, or you won’t get into the Temple of Glory.”..

If that sounds like an opera for our times, McGegan doesn’t disagree. “It does resonate well,” he says. Needless to say, the king wasn’t pleased with the opera’s subtext, and in 1746, Rameau revised the score. But McGegan says the original was better. “It has some fantastically good music,” he says – a mighty opening fanfare, ballets and instrumental groupings designed to evoke the glory of war. It also has a large cast, unusual for Baroque operas; at one point, says McGegan, more than 40 characters are onstage. Coordinating the production is director-choreographer Catherine Turocy, with sets by Scott Blake, period costumes by Marie Anne Chiment and Baroque-inspired lighting by Pierre Dupouey bloch ballet flats.

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