HARPSICHORD & FORTEPIANO MAGAZINE
Cunningham demonstrates her abilities with Farnaby’s equally demanding and attractive, almost romantic “Daphne”.
DORDOGNE LIBRE, FRENCH NEWSPAPER
5th July 2013
Bridget Cunningham, an internationally renowned harpsichordist, performed works by
Bach, Handel and Couperin and charmed the audience.
LE SUD OUEST, FRENCH NEWSPAPER
27th June 2013
The audience was dazzled by the ﬁrst performance of London Early Opera, directed by Bridget Cunningham, playing with delicacy and brilliance of pieces by Handel, Mozart, Corelli, Couperin and Purcell.
EARLY MUSIC RADIO ALBUM OF THE MONTH
Celebrating Early Music and Early Music Performance
“..A beautiful gem of an album by Bridget Cunningham..a showcase of her musical prowess, Bridget dispatches tunes by G. F. Handel, T. Roseingrave and C.T. Carter with an effortless aplomb; and the two traditional Irish melodies to conclude the set are simply drop-dead gorgeous.”
‘… delightful album … sensitive and faithful recording …’
ESSAYS IN HONOUR OF CHRISTOPHER HOGWOOD
Contributing Essayist – Bridget Cunningham
The essays provide insights on the music of Handel, Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, and J.S. and C.P.E. Bach and consider various keyboard instruments such as the clavichord, square piano, spinet, and claviorgan. An afterword by Christopher himself completes this well rounded collection.
THE WORSHIPFUL COMPANY OF MUSICIANS
published in “Preserve Harmony” magazine
Bridget Cunningham’s engaging and accomplished playing , backed by insightful scholarship, add to our understanding and appreciation of this great composer and his influence. She quotes the opinion of Handel recorded by Alexander Pope, which makes the point better than any reviewer; ” Conceive the highest that you can of his abilities and they art much beyond anything you can conceive.”