A lifetime of experience in the pit has taught Trevor Pinnock that there are more questions than answers. The British-born early-music maestro discusses his wide-ranging musical peregrinations with DAVID PATRICK STEARNS.
Pinnock at the Royal Academy of Music in London, 2012, rehearsing an Academy chamber ensemble
© Hana Zushi/Royal Academy of Music 2012
Though considered something of a Mozart oracle in the British early-music movement, Trevor Pinnock is only now conducting Don Giovanni for the first time — and making an uncharacteristic return to the...
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