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The late Christopher Hogwood created the Academy of Ancient Music in 1973 with the aim of energising Baroque and Classical music. We take a look back through the ensemble's history.
In 1999, Hogwood and the AAM made their first recording with the Choir of King’s College, Cambridge, marking the beginning of a series of recordings and concerts together. In 2009 the AAM and King’s Choir made the first ever live global choral cinecast, with Handel’s 'Messiah' streamed live into cinemas worldwide.
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