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06:05
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09:00
Romeo and Juliet Choreography by Goyo Montero Companía Nacional de Danza Artistic director, José Martinez Orquesta Sinfonica de Madrid Koen Kessels, conductor Music by Serge Prokofiev Shakespeare's mythical creation has been broadcasted at the Royal Theater of Madrid (Teatro Real); it has been adapted for ballet by Goyo Montero (Artistic Director of Opera of Nuremberg's Ballet Company) and greatly performed by dancers of the National Ballet and Contemporary Dance Company of Spain (Artistic Director José Carlos Martinez). The music of Prokofiev was played during the performance and performed by the Madrid Symphonic Orchestra. TV Director, Jean-Marie David Recorde at the Teatro Real in 2013.
10:40
Orquesta Nacional de Espana, Josep Pons (conductor) María Toledo (flamenco Singer), Josep Colom (piano) Manuel de Falla (1876-1946) Nights in the Gardens of Spain Love, the Magician (second version, 1925) Interlude and Dance from The Brief Life The Three-Cornered Hat (Suites no. 1 and 2) Granada, The Palace of Charles V, 4 July 2021.
12:30
Rinaldo, opera in three acts by Georg Friedrich Haendel (1685 - 1759) Libretto by Giacomo Rossi after Torquato Tasso's 'Gerusalemme liberata' First performance in London, Queen's Theater, February 24, 1711 Concert version Vespres d'Arnadi Orchestra, Dani Espasa (Conductor) Xavier Sabata (Rinaldo), Núria Rial (Almirena), Hillary Summers (Argante), Mary-Ellen Nesi (Armida), Juan Sancho (Goffredo), Josep Ramón Olivé (A Magician, A Herald). Recorded on August 5, 2018 at the Carmen Church as part of the Festival Castell de Peralada Réalisé par Sébastien Bergé.
14:08
Budapest Festival Orchestra, Czech Philharmonic Choir (Brno), Iván Fischer (Conductor) Christiane Karg (soprano), Elisabeth Kulman (alto) Gustav Mahler Symphony No. 2 in C minor Resurrection Live from the Müpa, Budapest, on May 12, 2018 TV Director, Sébastien Glas.
15:39
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Oedipe Tragédie lyrique in four acts and six tableaux by George Enescu (1881 - 1955) Libretto by Edmond Fleg Premiered in Paris, Opera, March 10, 1936 Orchestra and Chorus of the Opéra national de Paris, Maîtrise des Hauts-de-Seine, Children's Chorus of the Opéra national de Paris, Ingo Metzmacher (Conductor) Ching-Lien Wu (Chorus Master) Wajdi Mouawad (Stage director) Emmanuel Clolus (Sets), Emmanuelle Thomas (Costumes), Cécile Kretschmar (Make-up, hairstyles), Éric Champoux (Lighting), Stéphane Pougnand (Video) Christopher Maltman (Oedipus) Clive Bayley (Tiresias) Brian Mulligan (Creon) Vincent Ordonneau (The Shepherd) Laurent Naouri (The High Priest) Nicolas Cavallier (Phorbas / The Watchman) Adrian Timpau (Theseus) Yann Beuron (Laios) Ekaterina Gubanova (Jocasta) Clementine Margaine (The Sphynx) Anna-Sophie Neher (Antigone) Anne Sofie von Otter (Merope) Daniela Entcheva (A Theban) Paris, Opéra-Bastille, October 14, 2021 Directed by François Roussillon.
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19:25
Javier Perianes (piano) Manuel de Falla (1876-1946) Le tombeau de Claude Debussy Claude Debussy (1862-1918) La soirée dans Grenade La Puerta del Vino, Préludes - Book II La sérénade interrompue, Préludes - Book I Isaac Albéniz (1860-1909) El Albayzín, Suite Iberia Manuel de Falla El amor brujo, piano suite Fantasía Batica Recorded 5 July 2020 at the Festival de Granada, Pórtico del Palacio del Partal (Alhambra).
20:30
Berliner Philharmoniker, Simon Rattle (conductor) Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphony No. 6 in A minor Recorded on June 20, 2018, at the Philharmonie, Berlin TV Director, Michael Beyer.
22:05
Les Siecles, François-Xavier Roth (Conductor) Sabine Devieilhe (soprano) Ambroise Thomas Mignon, Overture Je suis Titania la blonde (Mignon) Léo Delibes Prélude et Valse (Coppélia, ou La Fille aux yeux d'émail) Hector Berlioz La Mort d'Ophélie (Tristia) Ambroise Thomas Raymond, ou Le Secret de la reine, Overture A vos jeux, mes amis (Hamlet) Maurice Delage Quatre Poemes hindous Igor Stravinski Chanson du rossignol (Le Rossignol) Camille Saint-Saëns La Princesse jaune, Overture André Messager Le jour sous le soleil béni (Madame Chrysantheme) Léo Delibes Les fleurs me paraissent plus belles (Lakmé) Ballet (Lakmé) Légende de la fille du Paria (Air des clochettes) (Lakmé) Recorded at the Philharmonie de Paris on Novembre 14, 2017 TV Director, Olivier Simonnet Ambroise Thomas - Mignon, Ouverture, Je suis Titania la blonde Léo Delibes - Coppélia (extraits), Prélude et Valse Hector Berlioz - La Mort d'Ophélie Ambroise Thomas - Raymond, Ouverture ; Hamlet , A vos jeux, mes amis (Air d'Ophélie) Maurice Delage - 4 poemes hindous Igor Stravinski - Chanson du Rossignol Camille Saint-Saëns - La Princesse Jaune, Ouverture André Messager - Madame Chrysanteme, Le jour sous le soleil béni Léo Delibes - Lakmé , Les fleurs me paraissent plus belles , Air de danse, Légende de la fille du Paria (Air des clochettes) Enregistré le 14 novembre 2017 a la Philharmonie de Paris Réalisation, Olivier Simonnet.
23:34
Les Siecles, François-Xavier Roth (Conductor) Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) Symphony no 5 in C minor, op. 67 Symphony no 7 in A major, op. 92 Recorded at the Opéra Royal, Versailles, 14 March 2020.
01:00
El Comité Carlos Sarduy trumpet Irving Acao saxophone Harold López-nussa keyboard, piano Rolando Luna claviers, piano Gaston Joya basse, double bass Rodney Barreto drums Yaroldy Abreu percussion Here are at least are 7 good reasons to listen to El Comité : Harold Lopez-Nussa, Rolando Luna, Rodney Barreto, Yaroldy Abreu, Gaston Joya, Carlos Sarduy and Irving Acao ! Considered as being part of the most brilliant and renowned Cuban musicians of their generation, this band of 7 had the excellent idea of composing an album entitled Y que !? (So What) , nine pieces which reflect the diversity of influences and rhythms of El Comité. Afrobeat, funk, Latin jazz, ballades a Cuban groove Siglo 21 to put between all ears, impressive compositions, revivals marked El Comité, always stamped with the fluidity and energy which characterises this group. Despite their youth, their 15 or 20 years on the international stage for most of them, gives a veritable maturity to this album. The harmonies and thematic structures are an ample illustration. And finally, on stage, it is always a real pleasure to see El Comité developing where their overflowing energy and musical generosity rapidly becomes contagious. Recorded on July 29, 2019 at Jazz in Marciac TV Director,.
02:00
Lucky Peterson, tribute to Jimmy Smith Lucky Peterson (organ, lyric) Nicolas Fomer (trumpet) Kekyn Crapp (guitar) Ahmad Compaoré (drums) Twelve years after the death of Jimmy Smith, Lucky Peterson, pays a tribute to the master of the Hammond organ. My father brought me up on blues before I could even walk, and I played the organ before having learnt to speak.Lucky Peterson, The precocious, classy little baby's bottle was thrown into music as soon as he was born.To this die-hard blues man, who is the guardian of the flame, he was able to add a well-chosen dose of groove. There is no doubt that it was a suitable way to honour Jimmy Smith, who was a reference in the realm of jazz soul and with whom he had exchanged in his youth. Finally this dive into history reminds us how much the hymns of the 1950's and 1960's remain incredibly sensual, enough to encourage the choir of a church to dance... Recorded on March 31st 2018 at the 'Espace Paul Eluard, Stains, Banlieues bleues festival TV Director, Guillaume Dero.
02:52
Ivan Paduart Trio Ivan Paduart (piano, compositions), Philippe Aerts (double bass), Romain Sarron (drums) Guests : Raphaëlle Brochet (vocal), Richard Bona (bass, vocal) Recorded on December 7, 2018 at the Nubia Club TV Director, Sîla.
03:45
Ballake Sissoko & Vincent Segal invite Naissam Jalal & Keyvan Chemirani Ballake Sissoko, Kora Vincent Segal, cello Track list Music from Musique de Nuit (Night music) Recorded on June 18, 2020 at Jazz a Vienne, Théâtre antique TV Director, Fabien Raymond.
04:45
Eric Serra Recorded on June 15, 2019 at the Nubia Club TV Director, Sîla.
05:36
After soul sister Macy Gray, with whom he recorded an album, the ever-inventive saxophonist brings us a brand new body of work inspired by the slam poetry of Saul Williams. DAVID MURRAY tenor saxophone, bass clarinett, ORIN EVANS piano, JARIBU SHAHID bass, NASHEET WAITS drums, SAUL WILLIAMS voice He appears with the Infinity Quartet, named after his early years at the Infinity loft-studio in New York, and with Saul Williams himself. A great choice: over the past fifteen years, the star of the independent film Slam has been standing out among rappers and slam poets with the quality of his writing and the intensity of his performances. His punch lines make him a unique performer - a remarkable poet with a powerful rap-soul voice. In David Murray, who previously worked with writers Amiri Baraka and Ishmael Reed, Williams has found an ideal partner. A match made in heaven.
06:32
InterMezzo
09:00
Elektro Kif Choreography and staging , Blanca LI Lighting design, Jacques Châtelet Original Music, Tao Guttierrez Costume, Françoise Yapo Dancers Khaled Abdulahi (alias Cerizz) Jeremy Alberge (alias Jerem) , Arnaud Bacharach (alias Nino), Roger Bepet (alias Big Jay) , William Falla (alias Treaxy) , Slate Hemedi (Alias Crazy) , Alou Sidibe (alias Kyrra), Adrien Sissoko (alias Fiasco) Recorded on 2013 at la Cigale, Paris TV Director,.
10:06
Lucile Richardot (mezzo-soprano), Le Kwartet Gabriel Fauré (1845 - 1924) Hector Berlioz (1803 - 1869) Claude Debussy (1862 - 1918) Henri Duparc (1848 - 1933) Mélodies Recorded at the Festival de Saintes, 19 July 2020.
11:01
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12:30
Orchestre National de Lille, Alexandre Bloch (Conductor) Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphony no 7 Recorded at the Nouveau Siecle, Lille, 18 October 2019.
13:47
Vox Luminis, Lionel Meunier (Conductor) Claudio Monteverdi (1567 - 1643) Selva morale e spirituale SV 258-288 (excerpts) Adoramus te Christe, SV 289 Letanie della Beata Vergine, SV 204 Christe, adoramus te, SV 294 Recorded at the Festival de Granada, San Jerónimo Monastery, 6 July 2019 TV Director, Arnaud Lalanne.
15:01
InterMezzo
16:00
Aida Opera in four acts by Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901) Libretto by Antonio Ghislanzoni after a scenario by Auguste Mariette First performance in Caire, Opera House, 24 December 1871 Symphony Orchestra and Chorus of the Gran Teatre del Liceu, Gustavo Gimeno (Conductor) Conxita Garcia (Chorus Master) Thomas Guthrie (Stage Director) Angelo Smimmo (Choreography), Josep Mestres Cabanes (Set design), Jordi Castells (Set restauration), Franca Squarciapino (Costumes), Albert Faura (Lightning) Mariano Buccino (Il Re) Clémentine Margaine (Amneris) Angela Meade (Aida) Yonghoon Lee (Radames) Kwangchul Youn (Ramfis) Franco Vassallo (Amonasro) Josep Fadó (Il messaggero) Berna Perles Grande (Sacerdotessa) Recorded at the Gran Teatre del Liceu, Barcelona, 22 January 2020.
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19:25
Les Talens Lyriques, Christophe Rousset (direction) Gilone Gaubert (violon) Antonio Vivaldi (1678 - 1741) Le Quattro Stagioni (The Four Seasons) from 'Il cimento dell'armonia e dell'inventione' Op. 8 Concerto No. 1 in E major, 'La primavera' (Spring), RV 269 Concerto No. 2 in G minor, 'L'estate' (Summer), RV 315 Concerto No. 3 in F major, 'L'autunno' (Autumn), RV 293 Concerto No. 4 in F minor, 'L'inverno' (Winter), RV 297 Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750) Harpsichord Concerto in A major, BWV 1055 Recorded at the Festival de Saintes, 19 July 2020.
20:30
Robot ! Choreography, artistic direction Blanca Li Musical robots, Maywa Denki NAO Robots , Aldebaran Robotics Scenography, Pierre Attrait Light, Jacques Chatelet Music, Tao Gutierrez In partnership with Aldebaran Robotics for the NAO robots Dancers, Yacnoy Abreu Alfonso, Emilie Camacho, Géraldine Fournier, Yann Hervé, Aliashka Hilsum, Samir M'Kirech, Margalida Riera Roig, Gael Rougegrez and 8 robots Eight dancers and the musically animated humanoids of the Japanese collective Maywa Denki are directed by Blanca Li and investigate the relationship between man and machine, in the particular context where robots tend to become more and more human. This innovative performance is immediately engaging and the audience is dazzled by the technical prowess of the robotic choreography. A futuristic fantasy, Robot!, Blanca Li's new creation for the Montpellier Dance Festival, is one of these unidentified objects the choreographer from Andalusia particularly enjoys. In this approach to total theatre, she involves eight dancers and the animated humanoids of the Japanese collective Maywa Denki. The resulting opera takes stock of a world in which mathematics and technology try to harness human life and design thinking machines. Machines with desires... A post-dadaist choreographer, influenced by psychoanalytically-minded Martha Graham and her native city of Granada where she was a gymnast at the age of twelve, Blanca Li enjoys a comical and poetical form of humour. Her Garden of Earthly Delights after Hieronymus Bosch, premiered at Montpellier in 2009, her opera Rag Time after Scott Joplin, a commercial for the Longchamp brand and a show for Jean-Paul Gaultier all partake of her invitation to come and dance with me. Robot! clearly belong to this tradition. Recorded at the Maison des Arts & de la Culture de Créteil TV directors, Blanca Li and Fabien Raymond.
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Playlist #1 Angelin Preljocaj, Choreographer Ballet Angelin Preljocaj Danseurs Virginie Caussin, Margaux Coucharriere, Léa De Natale, Isabel García López, Verity Jacobsen, Émilie Lalande, Cecilia Torres Morillo, Sergi Amoros Aparicio, Idir Chatar, Baptiste Coissieu, Simon Ripert, Redi Shtylla, Aaron Smeding RETOUR A BERRATHAM (2015) - (2 extracts) Text, Laurent Mauvignier Scenography, Adel Abdessemed Lights, Cécile Giovansili-Vissiere Creative sound, 79D assisté de Didier Muntaner Additional music, George Friedrich Haendel LES NUITS (2013) - (1 solo, 2 duos) Music, Arnouar Brahem Trio , Natacha Atlas & Samy Bishai ,Sahba Motallebi Costumes, Azzedine Alaia Scenography, Constance Guisset - Lights, Cécile Giovansili-Vissiere SUIVRONT MILLE ANS DE CALME (2010) - (1 duo) Music, Ludwig van Beethoven, Sonate au Clair de Lune Scenography, Subodh Gupta Costumes, Igor Chapurin Lights, Cécile Giovansili-Vissiere SPECTRAL EVIDENCE (2013) - (2 duos, 1 solo) Music, John Cage Additional music, 79D Costumes, Olivier Theyskens Lights, Mark Stanley LE PARC (1994) - (1 duo) Music, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Creative sound, Goran Vejvoda Sets, Thierry Leproust Costumes, Hervé Pierre Lights, Jacques Chatelet PAYSAGE APRES LA BATAILLE (1997) - (1 extract) Music, Underworld Sets and costumes, Adrien Chalgard Lights, Jacques Chatelet LA STRAVAGANZA (1997) - (1 duo) Music,Robert Normandeau, Éclats de voix Scenography, Maya Schweizer Costumes,Hervé Pierre Lights, Mark Stanley BLANCHE NEIGE (2008) - (1 extract) Costumes, Jean-Paul Gaultier Music, Gustav Mahler Musique additionnelle, 79D Sets, Thierry Leproust Lights, Patrick Riou ROMÉO ET JULIETTE (1996) - (2 duos) Sets, Enki Bilal Costumes, Enki Bilal et Igor Chapurin Music, Serge Prokofiev, Roméo et Juliette Creative sound, Goran Vejvoda Lights, Jacques Chatelet Recorded on December 15th, 16th and 17th 2017 at the Opéra Royal, Château de Versailles TV Director, Benjamin Bleton.
23:20
Budapest Festival Orchestra, Czech Philharmonic Choir (Brno), Iván Fischer (Conductor) Christiane Karg (soprano), Elisabeth Kulman (alto) Gustav Mahler Symphony No. 2 in C minor Resurrection Live from the Müpa, Budapest, on May 12, 2018 TV Director, Sébastien Glas.
01:00
Eric Serra Recorded on June 15, 2019 at the Nubia Club TV Director, Sîla.
01:51
After soul sister Macy Gray, with whom he recorded an album, the ever-inventive saxophonist brings us a brand new body of work inspired by the slam poetry of Saul Williams. DAVID MURRAY tenor saxophone, bass clarinett, ORIN EVANS piano, JARIBU SHAHID bass, NASHEET WAITS drums, SAUL WILLIAMS voice He appears with the Infinity Quartet, named after his early years at the Infinity loft-studio in New York, and with Saul Williams himself. A great choice: over the past fifteen years, the star of the independent film Slam has been standing out among rappers and slam poets with the quality of his writing and the intensity of his performances. His punch lines make him a unique performer - a remarkable poet with a powerful rap-soul voice. In David Murray, who previously worked with writers Amiri Baraka and Ishmael Reed, Williams has found an ideal partner. A match made in heaven.
02:46
Lucky Peterson, tribute to Jimmy Smith Lucky Peterson (organ, lyric) Nicolas Fomer (trumpet) Kekyn Crapp (guitar) Ahmad Compaoré (drums) Twelve years after the death of Jimmy Smith, Lucky Peterson, pays a tribute to the master of the Hammond organ. My father brought me up on blues before I could even walk, and I played the organ before having learnt to speak.Lucky Peterson, The precocious, classy little baby's bottle was thrown into music as soon as he was born.To this die-hard blues man, who is the guardian of the flame, he was able to add a well-chosen dose of groove. There is no doubt that it was a suitable way to honour Jimmy Smith, who was a reference in the realm of jazz soul and with whom he had exchanged in his youth. Finally this dive into history reminds us how much the hymns of the 1950's and 1960's remain incredibly sensual, enough to encourage the choir of a church to dance... Recorded on March 31st 2018 at the 'Espace Paul Eluard, Stains, Banlieues bleues festival TV Director, Guillaume Dero.
03:38
Brad Mehldau joue The Beatles Brad Mehldau is an exceptional pianist whose musical style extends far beyond jazz and frequently tends towards pop. A big fan of The Beatles, he revisits their lavish repertoire for these sparkling concert. Recorded on September 19 & 20, 2020, Salle Boulez, Philharmonie de Paris TV Director, Samuel Thibaut.
04:29
Roberto Fonseca Roberto Fonseca piano, claviers Joe Lovano saxophone Yandy Martinez contrebasse, basse Ruly Herrera batterie Andres Coayo Batista percussions Omara Portuondo voix Mayra Andrade voix Rossio Jimenez Blanco chour Like all musicians born in Cuba and having grown-up in Havana, Roberto Fonseca came out of school ready for work. This multi-disciplinary aptitude enabled numerous projects and encounters. His contribution to Latin music was to have extended his roots into contemporary expression, often with instrumentation closer to that of modern jazz, and this, whilst not losing one ounce of poetry. Because it really is this capacity to make his public dream which characterises this composer/singer/arranger that his female admirers recognise from afar because of the hat which never leaves him and close up by the harmonious lines of his face. Adding on successes in Marciac like so many pearls on his musical necklace, Roberto Fonseca could almost stake claim to having the status of an event organiser. Using ingredients which guarantee his artistic longevity in the domain of Afrocubanism, he put on stage a new group of which the guests are Omara Portuondo, Mayra Andrade, Joe Lovano and an orchestra of pupils from the conservatoires of the Occitanie Region, conducted by Jean-Pierre Peyrebelle. Enregistré le 06 aout 2019 a Jazz in Marciac Réalisateur,.
05:32
Jun Miyake (keyboards, trumpet), Sébastien Surel (1st violin), Elodie Michalakakos (2nd violin), Vlad Bogdanas (viola), Miwa Rosso (cello), Lisa Papineau (voice), Kyoko Katsunuma (voice), Vanya Moneva, Veselina Kurtyan, Diana Teneva and Anna Natskova (Bulgarian Cosmic voices), Dairo Miyamoto (saxophone), Ze Luis Nascimento (percussions), Manuel Marches (bass), Olivier Louvel (guitare, oud), Philippe Avril (sound).
06:31
InterMezzo
07:01
Tatarstan State Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Sladkovsky (Conductor) Philipp Kopachevsky (piano) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791) Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 13 in C major, KV 415 Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphony No. 9 in D major Recorded at the Tchaikovsky Hall, Moscow, 29 October 2017.
09:00
The Little Mermaid Choreography, Jan Kodet ChoréLibretto, Jan Kodet, Martin Kukučka, Lukáš Trpišovský Music, Zbyněk Matějů Stage director, SKUTR (Martin Kukučka and Lukáš Trpišovský) Sets, Jakub Kopecký Costumes, Alexandra Grusková Lighting design, Daniel Tesař Musical preparation, Andreas Sebastian Weiser The National Theatre Orchestra Andreas Sebastian Weiser, conductor Czech National Ballet Little Mermaid, Magdaléna Matějková The prince, Ondřej Vinklát The Grandmother, Miho Ogimoto The Witch, Michaela Wenzelová Seraphin, Mathias Deneux The Strange princess, Aya Watanabe The King/ Father, Marek Svobodník The young witch, Alice Petit The Lover, Giovanni Rotolo The Queen / Mother, Michaela Černá The Lighthouse keeper, Dadja Altenburg-Kohl Recorded on September 22nd and 23rd 2017 at the National Theater Opera TV Director, Patrick Lauze.
10:39
Budapest Festival Orchestra, Czech Philharmonic Choir (Brno), Iván Fischer (Conductor) Christiane Karg (soprano), Elisabeth Kulman (alto) Gustav Mahler Symphony No. 2 in C minor Resurrection Live from the Müpa, Budapest, on May 12, 2018 TV Director, Sébastien Glas.
12:30
Les Arts Florissants, William Christie (coductor) Jessica Niles (soprano), Shaked Bar (soprano) Georg Frideric Haendel (1685 – 1759) Trio Sonata in C minor HWV 386a Duetto da Camera No, di voi non vo' fidarmi HWV 189 Trio Sonata in B flat major HWV 388 Aminta e Fillide, HWV 83 Festival de Peralada, 1st August 2021 Directed by Stéphane Lebard.
14:00
La Ritirata, Josetxu Obregón (artistic direction) Il Spiritillo Brando Danse Music in the courts of Italy and Spain, c.1650 Works by Giovanni Antonio Pandolfi Mealli, Luys de Narváez, Andrea Falconieri, Martin i Coll, Santiago de Murcia, Diego Ortiz, Giovanni Battista Vitali, Antonio de Cabezón, Juan Bautista Cabanilles and Gaspar Sanz Recorded at the Festival de Granada, Patio de los Arrayanes, 8 July 2019 TV Director, Arnaud Lalanne.
15:14
InterMezzo
16:00
Juditha triumphans Oratorio by Antonio Vivadi (1678 – 1741) Librettto by Iacopo Cassetti Armonia Atenea, Il Pomo d'Oro, GNO Chorus, GNO Children's Choir, Markellos Chryssicos (Conductor) Agathangelos Georgakatos (Chorus Master), Konstantina Pitsiakou (Childrens Chorus Master) Thanos Papakonstantinou (Stage Direction) Christina Thanasoula (Lighting), Niki Psychogiou (Costumes), Niki Psychogiou (Sets), Amalia Kosma (Choreography) Roxana Constantinescu (Juditha) Kristina Hammarström (Holofernes) Inga Kalna (Vagaus) Theodora Baka (Abra) Sophia Patsi (Ozias) Athens, Greek National Opera, Stavros Niarchos Hall, 20 April 2021 Juditha triumphans was based on a Latin libretto by Iacopo Cassetti, which was in turn inspired by the Book of Judith from the Old Testament. The king of Babylon Nebuchadnezzar sends his general, Holofernes, to conquer the city of Bethulia in Israel. To save her Israelite compatriots, courageous Judith decides to seduce Holofernes. When he falls asleep, she cuts his head off. Juditha triumphans is the only extant oratorio of the four that Vivaldi composed. The intense war atmosphere is conveyed through the dynamic choral parts, and Judiths faith and integrity through the lyrical and tender writing. Notable is the use of many different and relatively rare instruments, such as the viola damore, chalumeaux, and theorbos, used by Vivaldi to highlight the most significant moments.
18:30
Pablo Sáinz-Villegas (classical guitar) A Tribute to Andrés Segovia Enrique Granados (1867-1916) Spanish Dance No. 5 “Andaluza”, Op. 37 Spanish Dance no. 10 “Danza melancólica”, Op. 37 Joaquín Rodrigo (1901-1999) Invocation and Dance Francisco Tárrega (1852-1909) Arab Caprice Prelude-Tear Adelita Isaac Albéniz (1860-1909) Torre Bermeja, of Twelve Characteristic Pieces, Op. 92 Mallorca (Barcarola), Op. 202 Asturias (Legend), from Spanish Suite, Op. 47 Granada, The Patio de los Arrayanes, 5 July 2021.
20:15
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Valery Gergiev (Conductor) Janine Jansen (violin) Dmitri Shostakovich (1906 - 1975) Violin Concerto No. 1 in A minor, Opus 77 Igor Stravinsky (1882 – 1971) Le Baiser de la fée Amsterdam, Concertgebouw, 3 December 2021.
22:00
La Forza del destino Opera in four acts by Giuseppe Verdi (1813 – 1901) Libretto by Francesco Maria Piave after Don Alvaro, o La fuerza del destino by Duque de Rivas First performance in Saint Petersbourg, Imperial Theatre, 10 November 1862 Orchestre de l'Opéra Royal de Wallonie-Liege, Paolo Arrivabeni (Conductor) Choeur de l'Opéra Royal de Wallonie-Liege, Denis Segond (Chorus master) Gianni Santucci (Stage direction) Alex Brok (Lighting design), Fernand Ruiz (Costume design), Gary Mac Cann (Set design) Alexei Gorbatchev (Il Marchese di Calatrava) Marcelo Álvarez (Don Alvaro) Maria José Siri (Donna Leonora) Simone Piazzola (Don Carlo di Vargas) Michele Pertusi (Padre Guardiano) Enrico Marabelli (Fra Melitone) Nino Surguladze (Preziosilla) Maxime Melnik (Mastro Trabuco) Angélique (Noldus Curra) Liege, Opéra Royal de Wallonie, 12 September 2021.
01:10
Brad Mehldau joue The Beatles Brad Mehldau is an exceptional pianist whose musical style extends far beyond jazz and frequently tends towards pop. A big fan of The Beatles, he revisits their lavish repertoire for these sparkling concert. Recorded on September 19 & 20, 2020, Salle Boulez, Philharmonie de Paris TV Director, Samuel Thibaut.
02:01
Roberto Fonseca Roberto Fonseca piano, claviers Joe Lovano saxophone Yandy Martinez contrebasse, basse Ruly Herrera batterie Andres Coayo Batista percussions Omara Portuondo voix Mayra Andrade voix Rossio Jimenez Blanco chour Like all musicians born in Cuba and having grown-up in Havana, Roberto Fonseca came out of school ready for work. This multi-disciplinary aptitude enabled numerous projects and encounters. His contribution to Latin music was to have extended his roots into contemporary expression, often with instrumentation closer to that of modern jazz, and this, whilst not losing one ounce of poetry. Because it really is this capacity to make his public dream which characterises this composer/singer/arranger that his female admirers recognise from afar because of the hat which never leaves him and close up by the harmonious lines of his face. Adding on successes in Marciac like so many pearls on his musical necklace, Roberto Fonseca could almost stake claim to having the status of an event organiser. Using ingredients which guarantee his artistic longevity in the domain of Afrocubanism, he put on stage a new group of which the guests are Omara Portuondo, Mayra Andrade, Joe Lovano and an orchestra of pupils from the conservatoires of the Occitanie Region, conducted by Jean-Pierre Peyrebelle. Enregistré le 06 aout 2019 a Jazz in Marciac Réalisateur,.
03:04
Jun Miyake (keyboards, trumpet), Sébastien Surel (1st violin), Elodie Michalakakos (2nd violin), Vlad Bogdanas (viola), Miwa Rosso (cello), Lisa Papineau (voice), Kyoko Katsunuma (voice), Vanya Moneva, Veselina Kurtyan, Diana Teneva and Anna Natskova (Bulgarian Cosmic voices), Dairo Miyamoto (saxophone), Ze Luis Nascimento (percussions), Manuel Marches (bass), Olivier Louvel (guitare, oud), Philippe Avril (sound).
04:02
Eric Serra Recorded on June 15, 2019 at the Nubia Club TV Director, Sîla.
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After soul sister Macy Gray, with whom he recorded an album, the ever-inventive saxophonist brings us a brand new body of work inspired by the slam poetry of Saul Williams. DAVID MURRAY tenor saxophone, bass clarinett, ORIN EVANS piano, JARIBU SHAHID bass, NASHEET WAITS drums, SAUL WILLIAMS voice He appears with the Infinity Quartet, named after his early years at the Infinity loft-studio in New York, and with Saul Williams himself. A great choice: over the past fifteen years, the star of the independent film Slam has been standing out among rappers and slam poets with the quality of his writing and the intensity of his performances. His punch lines make him a unique performer - a remarkable poet with a powerful rap-soul voice. In David Murray, who previously worked with writers Amiri Baraka and Ishmael Reed, Williams has found an ideal partner. A match made in heaven.