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06:08
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).
07:06
Lucky Peterson and the Organization Lucky Peterson. vocal, Hammond organ B3, keyboard & guitar Timothy Waites. bass Raul Valdes. drums Shawn Kellerman. guitar, vocal Rachid Guissous. keyboard Play list Love Of Mine. Shawn Kellerman Funky Broadway. Lucky Peterson Love Me. Lucky Peterson I Pity The Fool. Lucky Peterson It Ain't Safe. S. Carter/G. Jackson Locked Out Of Love/Cold Shot/Mary Had A Little Lamp. Lucky Peterson Johnny B. Goode. Charles Edward Chuck Berry Voodoo Chile. Jimi Hendrix I Believe I'll Dust My Broom. Elmore James Them changes. Buddy Miles Superstition. Stevie Wonder Zugabe: Proud Mary/ Boogie-Woogie Blues Joint Party Recorded on March 30, 2019 at the Burghausen Jazz Festival TV Director, Susanne Sammet.
08:08
Jokers Vincent Peirani : accordion, accordina Federico Casagrande : guitar Ziv Ravitz : drums After many collaborations in duo (with Émile Parisien, Michel Portal, Michael Wollny, François Salque) or within his quintet, Living Being, Vincent Peirani wanted to embark on another form of orchestration, that of the trio. With the Italian guitarist Federico Casagrande, who has been living in Paris for many years, and Ziv Ravitz, an Israeli drummer who lives in New York, he forms a hybrid trio, guitar, drums, accordion, in which each musician can take the place of another, to become, by turns, a soloist, a rhythmist, a colourist, and so on. This cosmopolitan formula explores all kinds of music: enigmatic, oneiric, electronic, explosive, colourful, even silent. Everything is permitted and left to the free will of each of the three protagonists.
09:00
Berliner Philharmoniker, Daniel Barenboim (direction) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791) Concerto for piano no. 26 in D major K.537 Recorded in 1989 at the Siemens-Villa, Berlin Directed by George Moorse.
09:31
Daniel Barenboim (piano), Michael Barenboim (violin) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791) Violin Sonata in B-flat major, K.454 Violin Sonata in E-flat major, K.481 Recorded at the Pierre Boulez Saal, Berlin, 13 April 2020.
10:21
Daniel Barenboim (piano), Staatskapelle Berlin String Quartet Robert Schumann (1810 - 1856) Fantasiestücke op. 12 (Des Abens - Warum - Traumes Wirren) Piano Quintet Op. 44 Recorded at the Pierre Boulez Saal, Berlin, 24 April 2020.
11:02
INANNA Choreography by Carolyn Carlson Staged by Carolyn Carlson Sets by Euan Brunet-Smith (scénographie) Music by Armand Amar ( original music), Bruce Springsteen, Tom Waits (added music) With Chinatsu Kosakatani, Isida Micani, Sara Orselli, Sonia Rocha, Cristina Santucci, Sara Simeoni et Alessandra Vigna In turn a warrior, a lover, a mother and a seductress, modern woman has many facets, and brings to mind Inanna, the Sumerian goddess: pure and free, dangerous and playful, awkward and precious, she stands her ground and invariably triumphs. Dance is the perfect medium for her animal strength and mysterious power. Carolyn Carlson inventively combines different styles to explore the inner world of women. The seven performers have unique expressive power and perfectly convey the charm and harmony of Carolyn Carlson's vision. An ode to Woman. Recorded on 2012 at the Théâtre national de Chaillot TV Director Charles Picq.
12:40
Bernard Haitink: It comes my way - Portrait of a conductor Together with Hans Haffmans, Dutch radio and television presenter, Bernard Haitink is reflecting on his long career . The film turns out to be a very moving portrait of a man who can't enjoy his great success. Haffmans visits Haitink and his wife Patricia at his residence in south-west France. Two days of intimate conversations, including studying the Mengelberg score of 'Das Lied von der Erde', and a relaxed stroll in the garden. The interview is intervowen with unique archival footage and photos: a very young Haitink struggling with the Concertgebouw Orchestra and with Mahler's Second Symphony, and an older and far more experienced Haitink working with the Berlin Philharmonic, a recording session for Philips in the 70's, a masterclass in Luzern... Directed by Joost Honselaar and Hans Haffmans.
13:29
Berliner Philharmoniker, Bernard Haitink (Conductor) Tölzer Knabenchor, Ernst Senff Chor Florence Quivar (alto) Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphonie n° 3 en ré mineur Berlin, Philharmonie, 1992 Directed by Barrie Gavin.
15:16
Berliner Philharmoniker, Bernard Haitink (Conductor) Tölzer Knabenchor, Ernst Senff Chor Florence Quivar (alto) Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphonie n° 3 en ré mineur Berlin, Philharmonie, 1992 Directed by Barrie Gavin.
16:00
Platée 'Comédie lyrique (ballet bouffon)' in a prologue and three acts by Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683-1764) Libretto by Adrien-Joseph Le Valois d'Orville First performance in Versailles, la Grande Ecurie, 31 March 1745 Orchestre des Musiciens du Louvre, Marc Minkowksi (Conductor) Chours de l'Opéra national de Paris, Ching-Lien Wu (Chorus Master) Laurent Pelly (Stage Director, Costumes) Chantal Thomas (Sets), Joël Adam (Lighting), Laura Scozzi (Choreography) Lawrence Brownlee (Platée) Julie Fuchs (Thalie. la Folie) Nahuel di Pierro (Un satyre. Cithéron) Marc Mauillon (Momus) Reinoud Van Mechelen (Mercure) Tamara Bounazou (L'amour. Clarine) Jean Teitgen (Jupiter) Adriana Bignani-Lesca (Junon) Paris, Opéra National de Paris, Palais Garnier, 21 June 2022.
19:05
Berliner Philharmoniker, Bernard Haitink (conductor) Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphony no 7 in E minor Berlin, Philharmonie, 1992 Directed by Barrie Gavin.
20:30
Directed by Christopher Nupen 1970 was the 200th anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven's birth and, to mark the occasion, Daniel Barenboim and Christopher Nupen collaborated on a thirteen-part series about the man and his music. Close friends at the time, Barenboim as artist and Nupen as filmmaker, were on the cusp of long and illustrious careers in music. Much of the material they shot has never been broadcast and, until recently, the footage had lain dormant for half a century. Now the series has been resurrected in its original form. It was recorded when Daniel Barenboim was in his late twenties, full of talent, charisma and early authority. During the episodes, he talks and plays extracts at the piano, illustrating the defining characteristics of Beethoven's compositions and sharing his personal insight into the composer's mindset. Throughout, he addresses the camera directly as presenter, adding to the intensity of the narrative.
20:55
Directed by Christopher Nupen 1970 was the 200th anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven's birth and, to mark the occasion, Daniel Barenboim and Christopher Nupen collaborated on a thirteen-part series about the man and his music. Close friends at the time, Barenboim as artist and Nupen as filmmaker, were on the cusp of long and illustrious careers in music. Much of the material they shot has never been broadcast and, until recently, the footage had lain dormant for half a century. Now the series has been resurrected in its original form. It was recorded when Daniel Barenboim was in his late twenties, full of talent, charisma and early authority. During the episodes, he talks and plays extracts at the piano, illustrating the defining characteristics of Beethoven's compositions and sharing his personal insight into the composer's mindset. Throughout, he addresses the camera directly as presenter, adding to the intensity of the narrative.
21:33
Staatskapelle Berlin, Daniel Barenboim (Conductor) Ludwig Van Beethoven (1770-1827) Piano concerto No.5 KlavierFestival Ruhr, Germany, 2007 Directed by Andreas Morell.
22:17
Staatskapelle Berlin, Daniel Barenboim (conductor) Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897) Symphony No.1 in C minor, op. 68 Un poco sostenuto — Allegro Andante sostenuto Un poco allegretto e grazioso Adagio — Allegro non troppo, ma con brio Symphony No.2 in D major, op. 73 Allegro non troppo Adagio non troppo Allegretto grazioso (quasi andantino) Allegro con spirito Néstor Kirchner Cultural Center, Buenos Aires, 2018 Directed by Tilo Krause.
00:10
Staatskapelle Berlin, Daniel Barenboim (conductor) Symphony No.3 in F major, op. 90 Symphony No. 4 in Mi minor, op. 98 Néstor Kirchner Cultural Center, Buenos Aires, 2018 Directed by Tilo Krause.
01:42
Kylie Eastwood (bass) Hugh Coltman (vocal) Camille Bertault (vocal) Andrew McCormack (piano) Quentin Collins (trumpet, bugle) Brandon Allen (saxophone) Chris Higginbottom (drums) Recorded on June 30th at Théâtre Antique, Jazz a Vienne.
02:45
Avishai Cohen Avishai Cohen (trumpet) Ziv Ravitz (drums) Yonatan Albalak (guitar) Aviv Cohen (drums) Uzi Ramirez (bass) Recorded at the New morning, on May 29, 2019 TV Director, Patrick Savey.
04:02
LBT - LEO BETZL TRIO Leo Betzl. Piano Maximilian Hirning. Bass Sebastian Wolfgruber. drums Play list Circadian Dysrhythmia. Maximilian Hirning Arpeggione. Maximilian Hirning Way up in the blue. Maximilian Hirning Tacete. Maximilian Hirning Sober. Maximilian Hirning So Mellow. Maximilian Hirning The Riff. Maximilian Hirning Plectral Comfort Zone. Maximilian Hirning This is not the way to Vernazza. Maximilian Hirning Zappa. Maximilian Hirning Recorded on March 27, 2019 at the Burghausen Jazz Festival TV Director, Susanne Sammet.
05:11
Jokers Vincent Peirani : accordion, accordina Federico Casagrande : guitar Ziv Ravitz : drums After many collaborations in duo (with Émile Parisien, Michel Portal, Michael Wollny, François Salque) or within his quintet, Living Being, Vincent Peirani wanted to embark on another form of orchestration, that of the trio. With the Italian guitarist Federico Casagrande, who has been living in Paris for many years, and Ziv Ravitz, an Israeli drummer who lives in New York, he forms a hybrid trio, guitar, drums, accordion, in which each musician can take the place of another, to become, by turns, a soloist, a rhythmist, a colourist, and so on. This cosmopolitan formula explores all kinds of music: enigmatic, oneiric, electronic, explosive, colourful, even silent. Everything is permitted and left to the free will of each of the three protagonists.
05:57
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.
06:48
Michel Portal (clarinet) Bojan Z (piano) Nils Wogram (trombone) Bruno Chevillon (bass) Lander Gyselinck (drums) Recorded at Salle Poiret, Festival Nancy Jazz Pulsations, Nancy, the 6th october 2021 Directed by par Samuel Petit Michel Portal is a clarinettist and saxophonist with a dazzling technique, a tireless explorer of sounds, always on the lookout for new musical adventures. He is as comfortable with Brahms as he is with Bernard Lubat or as a composer of film music. After a ten-year absence, he makes a masterly return to the recording studio on his 85th birthday and leads a high-flying quintet that includes French bassist Bruno Chevillon, German trombonist Nils Wogram, young Belgian drummer Lander Gyselinck and pianist Bojan Z.
07:58
Michel Portal (clarinet) Bojan Z (piano) Nils Wogram (trombone) Bruno Chevillon (bass) Lander Gyselinck (drums) Recorded at Salle Poiret, Festival Nancy Jazz Pulsations, Nancy, the 6th october 2021 Directed by par Samuel Petit Michel Portal is a clarinettist and saxophonist with a dazzling technique, a tireless explorer of sounds, always on the lookout for new musical adventures. He is as comfortable with Brahms as he is with Bernard Lubat or as a composer of film music. After a ten-year absence, he makes a masterly return to the recording studio on his 85th birthday and leads a high-flying quintet that includes French bassist Bruno Chevillon, German trombonist Nils Wogram, young Belgian drummer Lander Gyselinck and pianist Bojan Z.
09:00
Werther 'Drame lyrique' in four acts and five tableaux by Jules Massenet (1842 - 1912) Libretto by Edouard Blau, Paul Millet and Georges Hartmann after Goethe First performance in Viena, Hofoper, 16 February 1892 Wiener Staatsoper Orchestra, Wiener Staatsoper Choir, Bertrand de Billy (Musical Direction) Andrei Serban (Stage Direction) Peter Pabst (Sets, Costume Design) Piotr Beczala (Werther) Gaëlle Arquez (Charlotte) Clemens Unterreiner (Albert) Daniela Fally (Sophie) Marcus Pelz (Le Bailli) Andrea Giovannini (Schmidt) Michael Rakotoarivony (Johann) Staatsoper, Vienna, 10/12/2020 TV director, Ella Gallieni.
11:09
Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulose, Tugan Sokhiev (Conductor) Bertrand Chamayou (piano) Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Piano Concerto in G Felix Mendelssohn (1809 - 1847) Symphony no 4 in A major, op. 90 'Italian' Recorded at the Halle aux Grains, Toulouse, 26 June 2020.
12:05
Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulose, Tugan Sokhiev (Conductor) Bertrand Chamayou (piano) Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Piano Concerto in G Felix Mendelssohn (1809 - 1847) Symphony no 4 in A major, op. 90 'Italian' Recorded at the Halle aux Grains, Toulouse, 26 June 2020.
12:30
Staatskapelle Berlin, Daniel Barenboim (Conductor) Ludwig Van Beethoven (1770-1827) Piano Concerto No.1 Klavierfestival Ruhr, Essen, Germany, 2007 Directed by Michael Beyer.
13:11
Staatskapelle Berlin, Daniel Barenboim (Conductor) Ludwig Van Beethoven (1770-1827) Piano concerto No.5 KlavierFestival Ruhr, Germany, 2007 Directed by Andreas Morell.
13:55
Directed by Christopher Nupen 1970 was the 200th anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven's birth and, to mark the occasion, Daniel Barenboim and Christopher Nupen collaborated on a thirteen-part series about the man and his music. Close friends at the time, Barenboim as artist and Nupen as filmmaker, were on the cusp of long and illustrious careers in music. Much of the material they shot has never been broadcast and, until recently, the footage had lain dormant for half a century. Now the series has been resurrected in its original form. It was recorded when Daniel Barenboim was in his late twenties, full of talent, charisma and early authority. During the episodes, he talks and plays extracts at the piano, illustrating the defining characteristics of Beethoven's compositions and sharing his personal insight into the composer's mindset. Throughout, he addresses the camera directly as presenter, adding to the intensity of the narrative.
14:20
Directed by Christopher Nupen 1970 was the 200th anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven's birth and, to mark the occasion, Daniel Barenboim and Christopher Nupen collaborated on a thirteen-part series about the man and his music. Close friends at the time, Barenboim as artist and Nupen as filmmaker, were on the cusp of long and illustrious careers in music. Much of the material they shot has never been broadcast and, until recently, the footage had lain dormant for half a century. Now the series has been resurrected in its original form. It was recorded when Daniel Barenboim was in his late twenties, full of talent, charisma and early authority. During the episodes, he talks and plays extracts at the piano, illustrating the defining characteristics of Beethoven's compositions and sharing his personal insight into the composer's mindset. Throughout, he addresses the camera directly as presenter, adding to the intensity of the narrative.
14:47
Directed by Christopher Nupen 1970 was the 200th anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven's birth and, to mark the occasion, Daniel Barenboim and Christopher Nupen collaborated on a thirteen-part series about the man and his music. Close friends at the time, Barenboim as artist and Nupen as filmmaker, were on the cusp of long and illustrious careers in music. Much of the material they shot has never been broadcast and, until recently, the footage had lain dormant for half a century. Now the series has been resurrected in its original form. It was recorded when Daniel Barenboim was in his late twenties, full of talent, charisma and early authority. During the episodes, he talks and plays extracts at the piano, illustrating the defining characteristics of Beethoven's compositions and sharing his personal insight into the composer's mindset. Throughout, he addresses the camera directly as presenter, adding to the intensity of the narrative.
15:15
Directed by Christopher Nupen 1970 was the 200th anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven's birth and, to mark the occasion, Daniel Barenboim and Christopher Nupen collaborated on a thirteen-part series about the man and his music. Close friends at the time, Barenboim as artist and Nupen as filmmaker, were on the cusp of long and illustrious careers in music. Much of the material they shot has never been broadcast and, until recently, the footage had lain dormant for half a century. Now the series has been resurrected in its original form. It was recorded when Daniel Barenboim was in his late twenties, full of talent, charisma and early authority. During the episodes, he talks and plays extracts at the piano, illustrating the defining characteristics of Beethoven's compositions and sharing his personal insight into the composer's mindset. Throughout, he addresses the camera directly as presenter, adding to the intensity of the narrative.
15:40
Directed by Christopher Nupen 1970 was the 200th anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven's birth and, to mark the occasion, Daniel Barenboim and Christopher Nupen collaborated on a thirteen-part series about the man and his music Close friends at the time, Barenboim as artist and Nupen as filmmaker, were on the cusp of long and illustrious careers in music. Much of the material they shot has never been broadcast and, until recently, the footage had lain dormant for half a century. Now the series has been resurrected in its original form. It was recorded when Daniel Barenboim was in his late twenties, full of talent, charisma and early authority. During the episodes, he talks and plays extracts at the piano, illustrating the defining characteristics of Beethoven's compositions and sharing his personal insight into the composer's mindset. Throughout, he addresses the camera directly as presenter, adding to the intensity of the narrative. For orchestral pieces, he conducts the New Philharmonia Orchestra or plays at the piano with Sir Adrian Boult taking the conductor's baton.
16:00
Clowns Directed, choreographed and composed by Hofesh Shechter Performed by Hofesh Shechter Company Chien-Ming Chang, Frédéric Despierre, Rachel Fallon, Mickaël Frappat, Yeji Kim Kim Kohlmann, Erion Kruja, Merel Lammers, Attila Ronai, Diogo Sousa (dancers) Christina Cunningham (costume design) London, Rivoli Ballroom, 2018 Directed by Sebastian Cort.
16:28
The TREE (Fragments of poetics on fire) Carolyn Carlson (Choreography) Colette Malye (Choreography Assistant) Gao Xingjian (Visual Artist) Musical extracts Henry Purcell, Jean Sibelius, Jean-Sébastien Bach, Philip Glass, René Aubry, Aleksi Aubry-Carlson, Nicolas de Zorzi Rémi Nicolas (Lighting) With Chinatsu Kosakatani, Juha Marsalo, Céline Maufroid, Riccardo Meneghini, Isida Micani, Yutaka Nakata, Sara Orselli, Sara Simeoni, Constantine Baecher Paris, Chaillot - Théâtre National de la Danse, 11 Mai 2021.
17:43
Daniel Barenboim (piano) Frédéric Chopin (1810 - 1849) Etudes, op. 25 (No 1 in A flat major, No. 2 in F minor, No. 7 in C sharp minor) Etudes, op. 10 (n ° 4 in C sharp minor, n ° 6 in E flat minor, no8 in F major) Nocturne, op. 15 No. 2 in F sharp major Ballade No. 1 in G minor, op. 23 Recorded at the Pierre Boulez Saal, Berlin, 19 April 2020.
18:20
Daniel Barenboim (piano) Frédéric Chopin (1810 - 1849) Etudes, op. 25 (No 1 in A flat major, No. 2 in F minor, No. 7 in C sharp minor) Etudes, op. 10 (n ° 4 in C sharp minor, n ° 6 in E flat minor, no8 in F major) Nocturne, op. 15 No. 2 in F sharp major Ballade No. 1 in G minor, op. 23 Recorded at the Pierre Boulez Saal, Berlin, 19 April 2020.
18:50
Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse, Tugan Sokhiev (Conductor) Behzod Abduraimov (piano) Sergei Prokofiev (1981 - 1953) Piano Concerto no 2 in G minor Op. 26 Dmitri Shostakovich (1906 - 1975) Symphony no. 10 in E minor Op. 93 Halle aux Grains, Toulouse, 10 September 2021 Directed by Jean-Pierre Loisil.
20:30
One Thousand and One Nights Ballet in 2 Acts Choreographer & Artistic Director , Andrey Petrov Music, Fikret Amirov Libretto by Maksud & Rustam Ibragimbekov, Nailia Naziorova bassée sur sur le conte Arabe Les 1001 nuits Sets, Tair Salahov Costume, Olga Polyanskaya With The Kremlin Ballet Scheherezada, Ekaterina Pervushina Shahriyar, a Persian tsar, Mikhail Evgenov NuRida, Shahriyar's wife, Irina Ablitsova Masood, a slav of Nurida, Amir Salimov Vizier, father of Sheherezada, Ivan Fadeev Executioner, Nikita Smirnov Alladin, Egor Motuzov Tsarevna Budour, Natalia Balakhnicheva Wizard, Nikita Ivanov Gene of the lamps, Ivan Zakharchenko Sindbad, Maxim Afnasyev Girl, Karina Salimova Bird Ruh, Nikolay Zheltikov Le Sultan, Sergey Vasyuchenko Wife of the Sultan, Ksenia Khabinets Hobo, Dmitry Prusakov Ali-Baba, Eugeny Korolev Marjana, servant Ali-Baba, Alina Kaicheva Maxym robbers, Maxim Sabitov Soloist in bash, Arina Tomilina, Ekaterina Chekryzheva Recorded at the Heydar Aliyev Palace, Bakou, Azerbaidjan on A.
22:13
Daniel Barenboim (piano) Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) Piano Sonata No.14 in C-sharp minor, Op.27 No.2 (Moonlight) Recorded in Berlin, Boulez Saal, in 2020 Directed by Fréderic Delesques.
22:30
Daniel Barenboim (piano) Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) Piano Sonata No.8 in C minor, Op.13 (Pathétique) Recorded in Berlin, Boulez Saal, in 2020 Directed by Fréderic Delesques.
22:50
Daniel Barenboim (piano) Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) Piano Sonata No.23 in F minor, Op.57 (Appassionata) Recorded in Berlin, Boulez Saal, in 2020 Directed by Fréderic Delesques.
23:15
Daniel Barenboim (piano) Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) Piano Sonata No.21 in C major, Op.53 (Waldstein) Recorded in Berlin, Boulez Saal, in 2020 Directed by Fréderic Delesques.
23:43
Daniel Barenboim (piano) Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) Piano Sonata No.17 in D minor, Op.31 No.2 (The Tempest) Recorded in Berlin, Boulez Saal, in 2020 Directed by Fréderic Delesques.
00:10
Daniel Barenboim (piano) Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) Piano Sonata No.26 in E-flat major, Op.81a (Les adieux) Recorded in Berlin, Boulez Saal, in 2020 Directed by Fréderic Delesques.
00:29
Shirine Opera in twelve tableaux by Thierry Escaich (born in 1965) Libretto by Atiq Rahimi Premiered in Lyon, Opéra National de Lyon, May 2, 2022 Orchestra and Chorus of the Opéra National de Lyon, Franck Ollu (musical direction) Denis Comtet (chorus master) Richard Brunel (stage direction) Etienne Pluss (sets), Wojciech Dziedzic (costumes), Henning Streck (lights), Yann Philippe (video), Herve Chaussard (choreography), Catherine Ailloud-Nicolas (dramaturgy) Jeanne Gerard (Shirine) Julien Behr (Khosrow) Jean-Sebastien Bou (Chapour) Madjouline Zerari (Chamira) Theophile Alexandre (Nakissa) Laurent Alvaro (Barbados) Florent Karrer (Farhad) Stephen Mills (Shiroya) Lyon, National Opera of Lyon, May 10, 2022.
02:23
LBT - LEO BETZL TRIO Leo Betzl. Piano Maximilian Hirning. Bass Sebastian Wolfgruber. drums Play list Circadian Dysrhythmia. Maximilian Hirning Arpeggione. Maximilian Hirning Way up in the blue. Maximilian Hirning Tacete. Maximilian Hirning Sober. Maximilian Hirning So Mellow. Maximilian Hirning The Riff. Maximilian Hirning Plectral Comfort Zone. Maximilian Hirning This is not the way to Vernazza. Maximilian Hirning Zappa. Maximilian Hirning Recorded on March 27, 2019 at the Burghausen Jazz Festival TV Director, Susanne Sammet.
03:31
Kylie Eastwood (bass) Hugh Coltman (vocal) Camille Bertault (vocal) Andrew McCormack (piano) Quentin Collins (trumpet, bugle) Brandon Allen (saxophone) Chris Higginbottom (drums) Recorded on June 30th at Théâtre Antique, Jazz a Vienne.
04:34
Jokers Vincent Peirani : accordion, accordina Federico Casagrande : guitar Ziv Ravitz : drums After many collaborations in duo (with Émile Parisien, Michel Portal, Michael Wollny, François Salque) or within his quintet, Living Being, Vincent Peirani wanted to embark on another form of orchestration, that of the trio. With the Italian guitarist Federico Casagrande, who has been living in Paris for many years, and Ziv Ravitz, an Israeli drummer who lives in New York, he forms a hybrid trio, guitar, drums, accordion, in which each musician can take the place of another, to become, by turns, a soloist, a rhythmist, a colourist, and so on. This cosmopolitan formula explores all kinds of music: enigmatic, oneiric, electronic, explosive, colourful, even silent. Everything is permitted and left to the free will of each of the three protagonists.
05:20
Avishai Cohen Avishai Cohen (trumpet) Ziv Ravitz (drums) Yonatan Albalak (guitar) Aviv Cohen (drums) Uzi Ramirez (bass) Recorded at the New morning, on May 29, 2019 TV Director, Patrick Savey.
06:38
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.
07:29
Naissam Jalal Live at Banlieues Bleues 2017 Naissam Jalal feat Hamid Drake, Quest of invisible F. Naissam Jalal, compositions, flute, nay Leonardo Montant, piano Claude Tchamitchian, bass Harmid Drake, battery, drums The flautist continues her search for meaning with a dream quartet to approach the mystical and spiritual side of jazz. From her early days, Naissam Jalal has been oscillating between the West, symbolized by the traverso she studied at the Conservatory, and the East, represented by the ney, which she studied with great masters in Damascus and Cairo. In residence at the Dynamo, she sets a new objective: to integrate improvised modal jazz with non-western traditions, like the Arab dhikr, the Indian raga, and Gnawa trance. A specialist of the genre, drummer and percussionist Hamid Drake immediately recognized in her the ability he himself acquired alongside Don Cherry and Pharoah Sanders. He is now part of the adventure.
08:27
Naissam Jalal Live at Banlieues Bleues 2017 Naissam Jalal feat Hamid Drake, Quest of invisible F. Naissam Jalal, compositions, flute, nay Leonardo Montant, piano Claude Tchamitchian, bass Harmid Drake, battery, drums The flautist continues her search for meaning with a dream quartet to approach the mystical and spiritual side of jazz. From her early days, Naissam Jalal has been oscillating between the West, symbolized by the traverso she studied at the Conservatory, and the East, represented by the ney, which she studied with great masters in Damascus and Cairo. In residence at the Dynamo, she sets a new objective: to integrate improvised modal jazz with non-western traditions, like the Arab dhikr, the Indian raga, and Gnawa trance. A specialist of the genre, drummer and percussionist Hamid Drake immediately recognized in her the ability he himself acquired alongside Don Cherry and Pharoah Sanders. He is now part of the adventure.
09:00
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 Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Antonino Fogliani (conductor) Chour du Grand Théâtre de Geneve Phelim McDermott (Stage Direction) Tom Pye (Sets), Kevin Pollard (Costumes), Simon Trottet (Lighting), Basil Twist (Choreography) Nazhmiddin Mavlyanov (Radames) Serena Farnocchia (Aida) Anna Smirnova (Amneris) Alexey Markov (Amonasro) Liang Li (Ramfis) Donald Thomson (Il Re) Denzil Delaere (Un messaggero) Claire de Sévigné (Sacerdotessa) Recorded at the Grand Théâtre, Geneva, 15 & 17 October 2019 TV Director, Sébastien Glas.
11:32
Berliner Philharmoniker, Bernard Haitink (conductor) Isabelle Faust (violin) Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) Violin Concerto in D major op. 61 Symphony no 6 in F major op. 68 'Pastorale' Baden-Baden, Festspielhaus, 2015 Directed by Torben Schmidt-Jacobsen.
13:15
Directed by Christopher Nupen 1970 was the 200th anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven's birth and, to mark the occasion, Daniel Barenboim and Christopher Nupen collaborated on a thirteen-part series about the man and his music. Close friends at the time, Barenboim as artist and Nupen as filmmaker, were on the cusp of long and illustrious careers in music. Much of the material they shot has never been broadcast and, until recently, the footage had lain dormant for half a century. Now the series has been resurrected in its original form. It was recorded when Daniel Barenboim was in his late twenties, full of talent, charisma and early authority. During the episodes, he talks and plays extracts at the piano, illustrating the defining characteristics of Beethoven's compositions and sharing his personal insight into the composer's mindset. Throughout, he addresses the camera directly as presenter, adding to the intensity of the narrative.
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Directed by Christopher Nupen 1970 was the 200th anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven's birth and, to mark the occasion, Daniel Barenboim and Christopher Nupen collaborated on a thirteen-part series about the man and his music. Close friends at the time, Barenboim as artist and Nupen as filmmaker, were on the cusp of long and illustrious careers in music. Much of the material they shot has never been broadcast and, until recently, the footage had lain dormant for half a century. Now the series has been resurrected in its original form. It was recorded when Daniel Barenboim was in his late twenties, full of talent, charisma and early authority. During the episodes, he talks and plays extracts at the piano, illustrating the defining characteristics of Beethoven's compositions and sharing his personal insight into the composer's mindset. Throughout, he addresses the camera directly as presenter, adding to the intensity of the narrative.
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Directed by Christopher Nupen 1970 was the 200th anniversary of Ludwig van Beethoven's birth and, to mark the occasion, Daniel Barenboim and Christopher Nupen collaborated on a thirteen-part series about the man and his music. Close friends at the time, Barenboim as artist and Nupen as filmmaker, were on the cusp of long and illustrious careers in music. Much of the material they shot has never been broadcast and, until recently, the footage had lain dormant for half a century. Now the series has been resurrected in its original form. It was recorded when Daniel Barenboim was in his late twenties, full of talent, charisma and early authority. During the episodes, he talks and plays extracts at the piano, illustrating the defining characteristics of Beethoven's compositions and sharing his personal insight into the composer's mindset. Throughout, he addresses the camera directly as presenter, adding to the intensity of the narrative.
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Berliner Philharmoniker, Bernard Haitink (conductor) Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphony no 7 in E minor Berlin, Philharmonie, 1992 Directed by Barrie Gavin.
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Saint-Saëns meets Havana Saint-Saëns meets Havana is a film project, which will stage the Danza Contemporanea of ??Cuba and the Trio Zadig in the interpretation of major works of Camille Saint Saëns. Rameau - Saint-Saëns : 1st concerto Saint-Saëns : Trio with piano N°2 opus 92 Liszt- Saint-Saëns : Orpheus Saint-Saëns : La Havanaise Trio Zadig, Boris Borgolotto Ian Barber Marc Girard Garcia Danza contemporanea de Cuba (dance company) George Cespédes (choreographer) Patrick Lauze (realisator) Lyceum Mozartiano, La Havane from 22 to 30 october 2021 TV Director, Patrick Lauze.
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Berliner Philharmoniker, Bernard Haitink (Conductor) Tölzer Knabenchor, Ernst Senff Chor Florence Quivar (alto) Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphonie n° 3 en ré mineur Berlin, Philharmonie, 1992 Directed by Barrie Gavin.
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Staatskapelle Berlin, Daniel Barenboim (conductor) Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897) Symphony No.1 in C minor, op. 68 Un poco sostenuto — Allegro Andante sostenuto Un poco allegretto e grazioso Adagio — Allegro non troppo, ma con brio Symphony No.2 in D major, op. 73 Allegro non troppo Adagio non troppo Allegretto grazioso (quasi andantino) Allegro con spirito Néstor Kirchner Cultural Center, Buenos Aires, 2018 Directed by Tilo Krause.
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La Clemenza di Tito Opera seria in two acts by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791) Libretto by Pietro Mestastasio adapted by Caterino Mazzola First performance in Prague, National Theatre, 6 September 1791 Orchestre et choeurs de l'Opéra Royal de Wallonie-Liege, Thomas Rösner (Conductor) Pierre Iodice (Chorus master) Julien Lubek, Cécile Roussat (Stage Direction, Sets, Costumes, Lighting, Choreography) Patrizia Ciofi (Vitellia) Anna Bonitatibus (Sesto) Leonardo Cortellazzi (Tito) Veronica Cangemi (Servilla) Cecilia Molinari (Annio) Markus Suihkonen (Publio) Recorded at the Opéra Royal de Wallonie-Liege, 15 May 2019 TV Director, Nicolas Foulon.
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Daniel Barenboim (piano) Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) Diabelli Variations, op. 120 Recorded at the Pierre Boulez Saal, Berlin, 10 April 2020.
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Daniel Barenboim (piano), Staatskapelle Berlin String Quartet Robert Schumann (1810 - 1856) Fantasiestücke op. 12 (Des Abens - Warum - Traumes Wirren) Piano Quintet Op. 44 Recorded at the Pierre Boulez Saal, Berlin, 24 April 2020.
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Werther 'Drame lyrique' in four acts and five tableaux by Jules Massenet (1842 - 1912) Libretto by Edouard Blau, Paul Millet and Georges Hartmann after Goethe First performance in Viena, Hofoper, 16 February 1892 Wiener Staatsoper Orchestra, Wiener Staatsoper Choir, Bertrand de Billy (Musical Direction) Andrei Serban (Stage Direction) Peter Pabst (Sets, Costume Design) Piotr Beczala (Werther) Gaëlle Arquez (Charlotte) Clemens Unterreiner (Albert) Daniela Fally (Sophie) Marcus Pelz (Le Bailli) Andrea Giovannini (Schmidt) Michael Rakotoarivony (Johann) Staatsoper, Vienna, 10/12/2020 TV director, Ella Gallieni.
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LBT - LEO BETZL TRIO Leo Betzl. Piano Maximilian Hirning. Bass Sebastian Wolfgruber. drums Play list Circadian Dysrhythmia. Maximilian Hirning Arpeggione. Maximilian Hirning Way up in the blue. Maximilian Hirning Tacete. Maximilian Hirning Sober. Maximilian Hirning So Mellow. Maximilian Hirning The Riff. Maximilian Hirning Plectral Comfort Zone. Maximilian Hirning This is not the way to Vernazza. Maximilian Hirning Zappa. Maximilian Hirning Recorded on March 27, 2019 at the Burghausen Jazz Festival TV Director, Susanne Sammet.
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Kylie Eastwood (bass) Hugh Coltman (vocal) Camille Bertault (vocal) Andrew McCormack (piano) Quentin Collins (trumpet, bugle) Brandon Allen (saxophone) Chris Higginbottom (drums) Recorded on June 30th at Théâtre Antique, Jazz a Vienne.
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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.