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Mezzo
05:48
Richard Galliano & Ron Carter duo Richard Galliano, accordeon Ron Carter, double bass Playlist Blue for D.P. (Ron Carter) Tango pour Claude (Richard Galliano) Laurita (Richard Galliano) Little Waltz (Ron Carter) Aria (Richard Galliano) et Libertango (Astor Piazzolla) Improvisation (Ron Carter) It's about time (Ron Carter) Concert organisé dans le cadre des 50 ans de carriere de Richar Galliano, en accord avec Thierry Sola, manager de l'artiste. Recorded on March 1st, 2020 at the NOSPR Concert Hall, Katowice, Bielska Zadymka Jazzowa festival TV Director, Samuel Thiebaut.
06:30
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09:30
Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne, Joshua Weilerstein (conductor) Nelson Freire (Piano) Christopher Rouse (b. 1949) Iscariot Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major, Op. 58 Arnold Schönberg (1874 - 1951) Verklärte Nacht, Op. 4 (1943) Recorded on October 30th 2017 at the Salle Métropole of Lausanne Directed by Andy Sommer.
10:59
David Parsons Dance Company Choreographer, David Parsons Lights, Howell Bimkley The Envelope (1986) Music, Gioachino Rossini Costume, Judy Wirkula Hand Dance (2003) Original music , Kenji Bunch Costume, David Parsons Finding center (2015) Music, Thomas Newman Visual Art, Rita Blitt Costume, Natomi Luppescu Caught (1982) Music, Robert Fripp Let the Power fall Costume, Judy Wirkula Lighting concept, David Parsons In the End (2005) Music, Dave Matthews Band Costume, Mia McSwain Recorded on March 17th and 18tg 2017 at the Theatro Malibran (Fenice), Venice TV Director, Yan Proefrock.
12:26
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12:30
Rusalka Opera in three acts by Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904) Libretto by Jaroslav Kvapil First performance in Prague, National Theatre, 31 March 1901 Coro y Orquesta Titulares del Teatro Real (Coro Intermezzo / Orquesta Sinfónica de Madrid), Ivor Bolton (Condutor) Andrés Máspero (Chorus Master) Christof Loy (Stage Direction) Johannes Leiacker (Sets), Ursula Renzenbrink (costumes), Bernd Purkrabek (Lighting), Klevis Elmazaj (choreography) Asmik Grigorian (Rusalka) Eric Cutler (Prince) Karita Mattila (Cizi Knezna) Maxim Kuzmin-Karavaev (Vodnik) Katarina Dalayman (Ježibaba) Sebastia Peris (Lovec) Manel Esteve (Hajny) Solenn' Lavanant Linke (Kuchtik) Julietta Aleksanyan (First nymph) Rachel Kelly (Second nymph) Silvia de la Muela (Third nymph) Live from the Teatro Real, Madrid.
15:23
InterMezzo
16:00
Diane Reeves Dianne Reeves, vocal Peter Martin, keyboard Romero Lubambo, guitar Reginald Veal, bass Terreon Gully, drums Recorded on Spetember 10th 2017 at the Grande Halle de la Villette, Jazz a la Villette festival TV Director, David Unger.
16:50
Richard Galliano, Anniversary Concert Richard Galliano (accordeon) Richard Galliano has enchanted stages all over the world for fifty years. Accordionist, bandoneonist, composer, Richard Galliano, multifaceted musician, tireless worker always in search of new inspiration, tirelessly rewrites the history of the accordion. This is how he invents the concept of New Musette, revealing to the musical world the unprecedented and daring image of a revived accordion, between waltzes musettes, jazz and tango, blues and Brazilian music. The meetings with Chet Baker, Charlie Haden, Ron Carter, Michel Portal and so many others confirm his musical eclecticism. But Richard Galliano does not stop there. Passionate about classical music from an early age, he happily explores and interprets the works of Vivaldi, Mozart and Bach; in constant search of harmony and musicality, he even broadens his repertoire to film music by adapting the work of Nino Rota. He is also the only accordionist who records for the prestigious German record label Deutsche Grammophon. During this accordion recital, given on the occasion of this anniversary, he will perform works by Debussy, Satie, Chopin, Granados, Michel Legrand, Astor Piazzolla and of course, his own compositions. Recorded on November 12, 2020 at the Salle Gaveau, Paris TV DIrector, Samuel Thiebaut.
17:45
Sophie Alour Exil(s) Sophie Alour (saxophone, flute, compositions) Mohamed Abozékry (oud) Donald Kontamanou (drums) Philippe Aerts (double bass) Damien Argentieri (piano) Wassim Halal (derbouka, bendir) Recorded on May 30, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve.
19:10
Orchestre national de France, Emmanuel Krivine (Conductor) Ann Petersen (soprano) Anton Webern (1883 - 1945) Passacaglia, Op.1 Richard Strauss (1864 - 1949) Vier letzte Lieder César Franck (1822 - 1890) Symphony in D Minor Recorded on September 7, 2017 at the Auditorium de la Maison de la Radio, Paris TV Director, Olivier Simonnet.
20:24
InterMezzo
20:30
Prima la musica e poi le parole 'Divertimento teatrale' in one act by Antonio Salieri (1750 - 1825) Libretto by Giovannni Battista Casti First performance in Vienna, Orangerie Schönbrunn, February 7, 1786 Der Schauspieldirektor 'Singspiel' in one act by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791) Libretto by Gottlieb Stephanie First performance in Vienna, Orangerie Schönbrunn, February 7, 1786 Orchestra del Teatro La Fenice, Federico Maria Sardelli (conductor) Italo Nunziata (Stage director) Andrea Benetello (Lights) Scuola di Scenogra a dellAccademia di Belle Arti di Venezia (Costumes) Prima la musica e poi le parole Szymon Chojnacki (Maestro di cappella) Francesco Vultaggio (Un poeta) Francesca Boncompagni (Donna Eleonora, virtuosa seria) Rocío Pérez (Tonina) Der Schauspieldirektor Karl-Heinz Macek (Mr. Frank, Schauspieldirektor) Marco Ferraro (Mr. Eiler, ein Banker) Szymon Chojnacki (Mr. Buff, Schauspieler) Francesco Bortolozzo (Mr. Herz, Schauspieler) Michela Mocchiutti (Madame Pfeil, Schauspielerin) Roberta Barbiero (Madame Krone, Schauspielerin) Valeria de Santis (Madame Vogelsang, Schauspielerin) Rocío Pérez (Madame Herz, ein Sänger) Francesca Boncompagni (Miss Silberklang, ein Sänger) Valentino Buzza (Mr. Vogelsang, ein Sänger) Venice, Teatro Malibran, October 17, 20 & 22, 2020 Directed by Arnaud Lalanne.
22:34
Czech Philharmonic, Semyon Bychkov (Conductor) London Voices Luciano Berio (1925 - 2003) Sinfonia, for 8 voices and orchestra Antonín Dvořák (1841 - 1904) Symphony No. 7 in D Minor, Op. 70 Recorded at the Rudolfinum, Prague, 19 October 2018.
00:23
Shabaka and the Ancestors Shabaka Hutchings, saxophone, tenor Hutchings was born in 1984 in London. He moved to Barbados at the age of six, began studying classical clarinet aged nine and remained until sixteen. Shabaka's primary project is the group Sons of Kemet, which won the 2013 MOBO Award for Jazz Act of the Year. In June 2014 Shabaka was invited to join the Sun Ra Arkestra, performing with them and recording a session for BBC Radio 3. He has performed and recorded with Courtney Pine's Jazz Warriors, Mulatu Astatke and the Heliocentrics, Polar Bear and Soweto Kinch. Some of the many notable musicians he has shared the stage with include Jack DeJohnette, Charlie Haden and the Liberation Music Orchestra, Louis Moholo, Evan Parker, King Sunny Ade and Orlando Julius to name a few. Recorded on, 2017, June 29 at Gesu, Montreal Jazz Festival TV Director, Mathieu Mastin.
01:42
Richard Galliano, Anniversary Concert Richard Galliano (accordeon) Richard Galliano has enchanted stages all over the world for fifty years. Accordionist, bandoneonist, composer, Richard Galliano, multifaceted musician, tireless worker always in search of new inspiration, tirelessly rewrites the history of the accordion. This is how he invents the concept of New Musette, revealing to the musical world the unprecedented and daring image of a revived accordion, between waltzes musettes, jazz and tango, blues and Brazilian music. The meetings with Chet Baker, Charlie Haden, Ron Carter, Michel Portal and so many others confirm his musical eclecticism. But Richard Galliano does not stop there. Passionate about classical music from an early age, he happily explores and interprets the works of Vivaldi, Mozart and Bach; in constant search of harmony and musicality, he even broadens his repertoire to film music by adapting the work of Nino Rota. He is also the only accordionist who records for the prestigious German record label Deutsche Grammophon. During this accordion recital, given on the occasion of this anniversary, he will perform works by Debussy, Satie, Chopin, Granados, Michel Legrand, Astor Piazzolla and of course, his own compositions. Recorded on November 12, 2020 at the Salle Gaveau, Paris TV DIrector, Samuel Thiebaut.
02:37
Snarky Puppy 11 musicians Performed music from the last recording, IMMIGRANCE. Two years after their sold-out French tour, the jazz group phenomenon is back to celebrate the release of its latest album. Based in Brooklyn, the community group brings together around thirty musicians who work with the greatest names in music. Having achieved recognition three times at the Grammy awards, Snarky Puppy, endeavours to create music for the body and the mind. Recorded at the salle Pleyel on November 22, 2019 TV Director, Patrick Savey.
04:07
Sophie Alour Exil(s) Sophie Alour (saxophone, flute, compositions) Mohamed Abozékry (oud) Donald Kontamanou (drums) Philippe Aerts (double bass) Damien Argentieri (piano) Wassim Halal (derbouka, bendir) Recorded on May 30, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve.
05:09
Portal & Cie, Ballard & Hays Michel Portal, clarinette, clarinet bass, saxophone soprano Jeff Ballard, drums Kevin Hays, piano Promises is the reunion of three stars of the international jazz scene: Michel Portal, an emblematic figure of improvised music in Europe, Jeff Ballard, an American drummer who played with the greatest (Ray Charles, Pat Metheny, Brad Meldhau) and pianist Kevin Hays whose pedigree is no less impressive (Sonny Rollins, Ron Carter). The three musicians explore the entire gamut of jazz, from traditional to modern, with new compositions and unbridled improvisation. Their Promises will be kept. Enregistré le 23 Mai 2017 au Théâtre Municipal de Coutances, Jazz sous les Pommiers Réalisateur, Thierry Villeneuve.
06:12
InterMezzo
09:00
Le Concert Spirituel, Hervé Niquet (Conductor) Sandrine Piau (Soprano) Anthea Pichanick (Mezzo-soprano) Kresimir Spicer (Tenor) Bozidar Smiljanic (Bass-baritone) Georg Friedrich Haendel (1685-1759) Messiah, HWV 56 Recorded at the Chapelle Royale, Château de Versailles, 15 December 2018 TV Director, Julien Condemine.
10:57
Richard Galliano & Ron Carter duo Richard Galliano, accordeon Ron Carter, double bass Playlist Blue for D.P. (Ron Carter) Tango pour Claude (Richard Galliano) Laurita (Richard Galliano) Little Waltz (Ron Carter) Aria (Richard Galliano) et Libertango (Astor Piazzolla) Improvisation (Ron Carter) It's about time (Ron Carter) Concert organisé dans le cadre des 50 ans de carriere de Richar Galliano, en accord avec Thierry Sola, manager de l'artiste. Recorded on March 1st, 2020 at the NOSPR Concert Hall, Katowice, Bielska Zadymka Jazzowa festival TV Director, Samuel Thiebaut.
11:39
InterMezzo
12:30
Norma Tragedia lirica in two acts by Vincenzo Bellini (1801 - 1835) Libretto by Felice Romani after the play 'Norma, ou L'infanticide' (Norma, or The Infanticide) by Alexandre Soumet First performance in Milan, Teatro alla Scala, 26 December 1831 Orchestra and choirs et from the Royal Opera of Wallonia-Liege, Massimo Zanetti (conductor) Pierre Iodice (chorus master) Julien Eberhardt (Konzertmeister) Davide Garattini Raimondi (Stage Director) Paolo Vitale (set), Giada Massi (costumes), Paolo Vitale (lighting) Patrizia Ciofi (Norma) Gregory Kunde (Pollione) Jose Maria Lo Monaco (Adalgisa) Andrea Concetti (Oroveso) Zeno Popescu (Flavio) Réjane Soldano (Clotilde) Recorded on October 28, 2017 at the Royal Opera of Wallonia-Liege TV Director, Nicolas Foulon.
15:12
InterMezzo
15:33
Orchestre Philharmonique Royal de Liege, Christian Arming (Conductor) Jodie Devos (soprano), Lore Binon (soprano), Alexander Vinogradov (bass) Czech Philharmonic Choir of Brno Felix Mendelssohn (1809 - 1847) A Midsummer's Night Dream Dmitri Shostakovich (1906 - 1975) Symphony no. 13 ''Babi Yar'' Recorded on 2 February 2017 at the Salle Philharmonique de Liege Directed by Nicolas Foulon.
17:25
BORDERLINE Choreography by Wang Ramirez With the participation of Christophe Isselee And the voices of Chung-Won Wang & Henri Ramirez Jean-Philippe Barrios, composer Jason Oettlé, rigging coordination Cyril Mulon, lights Catherine Umbdenstock, collaboration to dramaturgy Paul Bauer, scenography Anna Ramir, costume designer Louis Becker Christine Joy Alpuerto Kai Gaedtke Mustapha Said Lehlouh Sébastien Ramirez Honji Wang And the Wang Ramirez company Recorded on March, 24th 2016 at the Théâtre de la Ville, Paris Tommy Pascal, TV director.
18:44
Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra, Vasily Petrenko (conductor) Truls Mork (cello) Antonin Dvořák (1841 - 1904) Cello concerto in B minor, op. 104 Recorded at the Oslo Konserthus on October 6, 2016 TV Director Corentin Leconte.
20:30
Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse, Tugan Sokhiev (direction) Chour du Capitole, Alfonso Caiani (Chorus Master) Sophie Koch (mezzo-soprano) (Marguerite), Marc Laho (tenor) (Faust), John Relyea (bass) (Méphistophéles), Julien Veronese (baritone) (Brander) Hector Berlioz (1803 - 1869) La Damnation de Faust Légende dramatique in four parts Libretto by Hector Berlioz and Almire Gandonniere from Gérard de Nerval's translation of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's 'Faust' First performance in Paris, Opéra-Comique, 6 December 1846 Recorded at the Halle aux Grains, Toulouse, 22 February 2019 TV Director, Jean-Pierre Loisil.
22:47
Bennewitz Quartet Jakub Fišer (1st violin), Štěpán Ježek (2nd violin), Jiří Pinkas (viola), Štěpán Doležal (cello) Leoš Janáček (1854 - 1928) String quartet no 1 ''Kreutzer Sonata'' String quartet no 2 ''Intimate letters'' Recorded 24-28 August 2018 at the Tugendhat Villa, Brno, Czech Republic Directed by Petr Vejslik.
23:33
Jean Rondeau (harpsichord), Thomas Dunford (theorbo) Marin Marais (1656 - 1728) Robert de Visée (1650 - 1725) Henri d'Anglebert (1629 - 1691) Antoine Forqueray (1671 - 1745) Recorded at the Festival de Saintes, 22 July 2020.
00:43
Sophie Alour Exil(s) Sophie Alour (saxophone, flute, compositions) Mohamed Abozékry (oud) Donald Kontamanou (drums) Philippe Aerts (double bass) Damien Argentieri (piano) Wassim Halal (derbouka, bendir) Recorded on May 30, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve.
01:44
Shabaka and the Ancestors Shabaka Hutchings, saxophone, tenor Hutchings was born in 1984 in London. He moved to Barbados at the age of six, began studying classical clarinet aged nine and remained until sixteen. Shabaka's primary project is the group Sons of Kemet, which won the 2013 MOBO Award for Jazz Act of the Year. In June 2014 Shabaka was invited to join the Sun Ra Arkestra, performing with them and recording a session for BBC Radio 3. He has performed and recorded with Courtney Pine's Jazz Warriors, Mulatu Astatke and the Heliocentrics, Polar Bear and Soweto Kinch. Some of the many notable musicians he has shared the stage with include Jack DeJohnette, Charlie Haden and the Liberation Music Orchestra, Louis Moholo, Evan Parker, King Sunny Ade and Orlando Julius to name a few. Recorded on, 2017, June 29 at Gesu, Montreal Jazz Festival TV Director, Mathieu Mastin.
03:04
Portal & Cie, Ballard & Hays Michel Portal, clarinette, clarinet bass, saxophone soprano Jeff Ballard, drums Kevin Hays, piano Promises is the reunion of three stars of the international jazz scene: Michel Portal, an emblematic figure of improvised music in Europe, Jeff Ballard, an American drummer who played with the greatest (Ray Charles, Pat Metheny, Brad Meldhau) and pianist Kevin Hays whose pedigree is no less impressive (Sonny Rollins, Ron Carter). The three musicians explore the entire gamut of jazz, from traditional to modern, with new compositions and unbridled improvisation. Their Promises will be kept. Enregistré le 23 Mai 2017 au Théâtre Municipal de Coutances, Jazz sous les Pommiers Réalisateur, Thierry Villeneuve.
04:07
Henry Spencer & Juncture The Reasons Don't Change Henry Spencer, trumpet Nick Costley-White, guitar Matt Robinson, piano, Fender rhodes, Wurlitzer Andrew Robb, double bass David Ingamells, drums Award-winning trumpeter Henry Spencer's 'gleaming tone' (Jazzwise) lies at the core of an exciting young band playing out of the tradition with an invigorating c and attitude, whose debut album has been called 'one of the early contenders for album of the year' by All About Jazz. Recorded on November 10th 2017 at Rich Mix London Jazz Festival TV Director, Mathieu Mastin.
04:32
Anne Paceo (Circles) Anne Paceo, batterie, voice Leila Martial, voice Tony Paeleman, keyboard Christophe Panzani, saxophone From New-Orleans blues, pop experiments, to groove and hip-hop, jazz drummer Anne Paceo (winner of a Victoire du Jazz award in 2016) is up for all kinds of musical adventures. This concert illustrates her eclecticism, beginning with her album Circles, followed by Fables of Shwedagon, a new project involving a Burmese orchestra. The evening's opening act features Anne's quartet, with Christophe Panzani on saxophone, singer Leila Martial and Tony Paeleman on keyboards. Anne's compositions, full of emotion and energy, show she has now become a major figure on the French jazz scene. Recorded on May 27th 2017 at the Théâtre Municipal of Coutances, Jazz sous les Pommiers TV director, Thierry Villeneuve.
05:14
Gala Jazz at Monte Carlo Voice, Robin McKelle | Celia Kameni | Hugh Coltman | Thomas Dutronc | Sly Johnson | Charles Pasi : Drums, Manu Katche | Anne Paceo Bass, Thomas Bramerie Tenor Saxophone et Flute, Sophie Alour Trumpet, Airelle Besson Guitar, Rocky Gresset Piano & MD, Eric Legnini SET LIST Song for my father / Horace Silver Lovin'you / Minnie Ripperton At last / Harry Warren Is You Is Or Is You Ain't / Louis Jordan - Bill Austin Love Me or Leave Me / Walter Donaldson Georgia on my mind / Ray Charles Compared to what / Gene McDaniels For all we know / Fred Karlin Where is the love / Black Eyed Peas C'est si bon / Henri Betti & André Hornez Petite fleur / Sidney Bechet Plus je t'embrasse / Ben Ryan Papa Was a Rolling Stone / Norman Whitfield Work song / Nat Adderley Recorde at the Opera Garnier of Monte Carlo on December 1er & 3, 2020 Réalisation, Giuseppe de Vecchi.
06:07
InterMezzo
09:00
Borderline by Wang Ramirez
10:11
Les Siecles and François-Xavier Roth: Beethoven, Berlioz
11:09
InterMezzo
12:30
Lionel Bringuier and the Tonhalle Orchestra: Stravinsky and Dorman
13:44
Les pecheurs de perles by Bizet
15:39
InterMezzo
16:30
Dvořák's Rusalka at the Teatro Real de Madrid
19:23
Jean Rondeau, Thomas Dunford: Marais, de Visée, d'Anglebert, Forqueray
20:30
Isabelle Faust, Alexander Melnikov: Beethoven, Violin Sonatas no. 3, 4 & 5
21:33
Yuja Wang and Gautier Capuçon at the Philharmonie de Paris: Franck, Chopin
22:58
The Czech Philharmonic and Simon Rattle: Dvořák, Mahler
00:43
Anne Paceo (Circles) - Jazz sous les pommiers
01:24
Mark Guiliana Beat Music with Bigyuki - Festival International de Jazz de Montréal
02:37
Sophie Alour, Exil(s) - Jazz sous les pommiers
03:39
Richard Galliano: 50 years at Salle Gaveau
04:34
Shabaka and the Ancestors - Festival International de Jazz de Montréal
05:54
Anne Paceo (Circles) - Jazz sous les pommiers