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Gogo Penguin Chris Illingworth (piano) Nick Blacka (bass) Rob Turner (drum kit) Décidément, les Britanniques excellent lorsqu'il s'agit d'ouvrir le jazz au public pop ou électro. GoGo Penguin, dans un style cette fois-ci purement acoustique, prend la releve. Ces trois jeunes de Manchester, qui revendiquent ouvertement l'influence du pianiste Esbjörn Svensson, viennent de signer sur le prestigieux label Blue Note et défraient la chronique du côté des amateurs de jazz. La musique du trio est effectivement plus proche de la pop instrumentale que du bop ! Ritournelles mélodiques entetantes, rythmiques jungle, harmonie stagnante pour un effet ambiant, morceaux en forme de crescendos... Voici la recette du succes ! Recorded on September 7, 2016 at the Philharmonie de Paris, Jazz a la Villette TV Director, Samuel Thiebaut.
06:59
We Love Ella The Amazing Keystone Big Band Bastien Ballaz, Alois Benoit, Loic Bacheveillier, Sylvain Thomas (trombones) Jon Boutellier, Pierre Desassis, Kenny Jeanney, Eric Prost, Ghyslain Regard (saxophones) David Enhco, Thierry Sénéau, Vincent Labarre, Félicien Bouchot (trumpets) Fred Nardin (piano), François Thibaut (Guitar) Patrick Maradan (Double Bass) Romain Sarron (Drums) Guests Célia Kaméni (vocal) China Moses (vocal) Sarah McKenzie (vocal, piano) The Amazing Keystone Big Band loves Ella and pays more than a simple vibrant homage to she who loved big bands so much (she sang with those of Chick Weeb, Duke Ellington and Count Basie)and identified with the same vein as the one of the same name that the PBS Radio had ???? with Jon Faddis, James Moody, Lizz Wright, Patti Austin. The guest singer, Célia Kaméni, does not attempt either to compete with or to imitate, that would be impossible anyway, the first lady of song gets to grips with her world in order to sing it better. And it works perfectly, and it has to be said that the orchestra is absolutely irreproachable with its waves of intensity, its stresses, an expressive clarity which gives it a very lare range of expression. It's all there, the phrasing, the accents, the rhythm, the groove, the drive this swing, this je ne sais quoi between individual liberty and collective happiness, put simply...Jazz! Recorded on March 23, 2019 at the Salle Pleyel TV Director,Laurent Hasse.
07:52
Electro Deluxe James Copley, vocal Jérémie Coke, bass Gaël Cadoux, keyboards Thomas Faure, big band arrangements and tenor saxophone Arnaud Renaville, drums Vincent Payen, trumpet Bertrand Luzignant, trombone It is on stage that the overall effect of Electro Deluxe's music becomes clear. After two years on tour and 140 concerts across the globe, the Funk/Soul group will present at the Olympia an innovative show with the exceptional participation of 13 musicians from its BIG BAND. The prize-winning group of the Victoire du jazz (best group for the year 2017) are coming back to the mythical hall to play the rearranged repertoire of its latest album Circle Always on the move, Electro Deluxe shapes a music which is rich and brassy, an inimitable groove, a truly musical fever. At each concert the group make an impact and manage to surprise a public which is every time larger. Don't miss this opportunity ! Recorded on October 18, 2018 at Paris Olympia TV Director, Yvan Benedetti.
09:30
Ariane et Barbe-Bleue 'Conte' in three acts by Paul Dukas (1865 - 1935) Libretto by Maurice Maeterlinck First performance in Paris, Opéra Comique, 10 May 1907 Orchestre et Chours de l'Opéra de Lyon, Lothar Koenigs (Conductor) Alex Ollé (Stage direction) Alfons Flores (Sets), Urs Schönebaum (Lighting), Josep Abril Janer (Costumes) Katarina Karnéus (Ariane) Anaik Morel (Nurse) Adele Charvet (Sélysette) Hélene Carpentier (Mélisande) Tomislav Lavoie (Barbe-Bleue) Margot Genet (Ygraine) Amandine Ammirati (Bellangere) Caroline Michel (Alladine) Opéra National de Lyon, 20 March 2021 Directed by Vincent Massip.
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Renaud Capuçon, Alexandre Kantorow and Victor Julien-Laferriere Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840 – 1893) Trio in A Minor, Op. 50, In memory of a great artist Gstaad, Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad, 6 February 2021 Directed by Jean-Piere Loisil.
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Bomsori Kim (violin), Jean-Paul Gasparian (piano) Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 – 1827) Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 5 in F Major, Op. 24 Spring Johannes Brahms (1833 – 1897) Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 3 in D Minor, Op. 108 Karol Szymanowski (1882 – 1937) Nocturne and Tarantella Gstaad, Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad, 7 February 2021 Directed by Jean-Pierre Loisil.
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Cinderella Choreography, Jean-Christophe Maillot Music, Serge Prokofiev Scenography, Ernest Pignon-Ernest Costume, Jérôme Kaplan Lights, Dominique Drillot Bernice Coppieters, fairy/mother Chris Roelandt, father Aurélia Schaefer, Cinderella Francesco Nappa, prince Gioia Masala, mother in lax Agalie Vandamme, Francesca Dolci, sisters in law Jérôme Marchand, Gaëtan Morlotti, Superintendents of pleasure and the dancers from Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo TV Director, Jean-Christophe Maillot Recorded on 2007 at Monte Carlo, Salle Garnier.
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Romeo and Juliet Ballet in three acts by Sergei Prokofiev (1891 - 1953) Libretto by Sergei Prokofiev, Sergei Radlov and Adrian Piotrovsky after William Shakespeare's eponymous play The Ural Opera House ballet Vyacheslav Samodurov (Choreography) Anthony Mcilwaine (Sets), Irena Belousova (Costumes), Simon Bennison (Lights) Orchestra of the Ural Opera House Pavel Klinichev (Musical Direction) Ekaterina Sapogova (Juliet) Alexandr Merkushev (Romeo) Igor Bulytsyn (Mercutio) Gleb Sageev (Benvolio) Vadim Eremin (Tybalt) Victor Mekhanoshin (Lord Capulet) Elena Safonova (Lady Capulet) Nadezhda Shamshurina (Nurse) Rafaela Ernandes Morel (Rosaline) Andrei Veshkurgev (Rosaline's Suitor) Maxim Klekovkin (Paris) Ivan Sobrovin (Friar Laurence ) Anton Guzeev (The Duke) Sofiya Tyupa (The Duke's companion ) Live from the Ural Opera House, Yekaterinburg TV director, Denis Caiozzi.
20:30
Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich, Paavo Järvi (Conductor) Zürcher Sängerknaben, Damen der Zürcher Sing-Akademie Wiebke Lehmkuhl (Alto) Gustav Mahler (1860 – 1911) Symphony no. 3 in D minor Zurich, Tonhalle, 15 September 2021.
22:15
Jenufa (Her Stepdaughter) Opera in three acts by Leos Janacek (1854 - 1928) Libretto by Leos Janacek after Gabriela Preissova First performance in Brno, National Theatre, 21 January 1904 Staatskapelle Berlin, Staatsopernchor Berlin, Simon Rattle (Conductor) Damiano Michieletto (Stage Director) Carla Teti (Costumes), Paolo Fantin (Sets) Camilla Nylund (Jenufa) Evelyn Herlitzius (Kostelnicka Buryjovka) Stuart Skelton (Laca Klemen) Hanna Schwarz (Buryjovka) Ladislav Elgr (Steva Burya) Jan Martiník (Starek) David Oštrek (The Major) Natalia Skrycka (The Major's Wife) Evelin Novak (Karolka) Adriane Queiroz (Barena) Aytaj Shikhalizadev (The Shepperd) Victoria Randem (Jano) Anna Kissjudit (Tetka) Berlin, Staatsoper, 13 February 2021.
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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.
01:30
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London Symphony Orchestra, London Symphony Chorus, Kazushi Ono (conductor) Lucie Vagenknechtová (soprano), Lucie Hilscherová (alto), Aleš Briscein (tenor), Jan Martiník (bass) Leoš Janáček (1854 - 1928) Ballad of Blaník Antonín Dvořák (1841 - 1904) The Golden Spinning Wheel Leoš Janáček Glagolitic Mass (1927 version) Live from the Barbican Hall, London TV Director , François-René Martin.
03:26
London Symphony Orchestra, Simon Rattle (Conductor) Lucy Crowe (soprano), Allan Clayton (tenor) Oliver Knussen (1952 - 2018) Song & A Sea Interlude (from 'Where the Wild things' Mark Anthony Turnage (b. 1960) Last song for Olly (World Premiere) Benjamin Britten (1913 - 1976) Serenade for tenor, horn and strings Recorded at St Luke's, London, 9 September 2020.
04:37
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Faust, opera in five acts by Charles Gounod (1818-1893) Libretto by Jules Barbier and Michel Carré, based upon the play 'Faust et Marguerite' (1850) by Michel Carré and 'Faust' (1808) by Johann Wolfgang Goethe Fist performance in Paris, Théâtre Lyrique, 19 March 1859 Principal Chorus and Orchestra of the Teatro Real (Coro Intermezzo / Orquesta Sinfónica de Madrid), Dan Ettinger (Conductor) Andrés Máspero (Chorus Master) Alex Ollé (La Fura dels Baus) (Stage Direction) Alfons Flores (Set designer), Lluc Castells (Costume designer), Urs Schönebaum (Lighting designer) Piotr Beczala (Dr. Faust) Luca Pisaroni (Méphistophéles) Marina Rebeka (Marguerite) Stéphane Degout (Valentin) Isaac Galán (Wagner) Serena Malfi (Siébel) Sep) Sylvie Brunet-Grupposo (Marthe) Recorded at the Teatro Real, Madrid, on October 7, 2018 TV Director, Xavi Bové.
09:05
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09:30
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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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.
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Michel Dalberto (piano) Franz Schubert (1797 - 1828) Piano Sonata No.19 in C minor, D. 958 Piano Sonata No.21 in B flat major, D. 960 Gstaad, Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad, 5 February 2021 Directed by Jean-Pierre Loisil.
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London Symphony Orchestra, London Symphony Chorus, Sir Simon Rattle (conductor) Simon Halsey (chorus director) Iwona Sobotka (soprano), Anna Stéphany (mezzo-soprano), Robert Murray (tenor), Florian Boesch (baritone) Alban Berg (1885 - 1935) Lulu-Suite Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) Symphony no 9 in D minor, op. 125 'Choral' Live from the Barbican Hall, London.
16:05
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17:00
Gogo Penguin Chris Illingworth (piano) Nick Blacka (bass) Rob Turner (drum kit) Décidément, les Britanniques excellent lorsqu'il s'agit d'ouvrir le jazz au public pop ou électro. GoGo Penguin, dans un style cette fois-ci purement acoustique, prend la releve. Ces trois jeunes de Manchester, qui revendiquent ouvertement l'influence du pianiste Esbjörn Svensson, viennent de signer sur le prestigieux label Blue Note et défraient la chronique du côté des amateurs de jazz. La musique du trio est effectivement plus proche de la pop instrumentale que du bop ! Ritournelles mélodiques entetantes, rythmiques jungle, harmonie stagnante pour un effet ambiant, morceaux en forme de crescendos... Voici la recette du succes ! Recorded on September 7, 2016 at the Philharmonie de Paris, Jazz a la Villette TV Director, Samuel Thiebaut.
17:59
We Love Ella The Amazing Keystone Big Band Bastien Ballaz, Alois Benoit, Loic Bacheveillier, Sylvain Thomas (trombones) Jon Boutellier, Pierre Desassis, Kenny Jeanney, Eric Prost, Ghyslain Regard (saxophones) David Enhco, Thierry Sénéau, Vincent Labarre, Félicien Bouchot (trumpets) Fred Nardin (piano), François Thibaut (Guitar) Patrick Maradan (Double Bass) Romain Sarron (Drums) Guests Célia Kaméni (vocal) China Moses (vocal) Sarah McKenzie (vocal, piano) The Amazing Keystone Big Band loves Ella and pays more than a simple vibrant homage to she who loved big bands so much (she sang with those of Chick Weeb, Duke Ellington and Count Basie)and identified with the same vein as the one of the same name that the PBS Radio had ???? with Jon Faddis, James Moody, Lizz Wright, Patti Austin. The guest singer, Célia Kaméni, does not attempt either to compete with or to imitate, that would be impossible anyway, the first lady of song gets to grips with her world in order to sing it better. And it works perfectly, and it has to be said that the orchestra is absolutely irreproachable with its waves of intensity, its stresses, an expressive clarity which gives it a very lare range of expression. It's all there, the phrasing, the accents, the rhythm, the groove, the drive this swing, this je ne sais quoi between individual liberty and collective happiness, put simply...Jazz! Recorded on March 23, 2019 at the Salle Pleyel TV Director,Laurent Hasse.
18:52
Electro Deluxe James Copley, vocal Jérémie Coke, bass Gaël Cadoux, keyboards Thomas Faure, big band arrangements and tenor saxophone Arnaud Renaville, drums Vincent Payen, trumpet Bertrand Luzignant, trombone It is on stage that the overall effect of Electro Deluxe's music becomes clear. After two years on tour and 140 concerts across the globe, the Funk/Soul group will present at the Olympia an innovative show with the exceptional participation of 13 musicians from its BIG BAND. The prize-winning group of the Victoire du jazz (best group for the year 2017) are coming back to the mythical hall to play the rearranged repertoire of its latest album Circle Always on the move, Electro Deluxe shapes a music which is rich and brassy, an inimitable groove, a truly musical fever. At each concert the group make an impact and manage to surprise a public which is every time larger. Don't miss this opportunity ! Recorded on October 18, 2018 at Paris Olympia TV Director, Yvan Benedetti.
20:14
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21:00
Cinderella Choreography, Jean-Christophe Maillot Music, Serge Prokofiev Scenography, Ernest Pignon-Ernest Costume, Jérôme Kaplan Lights, Dominique Drillot Bernice Coppieters, fairy/mother Chris Roelandt, father Aurélia Schaefer, Cinderella Francesco Nappa, prince Gioia Masala, mother in lax Agalie Vandamme, Francesca Dolci, sisters in law Jérôme Marchand, Gaëtan Morlotti, Superintendents of pleasure and the dancers from Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo TV Director, Jean-Christophe Maillot Recorded on 2007 at Monte Carlo, Salle Garnier.
22:37
Romeo and Juliet Ballet in three acts by Sergei Prokofiev (1891 - 1953) Libretto by Sergei Prokofiev, Sergei Radlov and Adrian Piotrovsky after William Shakespeare's eponymous play The Ural Opera House ballet Vyacheslav Samodurov (Choreography) Anthony Mcilwaine (Sets), Irena Belousova (Costumes), Simon Bennison (Lights) Orchestra of the Ural Opera House Pavel Klinichev (Musical Direction) Ekaterina Sapogova (Juliet) Alexandr Merkushev (Romeo) Igor Bulytsyn (Mercutio) Gleb Sageev (Benvolio) Vadim Eremin (Tybalt) Victor Mekhanoshin (Lord Capulet) Elena Safonova (Lady Capulet) Nadezhda Shamshurina (Nurse) Rafaela Ernandes Morel (Rosaline) Andrei Veshkurgev (Rosaline's Suitor) Maxim Klekovkin (Paris) Ivan Sobrovin (Friar Laurence ) Anton Guzeev (The Duke) Sofiya Tyupa (The Duke's companion ) Live from the Ural Opera House, Yekaterinburg TV director, Denis Caiozzi.
00:39
Richard Galliano & the National Orchestra of the Polish Radio Richard Galliano, Accordeon Adam Sztaba (Conductor) Astor Piazzolla Concerto in three movements Aconcagua for bandoneon, strings, harp and percussions Richard Galliano Concerto for accordeon and orchestra, Madreperla Aconcagua (Astor Piazzolla) I Allegro marcato II Moderato III Presto First audiovisual recording of this piece. Madreperla (Richard Galliano) I First movement : Tango Ostinato dedicated to Astor Piazzolla II Second Movement : Melancolic Ballade / To the memory of Toots Thielemans III Third Movement : Caribbean Mazurka / Dedicated to the memory of Eddy Louiss Recorded on March 1st, 2020 at the NOSPR Concert Hall, Katowice, Bielska Zadymka Jazzowa festival TV Director, Samuel Thiebaut.
01:24
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Gogo Penguin Chris Illingworth (piano) Nick Blacka (bass) Rob Turner (drum kit) Décidément, les Britanniques excellent lorsqu'il s'agit d'ouvrir le jazz au public pop ou électro. GoGo Penguin, dans un style cette fois-ci purement acoustique, prend la releve. Ces trois jeunes de Manchester, qui revendiquent ouvertement l'influence du pianiste Esbjörn Svensson, viennent de signer sur le prestigieux label Blue Note et défraient la chronique du côté des amateurs de jazz. La musique du trio est effectivement plus proche de la pop instrumentale que du bop ! Ritournelles mélodiques entetantes, rythmiques jungle, harmonie stagnante pour un effet ambiant, morceaux en forme de crescendos... Voici la recette du succes ! Recorded on September 7, 2016 at the Philharmonie de Paris, Jazz a la Villette TV Director, Samuel Thiebaut.
02:59
We Love Ella The Amazing Keystone Big Band Bastien Ballaz, Alois Benoit, Loic Bacheveillier, Sylvain Thomas (trombones) Jon Boutellier, Pierre Desassis, Kenny Jeanney, Eric Prost, Ghyslain Regard (saxophones) David Enhco, Thierry Sénéau, Vincent Labarre, Félicien Bouchot (trumpets) Fred Nardin (piano), François Thibaut (Guitar) Patrick Maradan (Double Bass) Romain Sarron (Drums) Guests Célia Kaméni (vocal) China Moses (vocal) Sarah McKenzie (vocal, piano) The Amazing Keystone Big Band loves Ella and pays more than a simple vibrant homage to she who loved big bands so much (she sang with those of Chick Weeb, Duke Ellington and Count Basie)and identified with the same vein as the one of the same name that the PBS Radio had ???? with Jon Faddis, James Moody, Lizz Wright, Patti Austin. The guest singer, Célia Kaméni, does not attempt either to compete with or to imitate, that would be impossible anyway, the first lady of song gets to grips with her world in order to sing it better. And it works perfectly, and it has to be said that the orchestra is absolutely irreproachable with its waves of intensity, its stresses, an expressive clarity which gives it a very lare range of expression. It's all there, the phrasing, the accents, the rhythm, the groove, the drive this swing, this je ne sais quoi between individual liberty and collective happiness, put simply...Jazz! Recorded on March 23, 2019 at the Salle Pleyel TV Director,Laurent Hasse.
03:52
Electro Deluxe James Copley, vocal Jérémie Coke, bass Gaël Cadoux, keyboards Thomas Faure, big band arrangements and tenor saxophone Arnaud Renaville, drums Vincent Payen, trumpet Bertrand Luzignant, trombone It is on stage that the overall effect of Electro Deluxe's music becomes clear. After two years on tour and 140 concerts across the globe, the Funk/Soul group will present at the Olympia an innovative show with the exceptional participation of 13 musicians from its BIG BAND. The prize-winning group of the Victoire du jazz (best group for the year 2017) are coming back to the mythical hall to play the rearranged repertoire of its latest album Circle Always on the move, Electro Deluxe shapes a music which is rich and brassy, an inimitable groove, a truly musical fever. At each concert the group make an impact and manage to surprise a public which is every time larger. Don't miss this opportunity ! Recorded on October 18, 2018 at Paris Olympia TV Director, Yvan Benedetti.
05:14
InterMezzo
06:00
Michel Dalberto (piano) Franz Schubert (1797 - 1828) Piano Sonata No.19 in C minor, D. 958 Piano Sonata No.21 in B flat major, D. 960 Gstaad, Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad, 5 February 2021 Directed by Jean-Pierre Loisil.
07:15
London Symphony Orchestra, London Symphony Chorus, Sir Simon Rattle (conductor) Simon Halsey (chorus director) Iwona Sobotka (soprano), Anna Stéphany (mezzo-soprano), Robert Murray (tenor), Florian Boesch (baritone) Alban Berg (1885 - 1935) Lulu-Suite Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) Symphony no 9 in D minor, op. 125 'Choral' Live from the Barbican Hall, London.
09:30
Cinderella Choreography, Jean-Christophe Maillot Music, Serge Prokofiev Scenography, Ernest Pignon-Ernest Costume, Jérôme Kaplan Lights, Dominique Drillot Bernice Coppieters, fairy/mother Chris Roelandt, father Aurélia Schaefer, Cinderella Francesco Nappa, prince Gioia Masala, mother in lax Agalie Vandamme, Francesca Dolci, sisters in law Jérôme Marchand, Gaëtan Morlotti, Superintendents of pleasure and the dancers from Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo TV Director, Jean-Christophe Maillot Recorded on 2007 at Monte Carlo, Salle Garnier.
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Romeo and Juliet Ballet in three acts by Sergei Prokofiev (1891 - 1953) Libretto by Sergei Prokofiev, Sergei Radlov and Adrian Piotrovsky after William Shakespeare's eponymous play The Ural Opera House ballet Vyacheslav Samodurov (Choreography) Anthony Mcilwaine (Sets), Irena Belousova (Costumes), Simon Bennison (Lights) Orchestra of the Ural Opera House Pavel Klinichev (Musical Direction) Ekaterina Sapogova (Juliet) Alexandr Merkushev (Romeo) Igor Bulytsyn (Mercutio) Gleb Sageev (Benvolio) Vadim Eremin (Tybalt) Victor Mekhanoshin (Lord Capulet) Elena Safonova (Lady Capulet) Nadezhda Shamshurina (Nurse) Rafaela Ernandes Morel (Rosaline) Andrei Veshkurgev (Rosaline's Suitor) Maxim Klekovkin (Paris) Ivan Sobrovin (Friar Laurence ) Anton Guzeev (The Duke) Sofiya Tyupa (The Duke's companion ) Live from the Ural Opera House, Yekaterinburg TV director, Denis Caiozzi.
13:05
Simon Rattle (conductor) London Symphony Orchestra, London Symphony Chorus, Tiffin Choirs, Philip Cobb (trumpet), Gábor Tarkövi (trumpet), Elizabeth Watts (soprano), Alice Coote (mezzo-soprano), Allan Clayton (tenor) Simon Halsey (chorus director) Harrison Birtwistle (b. 1934) Fanfare (world premiere) Gustav Holst (1874 - 1934) Egdon Heath Mark-Anthony Turnage (b. 1960) Dispelling the Fears Benjamin Britten (1913 - 1976) Spring Symphony Recorded at the Barbican Hall, London, on September 16, 2018 TV Director, François-René Martin.
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London Symphony Orchestra, Michael Tilson Thomas (conductor) Yuja Wang (piano) Edvard Grieg (1843 - 1907) The Last Spring Op. 34 No. 2 Sergei Rachmaninov (1873 - 1943) Piano Concerto No 2 in E Minor Op. 27 Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) Symphony No 5 in C minor Op. 67 London, Barbican Hall, 27 May 2021.
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Jenufa (Her Stepdaughter) Opera in three acts by Leos Janacek (1854 - 1928) Libretto by Leos Janacek after Gabriela Preissova First performance in Brno, National Theatre, 21 January 1904 Staatskapelle Berlin, Staatsopernchor Berlin, Simon Rattle (Conductor) Damiano Michieletto (Stage Director) Carla Teti (Costumes), Paolo Fantin (Sets) Camilla Nylund (Jenufa) Evelyn Herlitzius (Kostelnicka Buryjovka) Stuart Skelton (Laca Klemen) Hanna Schwarz (Buryjovka) Ladislav Elgr (Steva Burya) Jan Martiník (Starek) David Oštrek (The Major) Natalia Skrycka (The Major's Wife) Evelin Novak (Karolka) Adriane Queiroz (Barena) Aytaj Shikhalizadev (The Shepperd) Victoria Randem (Jano) Anna Kissjudit (Tetka) Berlin, Staatsoper, 13 February 2021.
19:15
InterMezzo
21:00
Renaud Capuçon, Alexandre Kantorow and Victor Julien-Laferriere Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840 – 1893) Trio in A Minor, Op. 50, In memory of a great artist Gstaad, Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad, 6 February 2021 Directed by Jean-Piere Loisil.
21:45
Bomsori Kim (violin), Jean-Paul Gasparian (piano) Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 – 1827) Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 5 in F Major, Op. 24 Spring Johannes Brahms (1833 – 1897) Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 3 in D Minor, Op. 108 Karol Szymanowski (1882 – 1937) Nocturne and Tarantella Gstaad, Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad, 7 February 2021 Directed by Jean-Pierre Loisil.
22:55
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Gilberto Gil Gilberto Gil guitar, voice Thiagô Queiroz saxophone, flute Diogo Gomes trumpet, bugle Bem Gil musical director , guitar, voice Danilo Andrade keyboard, piano Bruno Di Lullo bass Jose Gil batterie, percussion Domenico Lancellotti drums, percussion Nara Gil voice, chorus Guitarist, singer and composer, emblematic figure of Brazilian music, Gilberto Passos Gil Moreira, known as Gilberto Gil, began as a bossa nova singer, but above all made a name for himself by composing and performing with his friend Caetano Veloso, songs focusing on politics and social engagement. Made famous by his participation in the 1960's, in the Tropicalist Movement, he was imprisoned, and forced into exile by the military regime established in 1964. Once back in Brazil, he went into politics whilst continuing his artistic career. Municipal Councilor in Salvador de Bahia he then became Minister of culture for the government of Lula da Silva. His return to Marciac where he presented his latest album marked the apotheosis of an evening entirely devoted to popular Brazilian music. From muted sambas to classy bossas, they are part of popular Brazilian music that the musician in his seventies has always stood up for. An accessible, captivating, natural music which from the first notes already appears to be familiar to us. Recorded on August 05, 2019 at Jazz in Marciac TV Director,.
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02:00
Cinderella Choreography, Jean-Christophe Maillot Music, Serge Prokofiev Scenography, Ernest Pignon-Ernest Costume, Jérôme Kaplan Lights, Dominique Drillot Bernice Coppieters, fairy/mother Chris Roelandt, father Aurélia Schaefer, Cinderella Francesco Nappa, prince Gioia Masala, mother in lax Agalie Vandamme, Francesca Dolci, sisters in law Jérôme Marchand, Gaëtan Morlotti, Superintendents of pleasure and the dancers from Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo TV Director, Jean-Christophe Maillot Recorded on 2007 at Monte Carlo, Salle Garnier.
03:37
Romeo and Juliet Ballet in three acts by Sergei Prokofiev (1891 - 1953) Libretto by Sergei Prokofiev, Sergei Radlov and Adrian Piotrovsky after William Shakespeare's eponymous play The Ural Opera House ballet Vyacheslav Samodurov (Choreography) Anthony Mcilwaine (Sets), Irena Belousova (Costumes), Simon Bennison (Lights) Orchestra of the Ural Opera House Pavel Klinichev (Musical Direction) Ekaterina Sapogova (Juliet) Alexandr Merkushev (Romeo) Igor Bulytsyn (Mercutio) Gleb Sageev (Benvolio) Vadim Eremin (Tybalt) Victor Mekhanoshin (Lord Capulet) Elena Safonova (Lady Capulet) Nadezhda Shamshurina (Nurse) Rafaela Ernandes Morel (Rosaline) Andrei Veshkurgev (Rosaline's Suitor) Maxim Klekovkin (Paris) Ivan Sobrovin (Friar Laurence ) Anton Guzeev (The Duke) Sofiya Tyupa (The Duke's companion ) Live from the Ural Opera House, Yekaterinburg TV director, Denis Caiozzi.