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Der Freischütz by Weber at la Scala, Milan
Der Freischütz, opera in three acts by Carl Maria von Weber (1786 - 1826) Libretto by Friedrich Kind First performance in Berlin, Schauspielhaus, 18 June 1821 Teatro alla Scala Chorus and Orchestra, Myung-Whun Chung (Conductor) Matthias Hartmann (Stage Director) Raimund Voigt (Sets), Marco Filibeck (Lights), Michael Küster (Dramaturgy), Susanne Bisovsky, Josef Gerger (Costumes) Julia Kleiter (Agathe) Michael König (Max) Günther Groissböck (Kaspar) Michael Kraus (Ottokar) Eva Liebau (Äennchen) Franck van Hove (Kuno) Stephen Milling (Ein Eremit) Till Von Orlowsky (Kilian) Recorded on October 17, 2017 at the Teatro alla Scala, Milano TV Director, Jean-Pierre Loisil.
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Orchestre Philharmonique de Liège and Gergely Madaras: Boesmans, Ravel
Orchestre Philharmonique Royal de Liège, Gergely Madaras (Conductor) Chœur de Radio France David Kadouch (piano) Philippe Boesmans (b. 1936) Fin de nuit, for piano and orchestra Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Daphnis et Chloé Recorded in Liège, Salle Philharmonique, 27 & 28 February 2019 Directed by Arnaud Lalanne .
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Tempo Madaras
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Philippe Herreweghe conducts Bach at the Concertgebouw Brugge
Collegium Vocale Gent, Philippe Herreweghe (Conductor) Dorothee Mields (soprano), Alex Potter (countertenor), Thomas Hobbs (tenor), Peter Kooij (bass) Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750) Orchestral Suite No.4 in D major BWV 1069 Gott der Herr ist Sonn und Schild, BWV79 Missa brevis in G major BWV236 Recorded on 20 January 2017 at the au Concertgebouw Brugge .
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Nevermind plays Telemann
Ensemble Nevermind Anna Besson (flute), Louis Creac'h (violin), Robin Pharo (viola da gambe), Jean Rondeau (harpsichord) Georg Philipp Telemann Quatuors parisiens - Concerto no 1 in G major Nouveaux quatuors parisiens - Quatuors no 4 & 6 Zwanzig Kleine Fugen - Fugue no 14 Quatrième livre de quatuors - Sonata no 2 in F major Recorded on November 8, 2017 at the Salle Cortot, Paris Directed by Samuel Thiebaut .
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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, Azerbaïdjan on April 11 & 12, 2019 TV Director, Vincent Massip.
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Svetlana Zakharova, The Divine
Svetlana Zakharova, The Divine Shot in the Bolshoi Theater before its reconstruction, this film is a behind-the-scenes account of principal dancer Svetlana Zakharova. We follow her in rehearsal for Sleeping Beauty with coach Ludmilla Semeniaka and on stage as she performs in The Dying Swan (Michael Fokine), Don Quixote (Marius Petipa) , La Bayadère (Marius Petipa), Giselle (JeanCoralli et Jules Perrot), Swan Lake (Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov) , The Sleeping Beauty (Marius Petipa), Scheherazade (Michael Fokine) and Middle Duet (Alexeï Ratmansky). This director's cut of 'Tsarina of the Dance' reveals the passions, agonies and joys of a prima ballerina at the height of her career. Text extract form Jean Blot's book ''Le soleil se couche à l'est'' (The sun set in the East) Choreographies extracts from : Dying Swan (Michael Fokine), Don Quixote (Marius Petipa) , La Bayadère (Marius Petipa), Giselle (JeanCoralli et Jules Perrot), Swan Lake (Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov) , The Sleeping Beauty (Marius Petipa), Scheherazade (Michael Fokine) and Middle Duet (Alexeï Ratmansky) With : Svetlana Zakharova, Farukh Ruzimatov, Andreï Uvarov, Andreï Merkuriev, NikolaÏ Tsiskaridze and the dancers from the Bolshoi and from the Mariinsky Theaters. Music from : Zemfira, Camille St Saens, Ludwig Minkus, Adolphe Adam, Piotr Illich Tchaikosky, NikolaÏ Rimsky-Korsakov, Yuri Khanon, And : Ekaterina Belyaeva (Dance Critic), Iaroslav Svedov (Dance Historian and Critic), Yuri Grigorovitch (former Bolshoi Artistic Director & Director of Krasnodar Ballet), Natalia Bessmertonova (former Bolshoi Ballerina), Ludmilla Semeniaka (former Ballerina and coach) Recorded in 2016, Moscow and St Petersburg TV Director, Laurent Gentot .
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Chris Potter Trio featuring James Francies & Eric Harland - Jazz à Porquerolles
Circuits Chris Potter Trio Feat James Francies & Eric Harland Chris Potter, sax Eric Harland, drums James Francies, keyboard After twenty years of a brilliant career, Chris Potter is now established as one of the best saxophonists on the jazz scene. A master of chiaroscuro, as well as the most lyrical, even epic modes, he encompasses the whole palette of contemporary jazz. Supported by world-class sidemen, this singular voice in a new generation of tenor saxophonists takes us on a voyage to the farthest horizons. Recorded on 2017, July 06th at the Jazz Festival in Porquerolles TV Director, Yvan Schreck .
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Kyle Eastwood - Jazz in Marciac
Kyle Eastwood @ Jazz in Marciac Stefano Di Battista saxophone Brandon Allen saxophone Quentin Collins trompet Andrew Mc Cormack piano Kyle Eastwood doublebass Chris Higginbottom drums Recorded on August 5th 2016 at Jazz in Marciac, Chapiteau TV director, Jean-Marc Birraux .
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Con Brio - Jazz à Vienne
Con Brio Ziek McCarter, vocal Brendan Liu, trumpet Marcus Stephens, saxopone Benjamin Andrews, guitar Patrick Glynn, keyboard Jonathan Kirchner, bass Andrew Laubacher, percussion Seven musicians formed Con Brio in 2003 with the same passion for the Bay Area's signature funk and psychedelic soul. San Francisco is where Sly and The Family Stone, Tower Of Power, The Headhunters and Darondo flourished. Con Brio produced their first EP, Kiss The Sun, in 2015 and are already famous on the West Coast for their electric concerts and Ziek McCarter's velvety vocals. After touring the US and Europe alongside veterans Galactic and Fishbone, the Californians headed to the studio to put their buzzing live energy on record in 2016. The result is called Paradise, an album in which 'We tried to create a narrative arc in the same way as we link tracks when we play live,' says McCarter. Con Brio has set the stages at the top US festivals Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza and Summerfest on fire. A good omen. Recorded on 2017, July 13th at the Jazz Festival in Vienne TV Director, Nicolas Micha .
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China Moses - Alfa Jazz Fest
China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Alfa Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg .
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Chucho Valdés Quartet - Alfa Jazz Fest
Chucho Valdés Quartet Chucho Valdés, piano Yelsy Heredia, bass Georvis Pico Milian, drums Pedro Pablo Rodríguez, percussion Chucho Valdés is a Cuban pianist, composer and arranger, a six-time Grammy Award winner and a three-time Latin Grammy Award winner, and one of the most influential Afro-Cuban musicians in history. His father, the famous Cuban pianist and bandleader Ramon 'Bebo' Valdés, was his first teacher. At the age of 3, little Chucho was already playing melodies he heard on the radio by ear with both hands in all kinds of tones. Chucho played in the famous Cuban band Irakere (1973-2005). He was also the band's founder, composer and arranger. Irakere combined traditional Afro-Cuban music, jazz, rock and classical music. Tribute to Irakere: Live at Marciac, dedicated to Irakere's 40th anniversary, won a Grammy Award as the best Latin jazz album of 2016. Chucho plays on tour and also gives music lessons. He recorded a duet with his father, Bebo, 'Juntos Para Siempre' (Grammy Award winner), and an album called Chucho's Steps, where he presented his new band, Afro-Cuban Messengers. Herbie Hancock believes Chucho is one of the most important figures in the world of Latin and piano jazz. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Alfa Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg .
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Emile Parisien, Vincent Peirani - 'File under Zawinul' - Jazz à Vienne
Emile Parisien et Vincent Peirani File under Zawinul Emile Parisien, Saxophone soprano Vincent Peirani, Accordion Manu Codjia, Guitar Paco Séry,Drums Linley Marthe, Bass Mino Cinelu, Percussion Aziz Samahoui, Vocal, percussion Tony Paeleman, Fender Rhodes 2017 is the 10th anniversary of Joe Zawinul's death, the high priest of jazz keyboardists. A fitting and powerful tribute to him comes from saxophonist Emile Parisien and partner in crime Vincent Peirani on the accordion. The two Frenchmen have brought their fellow Austrian 'groove' explorers on board: Paco Sery and Linley Marthe, respectively drummer and bassist in the Zawinul Syndicate (his last group) and West Indian percussionist Mino Cinelu who performed on the last albums for the game-changing Weather Report. The idea behind the File Under Zawinul project came from saxophonist Emile Parisien's time with the Syndicate, a band formed in tribute to the Viennese pianist. Parisien met the vibrant guitarist Manu Codjia and sound architect Tony Paeleman on his Fender Rhodes at the Syndicate who are both to join File Under Zawinul. The Moroccan singer and percussionist Aziz Samahoui who performed with Joe for over 10 years will also be part of the international all-star Zawinul line-up. Recorded on 2017, July 04th at the Jazz Festival in Vienne TV Director, Fabien Raymond .

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