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Roberto Fonseca - Jazz in Marciac
Roberto Fonseca Roberto Fonseca piano, claviers Joe Lovano saxophone Yandy Martinez contrebasse, basse Ruly Herrera batterie Andres Coayo Batista percussions Omara Portuondo voix Mayra Andrade voix Rossio Jimenez Blanco chœur Like all musicians born in Cuba and having grown-up in Havana, Roberto Fonseca came out of school ready for work. This multi-disciplinary aptitude enabled numerous projects and encounters. His contribution to Latin music was to have extended his roots into contemporary expression, often with instrumentation closer to that of modern jazz, and this, whilst not losing one ounce of poetry. Because it really is this capacity to make his public dream which characterises this composer/singer/arranger that his female admirers recognise from afar because of the hat which never leaves him and close up by the harmonious lines of his face. Adding on successes in Marciac like so many pearls on his musical necklace, Roberto Fonseca could almost stake claim to having the status of an event organiser. Using ingredients which guarantee his artistic longevity in the domain of Afrocubanism, he put on stage a new group of which the guests are Omara Portuondo, Mayra Andrade, Joe Lovano and an orchestra of pupils from the conservatoires of the Occitanie Region, conducted by Jean-Pierre Peyrebelle. Enregistré le 06 août 2019 à Jazz in Marciac Réalisateur, .
09:30 
Jazz legends - Modern Jazz Quartet II
Modern Jazz Quartet II Avec John Lewis (piano) Kilt Jackson (vibraphone) Percy Heath (basse) Connie Kay (batterie) Playlist - 'Lonely woman' d'Ornette Coleman - 'Animal dance final' de John Lewis - 'Columbine' de John Lewis - 'Concorde' de John Levis - 'Bags groove' de Milt Jackson Recorded on1963 at the Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels TV Director, Serge Leroy.
10:00 
Didier Lockwood Quartet - Jazz in Marciac
Didier Lockwood Quartet featuring André Ceccarelli, Sylvain Luc & Diego Imbert Didier Lockwood (violin), Sylvain Luc (guitare), André Ceccarelli (drums), Diego Imbert (bass) Recorded on August 8th 2017 at Jazz in Marciac TV Director, Jean-Marc Birraux .
11:06 
InterMezzo
12:30 
I Puritani by Bellini at th Opéra Royal de Wallonie-Liège
I Puritani Melodramma serio in three acts by Vincenzo Bellini (1801 - 1835) Libretto by Carlo Pepoli First performance in Paris, Théatre Italien, 24 January 1835 Orchestre et choeurs de l'Opéra Royal de Wallonie-Liège, Speranza Scappucci (Conductor) Pierre Iodice (Chorus Master) Vincent Boussard (Stage Direction) Johannes Leiacker (sets), Christian Lacroix (costumes), Joachim Klein (lighting), Isabel Robson (video) Lawrence Brownlee (Lord Arturo Talbot) Zuzana Marková (Elvira) Mario Cassi (Sir Riccardo Forth) Marco Spotti (Sir Giorgio) Alexise Yerna (Enrichetta) Zeno Popescu (Sir Bruno Roberton) Recorded at the Opéra Royal de Wallonie-Liège, 20 & 22 June 2019 TV Director, Arnaud Lalanne.
15:42 
InterMezzo
16:30 
Romeo and Juliet, by Julien Lestel - Opéra de Marseille
Romeo and Juliet Choreographie, Julien Lestel Julien Lestel ballet Music, Serguei Prokofiev Lights, Vo Ammy Vamatapako Costume, Patrick Murru Video, Christoph Guillermet With Fanny FIAT, Maria Stefania DI RENZO, Aurora LICITRA, Julie ASI, Mara WHITTINGTON, Caroline LEMIERE, Julien LESTEL, Gilles PORTE, Nicolas NOEL, Marco VESPRINI, Ivan JULLIARD, Emmanuel FRANVAL TV Director, Sonia Paramo Recorded at the Opéra de Marseille on April 05 2014 .
18:00 
Puccini choreography by Julien Lestel - Opera of Marseille
PUCCINI Choreography by Julien LESTEL Music by G. Puccini Lights, Lo Ammy VAIMATAPAKO Costume and scenography, Patrick MURRU With the dancers from Julien Lestel company A tribute to Puccini Recorded on November 23rd 2014 at the Opera of Marseille TV Director, Patrick Lauze .
19:08 
InterMezzo
20:30 
Concerto Budapest Symphony Orchestra & Kremerata Baltica: Mahler, Schnittke, Weinberg
Concerto Budapest Symphony Orchestra, Kremerata Baltica, András Keller (Conductor) Gidon Kremer (violin) Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphony No. 5 - Adagietto Alfred Schnittke (1934- 1998) Violin Concerto No. 3 Mieczyslaw Weinberg (1919 - 1996) Symphony No. 21, Op. 152 'Kaddish' Recorded on 4 December 2019 at the Müpa National Concert Hall, Budapest .
22:00 
Ermonela Jaho and Charles Castronovo - Paris Mezzo Festival
Orchestre National d'Ile de France, Marco Zambelli (Conductor) Ermonela Jaho (soprano), Charles Castronovo (tenor) Jules Massenet (1842 - 1912) Phèdre Overture ''Qu'il est loin mon pays'' (Charles Castronovo) ''Pendant un an je fus ta femme'' (Ermonela Jaho) Werther ''Traduire. Pourquoi me réveiller'' (Charles Castronovo) Thaïs ''Ah h Je suis seule enfini Dis moi que je suis belle'' (Ermonela Jaho) Méditation Pietro Mascagni (1863 - 1945) Guglielmo Ratcliff Intermezzo Francesco Cilea (1866 - 1950) Adriana Lecouvreur '' Io son l'umile ancella'' (Ermonela Jaho) Pietro Mascagni L'Amico Fritz ''Ed anche Beppe amo'' (Charles Castronovo) Giacomo Puccini (1858 - 1924) Manon Lescaut ''Sola, perduta, abbandonata'' (Ermonela Jaho) Francesco Cilea L'Arlesiana ''E la solita storia del pastore'' (Charles Castronovo) Giacomo Puccini Manon Lescaut Intermezzo La Rondine Last scene Recorded on June 7th, 2016 at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris TV director, Don Kent n.
23:46 (00:16)
Archie Shepp All star 'Tribute to John Coltrane'
Archie Shepp, musical direction, saxophones Ambrose Akinmusire, trumpet Jason Moran, piano Richard Davis, double bass Billy Hart, drums With guests: Marion Rampal, voice Izidor Leitinger, trumpet Sébastien Llado, trombone Jean-Philippe Scali, baritone saxophone Playlist Naima - John Coltrane - Arranged by Izidor Leitinger Cousin Mary - John Coltrane - Arranged by Izidor Leitinger Blasé - Archie Shepp Prelude to a Kiss - Duke Ellington Los Olvidados - Archie Shepp In 1960, Archie Shepp attended a concert by John Coltrane at the Five Spot, the mythical club on the Lower East Side. Totally fascinated, he decided to pick up the tenor saxophone. Five years later, Shepp - already a reference in the world of free jazz - recorded alongside his hero. The resulting album, 'Ascension', was released in 1966, and remains today one of the great monuments of free improvisation. To celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of Coltrane's death - at the age of forty - the most Parisian representative of the New York avant-garde pays tribute to the brilliant composer of 'A Love Supreme', with a Franco-American all-star band not unlike that which recorded the revolutionary 'Ascension'. A giant of jazz pays tribute to one of his gods. Recorded on September 3rd 2016 at the Grande Halle of la Villette TV Director, Frank Cassentit.
00:30 
Panorama circus feat. Logan Richardson & Médéric Collignon - Jazz à Porquerolles
Panorama circus feat. Logan Richardson Logan Richardson, sax Jean-François Blanco, machine Mathieu Jerome, piano Blaise Chevallier, double bass David Aknin, drums François Olivier, videographer Panorama Circus is the brain-child of Matthieu Jérôme and Jean-François Blanco. The first shares his interest between jazz, afrobeat, funk, pop and hip-hop, while the second is a sound alchemist with a passion for electro. On the stage of Fort Sainte-Agathe, they invite American Logan Richardson. A voyage through several dimensions, improvised or composed, but always melodic and free. Recorded on 2017, July 07th at the Jazz Festival in Porquerolles TV Director, Yvan Schreck .
01:32 
Roberto Negro DADADA with Emile Parisien and Michele Rabbia - Europa Jazz
Roberto Negro, piano Emile Parisien, saxophone Michèle Rabbia, drums (Dadada) The pianist and composer Roberto Negro presents his new trio Dadada, with Emile Parisien and Michele Rabbia. With its nocturnal and fantasy themes with imperceptible fluctuations and a certain penchant for surprises, the trio's music is fascinating because of its play on timbres, mysterious tonalities and its use of subtle electronic effects. A miraculously inhabited saxophone.A beautifully detailed piano.A sensually choreographed drum set.When Negro leaves for an excursion without satelite beacons, the musique is filled with stars and poetry. Recorded on May 5, 2017 at the Epau Abbey, Europa Jazz Festival TV director, Josselin Carré .
02:05 
nOx.3 - Jazz à Vienne
nOx. 3 Jazz à Vienne 2016 With Rémi Fox, saxophone & FX Matthieu Naulleau, piano & FX Nicolas Fox, drums Recorded on July, 13th 2016 at the Théâtre Antique TV direction by Eric Michaud.
02:56 
Princess, S.Olivia, S. Abbuehl & E. Perraud - Jazz à Porquerolles
Princess Stephan Olivia, piano Susanne Abbuehl, voices Edward Perraud, percussion In the footsteps of Jimmy Giuffre and a new art of the trio, these musicians explore all kinds of expressive possibilities, and remind us that the human voice is first and foremost an instrument. Reaching beyond the confines of jazz, 'Princess ' presents a style of singing as free as the ether and explores the infinite. Recorded on 2017, July 07th at the Festival Jazz in Porquerolles TV Director, Frank Cassenti .
03:55 
Jazz legends - Modern Jazz Quartet II
Modern Jazz Quartet II Avec John Lewis (piano) Kilt Jackson (vibraphone) Percy Heath (basse) Connie Kay (batterie) Playlist - 'Lonely woman' d'Ornette Coleman - 'Animal dance final' de John Lewis - 'Columbine' de John Lewis - 'Concorde' de John Levis - 'Bags groove' de Milt Jackson Recorded on1963 at the Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels TV Director, Serge Leroy.
04:25 
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 .
05:18 (06:10)
Boubacar Traoré at the Paris Jazz Festival
Boubacar Traoré live at the Paris Jazz Festival Boubacar Traoré guitar, vocal Vincent Bucher, harmonica Babah Koné, calabash TV director, Stéphane Jourdain Recorded on July 11th 2015 at the Parc Floral de Vincennes.

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