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08:30 
Madama Butterfly by Puccini at the Royal Opera House
Madama Butterfly Tragedia giapponese by Giacomo Puccini (1858 - 1924) Libretto by Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica after David Belasco's play 'Madame Butterfly' First performance in Milan, Teatro alla Scala, 17 February 1904 Orchestra and Chorus of the Royal Opera House, Antonio Pappano (Conductor) Moshe Leiser, Patrice Caurier (Stage Direction) Christian Fenouillat (Sets), Agostino Cavalca (Costumes) Ermonela Jaho (Cio-Cio-San) Marcelo Puente (Pinkerton) Scott Hendricks (Sharpless) Carlo Bosi (Goro) Elizabeth DeShong (Suzuki) Jeremy White (Bonze) Emily Edmonds (Kate Pinkerton) Gyula Nagy (Imperial Commissioner) Yuriy Yurchuk (Prince Yamadori) Recorded at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London, 2017 Directed by Matthew Woodward .
10:50 
The Tatarstan Symphony Orchestra plays Scriabin, Prokofiev, Rachmaninov and Tchaikovsky
Tatarstan National Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Sladkovsky (conductor) Piotr Ilych Tchaikovsky Francesca da Rimini, op. 32 Sergei Rachmaninov Three Russian songs, op.41 Alexander Scriabin Poem of ecstasy, op. 54 Sergei Prokofiev Symphony No.3, op. 44 Recorded at the Saydashev Grand Concert Hall, City of Kazan (Russia) on June 06th, 2014.
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12:30 
Simon Rattle and the Berliner Philharmoniker : Symphony no 6 by Mahler
Berliner Philharmoniker, Simon Rattle (conductor) Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphony No. 6 in A minor Recorded on June 20, 2018, at the Philharmonie, Berlin TV Director, Michael Beyer.
14:05 
Simon Rattle and the London Symphony Orchestra: Elgar, Adès, Birtwistle, Knussen, Grime
London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Simon Rattle (conductor) Christian Tetzlaff (violin) Helen Grime (b. 1981) Fanfare (world premiere) Thomas Adès (b. 1971) Asyla Harrison Birtwistle (b. 1934) Violin Concerto Oliver Knussen (1950 - 2018) Symphony No 3 Edward Elgar (1957 - 1934) Variations on an Original Theme, 'Enigma' Recorded at the Barbican Hall, London, 14 September 2017 TV Director François-René Marin .
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16:30 
William Christie conducts Lully's Armide at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées
Armide 'Tragédie en musique' in a prologue and five acts by Jean-Baptiste Lully (1632 - 1687) Libretto by Philippe Quinault after Torquato Tasso's 'Gerusalemme liberata' First performance in Paris, Opéra, 15 February 1686 Les Arts Florissants, William Christie (Conductor) Robert Carsen (production) Jean-Claude Gallotta (choreography), Gideon Davey (sets and costumes) Claire Debono (La Gloire, Phénice, Lucinde), Isabelle Druet (La Sagesse, Sidonie, Mélisse), Stéphanie d'Oustrac (Armide), Nathan Berg (Hidraot), Paul Agnew (Renaud), Marc Mauillon (Ubalde, Aronte), Marc Callahan (Artémidore), Andrew Tortise (Le Chevalier Danois), Laurent Naouri (La Haine), Anders J. Dahlin (Un amant fortuné) Directed for video by François Roussillon (2h50) Recorded at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées in Paris (2008) Armide was Jean-Baptiste Lully's last 'tragédie en musique' (in five acts and a prologue). It was composed in 1686 on a libretto by Philippe Quinault and is often considered as the masterwork of both artists. The argument of the tragedy is borrowed from Tasso's 'Jerusalem Delivered' (Gerusalemme liberata) and tells of the witch Armide's unrequited love for the knight Renaud.
19:15 
Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Festival Internacional de Música y Danza de Granada
Pierre-Laurent Aimard (piano) Claude Debussy (1862 - 1918) Cloches à travers les feuilles La Puerta del Vino Pour les arpèges composés Record on June 25, 2018, Puerta del Vino, Alhambra de Granada, Festival Internacional de Música y Danza de Granada TV Director, Stéphane Vérité .
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20:30 
Où chaque souffle danse dans nos mémoires by Thomas Lebrun
Où chaque souffle danse dans nos mémoires Choreography by Thomas Lebrun Lights, Jean-Philippe Filleul Music, My heart's in the Highlands d'Arvo Part, Theatre of voices ; Ars Nova Copenhagen and Paul Hillier Creator Spiritus Dancers Odile Azagury, Julie Bougard, Maxime Camo, Anthony Cazaux, Anne-Emmanuelle Deroo, Daniel Larrieu, Thomas Lebrun, Matthieu Patarozzi, Léa Scher, Veronique Teindas, Yohann Têté, Julien-Henri Vu Van Dung Recorded on June 18, 2016 at the Abbey of the Mont Saint Michel TV Director, Azzurra Lugari.
20:40 
Lied Ballet by Thomas Lebrun - Maison de la Danse of Lyon
Lied Ballet Choreography by Thomas Lebrun Musical creation David François Moreau Light cration Jean-Marc Serre Sound creation Mélodie Souquet Costume creation Jeanne Guellaff Costume, Jeanne Guellaff, Sylvie Ryser Benjamin Alunni, tenor Thomas Besnard, piano Music by Giacinto Scelsi, Alban Berg, Gustav Mahler, Arnold Schoenberg With Maxime Camo, Anthony Cazaux, Raphaël Cottin, Anne-Emmanuelle Deroo,Tatiana Julien, Anne-Sophie Lancelin, Matthieu Patarozzi, Léa Scher Recorded on 2014 October 7 & 8 octobre at the Maison de la Danse of Lyon TV Director, Jean-Marc Birraux .
21:50 
Thomas Lebrun 'Lied Ballet'
Thomas Lebrun, 'Lied Ballet' Documentary by Jean-Marc Birrault Thomas Lebrun's creed: 'To accept dance as pleasure, entertainment, a langage, a political statement, in its narrative and abstract forms. To accept beauty, strength and frailty, passion and emotion.' His work is colourful, often with a touch of burlesque - 'Tel quel!' a piece for younger audiences is highly comical - but he is equally at ease in a more sombre and literary vein. His production of 'Death and the Maiden' in 2012 established a strong bond between dance and music. With this new work 'Lied Ballet', premiered at the 2014 Avignon Festival, he faces a new challenge, and seeks to explore the sources of inspiration shared by the 'Lied', a major musical form in the Romantic era, and ballet. Thus, nature, night, wandering and love are at the heart of this new piece for eight dancers, for whom the pleasure of dancing is not an obstacle to contemporary writing. The art of movement, its significance and poetry will be the main driving force in this ballet, with lieder by Berg, Schubert and Mahler performed live by tenor Benjamin Alunni and pianist Thomas Besnard. Choreography, Thomas Lebrun Dancers, Maxime Camo, Anthony Cazaux, Raphaël Cottin, Anne Ammanuelle Derro, Tatiana Julien, Anne Sophie Lancelin, Matthieu Patarozzi, Léa Scher Vocal, Benjamin Alunni, ténor Piano, Thomas Besnard Music by Giacinto Scelsi, Alban Berg, Gustav Mahler, Arnold Schonberg, Franz Schubert Musical creation by David François Moreau Recorded at the Maison de la Danse de Lyon on October 8th 2014.
22:20 
Avant toutes disparitions - Thomas Lebrun
Avant toutes disparitions Choreography and scenography by Thomas Lebrun Music, McKinney's Cotton Pickers, David Lang, Julia Wolfe, Michael Gordon Musical creation by Scanner Lights, Jean-Marc Serre Costumes, Jeanne Guellaff Sound, Mélodie Souquet With Odile Azagury, Maxime Camo, Anthony Cazaux, Raphaël Cottin, Anne-Emmanuelle Deroo, Anne-Sophie Lancelin, Daniel Larrieu, Thomas Lebrun, Matthieu Patarozzi, Léa Scher, Yohann Têté, Julien-Henri Vu Van Dung In 'Avant toutes disparitions' (Before all Disappearances), Thomas Lebrun reappraises his style as a choreographer in a piece for twelve performers, a 'long-haul project', to use his own words. A community and a vision in movement. Part One involves soloists, most of them long-time associates of Thomas Lebrun's. It is about conviction and survival, 'of a people, a community, esthetic values, toughts and beliefs. A confrontation, a radical and deeply-rooted claim on space', says the choreographer. In Part Two, 'Avant toutes disparitions' calls on four dancers: Odile Azagury, Daniel Larrieu, Anne-Sophie Lancelin and Thomas Lebrun himself. Lebrun brought these powerful dancers together and shares the stage with them. Bodies and their essence, in strife or serenity, finally enjoying a truce. Recorded on May, 19th 2016, au Théâtre National de Chaillot TV Director, Antoine Goetghebeur .
23:55 
Andy Bey at Zinc Bar, New York
Andy Bey (piano and voice) solo at Zinc Bar.
00:50 
The Bad Plus plays 'Science Fiction' by Ornette Coleman - Jazz à la Villette
The Bad Plus Ethan Iverson - piano Reid Anderson - bass Dave King - drums invites - Tim Berne - alto saxophone Sam Newsome - soprano saxophone Ron Miles - trumpet Recorded on September 12nd 2015 at La Villette jazz festival, Cité de la Musique, Philharmonie 2 TV Director, Samuel Thiebaut.
01:50 
John Scofield Quartet - D'Jazz Nevers
John Scofield @ D'Jazz Nevers John Scofield, guitar Larry Golding, organ, piano Steve Swallow, electric bass Bill Stewart, drums Mr Fool (Darrell Edwards - George Jones - Herbie Treece) The Gambler (Don Schlitz) Jolene (Dolly Parton) Just a girl I used to know (Jack Clement) I'm lonesome I could cry (Hank Williams) You're still the one (Shania Twain - John Robert Lange) 'Sco' brilliantly continues his exploration of swing and country music. Brought into the limelight by Miles Davis in the 1980's, John Scofield explores all forms of jazz, including the blues, funk and country music. The American musician teams up with Steve Swallow, who now plays electric bass, and Bill Stewart on drums. John Scofield began playing the guitar as a teenager, discovered the standards of jazz before being drawn to jazz-rock and studying at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. In the 1970's, his career started as a side man with trumpeter and singer Chet Baker and pianist George Duke, among others. In the 1980's the general public discovered his swing, when he played for three years alongside the legendary Miles Davis. Later, Sco's brand of jazz fusion absorbed elements of soul and of the 'New Orleans Spirit', as he played with the greatest musicians of his generation, Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock and Jim Hall. Recorded on November 12th at the festival D'Jazz Nevers (Nevers, France) - (Maison de la Culture, hall) TV Director, Samuel Thiebaut.
02:50 
Antonio Sanchez & Migration - Jazz à Junas
Antonio Sanchez & Migration Antonio Sanchez, drums Seamus Blake, sax John Escreet, piano Matt Brewer, bass Thana Alexa, song A virtuoso sideman with Chick Corea, Avishai Cohen, Kenny Werner and Pat Metheny, whose faithful drummer he has been for fifteen years, Antonio Sanchez won international fame with the soundtrack to the oscar-winning film 'Birdman', directed by his fellow-countryman, Mexican film director Alejandro González Iñárritu. At the helm of the Migration quartet since 2011, Antonio Sanchez is a true visionary on the contemporary jazz scene. Recorded on 2017, July 19th at the Festival Jazz in Junas TV Director, Giuseppe de Vechi .
03:50 
Esbjörn Svensson Trio - Timisoara Jazz Festival
Esbjörn Svensson Trio Esbjörn Svensson (piano), Dan Berglund (bass) Magnus Oström (Drums) Playlist Tuesday Wonderland Improvisation # 1 The Rube Thing The Goldhearted Miner In The Tail Of Her Eye The Unstable Table & The Infamous Fable Eighthundred Streets by Feet Dolores in a Shoestand Dodge The Dodo Round Midnight Recorded on December 3rd 2006 at the National Theater of Timisoara, Timisoara Jazz Festival (Jazz Banat Cultural Foundation) TV Directors, Catalin Stefanescu et Silvia Pospaescu.
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