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I Vespri Siciliani by Verdi at the Mariinsky Theatre
I Vespri Siciliani Opéra in fice acts by Guiseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901) Libretto by Eugène Scribe and Charles Duveyrier, Italian version by Eugenio Caimi First performance in Paris, Opéra, 13 June 1855 Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra, Valery Gergiev (Conductor) Arnaud Bernard (Stage Direction, Lighting) Arnaud Bernard, Marianna Stranska (Costumes), Gianni Santucci (Choreography) Vladislav Sulimsky (Monforte) Oleg Sychov (Bethune) Yevgeny Chernyadiev (Vaudemont) Migran Agadzhanian (Arrigo) Ildar Abdrazakov (Giovanni da Procida) Irina Churilova (Elena) Svetlana Kapicheva (Ninetta) Mikhail Makarov (Danieli) Oleg Balashov (Manfredo) Oleg Losev (Tebaldo) Alexander Gerasimov (Roberto) Recorded at the Mariinsky Theatre, Saint Petersburg, on May 23 & June 24, 2017 Direted by Vincent Massip .
Swan Lake by the Bolshoi ballet
Swan Lake Music Piotr Tchaikovsky Choreography Yuri Grigorovich (2001 version) Scenes in choreography by Marius Petipa, Lev Ivanov,Alexander Gorsky used Bolshoi orchestra Pavel Sorokin, conductor With, The Etoiles, the Soloists and the Corps de Ballet of the Bolshoi Odette-Odile, Svetlana Zakharova The Mother, Yekaterina Barykina Prince Siegfried, Denis Rodkin The Evil Genius, Artemy Belyakov The Tutor, Alexei Loparevich The Fool, Igor Tsvirko Friends to the Prince, Kristina Kretova, Elizaveta Kruteleva Master of Ceremonies, Alexander Fadeyechev Hungarian Bride, Angelina Karpova Russian Bride, Anna Rebetskaya Spanish Bride, Anna Tikhomirova Neapolitan Bride, Daria Khokhlova Polish Bride, Maria Semenyachenko, Three Swans, Angelina Karpova, Olga Marchenkova and Ana Turazashvili Four Swans, Yulia Lunkinan, Svetlana Pavlovan, Margarita Shrainern and Anna Voronkova Waltz, Karim Abdullin, Ivan Alexeyevn, Dmitry Efremovn, Egor Khromushinn, Nelli Kobakhidzen, Anna Okunevan, Yanina Parienkon and Anna Rebetskaya Recorded on Januarty 25th 2015 at the Bolshoi of Moscow TV Director, Vincent Bataillon .
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 .
Jonathan Nott and the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande: Mahler
Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Jonathan Nott (Conductor) Ensemble vocal de Lausanne, Maîtrise du Conservatoire Populaire de Musique, Danse et Théâtre de Genève Mihoko Fujimura (mezzo-soprano) Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphony no. 3 in D minor Recorded on May 24, 2018 at the Victoria Hall, Genève Directed by Andy Sommer .
Emmanuel Krivine and the Orchestre National de France: Rachmaninov, Dvorák
Orchestre National de France, Emmanuel Krivine (Conductor) Denis Matsuev (piano) Sergei Rachmaninov (1873 - 1943) Piano Concerto no. 3 in D minor, op. 30 Antonín Dvorák (1841 - 1904) Symphony no. 7 in D minor, op. 70 Recorded on January 12, 2017 at the Auditorium de Radio de France, Paris Directed by Olivier Simonnet .
La Bohème by Puccini at the Gran Teatre del Liceu, Barcelona
La Bohème Opera in four acts by Giacomo Puccini (1858 - 1924) Libretto by Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica after Henry Murger's 'Scènes de la vie de bohème' First performance in Turin, Teatro Regio, on the 1st of February 1896 Symphony Orchestra and Chorus of the Gran Teatre del Liceu, Marc Piollet (Conductor) Jonathan Miller (Stage Director) Isabella Bywater (Sets, Costumes) Jean Kalman (Lighting) Eleonora Buratto (Mimí) Olga Kulchynska (Musetta) Saimir Pirgu (Rodolfo) Gabriel Bermúdez(Marcello) Isaac Galan (Schaunard) Paul Gay (Colline) Fernando Latorre (Benoît / Alcindoro) Recorded at the Gran Teatre del Liceu, Barcelona, in 2016 Directed by Stéphane Lebard .
Dhafer Youssef 'Diwan of Beauty and Odd'
Dhafer Youssef, Diwan of Beauty And Odd Dhafer Youssef, oud and voice Aaron Parks, piano Ben Williams, bass Justin Faulkner, drums Ambrose Akinmusire, trumpet After the phenomenal success of his previous album 'Birds Requiem', which sold over 50,000 copies, Dhafer Youssef, the master of the oud, an exceptional singer and prolific composer, returns to the concert platform with one of the most anticipated albums of 2016: 'Diwan Of Beauty And Odd'. Dhafer Youssef is definitely one of the most innovative musicians of the decade. An indefatigable explorer, his album 'Diwan Of Beauty And Odd' shows his extraordinary ability to transcend musical genres and experiment with the asymmetry of the off-beat. The result is complex and mesmerising, beautiful and universal. Recorded on April 14th at L'Olympia, Paris TV director , Laurent Hasse .
Anouar Brahem, Dave Holland, Jack Dejohnette - Philharmonie de Paris
Anouar Brahem Blue Maqams Anouar Brahem, oud Dave Holland, double bass Jack DeJohnette, drums Django Bates, piano For more than 25 years, Anouar Brahem has taken his oud all over far off lands. A melodic impressionist and a for ever inspired improvisor, the Tunisian musician has above all toppled the barriers which separate genres.Thanks to him, Arab music and jazz have started a very singular dialogue which approaches the sublime.A conversation between the past and the present, tradition and modernity. Anour Rahem has built up this pacified 'no man's land 'principally on Manfred Eicher's Munich record label ECM to become one of the label's most faithful artists.In the great Pierre Boulez Hall, in the company of the bass player Dave Holland, drummer Jack DeJohnette and the pianist Django Bates, he produces a blend of absolute beauty and of universal value. Playlist : Opening Day La Nuit Blue Maqams Bahia Persepolis' Mirage Unexpected outcome The recovered road to Al-Sham Bom Dia Rio Halfaouine All compositions by Anouar Brahem Live from the Philharmonie de Paris TV Director, Didier Oustrie.
Laurent Coulondre Trio - Nancy Jazz Pulsations
Laurent Coulondre Trio at Nancy Jazz Pulsations 2015 Laurent Coulondre, piano, organ Rémi Bouyssière, bass, double bass Martin Wangermée, drums Laurent Coulondre belongs to a generation of young musicians who take jazz into unexplored territory. With a sharp sense of rhythm and harmony, he plays the piano and the organ with consummate ease and shows, at his young age, breathtaking musicality, technique and flair. Laurent Coulondre has defined the new concept of the 'reversible trio', and a new sound identity. Alternating betweed the classical trio - piano, double bass and drums - and another form comprising organ, 6-string bass and drums, his music is innovative and challenging, without ever losing touch with its audience. Recorded on October 8th 2015, Poirel hall, Nancy Jazz Pulsations TV director, Sylvain Pierrel.
Thomas de Pourquery & Supersonic - Cité de la musique
Thomas de Pourquery & Supersonic Thomas De Pourquery, saxophone alto Laurent Bardainne, saxophone ténor Fabrice Martinez, trompette Arnaud Roulin, piano, claviers Frederick Galiay, basse Edward Perraud, batterie Playlist Thomas De Pourquery; Mermaids Sun Ra, We travel the space ways Thomas De Pourquery, Slow down, Present eternity, Sons of love, Simple forces, Give the money back, Révolutions, Disco 2100 Sun Ra, Love in outer space Recorded on June 15, 2019 at the Cité de la musique TV Director, Josselin Carré.
Dave Holland, Zakir Hussain & Chris Potter - Jazz in Marciac
Zakir Hussain (tabla) Chris Potter (saxophone) Dave Holland (double bass) The Indian composer and percussionist Zakir Hussain is THE tabla player of his generation. The tabla is a percussion instrument from the north of India which does indeed give rhythm to the musician's compositions as much when he is performing solo as here when he is accompanied by the bass player Dave Holland or the tenor saxophonist Chris Potter. Considered as a national treasure in India, this artist accrues performances with no less than 150 concerts per year and a career which began at 12 years of age! Perhaps the most impressive virtuoso of the tenor saxophone according to Michel Contat of Télérama, Chris Potter comes from the generation of saxophonists who came to the fore during the course of the 1990's alongside Joshua Redman, James Carter, Chris Cheek and Seamus Blake. Very quickly, this native of Chicago attracted attention because of his succulent tenor sound and a very personal manner of constructing his solos, imposing himself as a reference amongst his peers. Dave Holland's class! This majestic double bass with a round sound. A self-taught double bass player whose atypical manner of playing and magnificent sound were quickly noticed by a certain Miles Davis. A great composer as well. A great leader too.Together with Miles Davis, Chick Corea, Stan Getz or heading up his own groups, the Brit could never be happy with the minimum. Recorded at Jazz in Marciac Festival (Circus top), on July 28, 2018 TV Director, Jean-Marc Birraux.
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David Murray Infinity Quartet feat. Saul Williams - Banlieues Bleues
After soul sister Macy Gray, with whom he recorded an album, the ever-inventive saxophonist brings us a brand new body of work inspired by the slam poetry of Saul Williams. DAVID MURRAY tenor saxophone, bass clarinett, ORIN EVANS piano, JARIBU SHAHID bass, NASHEET WAITS drums, SAUL WILLIAMS voice He appears with the Infinity Quartet, named after his early years at the Infinity loft-studio in New York, and with Saul Williams himself. A great choice: over the past fifteen years, the star of the independent film 'Slam' has been standing out among rappers and slam poets with the quality of his writing and the intensity of his performances. His punch lines make him a unique performer - a remarkable poet with a powerful rap-soul voice. In David Murray, who previously worked with writers Amiri Baraka and Ishmael Reed, Williams has found an ideal partner. A match made in heaven. .


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