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Orfeo by Luigi Rossi conducted by Raphaël Pichon
Orfeo Tragicommedia in a prologue and three acts by Luigi Rossi (1597 - 1653) Libretto by Francesco Buti First performance in Paris, Palais Royal, 2 March 1647 Edited by Raphaël Pichon and Miguel Henry Ensemble Pygmalion, Raphaël Pichon (Conductor) Jetske Mijnssen (Stage Director) Ben Baur (Sets), Gideon Davey (Costumes), Bernd Purkrabek (Lighting) Judith van Wanroij (Orfeo) Francesca Aspromonte (Euridice) Giuseppina Bridelli (Aristeo) Giulia Semenzato (Venere, Proserpina) Luigi de Donato (Augure, Plutone) Ray Chenez (Nutrice, Amore) Renato Dolcini (Satiro) Dominique Visse (Vecchia) Victor Torres (Endimione, Caronte) Marc Mauillon (Momo) David Tricou (Apollo) Recorded on February 9, 2016 at the Opéra de Nancy Directed by Stéphane Vérité .
Elektro Kif choreography by Blanca Li
Elektro Kif Choreography and staging , Blanca LI Lighting design, Jacques Châtelet Original Music, Tao Guttierrez Costume, Franįoise Yapo Dancers Khaled Abdulahi (alias Cerizz) Jeremy Alberge (alias Jerem) , Arnaud Bacharach (alias Nino), Roger Bepet (alias Big Jay) , William Falla (alias Treaxy) , Slate Hemedi (Alias Crazy) , Alou Sidibe (alias Kyrra), Adrien Sissoko (alias Fiasco) Recorded on 2013 at la Cigale, Paris TV Director, .
Robot! - choreography by Bianca Li
Robot !. Choreography, artistic direction Blanca Li Musical robots, Maywa Denki Scenography, Pierre Attrait Light, Jacques Chatelet Music, Tao Gutierrez In partnership with Aldebaran for the NAO robots Dancers, Yacnoy Abreu Alfonso, Emilie Camacho, Géraldine Fournier, Yann Hervé, Aliashka Hilsum, Samir M'Kirech, Margalida Riera Roig, Gael Rougegrez and 8 robots Eight dancers and the musically animated humanoids of the Japanese collective Maywa Denki are directed by Blanca Li and investigate the relationship between man and machine, in the particular context where robots tend to become more and more human. This innovative performance is immediately engaging and the audience is dazzled by the technical prowess of the robotic choreography. A futuristic fantasy, 'Robot!', Blanca Li's new creation for the Montpellier Dance Festival, is one of these unidentified objects the choreographer from Andalusia particularly enjoys. In this approach to 'total theatre', she involves eight dancers and the animated humanoids of the Japanese collective Maywa Denki. The resulting opera takes stock of a world in which mathematics and technology try to harness human life and design thinking machines. Machines with desires. A post-dadaist choreographer, influenced by psychoanalytically-minded Martha Graham and her native city of Granada where she was a gymnast at the age of twelve, Blanca Li enjoys a comical and poetical form of humouru Her 'Garden of Earthly Delights' after Hieronymus Bosch, premiered at Montpellier in 2009, her opera 'Rag Time' after Scott Joplin, a commercial for the Longchamp brand and a show for Jean-Paul Gaultier all partake of her invitation to 'come and dance with me'e 'Roboto' clearly belong to this traditiono Recorded at the Maison des Arts & de la Culture de Créteil TV directors, Blanca Li et Gaetan Chataigner.
Daniel Barenboim plays Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 17
Daniel Barenboim (piano) Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) Piano Sonata No. 17 Opus 31 No. 2 in D minor 'Tempest' Recorded at the Palais Kinsky, Vienna Directed by Jean-Pierre Ponnelle .
Valery Gergiev conducts Tchaikovsky at the Zaryadye Hall: Symphonies No. 3 &
Mariinsky Orchestra, Valery Gergiev (Conductor) Piotr I. Tchaikovsky (1840 - 1893) Symphony No.3 in D major, 'Polish Symphony', op. 29 Symphony No. 6 in B minor, 'Pathétique', op. 74 Recorded at the Zaryadye Hall, Moscow, 8 September 2019 TV Director, Franįois-René Martin .
Moment musical - Daniel & Michael Barenboim at the Boulez Saal : Mozart violin sonata K 526 and Variations K 360
Daniel Barenboim (piano), Michael Barenboim (violin) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791) Violin Sonata in B-flat major, K. 454 Violin Sonata in E-flat major, K.481 Recorded at the Pierre Boulez Saal, Berlin, 13 April 2020.
Mariss Jansons conducts The Queen of Spades by Tchaikovsky
The Queen of Spades Opera in three acts, op. 68, by Piotr Ilych Tchaikovsky (1840 - 1893) Libretto by Modest Ilych Tchaikovsky after Alexander Pushkin's novella First performance in Saint-Petersburg, Mariinsky Theatre, 19 December 1890 Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Mariss Jansons (Conductor) Chorus of Dutch National Opera, Nieuw Amsterdams Kinderkoor Stefan Herheim (Stage Direction) Philipp Fürhofer (Sets), Philipp Fürhofer (Costumes) Misha Didyk (Herman) Alexey Markov (Tomski) Vladimir Stoyanov (Yeletsky) Andrei Popov (Chekalinsky) Andrii Goniukov (Surin) Mikhail Makarov (Chaplitsky) Anatoli Sivko (Narumov) Larissa Diadkova (The Countess) Svetlana Aksenova (Lisa) Anna Goryachova (Polina) Pelageya Kurennaya (Prilepa) Directed by Misjel Vermeiren Recorded at De Nationale Opera, Amsterdam, 2016 .
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.
Avishai Cohen Trio 'Gently Disturbed' 10th Anniversary - Jazz ā la Villette
Avishai Cohen trio 'Gently Disturbed' 10th Anniverary Avishai Cohen - double bass Shai Maestro - piano Noam David - drums Ten years after the release of Gently Disturbed, this Israeli bassist re-engages with his two accomplices in the trio that sparked it all: pianist Shai Maestro and drummer Mark Guiliana. Recorded on August 31, 2018 at the Pierre Boulez Hall, Philharmonie de Paris, Jazz ā la villette TV Director.
Jowee Omicil - Let's Bash - Europa Jazz Festival
Jowee Omicil - Let's Bash Jowee Omicil, saxophone, flute, clarinet, vocals Jonathan Jurion, piano, keyboard Just Wody Cereyon, bass guitar Tilo Berthelot; drums Jowee Omicil - a multi-instrumentalist who is like no one else - was born in Montreal in 1977 between the Haitian and Quebec communities. After living within a rich New York musical fabric, he splits his life between Miami and Paris. Fed by the playing of his masters - John Coltrane, Ornette Coleman, Sonny Rollins, Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter or Kenny Garrett - his nomad jazz mixing Creole roots to Hip-Hop, gospel, soul and world folklores renews itself according to his encounters. Regarding 'Let's Bash', his new project, it is both a war cry and a love declaration that hide a great act of faith: 'I want jazz to become popular again'! Recorded on May 5, 2018 at the Europa Jazz Festival , Abbaye de l'Epau, Le Mans TV Director, Samuel Thiebautt .
Archie Shepp, Art song et Spirituals - Jazz ā la Villette
Archie Shepp, Art song et Spirituals, Archie Shepp, saxophone, vocal Jason Moran, piano Amina Claudine Myers, organ, vocal Olivier Miconi, trumpet Darryl Hall, double bass Hamid Drake, drums Julia Sarr, Marion Rampal, Djany, Céline Cheynut, Tatiana Jubert, Christelle Marsolen Steven Leblanc , choir Jean-Marc Reyno, choir, arrangements Recorded on Spetember 12th 2017 at the Philharmonie de Paris, Jazz ā la Vilette TV Director, Frank Cassenti .
Roberto Negro DADADA with Emile Parisien and Michele Rabbia - Europa Jazz
Roberto Negro, piano Emile Parisien, saxophone Michčle 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 .
E.J. Strickland Quintet - Jazz en Tęte
E.J. STrickland Quintet Enoch Jamal 'E.J. ' Strickland, drums Godwin Louis, alto saxophone Marcus Strickland, Saxophone Taber Gable, Piano Josh Ginsburg, Bass Over about ten years, the drummer E.J. Strickland has appeared on more than 60 albums. He has toured with Cassandra Wilson, Terence Blanchard, Wynton Marsalis, Vincent Herring, Nnenna Freelon, to mention but a few. With his twin brother, the saxophonist Marcus Strickland, co-leader of the group, he is certainly one of the most innovative entertainers of the new generation. Recorded on October 27th at the Festival Jazz en Tęte TV Director, Gilles Le Mao.
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