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Lohengrin by Wagner at La
Lohengrin 'Romantische Oper' in three acts by Richard Wagner (1813 - 1883) Libretto by Richard Wanger First performance in Weimar, Grossherzoliches Hoftheater, 28 August 1858 La Monnaie Symphony Orchestra, Alain Altinoglu (conductor) La Monnaie Chorus, Martino Faggiani (Chorus Master) Olivier Py (Stage Direction) Pierre-André Weitz (sets, costumes), Bertrand Killy (lighting) Eric Cutler (Lohengrin) Ingela Brimberg (Elsa von Brabant) Andrew Foster-Williams (Friedrich von Telramund) Elena Pankratova (Ortrud) Gábor Bretz (Heinrich der Vogler) Werner Van Mechelen (Heerrufer) Recorded at La Monnaie | De Munt, Brussels, April 22 & 26 2018 TBV Director, Christian Leblé .
White Darkness de N. Duato - The Lavender Follies de J. Hernandez - Les Ballet de
White Darkness Choreography by Nacho Duato Music by Karl Jenkins ( Adiemus variatons, string quartet N°2) The Lavender Follies Choreography by Joseph Hernandez Music by Johannes Till Wth The Ballets de Monte Carlo, and Asier Edeso, April Ball, Francesco Mariottini, Maude Sabourin , Kaori Tajima , Taisha Barton- Rowledge, Benjamin Stone , Simone Tribuna, Alvaro Prieto , Lennart Radtke, Anna Blackwell . Recorded on July 28 & 29, 2018 at the Monte-Carlo Opera, Garnier Hall TV Director, Andreas Morelll.
Casse-Noisette Compagnie by J.C Maillot, Les Ballets de
Casse-Noisette Compagnie (Nutcracker company) Choreography by Jean-Christophe Maillot Music By Piotr Ilitch Tchaïkovski. Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo Accompanied by The Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra Nicolas Brochot, musical direction Alain Lagarde, scenography Philippe Guillotel et with the complicity of Karl Lagerfeld and Jérôme Kaplan, costume Dominique Drillot, light Bertrand Maillot, additional music Jean-Christophe Maillot and Jean Rouaud, dramaturgy With : Marianna Barabas (Drosselmeyer) George Oliveira, Alexis Oliveira (the Guardian Angels) Stephan Bourgond (Le Casse-Noisette) Alvaro Prieto (The Father) Mimoza Koike (The Mother) Anjara Ballesteros (Clara, Their Daughter) Lucien Postlewaite (Fritz, Their Son) Christian Tworzyanski (Charmant, Friend of Clara) Victoria Ananyan (Zoé, Friend of Fritz) Gabriele Corrado (Albercht) Liisa Hämäläinen (Giselle) With a special appearance by Olga Smirnova, principal at the ballet of Bolshoi Theatre & Artem Ovtcharenko, principal at the ballet of Bolshoi Theatre Under the Presidency of H.R.H. the Princess of Hanover The ballet of Monte-Carlo Jean-Christophe Maillot Recorded at the Grimaldi Forum, Monaco, December the 28th, 29th and 30th 2015 TV Director, Vincent Massip .
Moscow Soloists Chamber Orchestra and Yury Bashmet: Grieg, Bodrov, Tchaikovsky
Moscow Soloists Chamber Orchestra, Yury Bashmet (Conductor & viola) Edvard Grieg (1843 - 1907) From Holberg's Times, Suite, Op. 40 - Prelude Kuzma Bodrov (b. 1980) 'Reflections' on the theme of the 24 Caprice by N. Paganini in the style of Beethoven, Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev and Berg (2018) Pyotr Tchaikovsky (1840 - 1890) Souvenir de Florence, op.70 (version for string orchestra) Recorded at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, Moscow, 24 January 2019 .
Herbert von Karajan conducts Beethoven's Missa Solemnis
Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan (conductor) Wiener Singverein Anna Tomowa-Sintow (soprano), Mruza Baldami (alto), Eric Tappy (tenor), José van Dam (bass). Ludwig van Beethoven Missa Solemnis in D major op. 123 Directed by Horant H. Hohlfeld and Herbert von Karajan Recorded at the Easter Festival, Salzburg, in 1979. .
Vanessa by Samuel Barber, Glyndebourne Festival
Vanessa Opera in four acts by Samuel Barber (1910 - 1981) Libretto by Gian Carlo Menotti First performance in New York, Metropolitan Opera, 15 January 1958 London Philharmonic Orchestra, Jakub Hruša (Conductor) The Glyndebourne Chorus Nicholas Jenkins (Chorus Master) Keith Warner (Stage Direction) Ashley Martin-Davis (Sets), Mark Jonathan (Lighting), Alex Uragallo (Video) William Thomas (Nicholas, the Major-Domo) Virginie Verrez (Erika) Emma Bell (Vanessa) Edgaras Montvidas (Anatol) Rosalind Plowright (The Old Baroness) Ray Albert (The Old Doctor Donnie) Romanas Kudriašovas (Footman) Recorded 12 and 14 August 2018 at the Glyndebourne Festival Directed by François Roussillon .
New Orleans, Street Jazz & Dirty Rap
New Orleans, Street Jazz & Dirty Rap Documentary by Samuel Petit New Orleans is like no other city in the United States. Proud of its French past, its heart beats to the rhythm of jazz - the city even gave its name to a specific style of jazz. Director Samuel Petit follows Rusty Lazer, a DJ and producer of 'bounce music' - a local style of hip hop -, members of the legendary Dirty Dozen Brass Band, and Trombone Shorty, a musician who has become a symbol of the city's new musical tradition. They tell of the scars of a community deeply wounded by hurricane Katrina and of the way its individual members try to overcome the trauma. Recorded on 2013.
Osmosis - Malta Jazz Festival
Shai Maestro 'The Stone Skipper'
Shai Maestro 'The Stone Skipper' Shai Maestro, piano Ziv Ravitz, drums Jorge Roeder, doublebass Neli Andreeva, voice Playlist Composer, Shai Maestro A man, morning, street rain Without Words From one soul to another Pearl New river, new water Kunda Kuchka The Stone Skipper Water Colors Kalimankou Denkou A concert by Shai Maestro is always an unforgettable experience!?At the age of nineteen, Shai Maestro began his career with Avishai Cohen as an accompanist. After a few years performing all around the world, the time for independence came in 2011. Brought up on traditional music, classical and jazz, Shai Maestro polished his pianistic style and his skills as a composer. He also chose the best sidemen: Ziv Ravitz on drums (Lee Konitz, Esperanza Splading.) and Jorge Roeder on the double bass (Roy Haynes, Gary Burton, Julian Lageg). The trio is mesmerizing on record, magical on staget?In concert or in the recording studio, a mysterious sacred fire sets the piano ablazel Nothing faked or contrived here, Shai Maestro's trio goes straight to the pointo Their exceptional presence, at time minimalistic, or dissonant and exuberant, touches and immediately wins over the audiencee Recorded on December 6th 2016 at the Studio 104 of the Maison de la Radio - Parisa TV Director, Samuel Petite.
Hugh Coltman - Jazz in Marciac
Hugh Coltman (voice) Frédéric Couderc (baritone clarinet) Jérôme Etcheberry (trumpet) Jerry Edwards (trombone) Didier Havet (soubassophone) Freddy Koella (guitar) Gael Rakotondrabe (piano) Raphael Chassin (drums) Heard in the company of the pianist Eric Legnini on an album where he was simply a guest, Hugh Coltman rapidly broke the barrier of confidentiality to gain access to the the antechamber of notoriety. His latest hour of glory (for the time being), was his allegorical project based on the repertoire of Nat King Cole, the historic crooner and pianist. The voice of this Brit possesses that full masculinity which characterises his dedicatee, but it carries with it a bit of spleen, a sort of Baudelairian charm which the language of Shakespeare makes even more palpable.A confirmation eagerly awaited in Marciac this summer with his new album 'Who's happyp'? With drums which dance just like in one of those legendary burials in New Orleans, brass saturated with soul, guitars mixing up all the blues and all the folkl Hugh Coltman treated himself to a sublime backdrop for eleven songs in which his warm 'been through it all' voice can be hearde He is a conoisseur in human emotions, always charitable towards the evening's lover, the lost soul at dawn or the forlorn in the blazing sunshineh Recorded at Jazz in Marciac Festival (Circus top), on July 31, 2018 TV Director, Jean-Marc Birrauxr.
Esbjörn Svensson Trio - Nalen, Stockholm
Esbjörn Svensson Trio Esbjörn Svensson (piano), Dan Berglund (bass) Magnus Oström (Drums) Playlist Good morning Susie Soho From Gagarin's point of view definitio of a dog the fce of love bowling dodge the dodo 'round midnight bernsha swing Recorded on December 10th 2000 at Nalen, Stockholm TV Direction, Paul Möllerstedt, Johan Larsson, Petter Persson, Bobo Ericzén, Mans Dahlkvist, Tobias Anerhult.
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Juan Carmona Septet - Jazz à vienne
Juan Carmona Septet Juan Carmona (guitar, composition) Piculabe (Voice) Noemie Humanes (Voice), Gest dancer, Paco Carmona (guitar), Domingo Patricio (flute), Kike Terron (percussions), El Bachi (bass) Juan Carmona is one of a kind in modern flamenco. A French gypsy of Andalusian origin, born in Lyon (in 1963), loyal to the Aubagne region where he plays out his passion (and where he runs the Nuits Flamencas festival), the guitarist has won countless prizes and awards and is renowned in Spain and around the world. Carmona spent ten years living in Jerez de la Frontera in Andalusia to gain in-depth knowledge of the flamenco culture. Whilst there he performed with singers such as Agujetas and Duquende and recorded with Chano Domínguez, the Cadix pianist, among others. The Frenchman's rich array of sounds, ingenious compositions, pure instrumentals and, most importantly, his talent for improvisation in this harmonic jazz-heavy piece, makes him one of the most respected guitarists in the last 30 years. Alchemya (2013) is still a flamboyant self-portrait of a record blending flamenco with jazz fusion. With his 35 guest cadors, Juan Carmona also gives us a great lesson in the art of hospitality. The borderless musician returned from an Asian tour with Perla de Oriente in 2016 with an album recorded live in the studio. A new travel journal in which the gypsy wanders the duende paths alongside El Piculabe's? raspy melismas. Recorded on July 03, 2019 at Jazz à Vienne TV Director, MFabien Raymond.


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