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Iván Fischer conducts Prokofiev and Stravinsky with the Budapest Festival Orchestra
Budapest Festival Orchestra, Iván Fischer (Conductor) Thomas Zehetmair (violin) Sergei Prokofiev (1891 - 1953) Overture on Hebrew themes, Op. 34 Violin concerto No. 2 in G minor, Op. 63 Igor Stravinsky (1882 - 1971) Jeu de cartes The Firebird suite, No. 2 (1919) Live from the Béla Bartók National Concert Hall, Budapest TV direction by Sébastien Glas .
Adrien Perruchon and the Symfonieorkest Vlaanderen: Coppens, Lalo, Ginastera, Copland, Ravel
Symfonieorkest Vlaanderen, Adrien Perruchon (conductor) Josef Spacek (violin) Claude Coppens (b. 1936) Music for Orchestra, op. 12 Edouard Lalo (1823 - 1892) Symphonie espagnole for violin and orchestra op. 21 Alberto Ginastera (1916 - 1983) Dances from Estancia, op. 8a Aaron Copland (1900 - 1990) El Salón México Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Boléro Arturo Márquez (b. 1950) Danzón no. 2 Recorded on March 1st 2017 at the Concertgebouw, Bruges TV Director, Frédéric Caillierez .
Murray Perahia plays Beethoven's Piano Concerto No.5
Murray Perahia (piano) Academy of Saint-Martin-in-the-Fields, Neville Marriner (direction) Ludwig van Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 5 in E flat major op. 73.
Murray Perahia plays Beethoven's Piano Concertos Nos 3 &
Murray Perahia (piano) Academy of Saint-Martin-in-the-Fields, Neville Marriner (direction) Ludwig van Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor op. 37 Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major op. 58.
Murray Perahia plays Beethoven's Piano Concertos Nos 1 &
Murray Perahia (piano) Academy of Saint-Martin-in-the-Fields, Neville Marriner (direction) Ludwig van Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 1 in C major op. 15 Piano Concerto No. 2 in B flat major op. 19.
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 .
Flat Earth Society - Südtirol Jazz Festival
Peter Vermeersch - clarinet Stefaan Blancke - trombone Benjamin Boutreur - saxophone Berlinde Deman - tuba Luc Van Lieshout - trumpet Bart Maris - trumpet Michel Mast - saxophone Marc Meeuwissen - trombone Kristof Roseeuw - double bass Bruno Vansina - saxophone Peter Vandenberghe - piano, keyboards Teun Verbruggen - drums, dustbingrooves Pierre Vervloesem - guitar Wim Willaert - accordion, keyboards Tom Wouters - clarinet, vibraphone, vocal Even in the 20th century, there's a society which claims that the Earth is flat: the Flat Earth Society. The bizarre society was founded in the 19th century in Great Britain and it still believes that pictures taken from space are false. The eponymous 1998 Big Band from Belgium, however, plays anything but flat music. The claim to fame came for this jazz orchestra, founded by artist and clarinettist Peter Vermeersch in 2004, as he and pianist Uri Caine went on tour. In 2006 they released their first CD, 'Psychoscout', followed by their second CD, 'Clear Me, Perverts!' in 2009. A rebel and anti-conformist ensemble with a lot to offer, from faithful adherence to music rules to intoxicating improvisation.
Pura Fé at the Alhambra in Paris - Au fil des Voix festival
Pura Fé's music is a happy mix of Blues, traditional Indian music and Folk Song. Her moving voice conveys an ancestral message from the Native American world and tells how history unites southern Native and African-Americans. Mathis Haugs's contemporary folk-blues brings to mind Ben Harper and Moriarty. But comparisons are irrelevant, as Mathis has developed his own musical world. This project draws its inspiration from the comic album 'Rouge Camargue' by Jean Vilaine and Michel Faure. Pura Fé Cresioni (vocals) Eric Longsworth (cello) Mathis Haug (guitar) Stephane Notari (percussions).
La Clemenza di Tito by Mozart at the Opéra Royal de Wallonie-Liège
La Clemenza di Tito Opera seria in two acts by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791) Libretto by Pietro Mestastasio adapted by Caterino Mazzolà First performance in Prague, National Theatre, 6 September 1791 Orchestre et choeurs de l'Opéra Royal de Wallonie-Liège, Thomas Rösner (Conductor) Pierre Iodice (Chorus master) Julien Lubek, Cécile Roussat (Stage Direction, Sets, Costumes, Lighting, Choreography) Patrizia Ciofi (Vitellia) Anna Bonitatibus (Sesto) Leonardo Cortellazzi (Tito) Veronica Cangemi (Servilla) Cecilia Molinari (Annio) Markus Suihkonen (Publio) Recorded at the Opéra Royal de Wallonie-Liège, 15 May 2019 TV Director, Nicolas Foulon.
Eric Truffaz Quartet - Jazz in Marciac
Erik Truffaz (trumpet) Marcello Giuliani (bass) Benoît Corboz piano (Fender Rhodes) Marc Erbetta (drums) With special guests Nya (voice) Guillaume Perret (saxophone) The trumpet player of Swiss origin, Erik Truffaz,is one of the first European jazzmen to have successfully approached drum'n'bass. In 1991 he founded a quartet which today is composed of Benoît Corboz (keyboards), Marcello Giuliani (bass) and Marc Erbetta (drums and percussion),he explores electronic jazz-fusion much in the same way as Miles Davis and recorded several albums starting from 1994. After an incursion into into rock at the head of his Ladybird Quartet created in 2001, he returned to the formula which had made him successful. In his world, always deeply influenced by Miles Davis, the stridencies of rock alternate with the poetic respites, the rousing grooves with more calm ballads. Recorded at Jazz in Marciac Festival (Circus top), on August 6, 2018 TV Director, Jean-Marc Birraux.
Kenny Barron - Alfa Jazz Fest
Kenny Baron Kenny Barron (piano) Marcus Strickland (saxophone) Riley Mulherkar (trumpet) Kiyoshi Kitagawa (bass) Johnathan Blake (drums) Recorded on June 27, 2019 at the Leopolis Jazz Fest TV Director, Amos Rozenberg.
Roberto Fonseca and Fatoumata Diawara - Pori Jazz Festival
The musical rendezvous of Malian vocalist Fatoumata Diawara and the Cuban pianist Roberto Fonseca is a unique genre-bending collaboration. Diawara, 32, combines his native country's musical tradition and pop influences with remarkable ease. Fonseca, a Buena Vista Social club collaborator, treks the various paths suggested by the rich musical tradition of Africa and Cuba, always adding something contemporary to the mix.
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.
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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Otis Taylor - Sons d'hiver
Otis Taylor - vocals, guitar Anne Harris & Miles Brett - violin Todd Edmunds - bass Larry Thompson - drums.


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