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08:30 
Valery Gergiev conducts Samson et Dalila by Saint-Säens
Samson et Dalila, opera in three acts by Camille Saint-Saëns (1835 - 1921) Libretto by Ferdinand Lemaire. First performance in Weimar, Grossherzogliches Theater, 2 December 1877 Mariinski Theatre Orchestra & Chorus, Valery Gergiev (Conductor) Andrei Petrenko (Chorus Master) Yannis Kokkos (Stage Director, Sets) Yannis Kokkos, Paola Mariani (Costumes), Anne Blancard (Dramaturgy), Michael Bauer (Lighting), Maxim Petrov (Choreography), Eric Duranteau (Video) Ekaterina Semenchuk (Dalila) Gregory Kunde (Samson) Roman Burdenko (Le Grand Prêtre de Dagon) Mikhail Petrenko (Abimélech) Recorded on 25 Mai & 2 June 2016 at the Mariinsky (Saint Petersburg) Directed by Louise Narboni .
10:40 
The London Symphony Orchestra and Antonio Pappano: Sibelius, Bernstein, Nielsen
London Symphony Orchestra, Antonio Pappano (Conductor) Janine Jansen (violin) Jean Sibelius (1865 - 1957) The Oceanides Leonard Bernstein (1918 - 1990) Serenade Carl Nielsen (1865 -1931) Symphony No 4 ('The Inextinguishable') Recorded at the Barbican Hall, London, 5 February 2017 TV Director Corentin Leconte.
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12:30 
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.
13:45 
The Tatarstan National Symphony Orchestra plays Prokofiev, Liszt and Lutoslawski with Denis Matsuev
Tatarstan State Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Sladkovsky (conductor) Denis Matsuev (piano) Franz Liszt Concerto No. 2 for Piano and Orchestra Witold Lutoslawski Variations on Paganini's theme for Piano and Orchestra Sergei Prokofiev Concerto No. 3 for Piano and Orchestra Sergei Rachmaninov Symphony No.1 Recorded on March 10th, 2014 at the Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory TV Director, François Goetghebeur .
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16:30 
Le Nozze di Figaro by Mozart at the Opéra de Wallonie-Liège
Le Nozze di Figaro Opera buffa in four acts by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791) Libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte after Pierre-Augustin Beaumarchais' 'La folle journée, ou Le mariage de Figaro' First performance in Vienna, Burgtheater, 1 May 1786 Orchestre et Chœurs de l'Opéra Royal de Wallonie- Liège, Christophe Rousset (Conductor) Pierre Iodice (Chorus Master) Emilio Sagi (Stage Direction) Daniel Bianco (Sets), Gabriela Salaverri (Costumes), Eduardo Bravo (Lighting), Nuria Castejon (Choreography) Mario Cassi (Il Conte Almaviva) Judith Van Wanroij (La Contessa Almaviva) Leon Kosavic (Figaro) Jodie Devos (Susanna) Raffaella Milanesi (Cherubino) Julien Véronèse (Dottore Bartolo) Alexise Yerna (Marcellina) Julie Mossay (Barbarina) Enrico Casari (Don Basilio) Patrick Delcour (Antonio) Recorded on April 10, 2018 at the Opéra Royal de Wallonie- Liège Directed by Arnaud Lalanne .
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20:30 
Introduction à L'histoire de Manon par Aurélie Dupont
Aurélie Dupont interviewed by Cédric Klapisch.
20:45 
Manon's story by K. MacMillan, Palais Garnier, Paris
Manon's Story (L'histoire de Manon) Choreography and staging, Kenneth MacMillan Music, Jules Massenet arranging and orchestrating by Martin Yates Set and costume, Nicholas Georgiadis Lighting, John B. Read Opéra national de Paris orchestra Conductor, Martin Yates With The Étoiles and the Corps de Ballet Manon, Aurélie Dupont Des Grieux, Roberto Bolle Lescaut, Manon's brother, Stéphane Bullion Lescaut's mistress, Alice Renavand Monsieur de G. M., Benjamin Pech Madame, Viviane Descoutures The jailer, Karl Paquette Recorded on May 12th and 18th 2015 at the Opéra National de Paris, Palais Garnier TV Director, Cédric Klapisch, co-TV Director, Miguel Octave .
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23:30 
Robert Glasper Trio - Melbourne International Jazz Festival
Robert Glasper Trio at the Melbourne International Jazz Festival 2016 Robert Glapser, piano Vicente Archer, bass Damion Reid, batterie Recorded around Nat King Cole's Steinway at Capital records in Hollywood, the Robert Glasper Trio's latest album 'Covered' reimagines the music of Glasper's idols and peers, including Kendrick Lamar, Radiohead and Joni Mitchell. Experience the evolution of jazz first-hand, in this up-close encounter with modern jazz royalty. Recorded on June 4th 2016 at the Bennetts Lane Jazz Club, Melbourne TV direction by Mathieu Mastin.
00:30 
Becca Stevens - Moods
Becca Stevens (vocal, guitar, charango, ukulele) Liam Robinson (piano, accordion, vocal) Chris Tordini (bass, vocal) Jordan Perlson (drums, percussions) An enchanting singer-songwriter-jewel from New York! Becca Stevens sings, acts, dances, plays guitar, ukulele and Charango - knows how to write good songs and how one brings them to the stage in a gripping manner! Full of warmth and urgency, she sings herself into the hearts of the audience. From North Carolina, Stevens comes from a musical family and is part of the New York scene. Joshua Redman and Brad Mehldau are also two of her biggest fans. Her last album 'Weightless' was in the Top Ten of the international songwriter charts. Her music is a mixture of folk, jazz and pop, her voice is captivating.
01:30 
Django Bates' Beloved - Oslo Jazz Festival
Django Bates (piano) Petter Eldh (double bass) Peter Bruun (drums) Django Bates' Beloved is a new project by the eccentric British pianist, which was formed after the release of 'Django Bates - Beloved Bird'. Here, Django collaborated with Petter Eldh (bass) and Peter Bruun (drums), where they reinterpreted old Charlie Parker classics in combination with some of Bates' own compositions. This collaboration was proving very inspiring and Bates decided to continue pursuing the project. Now, the project consists of mix of Django's own compositions alongside Parker classic songs. TV Director, Alfred Hartz.
02:30 
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. .
03:30 
The Bad Plus - Skoda Jazz Festival
Ethan Iverson: piano Reid Anderson: bass David King: drums.
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