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06:00 
InterMezzo
08:30 
Alexei Volodin plays the 2 Piano concertos by Chopin
Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra, Valery Gergiev (Conductor) Alexei Volodin (piano) Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov The Golden Cockerel, Suite Tsar Saltan, suite Frédéric Chopin Piano Concerto no. 1 in E minor, op. 11 Piano Concerto no. 2 in F minor, op. 21 Recorded at the Mariinsky Theatre II on December the 23th, 2014 Directed by Vincent Massip .
10:30 
Philippe Jaroussky Musical Academy Gala
Philippe Jaroussky Musical Academy Gala Philippe Jaroussky, Countertenor Karine Deshayes, Mezzo-soprano Geneviève Laurenceau, Violin Elise Thibaut, Violin Adrien La Marca, Viola Christian-Pierre La Marca, Cello Yoko Nakamura, harpsichord Jérôme Ducros, piano Maîtrise des Hauts-de-Seine choir Claudio Monteverdi , Sinfonia from the Orfeo and final duet from L'incoronazione di Poppea ' Pur ti miro' Henry Purcell , Dido and Aeneas overture and Lamento de Dido ' When I am laid in earth' Georg Friedrich Haendel, two melodies from Rinaldo, 'Venti turbini ' and 'Lascia ch'io pianga' Giacinto Rossini, La Gazza Ladra overture, Afria from Tancredi ' Di tant palpiti', Aria from The Barber of Seville ' Una voce poco fà' Jules Massenet, Elegy Léo Delibes, Duo des fleurs from Lakmé Georges Bizet, Habanera from Carmen Jacques Offenbach (Final), La Belle Hélène 'Pars pour la Crête' (With the Maitrise des Hauts de Seine) Recorded on 2017, May 23rd at the Seine Musicale, Ile Seguin, Boulogne Billancourt TV Director, Benjamin Bleton .
11:30 
InterMezzo
12:30 
Madama Butterfly by Puccini at the Royal Opera House
Madama Butterfly Tragedia giapponese by Giacomo Puccini (1858 - 1924) Libretto by Giuseppe Giacosa and Luigi Illica after David Belasco's play 'Madame Butterfly' First performance in Milan, Teatro alla Scala, 17 February 1904 Orchestra and Chorus of the Royal Opera House, Antonio Pappano (Conductor) Moshe Leiser, Patrice Caurier (Stage Direction) Christian Fenouillat (Sets), Agostino Cavalca (Costumes) Ermonela Jaho (Cio-Cio-San) Marcelo Puente (Pinkerton) Scott Hendricks (Sharpless) Carlo Bosi (Goro) Elizabeth DeShong (Suzuki) Jeremy White (Bonze) Emily Edmonds (Kate Pinkerton) Gyula Nagy (Imperial Commissioner) Yuriy Yurchuk (Prince Yamadori) Recorded at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London, 2017 Directed by Matthew Woodward .
14:50 
The Bennewitz Quartet plays Janacek's string quartets
Bennewitz Quartet Jakub Fišer (1st violin), Štepán Ježek (2nd violin), Jirí Pinkas (viola), Štepán Doležal (cello) Leoš Janácek (1854 - 1928) String quartet no 1 ''Kreutzer Sonata'' String quartet no 2 ''Intimate letters'' Recorded 24-28 August 2018 at the Tugendhat Villa, Brno, Czech Republic Directed by Petr Vejslik .
15:35 
InterMezzo
16:30 
The Tatarstan National Symphony Orchestra : Glinka, Tchaikovsky and Moussorgsky
Tatarstan National Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Sladkovsky (Conductor) Denis Matsuev (piano) Mikhail Glinka Ouverture to Ruslan and Lyudmila Piotr Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto no. 2 in G major op. 44 Modest Mussorgsky (orch. Maurice Ravel) Pictures at an exhibition Recorded on December 6, 2016 at the Musikverein, Vienna .
17:55 
The Tatarstan National Symphony Orchestra plays Rachmaninov and Tchaikovsky with Denis Matsuev
Tatarstan National Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Sladkovsky (conductor) Denis Matsuev (piano) Sergei Rachmaninov Isle of the dead, op. 29 Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 1 in F sharp minor, op. 1 Piotr Ilych Tchaikovsky Symphony 'Manfred' in B minor, op. 58 Recorded at the Saydashev Grand Concert Hall, City of Kazan (Russia) on June 05th, 2014.
19:45 
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20:31 
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.
21:30 
Erik Truffaz / Murcof / Enki Bilal - Being Human Being - Jazzdor
Enki Bilal, visual illustrations Erik Truffaz, trumpet Murcof, electronics Dominique Mahut, percussions.
22:45 
Erik Truffaz Quartet - Jazz sous les pommiers
Erik Truffaz 4tet - Jazz sous les pommiers Festival 35th edition With Erik Truffaz, trumpet Marcello Giuliani, bass BenoÏt Corboz, keyboards Arthur Hnatek, drums Greatly appreciated for their memorable performances in Coutances, the quartet of Erik Truffaz is back with a new album called Doni Doni . Always composed of the bassist Marcello Giuliani, Benoït Corboz on the keyboards, the group draws new energy since the arrival of Arthur Hnatek , a young drummer from New York who officiates with Tigran Hamasyan . Their music , enriched with world influences , oscillates slightly between jazz and instrumental pop . Their stage performance style is marked by their great musical complicity and a widely shared with their audience pleasure. Recorded on May 5th 2016 at the Macel Helie Hall, Coutances TV direction by Thierry Villeneuve .
00:15 
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.
01:15 
The Daptone Super Soul Revue - Jazz à Vienne
The Daptone Super Soul Revue featuring Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings, Charles Bradley and his Extraordinaires, Antibalas, The Sugarman 3 with special guests If there's a label today in New York that still captures the spirit of vintage soul as defined by the artists of the Apollo Theatre, it has got to be Daptone Records. The label's revue is greatly anticipated for the return of its star Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings with their new album: 'Give the People What They Want' (2013). With their unique mix of rough Rhythm'n'blues, funk and lascivious ballads, Sharon and her eight funkateers revive a mighty and festive style of soul. On stage, Sharon Jones (a native of Alberta, like James Brown) is sensational. Equally at ease with funky train and shing a ling, her smoky voice harks back to the greatest hours at the Apollo. Singer Charles Bradley from Brooklyn is a survivor from the 70's. He recorded his first album ('No Time for Dreaming', on Daptone Rec.) at the age of 62 and is now enjoying success, telling his own story, that of a normal working guy who earned his living as a cook during the week and did James Brown impersonations at the weekend. His magnificent resurrection has now produced a second album, 'Victim of Love'. The proto funk spiced with afrobeat of the Antibalas gang and the chicken style saxophone of Neil Sugarman are further highlights of the revue. .
02:45 
Arto Lindsay - New Morning
Arto Lindsay (guitar,vocals), Kassa Overall (drums), Melvin Gibbs (bass), Paul Wilson (keyboards), Marivaldo Paim (percussion) .
03:45 (05:05)
Jamie Cullum - Lotos Jazz festival
Jamie Cullum Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra Recorded on February 26th 2017 in Katowice, Lotos Jazz Festival TV Director, Samuel Thiebaut.

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