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08:30 
The Grands Motets by du
Ensemble Correspondances, Sébastien Daucé (Conductor) Violaine Le Chenadec, Caroline Weynants, Caroline Bardot (sopranos) Stéphen Collardelle, Lucile Richardot (altos) Davy Cornillot, Francisco Manalich (tenors) Étienne Bazola, Nicolas Brooymans, Renaud Brès (basses) Henry du Mont (1610 - 1684) Grands Motets for the Louvre O mysterium Sub umbra noctis Super flumina Babylonis Recorded on Septembre 13, 2015 at the Festival d'Ambronay Directed by Sébastien Glas .
09:45 
Christian Zacharias and the Orchestre National de Lille: Schumann
Orchestre national de Lille, Christian Zacharias (Conductor and Piano) Robert Schumann Manfred, Overture op. 115 Piano Concerto in A minor op. 54 Symphony no. 4 in D minor op. 120 Recorded on 6,7 & 8 October 2016 at the Nouveau Siècle, Lille Directed by Nicolas Foulon .
11:05 
Hannu Lintu conducts Sibelius' Symphony no.
Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Hannu Lintu (Conductor) Jean Sibelius Symphony no. 6 in D minor, op. 104 Recorded in 2015 at the New Helsinki Music Center (Musiikkitalo) Directed by Laura Joutsi and Hannu Kamppila .
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12:30 
Yom 'Back to the Klezmer' - Banlieues Bleues
Like David Krakauer, the intrepid clarinettist navigates with ease between the acoustic tradition and more electric experiments. With his new quartet, he declares his love for klezmer music. YOM CLARINETS, MAXIME ZAMPIERI TAPAN, DARIO IVKOVIC ACCORDEON, BENOÎT GIFFARD TROMBONE AND TUBA .
13:20 
Medo(s)
Documentary about French jazz vocalist, cornettist and saxhorn player Médéric Collignon with Claude Barthélemy, Jacque Bonnafé, Boris Charmatz, Fréderic Chiffoleau, Maxime Delpierre, Dgiz, Andy Emler, Philippe Gleizes, Mathieu Jerôme, David Lescot, Bernard Lubat, Thomas de Pourquery, André Minvielle, Jean-Francois Morel, Yvan Robilliard, Louis Sclavis, Frank Woeste. .
14:50 
The Bad Plus plays 'Science Fiction' by Ornette Coleman - Jazz à la Villette
The Bad Plus Ethan Iverson - piano Reid Anderson - bass Dave King - drums invites - Tim Berne - alto saxophone Sam Newsome - soprano saxophone Ron Miles - trumpet Recorded on September 12nd 2015 at La Villette jazz festival, Cité de la Musique, Philharmonie 2 TV Director, Samuel Thiebaut.
15:45 
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16:30 
Mazepa by Tchaikovsky at the Mariinsky Theater
Mazepa Opera in three acts by Pyotr Ilych Tchaikovsky (1840 - 1893) Libretto by Victor Burenin after Pushkin's poem 'Poltava' First performance in Moscow, Bolshoi Theatre, 15 February 1884 Mariinsky Orchestra and Chorus, Valery Gergiev (conductor) Ilya Shlepyanov (Stage Direction), Yuri Laptev (Reprise) Vladislav Sulimsky (Mazepa) Stanislav Trofimov (Kochubei) Ekaterina Semenchuk (Lyubov) Maria Bayankina (Maria) Recorded at the Mariinsky Theatre, Saint Petersburg, 9 June 2019 .
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20:30 
Kent Nagano, Yulianna Advdeïeva and the Orchestre symphonique de
Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal, Kent Nagano (Conductor) Yulianna Avdeeva (piano), Jean-Willy Kunz (organ), Olga Gross (harpsichord) Johann Sebastian Bach Suite from orchestral works (arr. G. Mahler) Igor Stravinsky Capriccio for Piano and Orchestra Dmitri Shostakovich Symphony no. 10 in E minor, op. 93 Recorded at the Maison Symphonique de Montréal on November 28th, 2015 Directed by Julien Condemine .
22:10 
Dmitry Shostakovich: A man with many faces
Dmitry Shostakovich: A Man with many Faces Directed by Reiner E. Moritz With Valery Gergiev and Rudolf Barshai Shostakovich is arguably one of the greatest composers of the 20th Century. In commemoration of the 40th anniversary of his death in 1975 we take the oportunity to rivist his life and works. Never before has a filmmaker had the chance to draw on the complete symphonies of the composer, his six concertos, his opera Lady Macbeth and chamber music to demonstrate how Shostakovich managed to uphold creative freedom in spite of the demands of Social Realism. We hear about major setbacks in 1936 and 1948 through rare interviews with the composer himself and his colleague Rudolf Barshai. An evaluation of key works by Valery Gergiev rounds off this picture of a genius, highly decorated and frequently misunderstood. .
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23:30 
Liniker e os Caramelows - Banlieues Bleues
Liniker e os Caramelows Liniker Barros (lyric) Renata Essis (chorus) Eder Araujo (saxophone) Fernando Trz (keyboard) William Zaharanski (guitar) Rafael Barone (Bass) Péricles Zuanon (drums) Marja Lenski (percussion) Led by a transsexuel singer with knock out charisma, this is the soul sensation which has arrived from Brazil and which we haven't finished talking about. It is not for nothing that the group is called 'The Toffees'. Because they are soft, sweet, chewy, amusing, endearing. In less than three years , the Paulites have succeeded in exploding the YouTube audience assessment meters and conquered Brazil with their hybrid tropical soul which fits perfectly into the footsteps of a Tim Maia. Released in 2016, their first album 'Remonta' is a pure chef d'oeuvre of 'funzy', the style which they have created: a sort of languorous funk interspersed with explosions of hard rock. A cross-pollinated and contrasting groove just like their native Brazil. Recorded on April 6th 2018 athe Marbrerie, Montreuil, Banlieues bleues festival Réalisation, Stéphan Jourdain.
00:20 
Joe Zawinul solo
Joe Zawinul solo 1985 Joe Zawinul, Solo Keyboard and Synthesizer Performance Improvisations Recorded on 1985 at the Kongressaal in Munich. TV Director, Janos Darvas .
01:20 
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 
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.
03:45 
Jason Moran 'Bandwagon' - MOODS
Jason Moran (piano), Tarus Mateen (bass), Nasheet Waits (drums) According to 'Rolling Stone' magazine he is the 'the most provocative thinker of the current jazz scene'. Appropriate words to describe the pianist that samples Thelonious Monk, Jimi Hendrix and Turkish telephone calls and works closely with the Performance-Art-Icon Joan Jonas and with Ghostface Killah from Wu-Tang Clan. And so it goes further: 'Jazz Artist of the Year', 'Jazz Album of the Year', 'Pianist of the Year'. In 2011 the New York-based Jason Moran was simultaneously voted to the top of three year's best lists by the renowned 'Downbeat Magazine'. Recognition thus far for the career for the man from Houston, Texas, that - before reaching his thirtieth birthday - has gone straight to the heights of jazz culture. Moran knows the history of jazz piano; his music builds intensively upon it, however it is neither nostalgia nor copy, more a permeation of the tradition in order to create something of one's own. With him, original compositions sound just like classics that one knows, whilst he puts his own spin on standards such that one doubts whether in fact they actually come from him. The concerts of this trio are amongst the best that jazz can offer these days: the tradition at heart, the concept for tomorrow in the head and the fingers define the present.
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