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Daniele Gatti conducts Salome by Strauss at De Nationale Opera, Amsterdam
Salome, musikdramma in one act by Richard Strauss (1864 - 1949) Libretto by Hedwig Lachmann, translation of Oscar Wilde's 'Salome' First performance in Dresde, Hofoper, 9 December 1945. Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Daniele Gatti (Conductor) Ivo van Hove (Stage Direction) Jan Versweyveld (Sets), An D'Huys (Costumes), Jan Versweyveld (Lighting) Lance Ryan (Herodes) Doris Soffel (Herodias) Malin Byström (Salome) Evgeny Nikitin (Jochanaan) Peter Sonn (Narraboth) Hanna Hipp (Ein Page der Herodias) Dietmar Kerschbaum (1. Jude) Marcel Reijans (2. Jude) Mark Omvlee (3. Jude) Marcel Beekman (4. Jude) Alexander Vassiliev (5. Jude) James Creswell (1. Nazarener) Roger Smeets (2. Nazarener) Recorded on June 27, 2017 at Dutch National Opera & Ballet, Amsterdam TV Director, Franįois Roussillon.
The Orchestre Philharmonique de
Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo, Rauf Abdullayev (Conductor) Alim Qasimov (voix) Fikrat Amirov (1922 - 1984) Symphonic Mugham 'Kyurd Ovshary' Symphonic Mugham 'Gulustan Bayati Shiraz' Azerbaijani Capriccio 'Song of the blind Arab' from the opera 'Sheikh Sanan' Recorded at the Opéra de Monte-Carlo, 12 May 2019 Directed by Franįois-René Martin .
Interview Rauf Abdullayev
Shoot the Moon, choreography by Sol Leķn & Paul Lightfoot
Shoot The Moon Sol Leķn & Paul Lightfoot (choreography) Philip Glass (Music), Movement II from Tirol Concerto for piano and orchestra Tom Bevoort (Ligth design) Sol Leķn & Paul Lightfoot (sets & costume) Nederland Dans Theater company With Chloé Albaret, Olivier Coëffard, Jorge Nozal, Roger van der Poel, Meng-Ke Wu Recorded from February 11 to 16, 2019 at the Lucent Theater, The Hague TV Director, Tommy Pascal .
Walk The Demon by Marco Goecke - Nederland Dans Theater
Walk The Demon Marco Goecke (chorographu) Antony & the Johnsons (Music), The Lake ; Everything is new. Pavel Haas (music), From String Quartet no. 2, Opus 7 (Arrangement by Marijn van Prooijen) The Moon and I, Part 3 'From the monkey Mountains' Pehr Henrik Nordgren (music), From String Quartet, opus 54, Part 2: 'Dance Away your Worries' Jan Pieter Koch (Musical Advisor ) Udo Haberland (Llgth design) Marco Goecke (sets & costume) Ralitza Malehounova (assistant to choreographer) Nederland Dans Theater Company With Lydia Bustinduy. Olivier Coëffard, Prince Credell, Guido Dutilh, Madoka Kariya, Gregory Lau, Jorge Nozal, Roger van der Poel, Luca Tessarini, Meng-Ke Wu Recorded from February 11 to 16, 2019 at the Lucent Theater, The Hague TV Director, Tommy Pascal .
An Evening with the NDT
Nederlands Dans Theater (NDT 1) The Statement (creation on 2016) Piece for 4 dancers Choreography, Crystal Pite Lighting, Tom Visser Sets, Jay Gower Taylor Costume, Crystal Pite, Joke Visser Dramaturgy, Jonathon Young Lyrics, Meg Roe, Colleen Wheeler, Andrew Wheeler, Jonathon Young Music, Owen Belton Stop-Motion (creation on 2014) Piece for 8 dancers Choreography, Sol Le?´n et Paul Lightfoot Lighting, Tom Bevoort Sets, Sol Le?´n et Paul Lightfoot Costume, Joke Visser et Hermien Hollander Video Conception , Sol Le?´n et Paul Lightfoot Video direction, Rahi Rezvani Music, Max Richter Recorded on May 29 & 30, July 3, 2018 at the Lucent Theater, The Hague, Netherlands TV Director, Tommy Pascal.
Garden, choreography by Medhi Walerski
Garden for 10 dancers Choreography by Medhi Walerski Dramaturgy by Pierre Pontvianne Music by Camille Saint-Saëns - Quintet for string and piano in A minor op. 14, Andante sostenuto. Sound creation by Pierre Pontvianne Light creatin and scenography by Theun Mosk Costume by Medhi Walerski and Joke Visser World creation on September 22nd 2016, at the Zuiderstrandtheater, The Hague, Netherlands Nederlands Dans Theater's dancers : Chloé Albaret, Jon Bond, Olivier Coëffard, Chuck Jones, Anne Jung, Marne van Opstal, Sarah Reynolds, Yukino Takaura, Rupert Tookey, Katarina van den Wouwe Recorded on October 20th & 21st 2016 at the Lucent Theater, The Hague, TV Director, Louise Narboni.
La Bayadčre, choreography by Nacho Duato at the Mikhailovsky Theater, Saint-Petersburg
La Bayadčre Ballet in three acts Music by Ludwig Minkus Choreography by Nacho Duato Stage Designer, Costume Designer: Angelina Atlagic Lighting Design: Brad Fields Conductor: Pavel Sorokin Live from the Mikhailovsky Theatre, Saint Petersburg .
Benvenuto Cellini by Berlioz at De Nationale Opera, Amsterdam
Benvenuto Cellini, opera in two acts by Hector Berlioz (1803 -1869) Libretto de Léon de Wailly and Auguste Barbier First performance in Paris, Opéra, 10 September 1838 Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir Mark Elder (Conductor) Chorus of the Dutch National Opera Terry Gilliam (Stage Direction) John Osborn (Benvenuto Cellini) Maurizio Muraro (Giacomo Balducci) Laurent Naouri (Fieramosca) Orlin Anastassov (Le Pape Clement VII) Nicky Spence (Francesco) Scott Conner (Bernardino) André Morsch (Pompeo) Marcel Beekman (Le Cabaretier) Mariangela Sicilia (Teresa) Michčle Losier (Ascanio) Recorded on May 18, 2015 at De Nationale Opera, Amsterdam Directed by Franįois Roussillon .
Avishai Cohen Trio - Zadymka Festival
Avishai Cohen Trio Avishai Cohen (double bass and lyric) Omri Mor (Piano) Itamar Doari (percussion) Noam David (drums) During the course of recent decades, the bass player, singer, composer and leader of the Avishai CohenTrio has confirmed that he is currently one of the greatest bass players. It is however as a composer that he is asserting himself more and more. This concert is a mixture of of standards which are popular with his followers, but also some new compositions. Recorded on February 25th 2018 at the NOSPR Concert hall, Katowice, Zadymka Festival TV Director, Samuel Thiebaut .
Rhoda Scott's Lady Quartet + Special Guest Bernard Purdie - Jazz ā vienne
Lady Quartet Rhoda Scott (organ), Airelle Besson (trumpet), Lisa Cat-Berro (saxophone alto), Géraldine Laurent (saxophone alto) Sophie Alour (Saxophone tenor) Julie Saury (drums) Special guest Bernard Purdie (drums) Since 2004, the organist Rhoda Scott has been at the helm (sparked by an idea from Jazz ā Vienne) of the torrid and well-named Lady Quartet, in the company of her Amazons Lisa Cat-Berro, Julie Saury and Sophie Alour. As euphoric and punchy as her young companions in the heat of the action, Rhoda Scott is one of the few still to use the pedals on her Hammond organ. Hence her nickname, 'the barefoot organist' (or 'the absolute toe' in the words of Luigi Trussardi!). After helping to raise the temperature in French jazz venues for the past 50 years, Lady Scott will be celebrating her eightieth birthday this year. She'll be blowing out the boogie candles and setting the gospel cake and soulful chorus on fire. The organist is the daughter of a travelling pastor from New Jersey and grew up in religious communities. She graduated with a master's degree from the Manhattan School of Music and set off for France to complete her studies with Nadia Boulanger. Back in New York, she began by playing with Count Basie. But then she decided to try her luck in Paris, where she arrived right in the month of May 1968. Featuring original compositions and covers ranging from Trenet to Wayne Shorter, 'We Free Queens' (2017), with the title proudly adapted from 'We Free Kings' by Roland Kirk, was recorded live. For Vienne a Lady All-Stars is billed, with Airelle Besson (trumpet), Géraldine Laurent (tenor saxophone) and Anne Pacéo (drums), plus the drummer Bernard Purdie. Recorded on July 3, 2018 at the Festival Jazz ā Vienne TV Director, Fabien Raymond.
Ambrose Akinmusire Quartet - Jazz ā Vienne
Ambrose Akinmusire Quartet Ambrose Akinmusire (trumpet) Sam Harris (piano), Harish Raghavan (bass guitar), Justin Brown (drums) This young trumpet player (aged 36), an American of Nigerian heritage, has an impeccable background (from Berkeley High School to the first prize in the Thelonious Monk competition in 2007), but is much more than an impressive academic CV. He aims to create a personal world 'dedicated to beauty'. Akinmusire was born and raised in Oakland, California and first attracted the attention of the saxophonist Steve Coleman, who asked him to join Five Elements. Ambrose Akinmusire was then 19. He released his first album, 'Prelude (To Cora)', and moved to New York, where he played with Vijay Iyer, Aaron Parks, Esperanza Spalding and Jason Moran. In 2010, he worked with Terri Lyne Carrington, Ron Carter, Wallace Roney, Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter. Everyone could see that this creative and surprising trumpet player would be a name to watch in contemporary jazz. This view was shared by the Blue Note label, who signed him up. The albums 'When the Heart Emerges Glistening' and 'The Imagined Savior is Far Easier to Paint' were released in 2011 and 2014. The artist draws his landscapes, visions, ideas and states of mind - pure grace! Akinmusire explores the two sides of his temperament: introspection and lyrical ebullience. In summer 2017, he released 'A Rift in Decorum - Live at the Village Vanguard', a double CD recorded at the legendary club in New York, featuring 16 new compositions in two wide-ranging sets, in defiance of gravity. Recorded on July 9, at the Festival Jazz ā Vienne TV Director, Fabien Raymon.
Wynton Marsalis Septet - Jazz in Marciac
Wynton Marsalis Septet with special guest Naseer Shamma Wynton Marsalis (trumpet), Dan Nimmer (piano), Carlos Henriquez (Double bass), Ali Jackson (drums), Walter Blanding (Saxophone tenor), Jeffery Miller (Trombone), Immanuel Wilkins (Saxophone), Naseer Shamma (oud) Recorded on August 7th 2017 at Jazz in Marciac TV Director, Jean-Marc Birraux .
Slowly Rolling Camera - LOTOS Jazz Festival
Slowly Rolling Camera With Dave Stapleton, keyboards Dionne Bennett, vocals Deri Roberts, DJ Elliot Bennett, drums Stuart McCallum, guitar Ben Waghorn, saxophone Aidan Thorne, bass Recorded on March, 4th 2016, during the LOTOS Jazz Festival Bielska Zadymka Jazzowa, Bielsko-Biala (Poland) Samuel Thiebaut, TV director .
John Escreet trio - Bimhuis (Amsterdam)
John Escreet trio John Escreet piano, John Hebert bass, Tyshawn Sorey drums Recorded at Bimhuis (Amsterdam) in November 2014 TV Director, Jean-Pierre Zirn.
Magic Malik - Banlieues Bleues
Magic Malik Rythms and dancses from Cameroon Magic Malik, flute, voice, co-composer, co-artistic direction, Hilaire Penda co-composer, co-artistic direction, Zaf Zapha, bass, Maciek Lassere, saxophone, William Ombe, percussions, voice, Merclin Nyakam, choreography, dance, voice Created in 2017 on the occasion of the residence of Magic Malik in Royaumont, this programme focusing on Cameroon was an invitation to see much further by looking much closer. To start with, it was a question of an encounter between the flautist with large antennas and a Fulani flute played by the Burkino Faso citizen Dramane Dembelé. However, along the way, the imagined project with the late Hilaire Penda and of which the Cameroonian dancer Merlin Nyakam has become the principle mediator, feeds off traces from the past in order to question the very nature of what we call jazz and to fertilise it by projecting it into the contemporary field of a 'creolised' world'. Recorded on March 28, 2019 at the Banlieues Bleues festival TV Director, Guillaume Dero.
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