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06:06 
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08:30 
Polar Bear - Südtirol Jazz Festival
Sebastian Rochford - drums Mark Lockheart - saxophone Pete Wareham - tenor saxophone Tom Herbert - double bass John Leafcutter - laptop, controllers This quintet, led by Sebastian Rochford, occupies a leading position on the London scene. Nominated in 2003 and 2004 for the BBC 'Rising Star' Jazz Award, in 2005 Polar Bear were nominated for the Mercury Prize. Following their excellent album 'Peepers' (2010), the band took a long break, returning to make it onto the Mercury Prize shortlist in 2014 with 'In Each and Every One'. The tracks on this CD are musical slow food, finely spiced and prepared: minimalism and electronics meet funk, free jazz and complex dance rhythms. Their new CD 'Same as You' was actually conceived of as a single piece, finally resulting in six tracks in which the ensemble develop their sound experiments. .
09:24 
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 .
10:34 
Troyka - Südtirol Jazz Festival
Troyka Chris Montague - guitar, loop Joshua Blackmore - drums Kit Downes - organ Troyka are rooted in the jazz tradition and are at the same time hiply contemporary. Atmospheres often change in a single piece, almost to the point of paradox: hard and aggressive guitar riffs mix with gentle keyboard motifs, while composition and improvisation combine as one. This blend of garage rock, jazz improvisations and dance music defies labelling: the band sound like 'King Crimson for the iPod generation,' as the London listings magazine 'Time Out' put it. One thing is for sure: this trio forms part of a generation of young musicians who reject the limits of genre, with the decisive question no longer 'What is it?' but 'Is it good?'. .
11:21 
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12:30 
Donizetti's Don Pasquale at the Opéra national
Don Pasquale 'Dramma buffo' in three acts by Gaetano Donizetti (1797 - 1848) Libretto by Giovanni Ruffini First performance in Paris, Théâtre Italien, 3 January 1843 Orchestre national Montpellier Occitanie, Michele Spotti (Conductor) Chœur de l'Opéra national Montpellier Occitanie, Noëlle Gény (Chorus Master) Valentin Schwarz (Stage direction, lighting) Andrea Cozzi (Sets, costumes, lighting) Bruno Taddia (Don Pasquale) Julia Muzychenko (Norina) Edoardo Milletti (Ernesto) Tobias Greenhalgh (Dottor Malatesta) Xin Wang (Un Notaro) Recorded February 2019 at the Opéra national Montpellier Occitanie .
14:34 
Andris Nelsons and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra: Beethoven, Dean, Scriabin
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Andris Nelsons (Conductor) Håkan Hardenberger (trumpet), Pierre-Laurent Aimard (piano) Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) The Creatures of Prometheus, Op. 43 Brett Dean (né en 1961) Dramatis personae Alexander Skryabin (1871 - 1915) Prométhée, le poème du feu Recorded on 17 January 2020 at the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam .
16:06 
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16:30 
Angelin Preljocaj : New York pieces,
Pieces from New York Angelin Preljocaj, choreographer Ballet Preljocaj Spectral Evidence (2013) For 8 dancers Music, John Cage Costume, Olivier Theyskens Lighting, Mark Stanley Recreated by, Dany Levêque With Victor Caliz Martinez, Baptiste Coissieu, Verity Jacobsen, Jean-Charles Jousni; Emilie Lalande, Céline Marié, Nuriya Nagimova, Simon Ripert La Stravaganza (1997) For 12 dancers Music by : Antonio Vivaldi (Concerto n°8, RV249, extracts from Dixit Dominus, Laudate Pueri Dominum) Evelyn Ficarra (Source of Uncertainty) Serge Morand (Naïves) Robert Normandeau (Eclats de voix) Åke Parmerud (Dark Objects) Scenography, Maya Schweizer Costume, Hervé Pierre Lighting, Mark Stanley Recreated by, Noémie Perlov With Verity Jacobsen, Nuriya Nagimova, Emilie Lalande, Anna Tatarova, Margaux Coucharrière, Céline Marié, Victor Caliz Martinez, Simon Ripert, Baptiste Coissieu, Jean-Charles Jousni, Aaron Smeding, Redi Shtylla Live from Festival Montpellier Danse, Opéra Berlioz - Le Corum TV Director, Denis Caïozzi.
17:41 
La Fresque - choreography by Angelin Preljocaj
La Fresque (The Painting on the Wall) Angelin Preljocaj, choreography After the chinese traditional fairy, The Painting on the Wall Preljocaj Ballet Nicolas Godin, Music collaboration on specific tracks Azzedine Alaïa, Costume Constance Guisset, Sets and video Erice Soyer, Lumières Dancers Yurié Tsugawa, Margaux Coucharrière, Clara Freschel, Nuriya Nagimova, Anna Tatarova, Jean-Charles Jousni, Sergi Amoros Aparicio, Marius Delcourt, Antoine Dubois, Fran Sanchez Take a look beyond the surface of images with Ballet Preljocaj, in a performance at the crossroads between culture, aesthetics and time. When dance tells us about tales and popular representations, icons and illusion. Recorded on June 15th, 16th et 17th 2017 at La Criée, National Theater of Marseille, France TV Director, François-René Martin .
18:57 
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20:30 
Moscow Soloists Chamber Orchestra and Yury Bashmet: Grieg, Bodrov, Tchaikovsky
Moscow Soloists Chamber Orchestra, Yury Bashmet (Conductor & viola) Edvard Grieg (1843 - 1907) From Holberg's Times, Suite, Op. 40 - Prelude Kuzma Bodrov (b. 1980) 'Reflections' on the theme of the 24 Caprice by N. Paganini in the style of Beethoven, Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Prokofiev and Berg (2018) Pyotr Tchaikovsky (1840 - 1890) Souvenir de Florence, op.70 (version for string orchestra) Recorded at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, Moscow, 24 January 2019 .
22:01 
Opening concert of the Winter International Arts Festival of Sochi
Moscow Soloists, Yuri Bashmet (direction) Brassfire Band Jens Lindemann (trumpet), Elisabeth Leonskaja (piano), Gabriele Nani (baritone), Vadim Repin (violin), Kristian Alexandrov (piano), Jeremy Coates (bass), Joel Fountain (percussions) Christoph Willibald Gluck Overture to Orfeo ed Euridice Joseph Haydn Concerto for trumpet in E minor, Hob.:VIIe/1 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Piano Concerto no. 9 in E minor, KV271 Gioachino Rossini Figaro's Cavatina (« Il Barbiere di Siviglia ») Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 'Non piu andrai' (Le Nozze di Figaro) Piotr Illitch Tchaikovsky Meditation op. 42 no. 1 Maurice Ravel Tzigane Bela Bartok Romanian Folk Dances, Sz.56 Allan Gilliland Dreaming of Masters III Recorded on 13 February 2015 at the Winter International Arts Festival, Sochi (Russia) Directed by William Japhet .
23:35 
R+R=NOW (Glasper, Scott, Hodge, McFerrin...) - Jazz à Vienne
R+R=Now Robert Glasper (keyboards), Terrace Martin (saxophone), Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah (trumpet), Derrick Hodge (bass), Justin Tyson (drums), Taylor McFerrin (keyboard, vocals) The saxophonist Terrace Martin, the multi-instrumentalist and producer from Los Angeles, who can be heard in some of the biggest hits of Kendrick Lamar and YG or backing Snoop Dogg, Billy Higgins and Herbie Hancock, has just completed a busy year. Along with the release of 'Sounds of Crenshaw Vol.1', an album by his group The Pollyseeds (with, among others, Kamasi Washington, Robert Glasper and Problem), as well as his contribution to the famous 'Loyalty' by the duo K. Lamar/Rihanna, he has produced the latest album by YG and toured with Herbie Hancock, whose current work he is also producing. To round off the year, he whipped up the crowds last year with Robert Glasper and a real Who's Who in contemporary US jazz (see line-up) in the supergroup concept named R+R=Now. The pianist Robert Glasper announced and described the project to Billboard: 'we all come from the same concrete garden and we make fluid, honest and open music ranging from jazz, hip hop and EDM to reggae!' Recorded on July 4th at Jazz à Vienne Festival TV Director, Fabien Raymond.
00:40 
Roberto Fonseca - Jazz à Vienne
Roberto Fonseca ABUC & Special Guests Roberto Fonseca, piano, keyboard, vocal Eliades Ochoa, vocal, guitar Daymé Arocena, vocal Ucha, vocal Javier Zalba, saxophone, flute, clarinet Jimmy Jenks, saxophone Matthew Simon, trumpet Ramses 'Dinamite' Rodriguez, drums Adel Gonzalez, percussion Yandy Martinez, Electric & acoustic bass Ariel Gustavo Vigo Muniz, saxophone The 40-something star of Cuban jazz (born in Havana in 1975) with nine albums under his belt (the last is Ubuc) and former pianist for the Buena Vista Social Club is a hero of new musica habanera. The piano and percussion maestro (he started out as a drummer) studied music for a long time in Havana. Meeting the saxophonist Javier Zalba from the band Irakere inspired Fonseca to explore alternative music such as Keith Jarrett or Herbie Hancock and traditional beats. He began blending vibrant Cuban rhythms with Santeria's African roots, classical music and jazz ('Yo', 2012). Roberto Fonseca is now seen as an icon of Latin jazz and a potential heir to Chucho Valdes. After a poignant duet with the Mali singer Fatoumata Diawara (2014), the pianist is back with Eliades Ochoa, one of the latest figures in the Buena Vista Social Club and the best-known Cuban vocalist on the scene. He's also joined by 25 year old Daymé Arocena, a singer who blends traditional rumba, jazz, soul and Yoruba culture. Recorded on 2017, July, 7th at the Jazz Festival in Vienne TV Director, Nicolas Micha .
02:30 
Manu Katché, Richard Bona, Mike Stern, Niels Lan Doky - Jazz in Marciac
Mike Stern (guitar) Niels Lan Doky (piano) Richard Bona (bass) Manu Katché (drums) The Cameroonian international artist Richard Bona at first became known as a bass player in the company of jazz musicians before beginning a career as a singer and composer in 1999. He interprets his own songs and now has more than half a dozen albums under his belt. Jazz Grand Prix winner of the SACEM, Richard Bona never cheats, but then, he doesn't need to. For those who may be unaware, Mike Stern is one of the greatest jazz-rock guitarists, and has been for more than twenty years now. Pupil of Pat Metheny, he was at first spotted by Billy Cobham and then by Miles Davis at the beginning of the 1980's, he was then taken on by Jaco Pastorius and an active member of 'Steps Ahead' with Danny Sanborn before starting out on a promising solo career . The drummer and percussionist Manu Katché has been for some thirty years one of the most sought after musicians at an international level on the jazz, rock and pop scenes. He became known in 1986 thanks to his participation in the album 'So' by Peter Gabriel and since then has been performing non-stop in groups or for recordings, as leader or as sideman. Whatever the context he demonstrates his magnificent technique. Recorded at Jazz in Marciac Festival (Circus top), on August 6, 2018 TV Director, Jean-Marc Birraux.
03:30 
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.
04:40 
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 .
05:50 (07:26)
Esbjörn Svensson Trio - Nalen, Stockholm
Esbjörn Svensson Trio Esbjörn Svensson (piano), Dan Berglund (bass) Magnus Oström (Drums) Playlist Good morning Susie Soho From Gagarin's point of view definitio of a dog the fce of love bowling dodge the dodo 'round midnight bernsha swing Recorded on December 10th 2000 at Nalen, Stockholm TV Direction, Paul Möllerstedt, Johan Larsson, Petter Persson, Bobo Ericzén, Mans Dahlkvist, Tobias Anerhult.

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