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Dialogues des Carmélites by Francis Poulenc at the Bavarian Opera
Dialogues des Carmelites Opera in three acts by by Francis Poulenc Libretto by Francis Poulenc after Georges Bernanos' play First performance in Milan, Teatro alla Scala, 26 january 1957 Kent Nagano (direction) Dmitri Tcherniakov (stage direction) Alain Vernhes (Marquis de la Force), Blanche Gritton (Blanche de la Force), Bernard Richter (Chevalier de la Force), Felicity Palmer (Madame de Croissy), Soile Isokoski (Madame Lidoine), Susanne Resmark (Mère Marie), Hélène Guilmette (Soeur Constance), Heike Grotzinger (Soeur Mathilde), Bayerisches Staatsorchester Recorded at Nationaltheater, Munich, 2010 In his 1957 opera Dialogues des Carmélites, French composer Francis Poulenc sets revolution and religion on a collision course: young Blanche de la Force, haunted from birth by panic attacks, seeks refuge in the isolation of a convent, where she hopes to overcome her torturous fear of life. Her entry into the Order of the Carmelites and her conversations with the other nuns strengthen her and her faith, but the fear remains. The French Revolution does not stop at the walls of the convent and prohibits the nuns from carrying out the rules of their order. They rise in opposition, even accepting a martyr's death rather than give in. All except Blanche - she flees again, terrified of death. The steadfastness with which the sisters face their martyrdom rescues Blanche from her anxiety. Fearlessly, she follows them to the gallows. .
Mendelssohn's Symphonies nos.2 & 3 by Yannick Nézet-Séguin and the Chamber Orchestra of Europe
Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Yannick Nézet-Séguin (conductor) RIAS Kammerchor Karina Gauvin (soprano), Regula Mühlemann (soprano), Daniel Behle (tenor) Felix Mendelssohn (1809 - 1847) Symphony no 3 'Scottish' Symphony no 2 'Hymn of Praise' Recorded on February the 20th, 2016 at the Philharmonie 1 of Paris - Grande Salle TV director, Don Kent .
Daniel Barenboim plays Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 30
Daniel Barenboim (piano) Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) Piano Sonata No. 30 Opus 109 in E major Recorded at the Palais Rasumowsky, Vienna Directed by Jean-Pierre Ponnelle .
Daniel Barenboim plays Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 17
Daniel Barenboim (piano) Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) Piano Sonata No. 17 Opus 31 No. 2 in D minor 'Tempest' Recorded at the Palais Kinsky, Vienna Directed by Jean-Pierre Ponnelle .
René Jacobs conducts Mozart's Requiem at the Philharmonie de Paris
Freiburger Barockorchester, RIAS Kammerchor, René Jacobs (Conductor) Sophie Karthäuser (soprano), Marie-Claude Chappuis (alto), Maximilian Schmitt (tenor), Johannes Weisser (bass) Joseph Haydn (1732 - 1809) Mass in B flat major, Hob.XXII:14 'Harmoniemesse' Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791) Requiem in D minor, K. 626 (new completion by Pierre-Henri Dutron) Recorded at the Philharmonie de Paris, 25 November 2016 TV Director, Stéphane Vérité.
Les Siècles and François-Xavier Roth : Beethoven's Symphonies No.5 &
Les Siècles, François-Xavier Roth (Conductor) Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827) Symphony no 5 in C minor, op. 67 Symphony no 7 in A major, op. 92 Recorded at the Opéra Royal, Versailles, 14 March 2020.
The Nutcracker - Choreography Ben Stevenson - La Fenice
The Nutcracker Music composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky Choreography Ben Stevenson Libretto Marius Petipa - Ivan Aleksandrovic Vsevolozskij Based on The Nutcracker and the Mouse King Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann And The story of a Nutcracker Alexandre Dumas Père Creation in Saint Petersburg, Mariinsky Theatre, on December 18th, 1892 First performance with Ben Stevenson's choreography in Houston, Jones Hall, on December 5th, 1976 Production Estonian National Ballet Stage director Timothy O'Keefe Costume designer and set Thomas Boyd Light designer Tiit Urvik Music direction Mihhail Gerts Orchestra Orchestra del Teatro La Fenice Choir Piccoli Cantori Veneziani Choir Maestro Diana D'Alessio The Prince Vladislav Lantratov (The Bolshoi Theatre) Snow Queen Galina Laush Sugar Plum Fairy Alena Shkatula Clara Svetlana Danilova Fritz Bruno Micchiardi Drosselmeyer Viktor Yelisseyev The Nutcracker Michele Pellegrini Spanish dance Daria Günter Viktor Yelisseyev Matteo Di Loreto Arabian dance Heidi Kopti Alexander Kanaplyov Chinese dance Daniel Kirspuu Michele Pellegrini Mirlitons Nanae Maruyama Anastassia Savela Jonathan Hanks Trepak Sergey Upkin Mme Bonbonaire Vitaly Nikolayev Flower waltz soloists Marika Muiste Maxim Chukaryov Troupe of the Estonian National Ballet Tallinn Ballet School students Film director / Réalisation Stéphane Vérité GENERIQUE FIN Film director / Réalisation Stéphane Vérité Executive producer / Production déléguée Jean-Romain Sales .
David Parsons Dance Company - Teatro Malibran, La Fenice
David Parsons Dance Company Choreographer, David Parsons Lights, Howell Bimkley The Envelope (1986) Music, Gioachino Rossini Costume, Judy Wirkula Hand Dance (2003) Original music , Kenji Bunch Costume, David Parsons Finding center (2015) Music, Thomas Newman Visual Art, Rita Blitt Costume, Natomi Luppescu Caught (1982) Music, Robert Fripp 'Let the Power fall' Costume, Judy Wirkula Lighting concept, David Parsons In the End (2005) Music, Dave Matthews Band Costume, Mia McSwain Recorded on March 17th and 18tg 2017 at the Theatro Malibran (Fenice), Venice TV Director, Yan Proefrock.
Bill Frisell Trio Bill Frisell, guitar Thomas Morgan, bass Rudy Royston, drums One of the world's most celebrated jazz guitarists, 'Bill Frisell plays the guitar the way Miles Davis played the trumpet' (The New Yorker). His distinctive style masterfully blends the inventiveness of jazz, the warmth of folk and country, the abstraction of the avant garde and the raw emotion of blues and rock. Don't miss this rare club performance by a giant of contemporary jazz. Recorded on June 4th 2017 at The Jazzlab, Melbourne International Jazz Festival, Australia TV Director, Mathieu Mastin .
Jazz legends - Modern Jazz Quartet II
Modern Jazz Quartet II Avec John Lewis (piano) Kilt Jackson (vibraphone) Percy Heath (basse) Connie Kay (batterie) Playlist - 'Lonely woman' d'Ornette Coleman - 'Animal dance final' de John Lewis - 'Columbine' de John Lewis - 'Concorde' de John Levis - 'Bags groove' de Milt Jackson Recorded on1963 at the Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels TV Director, Serge Leroy.
Archie Shepp All star 'Tribute to John Coltrane'
Archie Shepp, musical direction, saxophones Ambrose Akinmusire, trumpet Jason Moran, piano Richard Davis, double bass Billy Hart, drums With guests: Marion Rampal, voice Izidor Leitinger, trumpet Sébastien Llado, trombone Jean-Philippe Scali, baritone saxophone Playlist Naima - John Coltrane - Arranged by Izidor Leitinger Cousin Mary - John Coltrane - Arranged by Izidor Leitinger Blasé - Archie Shepp Prelude to a Kiss - Duke Ellington Los Olvidados - Archie Shepp In 1960, Archie Shepp attended a concert by John Coltrane at the Five Spot, the mythical club on the Lower East Side. Totally fascinated, he decided to pick up the tenor saxophone. Five years later, Shepp - already a reference in the world of free jazz - recorded alongside his hero. The resulting album, 'Ascension', was released in 1966, and remains today one of the great monuments of free improvisation. To celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of Coltrane's death - at the age of forty - the most Parisian representative of the New York avant-garde pays tribute to the brilliant composer of 'A Love Supreme', with a Franco-American all-star band not unlike that which recorded the revolutionary 'Ascension'. A giant of jazz pays tribute to one of his gods. Recorded on September 3rd 2016 at the Grande Halle of la Villette TV Director, Frank Cassentit.
Magnetic Ensemble - D'Jazz Nevers
Magnetic Ensemble @ D'Jazz Nevers Antonin Leymarie, artistic direction, composition, drums Benjamin Flament, treated metallic percussions, vibraphone Sylvain Lemêtre, digital and orchestral percussions Linda Olah, voice Fabrizio Rat, prepared piano Adrien Spirli, bass synthesizer Adrian'Aladin' Bourget, sound designer Thomas Veyssière, scenoraphy, lights Guest François Corneloup, saxophone In my heart (Antonin Leymarie) Victory (Antonin Leymarie, Marine Pellegrini) S'abaisse (Antonin Leymarie) Butterfly (Antonin Leymarie) La Fabuleuse (Antonin Leymarie) Dancing Alone (Antonin Leymarie) What to you call a birthday party that doesn't end on the dance floor? A fiasco! No danger of this with the Magnetic Ensemble. They turned the Maison de la Culture into a proper dance floor. No beatbox for Antonin Leymarie's quintet. Why use one when you can do so much better yourself? Techno has not been very popular with jazzmen, largely for its lack of flexibility (a rigid tempo, a uniformity of sound). The Magnetic Ensemble picks up the challenge and demonstrates brilliantly that techno can be human, very human. Prepare yourself for a technoid trance, slow, progressive, polyrhythmic, irresistible, wild, frenzied. This music is made for movement! Recorded on November 12th at the festival D'Jazz Nevers (Nevers, France) - (Maison de la Culture, hall) TV Director, Samuel Thiebaut.
Youn Sun Nah Youn Sun Nah, voice Tomek Miernowski, guitars, piano, synthesizer , programming Rémi Vihnolo, drums, double bass, electric bass, programming A decade after the release of Same Girl, recording marking the consecration in 2010 of Youn Sun Nah, she continues to assert herself as a singer resolutely not to be classified, whose all-embracing virtuoso voice can handle jazz, improvisation, opera, pop and world music. With her recent album, a polished made in-studio immersion with the complicity of her producer-arranger Clément Ducol, the Korean has produced her most personal work to date: apart from the revisiting of an eclectic repertoire from Albéniz to Michel Legrand and George Harrison, Marvin Gaye and Leonard Cohen, she leaves plenty of room for the first time for her own compositions, thus confirming a singular talent as a songwriter. An explosive cocktail, which can be taken full advantage of on stage with the complicity of Tomek Miernowski on guitars and keyboards as well as the phenomenal Rémi Vignolo, just as at ease on the drums as on the double bass. Recorded at the D'jazz Nevers on November 16, 2019 TV Director, Samuel Thiebaut.
Laurent Maur Quartet
Laurent Maur Quartet La dernière danse (The last dance) Laurent Maur, Harmonica Mario Canonge, Piano Felipe Cabrera, Double bass Pierre-Alain Tocanier, Drums Play list Enlacés (Eddy Louiss) Indifference (Tony Murena) La Derniére Danse, Marie-No (Laurent Maur) Benny's Dream (Larry Golding) Chef Larry (Laurent Maur) Vivo Sonhando (Antonio Carlos Jobim) Agua! (Felipe Cabrera) Don't Drink The Water (Donald Harrisson) Solo (Laurent Maur) La Javanaise (Serge Gainsbourg arrgt Thierry Lujan / L. Maur) Recorded on May 15, 2018 at the Studio de l'Ermitage TV Director, Loïc Léglise .
Jazz legends - Modern Jazz Quartet I
Modern Jazz Quartet II Avec John Lewis (piano) Kilt Jackson (vibraphone) Percy Heath (basse) Connie Kay (batterie) Playlist - 'Ralph's Nero blues' - 'Fugato from original sin' - 'Horo high the moon' - 'Pierrot' - 'Django' Recorded on1962 at the Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels TV Director, Serge Leroy.
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