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STRUČNĚ
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MEZZO DNES
05:43
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InterMezzo
MEZZO NEDĚLE 22.7.
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6:00
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06:00
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InterMezzo
08:30
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The Budapest Festival Orchestra and Robin Ticciati: Fauré, Ravel, Berlioz, Debussy
Budapest Festival Orchestra, Robin Ticciati (Conductor) Anna Caterina Antonacci (mezzosoprano) Gabriel Fauré Pelléas et Mélisande Hector Berlioz La mort de Cléopâtre Maurice Ravel Valses nobles et sentimentales Claude Debussy La Mer Recorded on 29 & 30 November 2014 at the Béla Bartók National Concert Hall, Budapest Directed by Sébastien Glas
MEZZO ZÍTRA
06:00
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InterMezzo
08:30
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Didier Lockwood trio invites Biréli Lagrène - Jazz sous les pommiers
Didier Lockwood (violin) Biréli Lagrène (guitar) Darryl Hall (double-bass) Fiona Monbet (violin)
MEZZO SOBOTA 21.7.
06:00
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InterMezzo
08:30
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Saul by Haendel at the Glyndebourne Festival
Saul, by Georg Friedrich Haendel Libretto by Charles Jennens Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Ivor Bolton (Conductor) Glyndebourne Festival Chorus Barrie Kosky (Stage Direction) Katrin Lea Tag (Sets), Otto Pichler (Choreography), Joachim Klein (Lighting) Lucy Crowe (Merab) Sophie Bevan (Michal) Christopher Purves (Saul) Iestyn Davies (David) Paul Appleby (Jonathan) Benjamin Hulett (High Priest) John Graham-Hall (Witch of Endor) Recorded on August 20 & 22, 2015 at the Glyndebourne Festival Directed by François Roussillon
MEZZO NEDĚLE 22.7.
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InterMezzo
08:30
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Lang Lang in Versailles: Chopin and Tchaikovsky
Lang Lang (piano) Frédéric Chopin Scherzo No. 1 in B minor, Op. 20 Scherzo No. 2 in B flat minor, Op. 31 Scherzo No. 3 in C-sharp minor, Op. 39 Scherzo No. 4 in E major, Op. 54 Piotr Ilitch Tchaikovsky The Seasons, Op. 37a Recorded on June 22nd 2015 at the Château de Versailles, Galerie de Glaces Directed by Andy Sommer
MEZZO PONDĚLÍ 23.7.
06:00
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InterMezzo
08:25
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A Crystal Palace by George Balanchine, Opéra National de Paris
A Crystal Palace Choreography by George Balanchine Music, Georges Bizet Costume, Christian Lacroix Leading dancers, Principal dancers and the corps de ballet Opéra National de Paris Chorus and orchestra Conductor , Philippe Jordan Chorus master, Alessandro Di Stefano Recorded on May 9th & 28th and June 3rd 2014 at the Opéra National de Paris Bastille TV Director, François Goetghebeur
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Céline Frisch plays Bach at the Cité de la Musique
Céline Firsch (harpsichord JH Hemsch 1761) Johann Sebastian Bach Italian Concerto in F major BWV 971 Four duetti BWV 802-805 French Overture in b minor BWV 831 Recorded at the Cité de la musique, Paris, in March 2014 TV Director, Isabelle Soulard
10:33
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Leonard Bernstein conducts Brahms Piano Concerto no 2 with Krystian Zimerman
Wiener Philharmoniker, Leonard Bernstein (conductor) Krystian Zimerman (piano) Johannes Brahms Piano Concerto No.2 in B flat major, op.83 Recorded in 1989 at the Musikverein, Vienna Directed by Humphrey Burton
11:42
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InterMezzo
MEZZO ZÍTRA
10:19
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Lucky Thompson at the Blue Note in 1960 - Jazz Archive
Lucky THOMPSON (saxophone) Kenny CLARKE (drums) Buddy CATTLETT (bass) Thelma THOMSON (vocals) Sahib SHIHAB, Marcel et Joe RASKO (saxophones) Léonard C. JONHSON (trumpet) James CLEVELAND (trombone)
11:00
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Kurt Rosenwinkel Solo - Montreal Jazz Festival
KURT ROSENWINKEL SOLO As a perfect closer to a trio of concerts in the Invitation series, Kurt Rosenwinkel invites his audience to take the full measure of his talent in his favourite format: solo performance. It's a unique opportunity to enjoy a tête-à-tête with a virtuoso guitarist who has previously shared the stage with Eric Clapton. He's a player renowned for his stunning and original approach, and the contagious pleasure he brings to broadening musical horizons, here to unveil pieces from a solo album.
11:55
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InterMezzo
MEZZO SOBOTA 21.7.
11:20
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Pierre Hantaï plays François Couperin at Fontfroide festival
Pierre Hantaï (harpsichord) François Couperin Pièces pour clavecin Recorded at the Abbeye de Fontfroide on July 19th, 2015 Directed by Benjamin Bleton
MEZZO NEDĚLE 22.7.
10:00
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La Senna Festeggiante by Vivaldi
B'Rock Orchestra Karina Gauvin (soprano, L'Età dell Oro), Sonia Prina (alto, La Virtù), Ugo Guagliardo (bass, La Senna) AntonioVivaldi La Senna festeggiante Recorded on January 14th, 2017 at the Arsenal de Metz Directed by Sylvain Pierrel
11:30
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InterMezzo
MEZZO PONDĚLÍ 23.7.
09:10
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Violette and Mister B. (for Balanchine)
Violette & Mister B. A documentary about Violette Verdy, born in 1933, star dancer with Roland Petit, muse of George Balanchine and later director of the Paris Opera Ballet. with Violette Verdy, Isabelle Guérin, Margaret Illmann, Lucia Lacarra, Nicolas Le Riche, Vladimir Malakhov, Elisabeth Maurin, Cyril Pierre, Élisabeth Platel Documentary directed by Dominique Delouche, in 2001
10:35
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Young People's Concerts: Two Ballet Birds
Young People's Concerts: Two Ballet Birds New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Leonard Bernstein (Conductor and Host) Recorded in 1969 Directed by Robert Englander
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Leonard Bernstein conducts Brahm's Symphony no 3
Orchestra dell'Accademia di Santa Cecilia, Leonard Bernstein (Conductor) Claude Debussy La Mer Recorded in 1989 at the Auditorio Pio, Rome Directed by Horant H. Hohlfeld
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William Christie conducts Hippolyte et Aricie by Rameau at Glyndebourne
Hippolyte et Aricie, by Jean-Philippe Rameau Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, William Christie (conductor) The Glyndebourne Chorus Jonathan Kent (Stage Director) Ed Lyon ( Hippolyte) Christiane Karg (Aricie) Sarah Connolly (Phèdre) Stéphane Degout (Thésée) Katherine Watson (Diane) François Lis (Pluton/Jupiter/Neptune) Julie Pasturaud (OEnone) Samuel Boden (Mercure) Aimery Lefèvre (Arcas/Deuxième Parque) Loïc Felix (Tisiphone) Ana Quintans (Cupidon/Une matelotte) Emmanuelle de Negri (Grande Prêtresse/Chasseresse) Mathias Vidal (Première Parque) Callum Thorpe (Troisième Parque) Charlotte Beament (Prêtresse) Timothy Dickinson (Chasseur) Recorded in 2013 at the Glyndebourne Festival
15:32
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InterMezzo
MEZZO ZÍTRA
12:30
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Yuri Temirkanov conducts the Orchestre de Paris : Prokofiev and Tchaikovsky
Orchestre de Paris, Yuri Temirkanov (Conductor) Leonidas Kavakos (violin) Sergei Prokofiev Symphony no. 1 in D major opus 25 ''Classical'' Violin Concerto no. 2 in G minor opus 63 Piotr Ilych Tchaikovsky Swan Lake, suite opus 20a Recorded on February 25, 2015 at the Philharmonie de Paris Directed by Franck Chaudemanche
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Mariss Jansons conducts Dvorak's Stabat Mater
Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra (Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks), Bavarian Radio Choir, Mariss Jansons (conductor) Erin Wall (soprano), Mihoko Fujimura (alto), Christian Elsner (tenor), Liang Li (bass) Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904) Stabat Mater, Op. 58 Recorded on March the 28th, 2015, at the KKL Luzern, Concert Hall
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MEZZO SOBOTA 21.7.
12:20
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Don Quixote, Lost illusion, choreography by Rui Lopes Graça
DON QUIXOTE, LOST ILLUSION Choreography by Rui Lopes Graça after Marius Petipa - Deanna Blacher (Fadango) Music by Léon Minkus + music from the seventeenth century to the present day Sets and costumes by Bruno de Lavenère Strasbourg Philharmonic Orchestra Musical direction Myron Romanul With the Opéra National du Rhin Ballet Between his dreams of adventure and his nostalgia for the past, Don Quixote's genius lies in his courage, in his noble ardor and audacity. Two choreographers try to capture his duality: in Act One, Rui Lopes Graça, a young Portuguese choreographer, presents a modern version of Don Quixote and explores the more contemporary issues in Cervantes's masterpiece. In Act Two, our singular hero is catapulted into the classical world of Marius Petipa. This bravura piece is not so much a reference to classical ballet, rather an invitation to imagine the future. TV Director, Isabelle Soulard Recorded at La Filature in Mulhouse, 12 February 2013
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Chaplin by Mario Schröder, Leipziger Ballett
Chaplin Choreography by Mario Schröder Leipziger Ballett Gewandhaus Orchestra William Lacey, conductor Music by Charlie Chaplin, Benjamin Britten, Samuel Barber, Richard Wagner. With (Chaplin), Tyler Galster (The Tramp), Amelia Waller (The mother), Urania Lobo Garcia (The father), Mohamed Youssry (Mildred), Vanessa Shield (Paulette), Isis Calil de Albuquerque (Oona), Romy Avemarg (The Dictator), Oliver Preiß Recorded on 2013 at the Leipzig Oper TV Director, Sonia Paramo
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MEZZO NEDĚLE 22.7.
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Richard Galliano and Sylvain Luc - Tribute to Edith Piaf - Montreal Jazz Festival
RICHARD GALLIANO and SYLVAIN LUC - Tribute to EDITH PIAF Richard Galliano, one of the greatest accordionists of the modern era, and unimpeachable jazz guitarist Sylvain Luc collaborated in the '90s before going their separate musical ways. The two musicians now reunite their talents for this duo project dedicated to the grande dame of French chanson. The result is a virtuoso jewel, showcasing and reawakening the freshness of the Piaf repertoire in this, the 100th anniversary of her birth.
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Nigel Kennedy & Richard Galliano at Festival St Prex
Nigel Kennedy, violin Richard Galliano , accordion
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Bill Frisell 'Guitar in the Space Age' - D'Jazz Nevers Festival
Bill Frisell (guitar) Greg Leisz (guitars pedal steel, mandolin) Tony Scherr (electric bass) Kenny Wollensen (drums)
15:30
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InterMezzo
MEZZO PONDĚLÍ 23.7.
12:05
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InterMezzo
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Die Entführung aus dem Serail by Mozart at the Glyndebourne Festival
Die Entführung aus dem Serail (The Abduction from the Seraglio), by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Libretto by Gottlieb Stephanie Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Robin Ticciati (Conductor) Glyndebourne Chorus David McVicar (Stage Direction) Vicki Mortimer (Sets) Andrew George (Choreography) Paule Constable (Lighting) Sally Matthews (Konstanze) Edgaras Montvidas (Belmonte) Tobias Kehrer (Osmin) Mari Eriksmoen (Blonde) Brenden Gunnell (Pedrillo) Recorded on July 16th and 19th, 2015 at the Glyndebourne Festival Directed by François Roussillon
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Jukka-Pekka Saraste and the Orchestre National de Lyon: Sibelius and Brahms
Orchestre national de Lyon, Jukka-Pekka Saraste (Conductor) Leonidas Kavakos (violin) Jean Sibelius The Tempest, opus 109 : no 2 Berceuse, no 9 The Oak Tree Johannes Brahms Concerto for violin and orchestra in D major, op. 77 Jean Sibelius Symphony no 2 in D major, opus 43 Recorded on March the 10th, 2016 at the Auditorium Maurice-Ravel, Lyon TV Direction, Pierre-Martin Juban
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Lionel Bringuier and the Tonhalle Orchestra : Widmann, Scriabin
Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich, Lionel Bringuier (Conductor) Jörg Widmann (Clarinet) Jörg Widmann Con brio Jörg Widmann Elegie for Carinet and Orchestra Alexander Scriabin Poème de l'extase op. 54 Recorded at the Tonhalle, Zurich, on 16 September 2015 TV Director, Sébastien Glas
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Leonard Bernstein conducts the Tragic Overture by Brahms
Wiener Philharmoniker, Leonard Bernstein (Conductor) Johannes Brahms Tragic Overture in D minor, op. 81 Recorded in 1981 at the Musikverein, Vienna Directed by Humphrey Burton
19:26
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InterMezzo
MEZZO ZÍTRA
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Thomas Lebrun 'Lied Ballet'
Thomas Lebrun, 'Lied Ballet' Documentary by Jean-Marc Birrault Thomas Lebrun's creed: 'To accept dance as pleasure, entertainment, a langage, a political statement, in its narrative and abstract forms. To accept beauty, strength and frailty, passion and emotion.' His work is colourful, often with a touch of burlesque - 'Tel quel!' a piece for younger audiences is highly comical - but he is equally at ease in a more sombre and literary vein. His production of 'Death and the Maiden' in 2012 established a strong bond between dance and music. With this new work 'Lied Ballet', premiered at the 2014 Avignon Festival, he faces a new challenge, and seeks to explore the sources of inspiration shared by the 'Lied', a major musical form in the Romantic era, and ballet. Thus, nature, night, wandering and love are at the heart of this new piece for eight dancers, for whom the pleasure of dancing is not an obstacle to contemporary writing. The art of movement, its significance and poetry will be the main driving force in this ballet, with lieder by Berg, Schubert and Mahler performed live by tenor Benjamin Alunni and pianist Thomas Besnard. Choreography, Thomas Lebrun Dancers, Maxime Camo, Anthony Cazaux, Raphaël Cottin, Anne Ammanuelle Derro, Tatiana Julien, Anne Sophie Lancelin, Matthieu Patarozzi, Léa Scher Vocal, Benjamin Alunni, ténor Piano, Thomas Besnard Music by Giacinto Scelsi, Alban Berg, Gustav Mahler, Arnold Schonberg, Franz Schubert Musical creation by David François Moreau Recorded at the Maison de la Danse de Lyon on October 8th 2014
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Lied Ballet by Thomas Lebrun. Maison de la Danse of Lyon
Lied Ballet Choreography by Thomas Lebrun Musical creation David François Moreau Light cration Jean-Marc Serre Sound creation Mélodie Souquet Costume creation Jeanne Guellaff Costume, Jeanne Guellaff, Sylvie Ryser Benjamin Alunni, tenor Thomas Besnard, piano Music by Giacinto Scelsi, Alban Berg, Gustav Mahler, Arnold Schoenberg With Maxime Camo, Anthony Cazaux, Raphaël Cottin, Anne-Emmanuelle Deroo,Tatiana Julien, Anne-Sophie Lancelin, Matthieu Patarozzi, Léa Scher Recorded on 2014 October 7 & 8 octobre at the Maison de la Danse of Lyon TV Director, Jean-Marc Birraux
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Avant toutes disparitions - Thomas Lebrun
Avant toutes disparitions Choreography and scenography by Thomas Lebrun Music, McKinney's Cotton Pickers, David Lang, Julia Wolfe, Michael Gordon Musical creation by Scanner Lights, Jean-Marc Serre Costumes, Jeanne Guellaff Sound, Mélodie Souquet With Odile Azagury, Maxime Camo, Anthony Cazaux, Raphaël Cottin, Anne-Emmanuelle Deroo, Anne-Sophie Lancelin, Daniel Larrieu, Thomas Lebrun, Matthieu Patarozzi, Léa Scher, Yohann Têté, Julien-Henri Vu Van Dung In 'Avant toutes disparitions' (Before all Disappearances), Thomas Lebrun reappraises his style as a choreographer in a piece for twelve performers, a 'long-haul project', to use his own words. A community and a vision in movement. Part One involves soloists, most of them long-time associates of Thomas Lebrun's. It is about conviction and survival, 'of a people, a community, esthetic values, toughts and beliefs. A confrontation, a radical and deeply-rooted claim on space', says the choreographer. In Part Two, 'Avant toutes disparitions' calls on four dancers: Odile Azagury, Daniel Larrieu, Anne-Sophie Lancelin and Thomas Lebrun himself. Lebrun brought these powerful dancers together and shares the stage with them. Bodies and their essence, in strife or serenity, finally enjoying a truce. Recorded on May, 19th 2016, au Théâtre National de Chaillot TV Director, Antoine Goetghebeur
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MEZZO SOBOTA 21.7.
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Young People's Concerts: What is American Music?
Young People's Concerts: What is American Music? New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Leonard Bernstein (Conductor and Host) Recorded in 1958 Directed by Robert Englander
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Leonard Bernstein conducts The Unanswered Question by Ives
New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Leonard Bernstein (Conductor) Charles Ives The Unanswered Question Recorded in 1976 at the Carnegie Hall, New York Directed by Derek Bailey
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Leonard Bernstein conducts the Resurrection Symphony by Mahler
London Symphony Orchestra, Leonard Bernstein (Conductor) Edinburgh Festival Chorus Sheila Armstrong (soprano), Janet Baker (alto) Gustav Mahler Symphony n° 2 in C minor 'Resurrection' Recorded in 1973 at Edinburgh Festival Directed by Humphrey Burton
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Leonard Bernstein conducts the Symphony no 1 by Sibelius
Wiener Phimharmoniker, Leonard Bernstein (Conductor) Jean Sibelius Symphony no 1 in E minor, op. 39 Recorded in 1990 at the Musikverein, Vienna Directed by Humphrey Burton
19:55
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InterMezzo
MEZZO NEDĚLE 22.7.
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William Christie conducts Hippolyte et Aricie by Rameau at Glyndebourne
Hippolyte et Aricie, by Jean-Philippe Rameau Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, William Christie (conductor) The Glyndebourne Chorus Jonathan Kent (Stage Director) Ed Lyon ( Hippolyte) Christiane Karg (Aricie) Sarah Connolly (Phèdre) Stéphane Degout (Thésée) Katherine Watson (Diane) François Lis (Pluton/Jupiter/Neptune) Julie Pasturaud (OEnone) Samuel Boden (Mercure) Aimery Lefèvre (Arcas/Deuxième Parque) Loïc Felix (Tisiphone) Ana Quintans (Cupidon/Une matelotte) Emmanuelle de Negri (Grande Prêtresse/Chasseresse) Mathias Vidal (Première Parque) Callum Thorpe (Troisième Parque) Charlotte Beament (Prêtresse) Timothy Dickinson (Chasseur) Recorded in 2013 at the Glyndebourne Festival
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MEZZO PONDĚLÍ 23.7.
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Nicholas Angelich at La Grange de Meslay: Chopin, Schumann, Liszt
Nicholas Angelich (piano) Frédéric Chopin Nocturne op. 55 No. 2 in E-flat major Étude Op. 10, No. 10 in A-flat major Robert Schumann Kreisleriana opus 16 Franz Liszt Sonata in B minor S. 178 Frédéric Chopin Mazurka in G sharp minor Op.33 No.1 Mazurka in F minor Op.63 No.2 Recorded on June 25th 2016 at the Grange de Meslay, Fêtes Musicales en Touraine TV direction by François-René Martin
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The Prazak Quartet and Raphaël Sévère at La Grange de Meslay: Haydn, Janacek, Brahms
Pražák Quartet, Raphaël Sévère (clarinet) Joseph Haydn String quartet in G major op. 77 no. 1 Hob. III. 81 Leoš Janáček String quartet no2 'Intimate Letters' Johannes Brahms Quintet for clarinet and string quartet in B minor op. 115 Recorded on June 26th 2016 at the Grange de Meslay, Fêtes Musicales en Touraine TV direction by François-René Martin
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Clark Terry, Bud Powell, Kenny Clarke... at the Club Saint Germain in 1959 - Jazz Archive
Barney WILLEN (saxophone) Bud POWELL (piano) Clark TERRY (trumpet) Kenny CLARKE (drums) Pierre MICHELOT (bass) Georges ARVANITAS (piano) Robert GARCIA (saxophone ténor) Bernard VITET (trumpet) Luigi TRUSSARDI (bass) Baptiste '' Mac Kac'' REILLES (drums) Jacques THOLLOT (drums)
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Omer Avital - Nice Jazz Festival
Omer Avital (doublebass) Avishai Cohen (trumpet) Joel Frahm (saxophone) Yonathan Avishai (piano) Daniel Freedman (drums)
22:15
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Tord Gustavsen with Domkoret Choir & Tore Brunborg - Oslo Jazz Festival
TORD GUSTAVSEN M/DOMKORET AND TORE BRUNBORG @ Oslo Jazz Festival 2016 Tord Gustavsen composition, piano Tore Brunborg, saxophone DomKoret, Oslo cathedral choir Commissioned for the 30th anniversary of the festival, a new composition by Tord Gustavsen, accompanied by saxophonist and friend Tore Brunborg and the superb Oslo Cathedral choir. A magnificent experience, steeped in Scandinavian culture, rich with ghosts and legends. Recorded on August 19th 2016 at the Nasjonal Jazzscene Victoria, Oslo (Oslo Jazz Festival) TV director, Jean-François Hugel
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Sonny Fortune Quintet at the Oslo Jazz Festival
Sonny Fortune (saxophone), Michael Varekamp (trumpet), Jon Davis (piano), Joris Teepe (double bass), Erik John Kooger (drums). The legendary american saxophone player Sonny Fortune is a man that there's a big chance you've already heard. Fortune played in Miles Davis' band in the 70s, and you can hear his sax on records lit Big Fun, Agartha, Pangaea and Get Up With It. And as if that wasn't enough, he used to be a member of Elvin Jones' Jazz Machine, and he's worked with artists like McCoy Tyner, George Benson, Dizzy Gillespie and more. But Fortune doesn't live in his past. These days he's leading his own European quintet with Michael Varekamp, Jon Davis, Joris Teepe and Erik John Kooger. TV Director, Alfred Hartz
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Simon Rattle and the Berliner Philharmoniker at the Waldbühne
Berliner Philharmoniker, Simon Rattle (Conductor) Magdalena Kožená (mezzo-soprano) George Gershwin Cuban Overture Gabriel Fauré Pavane Joseph Canteloube (de Malaret) Chants d'Auvergne (Selection) Aram Khachaturian Suite from Gayaneh Ottorino Respighi Pini di Roma Recorded on June 24, 2018 at the Walbühne, Berlin TV Director, Henning Kasten
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Continuo ou la vision d'un futur by Pierre Henry
Pierre Henry Continuo ou la vision d'un Futur (World Premiere, commissioned by the Philharmonie de Paris) Recorded on January 8, 2016 at the Philharmonie de Paris Directed by Jérôme Cassou
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InterMezzo
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Jun Miyake - The here and after
Jun Miyake (keyboards, trumpet), Sébastien Surel (1st violin), Elodie Michalakakos (2nd violin), Vlad Bogdanas (viola), Miwa Rosso (cello), Lisa Papineau (voice), Kyoko Katsunuma (voice), Vanya Moneva, Veselina Kurtyan, Diana Teneva and Anna Natskova (Bulgarian Cosmic voices), Dairo Miyamoto (saxophone), Ze Luis Nascimento (percussions), Manuel Marches (bass), Olivier Louvel (guitare, oud), Philippe Avril (sound)
MEZZO SOBOTA 21.7.
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Saul by Haendel at the Glyndebourne Festival
Saul, by Georg Friedrich Haendel Libretto by Charles Jennens Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Ivor Bolton (Conductor) Glyndebourne Festival Chorus Barrie Kosky (Stage Direction) Katrin Lea Tag (Sets), Otto Pichler (Choreography), Joachim Klein (Lighting) Lucy Crowe (Merab) Sophie Bevan (Michal) Christopher Purves (Saul) Iestyn Davies (David) Paul Appleby (Jonathan) Benjamin Hulett (High Priest) John Graham-Hall (Witch of Endor) Recorded on August 20 & 22, 2015 at the Glyndebourne Festival Directed by François Roussillon
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Dave Douglas High Risk with Shigeto, Jonathan Maron and Mark Guiliana - Montreal Jazz Festival
DAVE DOUGLAS, HIGH RISK WITH SHIGETO, JONATHAN MARON AND MARK GUILIANA One of the most creative trumpeters of his generation, Dave Douglas returns to the Festival leading this tasty electro-acoustic quartet brilliantly blending modern jazz, electronic music and improvisation. Surrounded by the masterful Jonathan Maron on bass and Mark Guiliana on percussion, as well as rising DJ Shigeto, the star trumpeter opens a new chapter in his exploratory electro-jazz saga, prizing melodic groove and unbridled inspiration. Dave Douglas (trumpet), Shigeto (machines), Jonathan Maron (bass), Mark Guiliana (drums)
MEZZO NEDĚLE 22.7.
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Mariss Jansons conducts Berio, Mahler, Copland and Bartok at the Concertgebouw
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Mariss Jansons (Conductor) Thomas Hampson (baritone) Luciano Berio Folk Songs: 'Black is the Colour...' Gustav Mahler Des Knaben Wunderhorn: Des Antonius von Padua Fischpredigt - Trost im Unglück - Das irdische Leben - Der Tamboursg'sell Aaron Copland Old American Songs: The Dodger - The Little Horses - The Boatmen's Dance Béla Bartók Concerto for orchestra Live from the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam Directed by Dick Kuijs
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Simon Rattle and the London Symphony Orchestra: Ravel, Dutilleux, Delage
London Symphony Orchestra, Sir Simon Rattle (conductor) Julia Bullock (soprano), Leonidas Kavakos (violin) Maurice Ravel Le tombeau de Couperin Henri Dutilleux L'arbre des songes Maurice Delage Four Hindu Poems Henri Dutilleux Métaboles Maurice Ravel Daphnis and Chloe - Suite No 2 Recorded on January 13rd 2016 at the Barbican Hall, London TV Director, François-René Martin
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Ed Motta at the New Morning
Ed Motta (Brazilian Funk, Soul)
MEZZO PONDĚLÍ 23.7.
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Yann Pascal Tortelier and the Orchestre National de Lyon: Messiaen, Ravel, Boieldieu, Debussy
Orchestre National de Lyon, Yan Pascal Tortelier (conductor) Xavier de Maistre (harp) Olivier Messiaen Les offrandes oubliées Maurice Ravel Piano Trio (orch. Yan Pascal Tortelier - French premiere) François Boieldieu Concerto for harp in C major Claude Debussy La Mer Recorded on November 22nd 2014 at the Maurice Ravel Auditorium, Lyons Directed by Vincent Massip
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Pierre Hantaï plays François Couperin at Fontfroide festival
Pierre Hantaï (harpsichord) François Couperin Pièces pour clavecin Recorded at the Abbeye de Fontfroide on July 19th, 2015 Directed by Benjamin Bleton
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Lisa Simone - Jazz in Marciac
Lisa Simone @ Jazz in Marciac Lisa Simone, voice Hervé Samb, guitar Reggie Washington, bass Sonny Troupé, drums Recorded on August 3rd 2016 at Jazz in Marciac, Chapiteau TV Director, Jean-Marc Birraux
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Nels Cline and Julian Lage - Montreal Jazz Festival
NELS CLINE AND JULIAN LAGE Two guitar masters land at the Festival: Nels Cline, a key member of alternative rock group Wilco, ranked by Rolling Stone as one of the 100 greatest guitarists of all time, and Julian Lage, a jazz child prodigy who was the subject of the Oscar-nominated documentary Jules at Eight. It's a strange combination of influences superbly blended on the album Room, at the crossroads of free jazz and blues. Unexpected and intoxicating!
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Salif Keita and Les Ambassadeurs - Jazz in Marciac
Salif Keita, vocals Cheick Tidiane Seck, keyboards Amadou Bagayoko, guitar Brian Edwards, saxophone Mark Kumava, trumpet Idrissa Soumaoro, keyboards Ousmane Kouyate, guitar Léon Brichard, bass Franck Legré, drums Modibo Kone, kongas Aminata Danté, vocals Bah Kouyaté Koné, vocals
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Nigel Kennedy & Richard Galliano at Festival St Prex
Nigel Kennedy, violin Richard Galliano , accordion
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Dave Douglas High Risk with Shigeto, Jonathan Maron and Mark Guiliana - Montreal Jazz Festival
DAVE DOUGLAS, HIGH RISK WITH SHIGETO, JONATHAN MARON AND MARK GUILIANA One of the most creative trumpeters of his generation, Dave Douglas returns to the Festival leading this tasty electro-acoustic quartet brilliantly blending modern jazz, electronic music and improvisation. Surrounded by the masterful Jonathan Maron on bass and Mark Guiliana on percussion, as well as rising DJ Shigeto, the star trumpeter opens a new chapter in his exploratory electro-jazz saga, prizing melodic groove and unbridled inspiration. Dave Douglas (trumpet), Shigeto (machines), Jonathan Maron (bass), Mark Guiliana (drums)
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MEZZO SOBOTA 21.7.
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Mederic Collignon 'Tribute to King Crimson' at Rendez-vous de L'Erdre
Médéric Collignon (trumpet, voice) Yvan Robillard (Fender Rhodes) Emmanuel Harang (doublebass) Philippe Gleize (drums) Widad Abdessemed (violin) Marius Pibarot (violin) Cécile Pruvot (viola) Matias Riquelme (cello) Anne Le Pape (violin) Youri Bessière (violin) Séverine Morfin (viola) Manon Gillardot (cello)
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The Amazing Keystone Orchestra plays the music of Quincy Jones at Jazz à Vienne
Since their student days at the Conservatoire, pianist Fred Nardin, saxophonist Jon Boutellier, trombonist Bastien Ballaz and trumpeter David Enhco have been joint leaders of the band and the main contributors to its arrangements. The 18 brilliant members of the band are not just fans of Count Basie, Duke Ellington and Thad Jones. For them, playing with this remarkable group of musicians is a chance to experiment with new ideas. For this exceptional night under the watchful eye of the great Quincy Jones, the band chose to revisit a selection of themes composed by Quincy over the past six decades. Wouldn't it be perfect if Mr. Jones suddenly decided to conduct some of his favourite arrangements? The ideal moment would seem to be when The Amazing Keystone Big Band will call on special guest Michel Hausser. The vibraphonist is coming directly from Alsace with a composition especially written for him by Quincy Jones. Pierre Dessasis, Kenny Jeanney, Jon Boutellier, Eric Prost, Ghyslain Regard et Jean-Philippe Scali (fl, s), Vincent Labarre, Thierry Seneau, Félicien Bouchot et David Enhco (tp), Bastien Ballaz, Alois Benoit, Loic Bachevillier et Sylvain Thomas (tb), Frédéric Nardin (p), Thibaut François (g), Patrick Maradan (cb), Romain Sarron (dms)
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Snarky Puppy & Metropole Orkest - Jazz sous les pommiers
Snarky Puppy and the Metropole Orckest play in Jazz sous les Pommiers: Sintra, Flight, Atchafalaya, The Curtain, Dark Woods, The Clearing, Ready Wednesday, Thing of Gold, Linkus, Shofukan Snarky Puppy Michael League - Bass Chris Bullock - Tenor Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet & Bass Clarinet Mike 'Maz' Maher - Trumpet Jay Jennings - Trumpet Chris McQueen - Guitar Bob Lanzetti - Guitar Mark Lettieri - Guitar Robert 'Sput' Searight - Drums Nate Werth - Percussion Cory Henry - Keyboards & Organ Bill Laurance - Keyboards Justin Stanton - Trumpet & Keyboards Metropole Orkest, Jules Buckley
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Jean-Jacques Milteau What's That Sound - Paris Jazz Festival
Jean-Jacques Milteau What's That Sound at the Paris Jazz Festival JJ Milteau, harmonicas Manu Galvin, guitar Ronald Smyth vocal Michael Robinson vocal Eric Lafont drums Gilles Michel bass Guest Mathis Haug TV Director, Stéphane Jourdain Recorded on June 16th 2013 at the Parc Floral de Vincennes
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MEZZO NEDĚLE 22.7.
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Gregory Porter at Jazz Sous Les Pommiers
Gregory Porter > vocals Jon Hendricks > vocals Chip Crawford > piano Yosuke Sato > alto sax Aaron James > bass Emmanuel Harrold > drums
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Tigran
documentary about the Amenian pianist Tigran Hamasyan
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Caetano & Gil at Jazz à Vienne
Caetano Veloso and Gilberto Gil - Two Friends - One century of Music
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Charles Lloyd & Jason Moran - Jazz sous les pommiers
Charles Lloyd & Jason Moran duo - Jazz sous les pommiers festival 35th edition With Charles Lloyd, saxophone Jason Moran, piano A lesson of serenity by Charles Lloyd ... who fits today as a giant in the exclusive world of jazz. This duet between a saxophonist among the most lyrical and most daring of his generation and one of today best pianists, shines with its eclecticism , finesse and intelligence. The poetic stroll revisits in a very intimate way a repertoire that mixes Ellington, Gershswin , Strayhorn , the Beach Boys and Dylan, with personal compositions , including a suite in memory of his great-grandmother , sold to a slave trader at the age of ten years. About this repertoire, Lloyd says : 'Music has always been for me both inspiration and consolation. The sentiments I would like to share with those who listen to me . ' Recorded on May 6th 2016, at the Municipal Theatre of Coutances TV direction by Thierry Villeneuve
MEZZO PONDĚLÍ 23.7.
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Jun Miyake - The here and after
Jun Miyake (keyboards, trumpet), Sébastien Surel (1st violin), Elodie Michalakakos (2nd violin), Vlad Bogdanas (viola), Miwa Rosso (cello), Lisa Papineau (voice), Kyoko Katsunuma (voice), Vanya Moneva, Veselina Kurtyan, Diana Teneva and Anna Natskova (Bulgarian Cosmic voices), Dairo Miyamoto (saxophone), Ze Luis Nascimento (percussions), Manuel Marches (bass), Olivier Louvel (guitare, oud), Philippe Avril (sound)
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Oslo Jazz Festival Orchestra
OSLO JAZZ FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA @ Oslo Jazz Festival 2016 Formed especially for the thirtieth anniversary of the Oslo Jazz Festival, this super group includes established musicians and new talent representing the best of today's Norwegian jazz. On the Nasjonal Jazzscene: Mathias Eick, 37, band leader, trumpeter and multi-instrumentalist, whose compositions are inspired by North American jazz. Trygve Seim, 45, saxophonist and composer, who notably joined Manu Katché's ensemble in 2007. His influences include Jan Garbarek and Dexter Gordon. Jon Balke, 55, pianist, known for having been one of the leaders of the Oslo 13 big band in the eighties, as well as the Magnetic North Orchestra. Gard Nilssen, 33, drummer, a member of the Acoustic Unity trio. And Ellen Andreas Wang, 29, the youngest member of the group, a double-bass player and singer, and a member of experimental jazz ensemble Pixel, founded in 2011. Recorded on 19 August 2016 at Nasjonal Jazzscene Victoria, Oslo (Oslo Jazz Festival) TV Director, by Jean-François Hugel
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Tigran
documentary about the Amenian pianist Tigran Hamasyan
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Omer Avital - Nice Jazz Festival
Omer Avital (doublebass) Avishai Cohen (trumpet) Joel Frahm (saxophone) Yonathan Avishai (piano) Daniel Freedman (drums)
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MEZZO ÚTERÝ 24.7.
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Airelle Besson quartet, Nelson Veras & Vincent Segal at Jazz sous les pommiers
Airelle Besson (trumpet) Nelson Veras (guitar) Vincent Segal (cello) Benjamin Moussay (piano) Fabrice Moreau (drums) Isabel Sörling (vocals)
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NIK BÄRTSCH'S RONIN AT THE OSLO JAZZ FESTIVAL
Nik Bärtsch - keyboards Sha - sax / clarinet Thomy Jordi - bass Kaspar Rast - drums Andi Pupato - percussion TV Director, Alfred Hartz
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Avishaï Cohen 'New York Division' - Jazz à Vienne
Avishai Cohen (vocals, bass), Diego Urcola (trumpet), Steve Davis (trombone), Kurt Rosenwinkel (guitar), Nitai Hershkovits (piano), Daniel Dor (drums)
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Esbjörn Svensson Trio at JazzTM, Timisoara
Esbjörn Svensson Trio Esbjörn Svensson (piano), Dan Berglund (bass) Magnus Oström (Drums) Playlist Tuesday Wonderland Improvisation # 1 The Rube Thing The Goldhearted Miner In The Tail Of Her Eye The Unstable Table & The Infamous Fable Eighthundred Streets by Feet Dolores in a Shoestand Dodge The Dodo Round Midnight Recorded on December 3rd 2006 at the National Theater of Timisoara, JazzTN TV Directors, Catalin Stefanescu et Silvia Pospaescu