Un webdocumentaire autour d'Iphigénie en Tauride de Glück
Monday 5: “In the decorations” | episode 1
Wednesday 7: “Fiat Lux! "| Episode 2
Friday 9th: “From thread to needle” | Episode 3
Monday 12th: “Inspirations…” | Episode 4
Wednesday 14: "Embodying a character" | Episode 5
Friday 16: "And the women in all this? "| Episode 6
Monday 19: “In the beginning was the 'Prod'” | Episode 7
Wednesday 21: "Like a beehive 1" | Episode 8
Friday 27: “Behind the curtain” | Episode 9
Monday 30: "Like a beehive 2" | Episode 10
Wednesday 2: "Like a beehive 3" | Episode 11
Friday 4: "Iphigénie do you have a Chorus? "| Episode 12
Monday 7: “In music! "| Episode 13
Wednesday 9: “Three small steps” | Episode 14
Friday 11: "Everything is ready? "| Episode 15
Jakub Hrůša dirige Mozart et Bruckner Avec Piotr Anderszewski
The Bamberg Symphony, under the expert direction of Jakub Hrůša, gifts us with a wonderful program of Germanic music, live from the Joseph Keilberth Auditorium.
The evening begins with Weber’s Invitation to the Dance, under the baton of the 2020 Mahler Competition's winner Finnegan Downie Dear. Orchestrated by Berlioz, this version would later inspire Michael Fokine’s famous ballet, Le Spectre de la rose. Virtuoso pianist Piotr Anderszewski then takes center stage to perform Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 17. It is said that the composer chose one of his most talented students, Barbara Ployer, to premiere the piece, and that he invited his colleague Giovanni Paisiello to attend, due to his pride in both his work and his disciple. Bruckner himself gave his Fourth Symphony the nickname “Romantic” and, indeed, it is a work that fits perfectly alongside Wagner’s Siegfried or Parsifal, composed during the same period...
"Perpetual Music" Concert — With Sonya Yoncheva
Heralded as one of the most gifted and exciting performers of her generation, Bulgarian diva and Rolex Testimonee Sonya Yoncheva leads an exceptional group of rising opera stars in this unmissable Rolex Concert—part of the "Perpetual Music" series of world-class events supporting struggling musicians during the pandemic. From the stage of the Staatsoper Berlin, the young artists will bring their impeccable talent and taste to a selection of all-time operatic favorites!
LIVE TO COME | Tuesday September 1, 2020 at 8:00 p.m. (CEST) | Berliner Staatsoper
Live from Berlin
A project initiated by
Conversation with John Williams and Stéphane Denève
Editing of an interview between the film score composer John Williams and the conductor Stéphane Denève for the Philadelphia Orchestra (USA).
Interview after the concert at 53:32.
Opéra comique - Paris
Replay on Culture Box (France Télévisions site)
Concert conducted by Alain Altinoglu from the Opéra Comique de Paris
Journey to the heart of Armenia through the works of Prokofiev,
Khachaturian and Aprikian.
Gulbenkian choir and orchestra conducted by Alain Altinoglu
Opéra de Monte-Carlo
Live broadcast for France Télévisions and Mezzo live HD
Replay on Culture Box and soon on France 3
The scene of the Opéra Royal de Monte-Carlo hosts tenor Juan Diego Florèz who interprets for the first time "Tales of Hoffmann".
For this long-awaited role-play, he is accompanied by the singer Olga Peretyatko, who combines all three female roles.
This production, stage directed by Jean-Louis Grinda, also director of the Opera, is performed by the Choir and the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Jacques Lacombe.
Opéra de Monte-Carlo
Coming soon in DVD by Arthaus Musik
Live broadcast for France Télévisions
Replay on Culture Box and coming soon on France 3
World premiere in the international lyric world! Jean-Louis Grinda staged the French version of the opera. Live from the Monte-Carlo Opera, discover this complex work of the German romantic composer, both sulphurous and holy, rejected then adored by the French public. Nathalie Stutzmann conduct this fifth opera by Wagner, a powerful work revised for the Paris Opera in 1861.
Grand Théâtre de Tours
Live Broadcast for France Télévisions
Coming soon on France 3 - Prismedia production
Benjamin Pionnier, at the head of the Grand Theater de Tours, propose a master discover on the very closed table of the French opera houses, recreating for the first time in over a hundred years the opera of Charles Gounod "Philemon and Baucis".
This three-act work, which has fallen into oblivion, is now coming back to life at the Opéra de Tours. An event that opens the year Gounod, for the bicentenary of the birth of the composer.
Royal Chapel Château de Versailles
Released by Château de Versailles Spectacles
Broadcasted on France Télévisions - Wahoo production
Works by Moulinié, Boësset, Philidor
Sébastien Daucé : Conductor
Les Pages du Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles
Opéra Royal Château de Versailles
Wahoo production - Released by Château de Versailles Spectacles
Sir John Eliot Gardiner and the Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique perform a Berlioz program to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the composer's death.
La Mort de Cleopatre
Le Corsaire: Overture, op.21 H101
» Ah! Ah! Je vais mourir ...Adieu fiere cite (Act 5)
Symphonie fantastique, op.14 H48
Lucile Richardot : Alto
Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique
John Eliot Gardiner : Conductor