Grand Théâtre de Provence # Saison 2017/18

Festival C'est dans mes cordes 2019

The Grand Theatre de Provence organizes the festival is up my alley. This festival is a highlight of their programming. It allows to put next to the major artists and young talents, which has always been part of the DNA of Theatres. For this occasion the Grand Theatre welcomes in these premises, but also at the conservatoire Darius Milhaud, six performances with strings in a short time: from 05 to February 15.

MILOS Milos Karadaglic Tuesday, February 5, 2019 Guitar Strings Academy Conservatoire Darius Milhaud discreet Instrument, unknown repertoire, music insiders, many prejudices than the classical guitarist Milos Karadaglic beats in breaches, performing with as much ease in a small chapel isolated that in the face of the 3,000 of the Royal Albert Hall in London.

EDGAR MOREAU & DAVID KADOUCH cello Edgar Moreau Piano David Kadouch Wednesday, February 6 Conservatoire Darius Milhaud Edgar Moreau, two WINS from the music, a second prize in the competition Tchaikovsky and three discs published in four years: below is a table honor that few musicians of twenty-five years old can wear. Considered at the end of his studies like "the little prince of the cello" (party), he is well known to music lovers Aachen applauding him at each of his concerts at the Grand Theatre, quasi-annuel appointment he honours between scenes, New York or Berlin. Edgar form for three years a duo fruitful with pianist David Kadouch, also winner of the victories of music, Prodigy of the Paris Conservatoire where he entered only 14 years before continuing his training from the best: Murray Perahia, Daniel Barenboim and Maurizio Pollini. Together, they combine the strength and clarity of their interpretations to sovereign relax and the typical spontaneity of these first youth eternal.

THE 20 years of the ZIMMERMANN coffee Thursday 7 February Grand Theatre of Provence special Concert for the twenty years of Café Zimmermann, together with the name of a famous Café music of the 18th century, founded by the harpsichordist Céline Frisch and violinist Pablo Valetti,. who were attracted to them the finest performers on period instruments. In residence at the Grand Theatre in 2011, they got a name in the maze of baroque music coming out of the oblivion of the unknown partitions and working every skill and every inflection with the rigour of the archaeologist and the precision of the Goldsmith. Their reinterpretations of the masterpieces always adopt the right tone.

Critics praise 'the atmosphere of baroque beef with fast tempos, net joints and sharp colours' (the world) that characterizes their concerts.

Program together Café Zimmermann Johann Sebastian Bach Suite No. 1 in c major Concerto Brandenburg No. 2 in f major Concerto Brandenburg No. 4 in g major Suite No. 3 in d major Concerto for harpsichord in f mine NAREK HAKHNAZARYAN Friday 8 February
Conservatoire Darius Milhaud Narek Hakhnazaryan Oxana Shevchenko of Armenian origin, Narek Hakhnazaryan Piano cello is one of latest cellists have benefited from advice from master Mstislav Rostropovitch, before his disappearance he y twelve years ago.

Program: Claude Debussy Sonata for cello and piano Gabriel Fauré Elegie, after a dream, butterfly, Camille Saint - Saëns Allegro Apassionato Jules Massenet Meditation of Thais Frédéric Chopin Sonata for cello and piano in g minor RENAUD CAPUÇON & LAUSANNE SOLOISTS Saturday 9 February Grand Theatre of Provence Lausanne Soloists violin Renaud Capuçon Place at Bach around the enchanting violin of Renaud Capuçon!

One of the favorite performers of the French never misses an appointment in Provencal Earth. Renaud Capuçon is a perfectionist and committed advocate of a repertoire ranging from baroque to contemporary works, he surrounds himself best artists, multiplying the collaborations with prestigious conductors, the renowned Chamber and young promising shoots, revealing to the public the talent of tomorrow. Professor at the prestigious high school of music of Lausanne, just create a new set, named the Lausanne Soloists, reserving the exclusivity of a first public concert at the Grand Theatre, before with his best students a world tour.

The program of this historic moment, the three Bach violin concertos, composed in Köthen to 1720, that testify to the influence of the Italian virtuoso Corelli and Vivaldi. Dedicated to the beauty of string instruments, this vitamin and sensitive, melodic, and rhythmic music offers everyone to admire the complicity between the master and his pupils.
Programme: Johann Sebastian Bach Concerto for violin in a minor Concerto for violin in e major Concerto for 2 violins in d minor Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky Serenade for strings in c major MAGDALENA KOZENA & ORCHESTRA OF THE AGE OF ENLIGHTENMENT Friday 15 February Grand theatre of Provence Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment Direction Giovanni Antonini Mezzo-soprano Magdalena Kozena guest for the first time at the Grand Theatre, the Orchestra of the age of enlightenment is considered to be the main training British playing the repertoire of the eighteenth century on period instruments. Voice & Orchestra. Headed since its creation by prestigious conductors such as Gustav Leonhardt or Sir Simon Rattle, the Orchestra tackles the directory of the century of Haydn by finding his original album vivacity, the petulance of its contrasts that plunge the viewer in the atmosphere of musical shows and intimate scenes.

Program: Christoph Willibald Gluck Orfeo and Euridice, dance of the furies Scena di Berenice Se may felt from Clemenza di Tito Parto Di Questa certa in seno from Parnaso Confuso Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Giunse alfin he momento/Al desio di chi adora you the marriage of Figaro
Parto, Parto of the clemency of Titus Symphony No. 40 in g minor
• Tariff (s): choose three concerts of the program to take advantage of the Pass "It's mine" every concert will return you then to € 20, a total of € 60 for three concerts!

• Information and booking: Tel 08 2013 2013

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