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08:35  Tugan Sokhiev and the Orchestre national du Capitole de Toulouse : Berlioz's Requiem
Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse, Orfeón Donostiarra, Tugan Sokhiev (Conductor)
Bryan Hymel (tenor)

Hector Berlioz (1803 - 1869)
Grande messe des morts op. 5

Recorded on 5 February 2015 at the Halle aux Grains, Toulouse
Directed by Jean-Pierre Loisil
10:05  Intermezzo
10:30  Salonen conducts Stravinsky in Helsinki
Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Esa-Pekka Salonen (Conductor)

Igor Stravinsky
Symphony of wind instruments
Agon
The Rite of Spring

Live from the Musiikkitalo, Helsinki
11:45  Hannu Lintu conducts Sibelius' Symphony no. 1
Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Hannu Lintu (Conductor)

Jean Sibelius
Symphony no. 1 in E minor, op. 39

Recorded in 2015 at the New Helsinki Music Center (Musiikkitalo)
Directed by Laura Joutsi and Hannu Kamppila
12:30  Hannu Lintu conducts Sibelius' Symphony no. 1
Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Hannu Lintu (Conductor)

Jean Sibelius
Symphony no. 1 in E minor, op. 39

Recorded in 2015 at the New Helsinki Music Center (Musiikkitalo)
Directed by Laura Joutsi and Hannu Kamppila
13:20  Intermezzo
14:00  Bill Frisell Trio, Melbourne International Jazz Festival
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
14:45  Ari Hoenig Trio, Melbourne International Jazz Festival
Ari Hoenig Trio
Ari Hoenig, drums
Nitai Hershkovits , piano
Or Bareket , bass

Ari Hoenig's thrilling live performances are renowned for being whole-of-body, whole-of-mind experiences. An intensely creative musician who is continuously exploring the melodic possibilities of the drum set, both as a player and a composer, Hoenig is unmatched for his 'expansive technique, propulsive time and deep musicality' (New York Times).
Don't miss Hoenig's boldly uncompromising new trio as they take live improvisation into exhilarating new territories.

Recorded on June 4th 2017 at The Jazzlab, Melbourne International Jazz Festival, Australia
TV Director, Mathieu Mastin
15:30  The Necks, Melbourne International Jazz Festival, Australia
The Necks
Chris Abrahams, piano
Tony Buck, drums
Lloyd Swanton, bass

From unlikely beginnings as a band experimenting privately with no intention of ever performing in public, The Necks have gone on to achieve extraordinary worldwide acclaim for their unique music making. Now in their fourth decade of collaboration, the almost-telepathic rapport between the trio is one of the most compelling in live music.
The Necks' live shows have been likened to an almost religious experience, conjuring a chemistry that defies description in orthodox terms. Performing off the back of Unfold, their most recent release and eighteenth as a band, this is an unmissable opportunity to experience one of this country's most iconic ensembles.

Recorded on June 5th 2017 at The Jazzlab, Melbourne International Jazz Festival, Australia
TV Director, Mathieu Mastin
16:20  Intermezzo
18:00  Orfeo by Luigi Rossi conducted by Raphaël Pichon
Orfeo, by Luigi Rossi
Libretto by Francesco Buti
Edited by Raphaël Pichon and Miguel Henry

Ensemble Pygmalion, Raphaël Pichon (Conductor)

Jetske Mijnssen (Stage Director)
Ben Baur (Sets), Gideon Davey (Costumes), Bernd Purkrabek (Lighting)

Judith van Wanroij (Orfeo)
Francesca Aspromonte (Euridice)
Giuseppina Bridelli (Aristeo)
Giulia Semenzato (Venere, Proserpina)
Luigi de Donato (Augure, Plutone)
Ray Chenez (Nutrice, Amore)
Renato Dolcini (Satiro)
Dominique Visse (Vecchia)
Victor Torres (Endimione, Caronte)
Marc Mauillon (Momo)
David Tricou (Apollo)

Recorded on February 9, 2016 at the Opéra de Nancy
Directed by Stéphane Vérité
21:00  Intermezzo
22:00  Mahler: Symphony No.3 by the Orchestre national du Capitole de Toulouse and Tugan Sokhiev
Gustav Mahler: Symphony No.3 in D minor

Anna Larsson, contralto
Orfeon Donostiarria Choir, Les Eclats
Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse
Tugan Sokhiev
23:50  Tugan Sokhiev and the Orchestre national du Capitole de Toulouse in Peralada: Debussy, Tchaikovsky, Mussorgsky
Orchestre national du Capitole de Toulouse, Tugan Sokhiev (conductor)

Claude Debussy (1862 - 1918)
Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune

Piotr Ilych Tchaikovsky (1840 - 1893)
Nutcracker, suite

Modest Mussorgsky (1839 - 1881)
Pictures at an exhibition (orchestration by Maurice Ravel)

Georges Bizet (1838 - 1875)
Arlésienne, Suite no 2: Farandole
Carmen, Ouverture

Recorded on July 8th 2017, The Castle Gardens Auditorium, Festival Castell de Peralada
Directed by Jean-Pierre Loisil
01:25  Taj Mahal and Bassekou Kouyaté at Jazz à Vienne
Taj Mahal, a formidable musician, an icon of the blues and of world music, can play over twenty instruments, including guitars and dobros, dulcimer, banjo and harmonica. A figurehead of the 'blues revival' in the mid-60's, Taj Mahal is a prolific composer, a musicologist, an indefatigable explorer of African-American, African, Caribbean, Indian and Hawaiian music. At a recording session in a studio in Georgia, Taj Mahal met griot Toumani Diabaté. Their research into the links between the blues and Mandingue music gave birth to the album 'Kulanjan' (1999). The Mandingue tradition can be heard today in the electrified and modernized ngoni of Bassekou Kouyaté. The musician from Mali is an activist for peace and tolerance in his home country. Bassekou Kouyaté invites the itinerant King of blues, Taj Mahal, for a duet: a magical moment.
02:20  Intermezzo
03:00  Orfeo by Luigi Rossi conducted by Raphaël Pichon
Orfeo, by Luigi Rossi
Libretto by Francesco Buti
Edited by Raphaël Pichon and Miguel Henry

Ensemble Pygmalion, Raphaël Pichon (Conductor)

Jetske Mijnssen (Stage Director)
Ben Baur (Sets), Gideon Davey (Costumes), Bernd Purkrabek (Lighting)

Judith van Wanroij (Orfeo)
Francesca Aspromonte (Euridice)
Giuseppina Bridelli (Aristeo)
Giulia Semenzato (Venere, Proserpina)
Luigi de Donato (Augure, Plutone)
Ray Chenez (Nutrice, Amore)
Renato Dolcini (Satiro)
Dominique Visse (Vecchia)
Victor Torres (Endimione, Caronte)
Marc Mauillon (Momo)
David Tricou (Apollo)

Recorded on February 9, 2016 at the Opéra de Nancy
Directed by Stéphane Vérité
06:00  Intermezzo
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