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09:30  Béatrice et Bénédict by Hector Berlioz at the Opéra-Comique
Béatrice et Bénédict, Opéra-Comique in two acts by Hector Berlioz
Libretto by Hector Berlioz after Much ado about nothing, by William Shakespeare

Emmanuel Krivine (Musical direction)
Dan Jemmett (Stage direction)

Les Eléments
La Chambre Philharmonique

Christine Rice (Béatrice), Allan Clayton (Bénédict), Ailish Tynan (Héro), Élodie Méchain (Ursule), Edwin Crossley-Mercer (Claudio), Jérôme Varnier (Don Pedro), Michel Trempont (Somarone), Giovanni Calò (Leonato), David Lefort (Le Messager), Bob Goody (Alberto)

Renaissance Italy, the grand shores of Sicily, the winds from the sea and war epics, the battles of wits in courts where lords and artists develop a common way of life: romantic reverie during the first centuries of modern history gave numerous masterpieces to the plastic arts and opera. For an idealist coupled with a lover of Italy such as Berlioz, Shakespeare's comedy depicts a long-entertained subject. With this return to sources, Berlioz created a work that reflected him (caustic and tender, sublime and grotesque, sensitive and powerfully lyrical) and one of the most beautiful compositions of the genre.

© Opéra Comique
www.opera-comique.com
11:25  Les Siècles and François-Xavier Roth: Debussy, Franck, Saint-Saëns
Les Siècles, Coro de la Orquesta Ciudad de Granada, François-Xavier Roth (Conductor)
Héctor Eliel Márquez (Chorus Master)
Jean-Efflam Bavouzet (piano)

Claude Debussy (1862 - 1918)
Marche écossaise, sur un thème populaire
Jeux
Nocturnes

César Franck (1822 - 1890)
Variations symphoniques

Camille Saint-Saëns (1835 - 1921)
Samson et Dalila, Bacchanale

Recorde on June 24, 2018 at the Festival de Grenade
Directed by Stéphane Vérité
12:45  Intermezzo
13:30  Hedda Gabler by Marit Moum Aune, Norwegian national ballet
Hedda Gabler
Marit Moum Aune, choreography and staging
Kaloyan Boyadjive, Group choreography
Nils Petter Molvær, music
Even Børsum, sets design
Ingrid Nylander, costume design
Kristin Bredal , lighting design

With dancers from
The Norwegian national ballet
The Norwegian national ballet school

And
Grete Sofie Borud Nybakken (Hedda Gabler)
Silas Henriksen (Eilert Løvborg)
Philip Currell (Jørgen Tesman)
Eugenie Skilnand (Thea Elvsted)
Shane Urton (Assessorr Brack)
Samantha Lynch (Aunt Julie)
Klara Mårtensson (Diana)
Kristian Alm (Général Gablerl, Hedda's father)
Erle Østraat (Hedda Gabler child)
Helle Flood (Thea Elvsted , child)



Recorded on October 17th and 18th 2017 at the Den Norske Opera & Ballet
TV Director, Tommy Pascal
15:10  A Swan Lake, choreography by Alexander Ekman
16:50  Intermezzo
17:30  La Damnation de Faust by Berlioz: Les Siècles, J.F. Roth - Opéra Royal du Château de Versailles
Les Siècles, François-Xavier Roth (Conductor)
Chœur Marguerite Louise
Gaétan Jarry (Chorus Master)
Mathias Vidal (tenor) (Faust)
Anna Caterina Antonacci (mezzo-soprano) (Marguerite)
Nicolas Courjal (bass) (Méphistophélès)
Thibault de Damas d'Anlezy (bass) (Brander)

Hector Berlioz (1803 - 1869)
La Damnation de Faust
Légende dramatique in four parts
Libretto by Hector Berlioz and Almire Gandonnière after Gérard de Nerval's translation of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's 'Faust'
First performance in Paris, Opéra-Comique, 6 December 1846

Recorded on 6 November 2018 at the Opéra Royal, Château de Versailles
Directed by Frédéric Caillierez
19:40  John Nelson conducts Berlioz's Requiem in London
Philharmonia Orchestra, Philharmonia Chorus, London Philharmonic Choir, John Nelson (conductor)
Michael Spyres (tenor)

Hector Berlioz (1803 - 1869)
Grande messe des morts, op. 5, H 75

Recorded at the Saint Paul Cathedral, London, 8 March 2019
21:10  Intermezzo
21:30  Lucio Silla by Mozart at the Teatro Real, Madrid
00:30  Shabaka Hutchings 'The comet is coming' - Like a Jazz Machine
The comet is coming
Shabaka Hutchings, saxophone ténor
Dan Leavers, synthétiseur
Max Hallet, batterie

Sixty years after Sun Ra released his debut album, the influence of the late avant garde jazz musician and 'cosmic philosopher' persists. Sun Ra is a clear touchstone for futurists band The Comet is coming. They're formed of saxophonist Shabaka Hutchings (aka King Shabaka), and the two members of Soccer96: synths guy Dan Leavers (aka Danalogue The Conqueror) and drums man Maxwell Hallett (aka Betamax Killer). Formed in 2013 after saxophonist Shabaka Hutchings spontaneously joined funk duo Soccer96 on stage, the trio combines Sun Ra's mythological themes and love of the experimental, whipping up a fusion of jazz, Afrobeat and electronica in an improvisational, intergalactic mash-upstyle, starting with an orthodox jazz sensibility and taking it to the dancefloor. For millennia, humankind has viewed comets as harbingers of doom, portents of change and destruction. The Comet Is Coming are here to recognize these world-altering prophecies and to help us dance like it's the end of the world.

Recorded on May 25th 2017 at Like a Jazz Machine Festival, Dudelange, Luxembourg
TV Director, Samuel Thiebaut
01:35  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
02:35  R+R=NOW (Glasper, Scott, Hodge, McFerrin...) - Jazz à Vienne
R+R=Now
Robert Glasper (keyboards),
Terrace Martin (saxophone),
Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah (trumpet),
Derrick Hodge (bass),
Justin Tyson (drums),
Taylor McFerrin (keyboard, vocals)

The saxophonist Terrace Martin, the multi-instrumentalist and producer from Los Angeles, who can be heard in some of the biggest hits of Kendrick Lamar and YG or backing Snoop Dogg, Billy Higgins and Herbie Hancock, has just completed a busy year. Along with the release of 'Sounds of Crenshaw Vol.1', an album by his group The Pollyseeds (with, among others, Kamasi Washington, Robert Glasper and Problem), as well as his contribution to the famous 'Loyalty' by the duo K. Lamar/Rihanna, he has produced the latest album by YG and toured with Herbie Hancock, whose current work he is also producing. To round off the year, he whipped up the crowds last year with Robert Glasper and a real Who's Who in contemporary US jazz (see line-up) in the supergroup concept named R+R=Now. The pianist Robert Glasper announced and described the project to Billboard: 'we all come from the same concrete garden and we make fluid, honest and open music ranging from jazz, hip hop and EDM to reggae!'

Recorded on July 4th at Jazz à Vienne Festival
TV Director, Fabien Raymond
03:35  Snarky Puppy at the Stockholm Jazz Festival
04:35  Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah, Jazz Festival in Vienne
Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah

Christian Scott, trumpet, Reverse Flugel, Sirenette
Lawrence Fields, piano and keyboard
Max Moran (b)
Mike Mitchell, percussion
Elena Pinderhughes, flute
Weedie Braimah, drums

27 year old Christian Scott embodies the new generation of New Orleans trumpeters, a seminal dynasty that started with the legendary King Oliver and Louis Armstrong and continued with Wynton Marsalis, Terence Blanchard and Nicholas Payton. The trumpeter trained at Berklee College of Music in Boston and his warm tone and unusual round notes are instantly recognisable. After working with McCoy Tyner, Prince, Marcus Miller, Eddie Palmieri, Mos Def, Thom Yorke and Solange Knowles, the musician from Crescent City is now the pin-up boy for jazz fusion. His grandfather is the iconic Big Chief Donald Harrison Sr. who managed four tribes of Black Indians (Christian actually started out in one in 1989). The Louisiana trumpeter's sound straddles hip hop, soul and jazz and he appeared a decade ago with the album Rewind That (2006). He was hit by the full force of Hurricane Katrina and devoted his next record (Anthem, 2007) to portraying the human and cultural disaster. After Live at Newport, he recorded Yesterday You Said Tomorrow in 2010 inspired by the 60s groovy jazz played by artists on the Blue Note record label. Christian Scott is one of a long line of Louisiana artists who have been reinventing jazz music for over a century.

Recorded on 2017, June 30th at the Vienne Jazz Festival
TV Director, Fabien Raymond
05:40  Intermezzo
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