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09:30  The 14th July Concert with the Orchestre National de France and François-Xavier Roth
Orchestre National de France, François-Xavier Roth (Conductor)
Maîtrise et Chœur de Radio France, Martina Batič, Marie-Noëlle Maerten (Chorus Master)
Aida Garifullina (soprano), Patricia Petibon (soprano) Joyce DiDonato (mezzo-soprano), Philippe Jaroussky (countertenor), Jean-François Borras (tenor), Matthias Goerne (baritone), Sarah Nemtanu, Deborah Nemtanu, Renaud Capuçon (violin), Khatia Buniatishvili (piano)

Hector Berlioz
La Damnation de Faust: Marche hongroise

Giacomo Puccini
Turandot: Nessun dorma (Jean-François Borras)

Vincenzo Bellini
Norma: Casta Diva (Aida Garifullina)

Georg Friedrich Haendel
Rinaldo: Lascia ch'io pianga (Joyce DiDonato)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Idomeneo: D'Oreste, d'Ajace (Patricia Petibon)

Alexander Borodin
Prince Igor: Polovtsian Dance no 17

John Williams
Schindler's List

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Don Giovanni: Là ci darem la mano (Joyce DiDonato & Matthias Goerne)

Jules Massenet
Le Cid: Navarraise

Richard Wagner
Tannhäuser: Lied an den Abendstern (Matthias Goerne)

Charles Gounod
Faust: Gloire immortelle de nos aïeux

Dimitri Shostakovich (orch. Lucas Henri)
Waltz & Polka for 2 violins and piano (Sarah & Deborah Nemtanu)

Claude Debussy
Salut printemps

Sergei Rachmaninov
Piano Concerto no 2 : 3rd movement (Khatia Buniatishvili)

Jacques Offenbach
Les contes d'Hoffmann : Barcarolle (Aida Garifullina & Joyce DiDonato)

Leonard Bernstein
West side story: Mambo

Nicola Porpora
Polifemo: Alto Giove (Philippe Jaroussky)

Camille Saint-Saëns
Samson et Dalila: Bacchanale

Giuseppe Verdi
La Traviata: Brindisi (Aïda Garifullina & Jean-François Borras)

Rouget de Lisle / Hector Berlioz
La Marseillaise

Recorded 14 July 2018 at the Champs-de-Mars, Paris
Directed by François Goetghebeur
11:10  Pierre-Laurent Aimard, Festival Internacional de Música y Danza de Granada
Pierre-Laurent Aimard (piano)

Tombeau de Claude Debussy (The tomb of Claude Debussy), collective work commissioned by Henri Prunières (1920)
Gian Francesco Malipiero (1882 - 1973)
Béla Bartók (1881 - 1945)
Sostenuto, Rubato
Eugène Goossens (1893 - 1962)
Hommage à Debussy (Homage to Debussy)
Igor Stravinsky (1882 - 1971)
Fragment des Symphonies pour instruments à vent à la mémoire de C. A. Debussy
Paul Dukas (1865 - 1935)
La plainte, au loin, du faune

Claude Debussy (1862 - 1918)

Record on June 26, 2018, Patio de los Arrayanes, Festival Internacional de Música y Danza de Granada
Directed by par Stéphane Vérité
11:30  The Tatarstan National Symphony Orchestra plays Rachmaninov and Tchaikovsky with Denis Matsuev
Tatarstan National Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Sladkovsky (conductor)
Denis Matsuev (piano)

Sergei Rachmaninov
Isle of the dead, op. 29
Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 1 in F sharp minor, op. 1

Piotr Ilych Tchaikovsky
Symphony 'Manfred' in B minor, op. 58

Recorded at the Saydashev Grand Concert Hall, City of Kazan (Russia) on June 05th, 2014
13:15  Intermezzo
13:30  Arto Lindsay - New Morning
Arto Lindsay (guitar,vocals), Kassa Overall (drums), Melvin Gibbs (bass), Paul Wilson (keyboards), Marivaldo Paim (percussion)
14:30  Manu Katché, Richard Bona, Mike Stern, Niels Lan Doky - Jazz in Marciac
Mike Stern (guitar)
Niels Lan Doky (piano)
Richard Bona (bass)
Manu Katché (drums)

The Cameroonian international artist Richard Bona at first became known as a bass player in the company of jazz musicians before beginning a career as a singer and composer in 1999. He interprets his own songs and now has more than half a dozen albums under his belt. Jazz Grand Prix winner of the SACEM, Richard Bona never cheats, but then, he doesn't need to.
For those who may be unaware, Mike Stern is one of the greatest jazz-rock guitarists, and has been for more than twenty years now. Pupil of Pat Metheny, he was at first spotted by Billy Cobham and then by Miles Davis at the beginning of the 1980's, he was then taken on by Jaco Pastorius and an active member of 'Steps Ahead' with Danny Sanborn before starting out on a promising solo career .
The drummer and percussionist Manu Katché has been for some thirty years one of the most sought after musicians at an international level on the jazz, rock and pop scenes. He became known in 1986 thanks to his participation in the album 'So' by Peter Gabriel and since then has been performing non-stop in groups or for recordings, as leader or as sideman. Whatever the context he demonstrates his magnificent technique.

Recorded at Jazz in Marciac Festival (Circus top), on August 6, 2018
TV Director, Jean-Marc Birraux
15:30  Dave Holland, Zakir Hussain & Chris Potter - Jazz in Marciac
Zakir Hussain (tabla)
Chris Potter (saxophone)
Dave Holland (double bass)

The Indian composer and percussionist Zakir Hussain is THE tabla player of his generation. The tabla is a percussion instrument from the north of India which does indeed give rhythm to the musician's compositions as much when he is performing solo as here when he is accompanied by the bass player Dave Holland or the tenor saxophonist Chris Potter. Considered as a national treasure in India, this artist accrues performances with no less than 150 concerts per year and a career which began at 12 years of age!
Perhaps the most impressive virtuoso of the tenor saxophone according to Michel Contat of Télérama, Chris Potter comes from the generation of saxophonists who came to the fore during the course of the 1990's alongside Joshua Redman, James Carter, Chris Cheek and Seamus Blake. Very quickly, this native of Chicago attracted attention because of his succulent tenor sound and a very personal manner of constructing his solos, imposing himself as a reference amongst his peers.
Dave Holland's class! This majestic double bass with a round sound. A self-taught double bass player whose atypical manner of playing and magnificent sound were quickly noticed by a certain Miles Davis. A great composer as well. A great leader too.Together with Miles Davis, Chick Corea, Stan Getz or heading up his own groups, the Brit could never be happy with the minimum.

Recorded at Jazz in Marciac Festival (Circus top), on July 28, 2018
TV Director, Jean-Marc Birraux
16:30  Intermezzo
17:30  William Christie conducts La Didone by Cavalli
20:30  Intermezzo
21:25  Alexei Volodin plays the piano concertos by Chopin
23:30  Intermezzo
00:30  Chris Cheek at Zinc Bar (New York)
Chris Cheek
Born in St. Louis, Missouri, Chris Cheek began playing the alto sax at the age of 12. Thanks to a strong public school music program and a highly supportive family, Chris had good educational and performance experiences from the very beginning. While attending Webster University, Chris played with a variety of local Jazz and Blues bands including legendary saxophonist Willie Akins' group and the Bob Kuban Brass. Chris went to Boston in 1988 to attend Berklee College of music where he studied with Herb Pomeroy, Joe Viola and Hal Crook.

Chris moved to New York in 1992 and since then has toured and recorded with Paul Motian, Charlie Haden's Liberation Music Orchestra, The Bloomdaddies, and the Orquestra de Jazz de Matosinhos . Chris has also played with Bill Frisell, Brian Blade, Lee Konitz, Carla Bley, Tom Harrell, Wolfgang Muthspiel, Frank Carlberg, Eliot Zigmund, Brad Mehldau, Kurt Rosenwinkel and many others!

Chris also plays with the Brooklyn Boogaloo Blowout, Rudder, Steve Swallow's Quintet and Guillermo Klein's 'Los Guachos'. In addition to appearing on numerous CD's as a sideman, Chris has recorded 4 albums as a leader for Fresh Sound Records. He currently resides in Brooklyn, NY.
01:30  Andy Bey at Zinc Bar (New York)
02:30  Rosario Giuliani Quartet at Skoda Jazz Festival
Rosario Giuliani - alto sax
Roberto Tarenzi - piano,
Dario Deidda - bass,
Mimì Verderame - drums.
03:50  James Carter Organ trio 'Giant Steps' - Jazz à la Villette
James Carter - saxophone
Gerard Gibbs - Hammond organ
Leonard King - drums
04:55  Omar Sosa, Quarteto Afrocubano, Jazz in Junas
Omar Sosa, Quarteto Afrocubano

Omar Sosa, piano, Fender Rhodes
Lukmil Perez, drums
Childo Thomas: electric bass
Leandro Saint-hill: percussion, flute, saxophone

Cuban pianist and travelling musician Omar Sosa dazzles with his musical maturity and delicate arrangements, mixing jazz, urban music and Afro-caribbean rhythms. Since the 1990's, with each new album, Omar Sosa has been developing his own identity, mixing influences from Africa, the Caribbean and Latin America. Between jazz and world music, Omar Sosa invents a far-ranging form of jazz, magnificent music, constantly in motion, sounding like a universal language.

Recorded on 2017, July 21th at the Festival Jazz in Junas
TV Director, Giuseppe de Vechi
05:50  Intermezzo
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