Musée d'Orsay: Black is beautiful

Black is beautiful

Embark with Clément Mao-Tackacs and the Secession Orchestra from Vienna to Mexico City via Paris, the United States and Jamaica! Eleanor Alberga, a Caribbean composer of today, and Silvestre Revueltas, fascinated by Native American rhythms, respond to Zemlinsky, one of the Old World musicians who opened up the most to non-European influences. And Robert Nathaniel Dett, meanwhile, will remember the French sources that have enriched his language and given a unique character to his prodigious spirituals.

Clément Mao-Takacs, direction
Secession Orchestra
Edwin Fardini
, baryton
Mata Gabin, récitante

Robert Nathaniel Dett
In the Bottoms, Suite
Alexander Von Zemlinsky
Symphonische Gesänge, op. 20
Claude Debussy
The little nigar, FL 122
Francis Poulenc
Rapsodie nègre, FP 3
Eleonor Alberga
Œuvre en création française
Silvestre Revueltas
Sensemayá

Clément Mao-Takacs, Secession Orchestra© Vincent Thiery

Thu 18 April 2019 - 20h00
Musée d'Orsay
Auditorium niveau -2

Rates

Full rate: €35
Members and Friends: €30
Under 26sand solidarity rate: €8
Under 18s: €8


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