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Christoph Prégardien, ténor
Julius Drake, piano
Liederkreis, op. 39
Dichterliebe, op. 48
Last season, Christoph Prégardien, heir to the heroes of the German lied such as Häfliger or Schreier, presented us with Winter Journey, a Schubertian classic. He returns to us with these two major cycles by Schumann, in which his skilful diction and musical subtlety will amaze us once again.
L'Orchestre de Paris et Pablo Heras-Casado dans la nef
Orchestre de Paris
Pablo Heras-Casado, direction
Alborada del gracioso, O 43, no 4
Boléro, O 81
Les Tableaux d'une exposition, orchestration de Maurice Ravel
An honoured guest for the great symphonic concerts in the Nave, the Orchestre de Paris presents some of Ravel’s most famous works (including the unmissable Bolero) together with the fascinating orchestration he produced for Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition.
Special rate: €25 (seated) / free, reservation required (standing)
Anne Sofie von Otter, mezzo
Bengt Forsberg, piano
Lawrence Power, alto
Fabian Frederiksson, guitare électrique
Œuvres de Claude Debussy, Henri Duparc, Charles Loeffler, Léo Ferré.
The great Swedish mezzo-soprano does us the immense honour of taking the stage in the auditorium for a tribute to Baudelaire. From Duparc to Léo Ferré, here she is at home with the verses and repertoires that she loves so much and performs so brilliantly.
Stéphanie d'Oustrac, mezzo-soprano
Pascal Jourdan, piano
Musiciens de l'Orchestre de Paris
Shéhérazade, O 41
Chansons madécasses, O 78
Trois poèmes de Stéphane Mallarmé, O 64
Introduction et allegro, O 46
Menuet antique, O 7
Deux épigrammes de Clément Marot / Ernest Chausson, La Chanson perpetuelle, op. posth 37
L'Invitation au voyage
La Vie antérieure
We welcome Stéphanie d'Oustrac into the prestigious family of the Orsay and Royaumont masters of lied and melody! A hugely talented lyric actress, celebrated on stages throughout the world, this mezzo-soprano cultivates this most intimate of art forms with love. She excels here in Ravel’s taunting sensuality.
Michel Portal and Friends, Take Jazz Seriously
Michel Portal, clarinette
Théo Ceccaldi, violon
Vincent Peirani, accordéon
Œuvres de Ravel, Stravinsky, Gershwin. Improvisations et arrangements de Michel Portal.
Take Jazz Seriously. This is how Ravel put it when he addressed the American composers. The great Michel Portal could take this motto as his own. In order to revisit Maurice Ravel, he has invited the young guard of jazz, including the very promising Théo Ceccaldi on violin and the amazing Vincent Peirani on accordion, for a concert where classical pieces will merge with transcriptions and improvisations by the great master of the clarinet.