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07:02Jazz legends - Earl Hines & his all stars
Earl Hines & His all stars With Earl Hines (piano) Roy Eldridge (trumpette) Ben Webster(Tenor Sax) Bon Byas (Tenor Sax) Stuff SMITH (violin) Jimmy WOODE (bass) Kenny CLARKE (drums) Playlist - "Boogie Woogie on Saint Louis Blues" -" Rosetta " - " Sweet Lorraine " - " Tenderly " - " Timme's Blues " Recorded on 1967 at Comblain-la-tour Festival, Belgium TV Director, Pierre BadelEarl Hines & His all stars With Earl Hines (piano) Roy Eldridge (trumpette) Ben Webster(Tenor Sax) Bon Byas (Tenor Sax) Stuff SMITH (violin) Jimmy WOODE (bass) Kenny CLARKE (drums) Playlist - "Boogie Woogie on Saint Louis Blues" -" Rosetta " - " Sweet Lorraine " - " Tenderly " - " Timme's Blues " Recorded on 1967 at Comblain-la-tour Festival, Belgium TV Director, Pierre BadelEarl Hines & His all stars With Earl Hines (piano) Roy Eldridge (trumpette) Ben Webster(Tenor Sax) Bon Byas (Tenor Sax) Stuff SMITH (violin) Jimmy WOODE (bass) Kenny CLARKE (drums) Playlist - "Boogie Woogie on Saint Louis Blues" -" Rosetta " - " Sweet Lorraine " - " Tenderly " - " Timme's Blues " Recorded on 1967 at Comblain-la-tour Festival, Belgium TV Director, Pierre BadelEarl Hines & His all stars With Earl Hines (piano) Roy Eldridge (trumpette) Ben Webster(Tenor Sax) Bon Byas (Tenor Sax) Stuff SMITH (violin) Jimmy WOODE (bass) Kenny CLARKE (drums) Playlist - "Boogie Woogie on Saint Louis Blues" -" Rosetta " - " Sweet Lorraine " - " Tenderly " - " Timme's Blues " Recorded on 1967 at Comblain-la-tour Festival, Belgium TV Director, Pierre BadelEarl Hines & His all stars With Earl Hines (piano) Roy Eldridge (trumpette) Ben Webster(Tenor Sax) Bon Byas (Tenor Sax) Stuff SMITH (violin) Jimmy WOODE (bass) Kenny CLARKE (drums) Playlist - "Boogie Woogie on Saint Louis Blues" -" Rosetta " - " Sweet Lorraine " - " Tenderly " - " Timme's Blues " Recorded on 1967 at Comblain-la-tour Festival, Belgium TV Director, Pierre BadelEarl Hines & His all stars With Earl Hines (piano) Roy Eldridge (trumpette) Ben Webster(Tenor Sax) Bon Byas (Tenor Sax) Stuff SMITH (violin) Jimmy WOODE (bass) Kenny CLARKE (drums) Playlist - "Boogie Woogie on Saint Louis Blues" -" Rosetta " - " Sweet Lorraine " - " Tenderly " - " Timme's Blues " Recorded on 1967 at Comblain-la-tour Festival, Belgium TV Director, Pierre BadelEarl Hines & His all stars With Earl Hines (piano) Roy Eldridge (trumpette) Ben Webster(Tenor Sax) Bon Byas (Tenor Sax) Stuff SMITH (violin) Jimmy WOODE (bass) Kenny CLARKE (drums) Playlist - "Boogie Woogie on Saint Louis Blues" -" Rosetta " - " Sweet Lorraine " - " Tenderly " - " Timme's Blues " Recorded on 1967 at Comblain-la-tour Festival, Belgium TV Director, Pierre BadelEarl Hines & His all stars With Earl Hines (piano) Roy Eldridge (trumpette) Ben Webster(Tenor Sax) Bon Byas (Tenor Sax) Stuff SMITH (violin) Jimmy WOODE (bass) Kenny CLARKE (drums) Playlist - "Boogie Woogie on Saint Louis Blues" -" Rosetta " - " Sweet Lorraine " - " Tenderly " - " Timme's Blues " Recorded on 1967 at Comblain-la-tour Festival, Belgium TV Director, Pierre BadelEarl Hines & His all stars With Earl Hines (piano) Roy Eldridge (trumpette) Ben Webster(Tenor Sax) Bon Byas (Tenor Sax) Stuff SMITH (violin) Jimmy WOODE (bass) Kenny CLARKE (drums) Playlist - "Boogie Woogie on Saint Louis Blues" -" Rosetta " - " Sweet Lorraine " - " Tenderly " - " Timme's Blues " Recorded on 1967 at Comblain-la-tour Festival, Belgium TV Director, Pierre BadelEarl Hines & His all stars With Earl Hines (piano) Roy Eldridge (trumpette) Ben Webster(Tenor Sax) Bon Byas (Tenor Sax) Stuff SMITH (violin) Jimmy WOODE (bass) Kenny CLARKE (drums) Playlist - "Boogie Woogie on Saint Louis Blues" -" Rosetta " - " Sweet Lorraine " - " Tenderly " - " Timme's Blues " Recorded on 1967 at Comblain-la-tour Festival, Belgium TV Director, Pierre BadelEarl Hines & His all stars With Earl Hines (piano) Roy Eldridge (trumpette) Ben Webster(Tenor Sax) Bon Byas (Tenor Sax) Stuff SMITH (violin) Jimmy WOODE (bass) Kenny CLARKE (drums) Playlist - "Boogie Woogie on Saint Louis Blues" -" Rosetta " - " Sweet Lorraine " - " Tenderly " - " Timme's Blues " Recorded on 1967 at Comblain-la-tour Festival, Belgium TV Director, Pierre BadelEarl Hines & His all stars With Earl Hines (piano) Roy Eldridge (trumpette) Ben Webster(Tenor Sax) Bon Byas (Tenor Sax) Stuff SMITH (violin) Jimmy WOODE (bass) Kenny CLARKE (drums) Playlist - "Boogie Woogie on Saint Louis Blues" -" Rosetta " - " Sweet Lorraine " - " Tenderly " - " Timme's Blues " Recorded on 1967 at Comblain-la-tour Festival, Belgium TV Director, Pierre BadelEarl Hines & His all stars With Earl Hines (piano) Roy Eldridge (trumpette) Ben Webster(Tenor Sax) Bon Byas (Tenor Sax) Stuff SMITH (violin) Jimmy WOODE (bass) Kenny CLARKE (drums) Playlist - "Boogie Woogie on Saint Louis Blues" -" Rosetta " - " Sweet Lorraine " - " Tenderly " - " Timme's Blues " Recorded on 1967 at Comblain-la-tour Festival, Belgium TV Director, Pierre BadelEarl Hines & His all stars With Earl Hines (piano) Roy Eldridge (trumpette) Ben Webster(Tenor Sax) Bon Byas (Tenor Sax) Stuff SMITH (violin) Jimmy WOODE (bass) Kenny CLARKE (drums) Playlist - "Boogie Woogie on Saint Louis Blues" -" Rosetta " - " Sweet Lorraine " - " Tenderly " - " Timme's Blues " Recorded on 1967 at Comblain-la-tour Festival, Belgium TV Director, Pierre BadelEarl Hines & His all stars With Earl Hines (piano) Roy Eldridge (trumpette) Ben Webster(Tenor Sax) Bon Byas (Tenor Sax) Stuff SMITH (violin) Jimmy WOODE (bass) Kenny CLARKE (drums) Playlist - "Boogie Woogie on Saint Louis Blues" -" Rosetta " - " Sweet Lorraine " - " Tenderly " - " Timme's Blues " Recorded on 1967 at Comblain-la-tour Festival, Belgium TV Director, Pierre BadelEarl Hines & His all stars With Earl Hines (piano) Roy Eldridge (trumpette) Ben Webster(Tenor Sax) Bon Byas (Tenor Sax) Stuff SMITH (violin) Jimmy WOODE (bass) Kenny CLARKE (drums) Playlist - "Boogie Woogie on Saint Louis Blues" -" Rosetta " - " Sweet Lorraine " - " Tenderly " - " Timme's Blues " Recorded on 1967 at Comblain-la-tour Festival, Belgium TV Director, Pierre BadelEarl Hines & His all stars With Earl Hines (piano) Roy Eldridge (trumpette) Ben Webster(Tenor Sax) Bon Byas (Tenor Sax) Stuff SMITH (violin) Jimmy WOODE (bass) Kenny CLARKE (drums) Playlist - "Boogie Woogie on Saint Louis Blues" -" Rosetta " - " Sweet Lorraine " - " Tenderly " - " Timme's Blues " Recorded on 1967 at Comblain-la-tour Festival, Belgium TV Director, Pierre Badel
 
07:39InterMezzo 
10:00Karina Canellakis and the Orchestre de Paris: Ravel
Orchestre de Paris, Chœur de l'Orchestre de Paris, Karina Canellakis (Conductor) Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Daphnis et Chloé, suite no 2 Recorded at the Philharmonie de Paris, 4 September 2019 TV Director, Jean-Pierre LoisilOrchestre de Paris, Chœur de l'Orchestre de Paris, Karina Canellakis (Conductor) Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Daphnis et Chloé, suite no 2 Recorded at the Philharmonie de Paris, 4 September 2019 TV Director, Jean-Pierre LoisilOrchestre de Paris, Chœur de l'Orchestre de Paris, Karina Canellakis (Conductor) Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Daphnis et Chloé, suite no 2 Recorded at the Philharmonie de Paris, 4 September 2019 TV Director, Jean-Pierre LoisilOrchestre de Paris, Chœur de l'Orchestre de Paris, Karina Canellakis (Conductor) Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Daphnis et Chloé, suite no 2 Recorded at the Philharmonie de Paris, 4 September 2019 TV Director, Jean-Pierre LoisilOrchestre de Paris, Chœur de l'Orchestre de Paris, Karina Canellakis (Conductor) Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Daphnis et Chloé, suite no 2 Recorded at the Philharmonie de Paris, 4 September 2019 TV Director, Jean-Pierre LoisilOrchestre de Paris, Chœur de l'Orchestre de Paris, Karina Canellakis (Conductor) Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Daphnis et Chloé, suite no 2 Recorded at the Philharmonie de Paris, 4 September 2019 TV Director, Jean-Pierre LoisilOrchestre de Paris, Chœur de l'Orchestre de Paris, Karina Canellakis (Conductor) Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Daphnis et Chloé, suite no 2 Recorded at the Philharmonie de Paris, 4 September 2019 TV Director, Jean-Pierre LoisilOrchestre de Paris, Chœur de l'Orchestre de Paris, Karina Canellakis (Conductor) Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Daphnis et Chloé, suite no 2 Recorded at the Philharmonie de Paris, 4 September 2019 TV Director, Jean-Pierre LoisilOrchestre de Paris, Chœur de l'Orchestre de Paris, Karina Canellakis (Conductor) Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Daphnis et Chloé, suite no 2 Recorded at the Philharmonie de Paris, 4 September 2019 TV Director, Jean-Pierre LoisilOrchestre de Paris, Chœur de l'Orchestre de Paris, Karina Canellakis (Conductor) Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Daphnis et Chloé, suite no 2 Recorded at the Philharmonie de Paris, 4 September 2019 TV Director, Jean-Pierre LoisilOrchestre de Paris, Chœur de l'Orchestre de Paris, Karina Canellakis (Conductor) Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Daphnis et Chloé, suite no 2 Recorded at the Philharmonie de Paris, 4 September 2019 TV Director, Jean-Pierre LoisilOrchestre de Paris, Chœur de l'Orchestre de Paris, Karina Canellakis (Conductor) Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Daphnis et Chloé, suite no 2 Recorded at the Philharmonie de Paris, 4 September 2019 TV Director, Jean-Pierre LoisilOrchestre de Paris, Chœur de l'Orchestre de Paris, Karina Canellakis (Conductor) Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Daphnis et Chloé, suite no 2 Recorded at the Philharmonie de Paris, 4 September 2019 TV Director, Jean-Pierre LoisilOrchestre de Paris, Chœur de l'Orchestre de Paris, Karina Canellakis (Conductor) Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Daphnis et Chloé, suite no 2 Recorded at the Philharmonie de Paris, 4 September 2019 TV Director, Jean-Pierre LoisilOrchestre de Paris, Chœur de l'Orchestre de Paris, Karina Canellakis (Conductor) Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Daphnis et Chloé, suite no 2 Recorded at the Philharmonie de Paris, 4 September 2019 TV Director, Jean-Pierre LoisilOrchestre de Paris, Chœur de l'Orchestre de Paris, Karina Canellakis (Conductor) Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Daphnis et Chloé, suite no 2 Recorded at the Philharmonie de Paris, 4 September 2019 TV Director, Jean-Pierre LoisilOrchestre de Paris, Chœur de l'Orchestre de Paris, Karina Canellakis (Conductor) Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Daphnis et Chloé, suite no 2 Recorded at the Philharmonie de Paris, 4 September 2019 TV Director, Jean-Pierre Loisil
 
11:00Kirill Petrenko and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra: Pärt, Ligeti, Barber, Mahler
Berliner Philharmoniker, Kirill Petrenko (Conductor) Christiane Karg (soprano) Arvo Pärt (b. 1935) Fratres György Ligeti (1923 - 2006) Ramifications Samuel Barber (1910 - 1981) Adagio for Strings Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphony no 4 in G major (Arranged for Chamber Ensemble by Erwin Stein) Live from the Berlin Philharmonie Berliner Philharmoniker, Kirill Petrenko (Conductor) Christiane Karg (soprano) Arvo Pärt (b. 1935) Fratres György Ligeti (1923 - 2006) Ramifications Samuel Barber (1910 - 1981) Adagio for Strings Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphony no 4 in G major (Arranged for Chamber Ensemble by Erwin Stein) Live from the Berlin Philharmonie Berliner Philharmoniker, Kirill Petrenko (Conductor) Christiane Karg (soprano) Arvo Pärt (b. 1935) Fratres György Ligeti (1923 - 2006) Ramifications Samuel Barber (1910 - 1981) Adagio for Strings Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphony no 4 in G major (Arranged for Chamber Ensemble by Erwin Stein) Live from the Berlin Philharmonie Berliner Philharmoniker, Kirill Petrenko (Conductor) Christiane Karg (soprano) Arvo Pärt (b. 1935) Fratres György Ligeti (1923 - 2006) Ramifications Samuel Barber (1910 - 1981) Adagio for Strings Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphony no 4 in G major (Arranged for Chamber Ensemble by Erwin Stein) Live from the Berlin Philharmonie Berliner Philharmoniker, Kirill Petrenko (Conductor) Christiane Karg (soprano) Arvo Pärt (b. 1935) Fratres György Ligeti (1923 - 2006) Ramifications Samuel Barber (1910 - 1981) Adagio for Strings Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphony no 4 in G major (Arranged for Chamber Ensemble by Erwin Stein) Live from the Berlin Philharmonie Berliner Philharmoniker, Kirill Petrenko (Conductor) Christiane Karg (soprano) Arvo Pärt (b. 1935) Fratres György Ligeti (1923 - 2006) Ramifications Samuel Barber (1910 - 1981) Adagio for Strings Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphony no 4 in G major (Arranged for Chamber Ensemble by Erwin Stein) Live from the Berlin Philharmonie Berliner Philharmoniker, Kirill Petrenko (Conductor) Christiane Karg (soprano) Arvo Pärt (b. 1935) Fratres György Ligeti (1923 - 2006) Ramifications Samuel Barber (1910 - 1981) Adagio for Strings Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphony no 4 in G major (Arranged for Chamber Ensemble by Erwin Stein) Live from the Berlin Philharmonie Berliner Philharmoniker, Kirill Petrenko (Conductor) Christiane Karg (soprano) Arvo Pärt (b. 1935) Fratres György Ligeti (1923 - 2006) Ramifications Samuel Barber (1910 - 1981) Adagio for Strings Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphony no 4 in G major (Arranged for Chamber Ensemble by Erwin Stein) Live from the Berlin Philharmonie Berliner Philharmoniker, Kirill Petrenko (Conductor) Christiane Karg (soprano) Arvo Pärt (b. 1935) Fratres György Ligeti (1923 - 2006) Ramifications Samuel Barber (1910 - 1981) Adagio for Strings Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphony no 4 in G major (Arranged for Chamber Ensemble by Erwin Stein) Live from the Berlin Philharmonie Berliner Philharmoniker, Kirill Petrenko (Conductor) Christiane Karg (soprano) Arvo Pärt (b. 1935) Fratres György Ligeti (1923 - 2006) Ramifications Samuel Barber (1910 - 1981) Adagio for Strings Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphony no 4 in G major (Arranged for Chamber Ensemble by Erwin Stein) Live from the Berlin Philharmonie Berliner Philharmoniker, Kirill Petrenko (Conductor) Christiane Karg (soprano) Arvo Pärt (b. 1935) Fratres György Ligeti (1923 - 2006) Ramifications Samuel Barber (1910 - 1981) Adagio for Strings Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphony no 4 in G major (Arranged for Chamber Ensemble by Erwin Stein) Live from the Berlin Philharmonie Berliner Philharmoniker, Kirill Petrenko (Conductor) Christiane Karg (soprano) Arvo Pärt (b. 1935) Fratres György Ligeti (1923 - 2006) Ramifications Samuel Barber (1910 - 1981) Adagio for Strings Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphony no 4 in G major (Arranged for Chamber Ensemble by Erwin Stein) Live from the Berlin Philharmonie Berliner Philharmoniker, Kirill Petrenko (Conductor) Christiane Karg (soprano) Arvo Pärt (b. 1935) Fratres György Ligeti (1923 - 2006) Ramifications Samuel Barber (1910 - 1981) Adagio for Strings Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphony no 4 in G major (Arranged for Chamber Ensemble by Erwin Stein) Live from the Berlin Philharmonie Berliner Philharmoniker, Kirill Petrenko (Conductor) Christiane Karg (soprano) Arvo Pärt (b. 1935) Fratres György Ligeti (1923 - 2006) Ramifications Samuel Barber (1910 - 1981) Adagio for Strings Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphony no 4 in G major (Arranged for Chamber Ensemble by Erwin Stein) Live from the Berlin Philharmonie Berliner Philharmoniker, Kirill Petrenko (Conductor) Christiane Karg (soprano) Arvo Pärt (b. 1935) Fratres György Ligeti (1923 - 2006) Ramifications Samuel Barber (1910 - 1981) Adagio for Strings Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphony no 4 in G major (Arranged for Chamber Ensemble by Erwin Stein) Live from the Berlin Philharmonie Berliner Philharmoniker, Kirill Petrenko (Conductor) Christiane Karg (soprano) Arvo Pärt (b. 1935) Fratres György Ligeti (1923 - 2006) Ramifications Samuel Barber (1910 - 1981) Adagio for Strings Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphony no 4 in G major (Arranged for Chamber Ensemble by Erwin Stein) Live from the Berlin Philharmonie Berliner Philharmoniker, Kirill Petrenko (Conductor) Christiane Karg (soprano) Arvo Pärt (b. 1935) Fratres György Ligeti (1923 - 2006) Ramifications Samuel Barber (1910 - 1981) Adagio for Strings Gustav Mahler (1860 - 1911) Symphony no 4 in G major (Arranged for Chamber Ensemble by Erwin Stein) Live from the Berlin Philharmonie
 
12:25China Moses, Alfa Jazz Fest
China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg
 
13:30The Ballet Royal de la Nuit with the Ensemble Correspondances
Ensemble Correspondances, Sébastien Daucé (conductor) Lucile Richardot (La Nuit, Vénus italienne), Violaine Le Chenadec (Une Heure, Cintia, Une grâce française), Caroline Weynants (Eurydice, Une grâce française), Ilektra Platiopoulou (Junon), Caroline Dangin-Bardot (Vénus, Le Silence), Judith Fa (Pasitea, Mnémosyne), Deborah Cachet (La Lune, Déjanire, Une grâce française), David Tricou (Apollon, L'Aurore), Davy Cornillot (Endymion), Etienne Bazola (Le Sommeil), Renaud Bres (Hercule), Nicolas Brooymans (Grand Sacrificateur) Sean Patrick Mombruno (dancer) Le ballet Royal de la Nuit Grand divertissement pour le jeune Roi Soleil Performed on February 23, 1653 at the Petit-Bourbon, Paris Based on ''Le Ballet royal de la nuict'' (1653) by Isaac de Benserade (1613?-1691), Jean de Cambefort (1605-1661), Louis Constantin (1679-1779) and others composers Orfeo (1647) by Luigi Rossi (1597-1653), Ercole Amante (1661) by Francesco Cavalli (1602-1676) and airs de ballet by Antoine Boësset (1587-1643), Michel Lambert (1610-1696) Recorded on November 11 & 12, 2017 at the Théâtre de Caen Directed by François-René Martin Ensemble Correspondances, Sébastien Daucé (conductor) Lucile Richardot (La Nuit, Vénus italienne), Violaine Le Chenadec (Une Heure, Cintia, Une grâce française), Caroline Weynants (Eurydice, Une grâce française), Ilektra Platiopoulou (Junon), Caroline Dangin-Bardot (Vénus, Le Silence), Judith Fa (Pasitea, Mnémosyne), Deborah Cachet (La Lune, Déjanire, Une grâce française), David Tricou (Apollon, L'Aurore), Davy Cornillot (Endymion), Etienne Bazola (Le Sommeil), Renaud Bres (Hercule), Nicolas Brooymans (Grand Sacrificateur) Sean Patrick Mombruno (dancer) Le ballet Royal de la Nuit Grand divertissement pour le jeune Roi Soleil Performed on February 23, 1653 at the Petit-Bourbon, Paris Based on ''Le Ballet royal de la nuict'' (1653) by Isaac de Benserade (1613?-1691), Jean de Cambefort (1605-1661), Louis Constantin (1679-1779) and others composers Orfeo (1647) by Luigi Rossi (1597-1653), Ercole Amante (1661) by Francesco Cavalli (1602-1676) and airs de ballet by Antoine Boësset (1587-1643), Michel Lambert (1610-1696) Recorded on November 11 & 12, 2017 at the Théâtre de Caen Directed by François-René Martin Ensemble Correspondances, Sébastien Daucé (conductor) Lucile Richardot (La Nuit, Vénus italienne), Violaine Le Chenadec (Une Heure, Cintia, Une grâce française), Caroline Weynants (Eurydice, Une grâce française), Ilektra Platiopoulou (Junon), Caroline Dangin-Bardot (Vénus, Le Silence), Judith Fa (Pasitea, Mnémosyne), Deborah Cachet (La Lune, Déjanire, Une grâce française), David Tricou (Apollon, L'Aurore), Davy Cornillot (Endymion), Etienne Bazola (Le Sommeil), Renaud Bres (Hercule), Nicolas Brooymans (Grand Sacrificateur) Sean Patrick Mombruno (dancer) Le ballet Royal de la Nuit Grand divertissement pour le jeune Roi Soleil Performed on February 23, 1653 at the Petit-Bourbon, Paris Based on ''Le Ballet royal de la nuict'' (1653) by Isaac de Benserade (1613?-1691), Jean de Cambefort (1605-1661), Louis Constantin (1679-1779) and others composers Orfeo (1647) by Luigi Rossi (1597-1653), Ercole Amante (1661) by Francesco Cavalli (1602-1676) and airs de ballet by Antoine Boësset (1587-1643), Michel Lambert (1610-1696) Recorded on November 11 & 12, 2017 at the Théâtre de Caen Directed by François-René Martin Ensemble Correspondances, Sébastien Daucé (conductor) Lucile Richardot (La Nuit, Vénus italienne), Violaine Le Chenadec (Une Heure, Cintia, Une grâce française), Caroline Weynants (Eurydice, Une grâce française), Ilektra Platiopoulou (Junon), Caroline Dangin-Bardot (Vénus, Le Silence), Judith Fa (Pasitea, Mnémosyne), Deborah Cachet (La Lune, Déjanire, Une grâce française), David Tricou (Apollon, L'Aurore), Davy Cornillot (Endymion), Etienne Bazola (Le Sommeil), Renaud Bres (Hercule), Nicolas Brooymans (Grand Sacrificateur) Sean Patrick Mombruno (dancer) Le ballet Royal de la Nuit Grand divertissement pour le jeune Roi Soleil Performed on February 23, 1653 at the Petit-Bourbon, Paris Based on ''Le Ballet royal de la nuict'' (1653) by Isaac de Benserade (1613?-1691), Jean de Cambefort (1605-1661), Louis Constantin (1679-1779) and others composers Orfeo (1647) by Luigi Rossi (1597-1653), Ercole Amante (1661) by Francesco Cavalli (1602-1676) and airs de ballet by Antoine Boësset (1587-1643), Michel Lambert (1610-1696) Recorded on November 11 & 12, 2017 at the Théâtre de Caen Directed by François-René Martin Ensemble Correspondances, Sébastien Daucé (conductor) Lucile Richardot (La Nuit, Vénus italienne), Violaine Le Chenadec (Une Heure, Cintia, Une grâce française), Caroline Weynants (Eurydice, Une grâce française), Ilektra Platiopoulou (Junon), Caroline Dangin-Bardot (Vénus, Le Silence), Judith Fa (Pasitea, Mnémosyne), Deborah Cachet (La Lune, Déjanire, Une grâce française), David Tricou (Apollon, L'Aurore), Davy Cornillot (Endymion), Etienne Bazola (Le Sommeil), Renaud Bres (Hercule), Nicolas Brooymans (Grand Sacrificateur) Sean Patrick Mombruno (dancer) Le ballet Royal de la Nuit Grand divertissement pour le jeune Roi Soleil Performed on February 23, 1653 at the Petit-Bourbon, Paris Based on ''Le Ballet royal de la nuict'' (1653) by Isaac de Benserade (1613?-1691), Jean de Cambefort (1605-1661), Louis Constantin (1679-1779) and others composers Orfeo (1647) by Luigi Rossi (1597-1653), Ercole Amante (1661) by Francesco Cavalli (1602-1676) and airs de ballet by Antoine Boësset (1587-1643), Michel Lambert (1610-1696) Recorded on November 11 & 12, 2017 at the Théâtre de Caen Directed by François-René Martin Ensemble Correspondances, Sébastien Daucé (conductor) Lucile Richardot (La Nuit, Vénus italienne), Violaine Le Chenadec (Une Heure, Cintia, Une grâce française), Caroline Weynants (Eurydice, Une grâce française), Ilektra Platiopoulou (Junon), Caroline Dangin-Bardot (Vénus, Le Silence), Judith Fa (Pasitea, Mnémosyne), Deborah Cachet (La Lune, Déjanire, Une grâce française), David Tricou (Apollon, L'Aurore), Davy Cornillot (Endymion), Etienne Bazola (Le Sommeil), Renaud Bres (Hercule), Nicolas Brooymans (Grand Sacrificateur) Sean Patrick Mombruno (dancer) Le ballet Royal de la Nuit Grand divertissement pour le jeune Roi Soleil Performed on February 23, 1653 at the Petit-Bourbon, Paris Based on ''Le Ballet royal de la nuict'' (1653) by Isaac de Benserade (1613?-1691), Jean de Cambefort (1605-1661), Louis Constantin (1679-1779) and others composers Orfeo (1647) by Luigi Rossi (1597-1653), Ercole Amante (1661) by Francesco Cavalli (1602-1676) and airs de ballet by Antoine Boësset (1587-1643), Michel Lambert (1610-1696) Recorded on November 11 & 12, 2017 at the Théâtre de Caen Directed by François-René Martin Ensemble Correspondances, Sébastien Daucé (conductor) Lucile Richardot (La Nuit, Vénus italienne), Violaine Le Chenadec (Une Heure, Cintia, Une grâce française), Caroline Weynants (Eurydice, Une grâce française), Ilektra Platiopoulou (Junon), Caroline Dangin-Bardot (Vénus, Le Silence), Judith Fa (Pasitea, Mnémosyne), Deborah Cachet (La Lune, Déjanire, Une grâce française), David Tricou (Apollon, L'Aurore), Davy Cornillot (Endymion), Etienne Bazola (Le Sommeil), Renaud Bres (Hercule), Nicolas Brooymans (Grand Sacrificateur) Sean Patrick Mombruno (dancer) Le ballet Royal de la Nuit Grand divertissement pour le jeune Roi Soleil Performed on February 23, 1653 at the Petit-Bourbon, Paris Based on ''Le Ballet royal de la nuict'' (1653) by Isaac de Benserade (1613?-1691), Jean de Cambefort (1605-1661), Louis Constantin (1679-1779) and others composers Orfeo (1647) by Luigi Rossi (1597-1653), Ercole Amante (1661) by Francesco Cavalli (1602-1676) and airs de ballet by Antoine Boësset (1587-1643), Michel Lambert (1610-1696) Recorded on November 11 & 12, 2017 at the Théâtre de Caen Directed by François-René Martin Ensemble Correspondances, Sébastien Daucé (conductor) Lucile Richardot (La Nuit, Vénus italienne), Violaine Le Chenadec (Une Heure, Cintia, Une grâce française), Caroline Weynants (Eurydice, Une grâce française), Ilektra Platiopoulou (Junon), Caroline Dangin-Bardot (Vénus, Le Silence), Judith Fa (Pasitea, Mnémosyne), Deborah Cachet (La Lune, Déjanire, Une grâce française), David Tricou (Apollon, L'Aurore), Davy Cornillot (Endymion), Etienne Bazola (Le Sommeil), Renaud Bres (Hercule), Nicolas Brooymans (Grand Sacrificateur) Sean Patrick Mombruno (dancer) Le ballet Royal de la Nuit Grand divertissement pour le jeune Roi Soleil Performed on February 23, 1653 at the Petit-Bourbon, Paris Based on ''Le Ballet royal de la nuict'' (1653) by Isaac de Benserade (1613?-1691), Jean de Cambefort (1605-1661), Louis Constantin (1679-1779) and others composers Orfeo (1647) by Luigi Rossi (1597-1653), Ercole Amante (1661) by Francesco Cavalli (1602-1676) and airs de ballet by Antoine Boësset (1587-1643), Michel Lambert (1610-1696) Recorded on November 11 & 12, 2017 at the Théâtre de Caen Directed by François-René Martin Ensemble Correspondances, Sébastien Daucé (conductor) Lucile Richardot (La Nuit, Vénus italienne), Violaine Le Chenadec (Une Heure, Cintia, Une grâce française), Caroline Weynants (Eurydice, Une grâce française), Ilektra Platiopoulou (Junon), Caroline Dangin-Bardot (Vénus, Le Silence), Judith Fa (Pasitea, Mnémosyne), Deborah Cachet (La Lune, Déjanire, Une grâce française), David Tricou (Apollon, L'Aurore), Davy Cornillot (Endymion), Etienne Bazola (Le Sommeil), Renaud Bres (Hercule), Nicolas Brooymans (Grand Sacrificateur) Sean Patrick Mombruno (dancer) Le ballet Royal de la Nuit Grand divertissement pour le jeune Roi Soleil Performed on February 23, 1653 at the Petit-Bourbon, Paris Based on ''Le Ballet royal de la nuict'' (1653) by Isaac de Benserade (1613?-1691), Jean de Cambefort (1605-1661), Louis Constantin (1679-1779) and others composers Orfeo (1647) by Luigi Rossi (1597-1653), Ercole Amante (1661) by Francesco Cavalli (1602-1676) and airs de ballet by Antoine Boësset (1587-1643), Michel Lambert (1610-1696) Recorded on November 11 & 12, 2017 at the Théâtre de Caen Directed by François-René Martin Ensemble Correspondances, Sébastien Daucé (conductor) Lucile Richardot (La Nuit, Vénus italienne), Violaine Le Chenadec (Une Heure, Cintia, Une grâce française), Caroline Weynants (Eurydice, Une grâce française), Ilektra Platiopoulou (Junon), Caroline Dangin-Bardot (Vénus, Le Silence), Judith Fa (Pasitea, Mnémosyne), Deborah Cachet (La Lune, Déjanire, Une grâce française), David Tricou (Apollon, L'Aurore), Davy Cornillot (Endymion), Etienne Bazola (Le Sommeil), Renaud Bres (Hercule), Nicolas Brooymans (Grand Sacrificateur) Sean Patrick Mombruno (dancer) Le ballet Royal de la Nuit Grand divertissement pour le jeune Roi Soleil Performed on February 23, 1653 at the Petit-Bourbon, Paris Based on ''Le Ballet royal de la nuict'' (1653) by Isaac de Benserade (1613?-1691), Jean de Cambefort (1605-1661), Louis Constantin (1679-1779) and others composers Orfeo (1647) by Luigi Rossi (1597-1653), Ercole Amante (1661) by Francesco Cavalli (1602-1676) and airs de ballet by Antoine Boësset (1587-1643), Michel Lambert (1610-1696) Recorded on November 11 & 12, 2017 at the Théâtre de Caen Directed by François-René Martin Ensemble Correspondances, Sébastien Daucé (conductor) Lucile Richardot (La Nuit, Vénus italienne), Violaine Le Chenadec (Une Heure, Cintia, Une grâce française), Caroline Weynants (Eurydice, Une grâce française), Ilektra Platiopoulou (Junon), Caroline Dangin-Bardot (Vénus, Le Silence), Judith Fa (Pasitea, Mnémosyne), Deborah Cachet (La Lune, Déjanire, Une grâce française), David Tricou (Apollon, L'Aurore), Davy Cornillot (Endymion), Etienne Bazola (Le Sommeil), Renaud Bres (Hercule), Nicolas Brooymans (Grand Sacrificateur) Sean Patrick Mombruno (dancer) Le ballet Royal de la Nuit Grand divertissement pour le jeune Roi Soleil Performed on February 23, 1653 at the Petit-Bourbon, Paris Based on ''Le Ballet royal de la nuict'' (1653) by Isaac de Benserade (1613?-1691), Jean de Cambefort (1605-1661), Louis Constantin (1679-1779) and others composers Orfeo (1647) by Luigi Rossi (1597-1653), Ercole Amante (1661) by Francesco Cavalli (1602-1676) and airs de ballet by Antoine Boësset (1587-1643), Michel Lambert (1610-1696) Recorded on November 11 & 12, 2017 at the Théâtre de Caen Directed by François-René Martin Ensemble Correspondances, Sébastien Daucé (conductor) Lucile Richardot (La Nuit, Vénus italienne), Violaine Le Chenadec (Une Heure, Cintia, Une grâce française), Caroline Weynants (Eurydice, Une grâce française), Ilektra Platiopoulou (Junon), Caroline Dangin-Bardot (Vénus, Le Silence), Judith Fa (Pasitea, Mnémosyne), Deborah Cachet (La Lune, Déjanire, Une grâce française), David Tricou (Apollon, L'Aurore), Davy Cornillot (Endymion), Etienne Bazola (Le Sommeil), Renaud Bres (Hercule), Nicolas Brooymans (Grand Sacrificateur) Sean Patrick Mombruno (dancer) Le ballet Royal de la Nuit Grand divertissement pour le jeune Roi Soleil Performed on February 23, 1653 at the Petit-Bourbon, Paris Based on ''Le Ballet royal de la nuict'' (1653) by Isaac de Benserade (1613?-1691), Jean de Cambefort (1605-1661), Louis Constantin (1679-1779) and others composers Orfeo (1647) by Luigi Rossi (1597-1653), Ercole Amante (1661) by Francesco Cavalli (1602-1676) and airs de ballet by Antoine Boësset (1587-1643), Michel Lambert (1610-1696) Recorded on November 11 & 12, 2017 at the Théâtre de Caen Directed by François-René Martin Ensemble Correspondances, Sébastien Daucé (conductor) Lucile Richardot (La Nuit, Vénus italienne), Violaine Le Chenadec (Une Heure, Cintia, Une grâce française), Caroline Weynants (Eurydice, Une grâce française), Ilektra Platiopoulou (Junon), Caroline Dangin-Bardot (Vénus, Le Silence), Judith Fa (Pasitea, Mnémosyne), Deborah Cachet (La Lune, Déjanire, Une grâce française), David Tricou (Apollon, L'Aurore), Davy Cornillot (Endymion), Etienne Bazola (Le Sommeil), Renaud Bres (Hercule), Nicolas Brooymans (Grand Sacrificateur) Sean Patrick Mombruno (dancer) Le ballet Royal de la Nuit Grand divertissement pour le jeune Roi Soleil Performed on February 23, 1653 at the Petit-Bourbon, Paris Based on ''Le Ballet royal de la nuict'' (1653) by Isaac de Benserade (1613?-1691), Jean de Cambefort (1605-1661), Louis Constantin (1679-1779) and others composers Orfeo (1647) by Luigi Rossi (1597-1653), Ercole Amante (1661) by Francesco Cavalli (1602-1676) and airs de ballet by Antoine Boësset (1587-1643), Michel Lambert (1610-1696) Recorded on November 11 & 12, 2017 at the Théâtre de Caen Directed by François-René Martin Ensemble Correspondances, Sébastien Daucé (conductor) Lucile Richardot (La Nuit, Vénus italienne), Violaine Le Chenadec (Une Heure, Cintia, Une grâce française), Caroline Weynants (Eurydice, Une grâce française), Ilektra Platiopoulou (Junon), Caroline Dangin-Bardot (Vénus, Le Silence), Judith Fa (Pasitea, Mnémosyne), Deborah Cachet (La Lune, Déjanire, Une grâce française), David Tricou (Apollon, L'Aurore), Davy Cornillot (Endymion), Etienne Bazola (Le Sommeil), Renaud Bres (Hercule), Nicolas Brooymans (Grand Sacrificateur) Sean Patrick Mombruno (dancer) Le ballet Royal de la Nuit Grand divertissement pour le jeune Roi Soleil Performed on February 23, 1653 at the Petit-Bourbon, Paris Based on ''Le Ballet royal de la nuict'' (1653) by Isaac de Benserade (1613?-1691), Jean de Cambefort (1605-1661), Louis Constantin (1679-1779) and others composers Orfeo (1647) by Luigi Rossi (1597-1653), Ercole Amante (1661) by Francesco Cavalli (1602-1676) and airs de ballet by Antoine Boësset (1587-1643), Michel Lambert (1610-1696) Recorded on November 11 & 12, 2017 at the Théâtre de Caen Directed by François-René Martin Ensemble Correspondances, Sébastien Daucé (conductor) Lucile Richardot (La Nuit, Vénus italienne), Violaine Le Chenadec (Une Heure, Cintia, Une grâce française), Caroline Weynants (Eurydice, Une grâce française), Ilektra Platiopoulou (Junon), Caroline Dangin-Bardot (Vénus, Le Silence), Judith Fa (Pasitea, Mnémosyne), Deborah Cachet (La Lune, Déjanire, Une grâce française), David Tricou (Apollon, L'Aurore), Davy Cornillot (Endymion), Etienne Bazola (Le Sommeil), Renaud Bres (Hercule), Nicolas Brooymans (Grand Sacrificateur) Sean Patrick Mombruno (dancer) Le ballet Royal de la Nuit Grand divertissement pour le jeune Roi Soleil Performed on February 23, 1653 at the Petit-Bourbon, Paris Based on ''Le Ballet royal de la nuict'' (1653) by Isaac de Benserade (1613?-1691), Jean de Cambefort (1605-1661), Louis Constantin (1679-1779) and others composers Orfeo (1647) by Luigi Rossi (1597-1653), Ercole Amante (1661) by Francesco Cavalli (1602-1676) and airs de ballet by Antoine Boësset (1587-1643), Michel Lambert (1610-1696) Recorded on November 11 & 12, 2017 at the Théâtre de Caen Directed by François-René Martin Ensemble Correspondances, Sébastien Daucé (conductor) Lucile Richardot (La Nuit, Vénus italienne), Violaine Le Chenadec (Une Heure, Cintia, Une grâce française), Caroline Weynants (Eurydice, Une grâce française), Ilektra Platiopoulou (Junon), Caroline Dangin-Bardot (Vénus, Le Silence), Judith Fa (Pasitea, Mnémosyne), Deborah Cachet (La Lune, Déjanire, Une grâce française), David Tricou (Apollon, L'Aurore), Davy Cornillot (Endymion), Etienne Bazola (Le Sommeil), Renaud Bres (Hercule), Nicolas Brooymans (Grand Sacrificateur) Sean Patrick Mombruno (dancer) Le ballet Royal de la Nuit Grand divertissement pour le jeune Roi Soleil Performed on February 23, 1653 at the Petit-Bourbon, Paris Based on ''Le Ballet royal de la nuict'' (1653) by Isaac de Benserade (1613?-1691), Jean de Cambefort (1605-1661), Louis Constantin (1679-1779) and others composers Orfeo (1647) by Luigi Rossi (1597-1653), Ercole Amante (1661) by Francesco Cavalli (1602-1676) and airs de ballet by Antoine Boësset (1587-1643), Michel Lambert (1610-1696) Recorded on November 11 & 12, 2017 at the Théâtre de Caen Directed by François-René Martin Ensemble Correspondances, Sébastien Daucé (conductor) Lucile Richardot (La Nuit, Vénus italienne), Violaine Le Chenadec (Une Heure, Cintia, Une grâce française), Caroline Weynants (Eurydice, Une grâce française), Ilektra Platiopoulou (Junon), Caroline Dangin-Bardot (Vénus, Le Silence), Judith Fa (Pasitea, Mnémosyne), Deborah Cachet (La Lune, Déjanire, Une grâce française), David Tricou (Apollon, L'Aurore), Davy Cornillot (Endymion), Etienne Bazola (Le Sommeil), Renaud Bres (Hercule), Nicolas Brooymans (Grand Sacrificateur) Sean Patrick Mombruno (dancer) Le ballet Royal de la Nuit Grand divertissement pour le jeune Roi Soleil Performed on February 23, 1653 at the Petit-Bourbon, Paris Based on ''Le Ballet royal de la nuict'' (1653) by Isaac de Benserade (1613?-1691), Jean de Cambefort (1605-1661), Louis Constantin (1679-1779) and others composers Orfeo (1647) by Luigi Rossi (1597-1653), Ercole Amante (1661) by Francesco Cavalli (1602-1676) and airs de ballet by Antoine Boësset (1587-1643), Michel Lambert (1610-1696) Recorded on November 11 & 12, 2017 at the Théâtre de Caen Directed by François-René Martin
 
17:00The Taming of the Shrew by Jean-Christophe Maillot - Les Ballets de Monte Carlo
The Taming of the Shrew (La Mégère Apprivoisée) Ballet in two acts Choreography, Jean-Christophe Maillot Music, Dimitri Chostakovitch With, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo Choreography Assistant, Bernice Coppieters Scenography, Ernest Pignon-Ernest Lighting, Dominique Drillot Costume, Augustin Maillot Costume Assistant, Jean-Michel Lainé Story, Jean Rouaud after William Shakespeare's play Video, Dominique Drillot et Matthieu Stefani Cast (Katharina), Ekaterina Petina (Petruchio), Matèj Urban (Bianca), Katrin Schrader (Lucentio), Jaeyong An (Hortensio), Simone Tribuna (Gremio), Adam Reist (The Governess), April Ball (Baptista), Christian Tworzyanski (The Widow), Anna Blackwell (Grumio), Asier Edeso (The Maids), Ksenia Abbazova, Portia Adams , Chelsea Adomaitis, Taisha Barton-Rowledge, Anyssa Bruley, Candela Ebbesen, Juliette Klein, Gaelle Riou, Anne-Laure Seillan , Kaori Tajima, Hannah Wilcox (The Servants), Jaat Benoot, Koen Havenith, Alexandre Joaquim, Artjom Maksakov, Zino Merckx, Roger Neves, Christian Oliveri, Lennart Radtke, Francesco Resch, Alessio Scognamiglio, Benjamin Stone Recorded at the Grimaldi Forum, Monaco, on July 23, 24 & 25 2020 TV Director, Louise NarboniThe Taming of the Shrew (La Mégère Apprivoisée) Ballet in two acts Choreography, Jean-Christophe Maillot Music, Dimitri Chostakovitch With, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo Choreography Assistant, Bernice Coppieters Scenography, Ernest Pignon-Ernest Lighting, Dominique Drillot Costume, Augustin Maillot Costume Assistant, Jean-Michel Lainé Story, Jean Rouaud after William Shakespeare's play Video, Dominique Drillot et Matthieu Stefani Cast (Katharina), Ekaterina Petina (Petruchio), Matèj Urban (Bianca), Katrin Schrader (Lucentio), Jaeyong An (Hortensio), Simone Tribuna (Gremio), Adam Reist (The Governess), April Ball (Baptista), Christian Tworzyanski (The Widow), Anna Blackwell (Grumio), Asier Edeso (The Maids), Ksenia Abbazova, Portia Adams , Chelsea Adomaitis, Taisha Barton-Rowledge, Anyssa Bruley, Candela Ebbesen, Juliette Klein, Gaelle Riou, Anne-Laure Seillan , Kaori Tajima, Hannah Wilcox (The Servants), Jaat Benoot, Koen Havenith, Alexandre Joaquim, Artjom Maksakov, Zino Merckx, Roger Neves, Christian Oliveri, Lennart Radtke, Francesco Resch, Alessio Scognamiglio, Benjamin Stone Recorded at the Grimaldi Forum, Monaco, on July 23, 24 & 25 2020 TV Director, Louise NarboniThe Taming of the Shrew (La Mégère Apprivoisée) Ballet in two acts Choreography, Jean-Christophe Maillot Music, Dimitri Chostakovitch With, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo Choreography Assistant, Bernice Coppieters Scenography, Ernest Pignon-Ernest Lighting, Dominique Drillot Costume, Augustin Maillot Costume Assistant, Jean-Michel Lainé Story, Jean Rouaud after William Shakespeare's play Video, Dominique Drillot et Matthieu Stefani Cast (Katharina), Ekaterina Petina (Petruchio), Matèj Urban (Bianca), Katrin Schrader (Lucentio), Jaeyong An (Hortensio), Simone Tribuna (Gremio), Adam Reist (The Governess), April Ball (Baptista), Christian Tworzyanski (The Widow), Anna Blackwell (Grumio), Asier Edeso (The Maids), Ksenia Abbazova, Portia Adams , Chelsea Adomaitis, Taisha Barton-Rowledge, Anyssa Bruley, Candela Ebbesen, Juliette Klein, Gaelle Riou, Anne-Laure Seillan , Kaori Tajima, Hannah Wilcox (The Servants), Jaat Benoot, Koen Havenith, Alexandre Joaquim, Artjom Maksakov, Zino Merckx, Roger Neves, Christian Oliveri, Lennart Radtke, Francesco Resch, Alessio Scognamiglio, Benjamin Stone Recorded at the Grimaldi Forum, Monaco, on July 23, 24 & 25 2020 TV Director, Louise NarboniThe Taming of the Shrew (La Mégère Apprivoisée) Ballet in two acts Choreography, Jean-Christophe Maillot Music, Dimitri Chostakovitch With, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo Choreography Assistant, Bernice Coppieters Scenography, Ernest Pignon-Ernest Lighting, Dominique Drillot Costume, Augustin Maillot Costume Assistant, Jean-Michel Lainé Story, Jean Rouaud after William Shakespeare's play Video, Dominique Drillot et Matthieu Stefani Cast (Katharina), Ekaterina Petina (Petruchio), Matèj Urban (Bianca), Katrin Schrader (Lucentio), Jaeyong An (Hortensio), Simone Tribuna (Gremio), Adam Reist (The Governess), April Ball (Baptista), Christian Tworzyanski (The Widow), Anna Blackwell (Grumio), Asier Edeso (The Maids), Ksenia Abbazova, Portia Adams , Chelsea Adomaitis, Taisha Barton-Rowledge, Anyssa Bruley, Candela Ebbesen, Juliette Klein, Gaelle Riou, Anne-Laure Seillan , Kaori Tajima, Hannah Wilcox (The Servants), Jaat Benoot, Koen Havenith, Alexandre Joaquim, Artjom Maksakov, Zino Merckx, Roger Neves, Christian Oliveri, Lennart Radtke, Francesco Resch, Alessio Scognamiglio, Benjamin Stone Recorded at the Grimaldi Forum, Monaco, on July 23, 24 & 25 2020 TV Director, Louise NarboniThe Taming of the Shrew (La Mégère Apprivoisée) Ballet in two acts Choreography, Jean-Christophe Maillot Music, Dimitri Chostakovitch With, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo Choreography Assistant, Bernice Coppieters Scenography, Ernest Pignon-Ernest Lighting, Dominique Drillot Costume, Augustin Maillot Costume Assistant, Jean-Michel Lainé Story, Jean Rouaud after William Shakespeare's play Video, Dominique Drillot et Matthieu Stefani Cast (Katharina), Ekaterina Petina (Petruchio), Matèj Urban (Bianca), Katrin Schrader (Lucentio), Jaeyong An (Hortensio), Simone Tribuna (Gremio), Adam Reist (The Governess), April Ball (Baptista), Christian Tworzyanski (The Widow), Anna Blackwell (Grumio), Asier Edeso (The Maids), Ksenia Abbazova, Portia Adams , Chelsea Adomaitis, Taisha Barton-Rowledge, Anyssa Bruley, Candela Ebbesen, Juliette Klein, Gaelle Riou, Anne-Laure Seillan , Kaori Tajima, Hannah Wilcox (The Servants), Jaat Benoot, Koen Havenith, Alexandre Joaquim, Artjom Maksakov, Zino Merckx, Roger Neves, Christian Oliveri, Lennart Radtke, Francesco Resch, Alessio Scognamiglio, Benjamin Stone Recorded at the Grimaldi Forum, Monaco, on July 23, 24 & 25 2020 TV Director, Louise NarboniThe Taming of the Shrew (La Mégère Apprivoisée) Ballet in two acts Choreography, Jean-Christophe Maillot Music, Dimitri Chostakovitch With, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo Choreography Assistant, Bernice Coppieters Scenography, Ernest Pignon-Ernest Lighting, Dominique Drillot Costume, Augustin Maillot Costume Assistant, Jean-Michel Lainé Story, Jean Rouaud after William Shakespeare's play Video, Dominique Drillot et Matthieu Stefani Cast (Katharina), Ekaterina Petina (Petruchio), Matèj Urban (Bianca), Katrin Schrader (Lucentio), Jaeyong An (Hortensio), Simone Tribuna (Gremio), Adam Reist (The Governess), April Ball (Baptista), Christian Tworzyanski (The Widow), Anna Blackwell (Grumio), Asier Edeso (The Maids), Ksenia Abbazova, Portia Adams , Chelsea Adomaitis, Taisha Barton-Rowledge, Anyssa Bruley, Candela Ebbesen, Juliette Klein, Gaelle Riou, Anne-Laure Seillan , Kaori Tajima, Hannah Wilcox (The Servants), Jaat Benoot, Koen Havenith, Alexandre Joaquim, Artjom Maksakov, Zino Merckx, Roger Neves, Christian Oliveri, Lennart Radtke, Francesco Resch, Alessio Scognamiglio, Benjamin Stone Recorded at the Grimaldi Forum, Monaco, on July 23, 24 & 25 2020 TV Director, Louise NarboniThe Taming of the Shrew (La Mégère Apprivoisée) Ballet in two acts Choreography, Jean-Christophe Maillot Music, Dimitri Chostakovitch With, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo Choreography Assistant, Bernice Coppieters Scenography, Ernest Pignon-Ernest Lighting, Dominique Drillot Costume, Augustin Maillot Costume Assistant, Jean-Michel Lainé Story, Jean Rouaud after William Shakespeare's play Video, Dominique Drillot et Matthieu Stefani Cast (Katharina), Ekaterina Petina (Petruchio), Matèj Urban (Bianca), Katrin Schrader (Lucentio), Jaeyong An (Hortensio), Simone Tribuna (Gremio), Adam Reist (The Governess), April Ball (Baptista), Christian Tworzyanski (The Widow), Anna Blackwell (Grumio), Asier Edeso (The Maids), Ksenia Abbazova, Portia Adams , Chelsea Adomaitis, Taisha Barton-Rowledge, Anyssa Bruley, Candela Ebbesen, Juliette Klein, Gaelle Riou, Anne-Laure Seillan , Kaori Tajima, Hannah Wilcox (The Servants), Jaat Benoot, Koen Havenith, Alexandre Joaquim, Artjom Maksakov, Zino Merckx, Roger Neves, Christian Oliveri, Lennart Radtke, Francesco Resch, Alessio Scognamiglio, Benjamin Stone Recorded at the Grimaldi Forum, Monaco, on July 23, 24 & 25 2020 TV Director, Louise NarboniThe Taming of the Shrew (La Mégère Apprivoisée) Ballet in two acts Choreography, Jean-Christophe Maillot Music, Dimitri Chostakovitch With, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo Choreography Assistant, Bernice Coppieters Scenography, Ernest Pignon-Ernest Lighting, Dominique Drillot Costume, Augustin Maillot Costume Assistant, Jean-Michel Lainé Story, Jean Rouaud after William Shakespeare's play Video, Dominique Drillot et Matthieu Stefani Cast (Katharina), Ekaterina Petina (Petruchio), Matèj Urban (Bianca), Katrin Schrader (Lucentio), Jaeyong An (Hortensio), Simone Tribuna (Gremio), Adam Reist (The Governess), April Ball (Baptista), Christian Tworzyanski (The Widow), Anna Blackwell (Grumio), Asier Edeso (The Maids), Ksenia Abbazova, Portia Adams , Chelsea Adomaitis, Taisha Barton-Rowledge, Anyssa Bruley, Candela Ebbesen, Juliette Klein, Gaelle Riou, Anne-Laure Seillan , Kaori Tajima, Hannah Wilcox (The Servants), Jaat Benoot, Koen Havenith, Alexandre Joaquim, Artjom Maksakov, Zino Merckx, Roger Neves, Christian Oliveri, Lennart Radtke, Francesco Resch, Alessio Scognamiglio, Benjamin Stone Recorded at the Grimaldi Forum, Monaco, on July 23, 24 & 25 2020 TV Director, Louise NarboniThe Taming of the Shrew (La Mégère Apprivoisée) Ballet in two acts Choreography, Jean-Christophe Maillot Music, Dimitri Chostakovitch With, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo Choreography Assistant, Bernice Coppieters Scenography, Ernest Pignon-Ernest Lighting, Dominique Drillot Costume, Augustin Maillot Costume Assistant, Jean-Michel Lainé Story, Jean Rouaud after William Shakespeare's play Video, Dominique Drillot et Matthieu Stefani Cast (Katharina), Ekaterina Petina (Petruchio), Matèj Urban (Bianca), Katrin Schrader (Lucentio), Jaeyong An (Hortensio), Simone Tribuna (Gremio), Adam Reist (The Governess), April Ball (Baptista), Christian Tworzyanski (The Widow), Anna Blackwell (Grumio), Asier Edeso (The Maids), Ksenia Abbazova, Portia Adams , Chelsea Adomaitis, Taisha Barton-Rowledge, Anyssa Bruley, Candela Ebbesen, Juliette Klein, Gaelle Riou, Anne-Laure Seillan , Kaori Tajima, Hannah Wilcox (The Servants), Jaat Benoot, Koen Havenith, Alexandre Joaquim, Artjom Maksakov, Zino Merckx, Roger Neves, Christian Oliveri, Lennart Radtke, Francesco Resch, Alessio Scognamiglio, Benjamin Stone Recorded at the Grimaldi Forum, Monaco, on July 23, 24 & 25 2020 TV Director, Louise NarboniThe Taming of the Shrew (La Mégère Apprivoisée) Ballet in two acts Choreography, Jean-Christophe Maillot Music, Dimitri Chostakovitch With, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo Choreography Assistant, Bernice Coppieters Scenography, Ernest Pignon-Ernest Lighting, Dominique Drillot Costume, Augustin Maillot Costume Assistant, Jean-Michel Lainé Story, Jean Rouaud after William Shakespeare's play Video, Dominique Drillot et Matthieu Stefani Cast (Katharina), Ekaterina Petina (Petruchio), Matèj Urban (Bianca), Katrin Schrader (Lucentio), Jaeyong An (Hortensio), Simone Tribuna (Gremio), Adam Reist (The Governess), April Ball (Baptista), Christian Tworzyanski (The Widow), Anna Blackwell (Grumio), Asier Edeso (The Maids), Ksenia Abbazova, Portia Adams , Chelsea Adomaitis, Taisha Barton-Rowledge, Anyssa Bruley, Candela Ebbesen, Juliette Klein, Gaelle Riou, Anne-Laure Seillan , Kaori Tajima, Hannah Wilcox (The Servants), Jaat Benoot, Koen Havenith, Alexandre Joaquim, Artjom Maksakov, Zino Merckx, Roger Neves, Christian Oliveri, Lennart Radtke, Francesco Resch, Alessio Scognamiglio, Benjamin Stone Recorded at the Grimaldi Forum, Monaco, on July 23, 24 & 25 2020 TV Director, Louise NarboniThe Taming of the Shrew (La Mégère Apprivoisée) Ballet in two acts Choreography, Jean-Christophe Maillot Music, Dimitri Chostakovitch With, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo Choreography Assistant, Bernice Coppieters Scenography, Ernest Pignon-Ernest Lighting, Dominique Drillot Costume, Augustin Maillot Costume Assistant, Jean-Michel Lainé Story, Jean Rouaud after William Shakespeare's play Video, Dominique Drillot et Matthieu Stefani Cast (Katharina), Ekaterina Petina (Petruchio), Matèj Urban (Bianca), Katrin Schrader (Lucentio), Jaeyong An (Hortensio), Simone Tribuna (Gremio), Adam Reist (The Governess), April Ball (Baptista), Christian Tworzyanski (The Widow), Anna Blackwell (Grumio), Asier Edeso (The Maids), Ksenia Abbazova, Portia Adams , Chelsea Adomaitis, Taisha Barton-Rowledge, Anyssa Bruley, Candela Ebbesen, Juliette Klein, Gaelle Riou, Anne-Laure Seillan , Kaori Tajima, Hannah Wilcox (The Servants), Jaat Benoot, Koen Havenith, Alexandre Joaquim, Artjom Maksakov, Zino Merckx, Roger Neves, Christian Oliveri, Lennart Radtke, Francesco Resch, Alessio Scognamiglio, Benjamin Stone Recorded at the Grimaldi Forum, Monaco, on July 23, 24 & 25 2020 TV Director, Louise NarboniThe Taming of the Shrew (La Mégère Apprivoisée) Ballet in two acts Choreography, Jean-Christophe Maillot Music, Dimitri Chostakovitch With, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo Choreography Assistant, Bernice Coppieters Scenography, Ernest Pignon-Ernest Lighting, Dominique Drillot Costume, Augustin Maillot Costume Assistant, Jean-Michel Lainé Story, Jean Rouaud after William Shakespeare's play Video, Dominique Drillot et Matthieu Stefani Cast (Katharina), Ekaterina Petina (Petruchio), Matèj Urban (Bianca), Katrin Schrader (Lucentio), Jaeyong An (Hortensio), Simone Tribuna (Gremio), Adam Reist (The Governess), April Ball (Baptista), Christian Tworzyanski (The Widow), Anna Blackwell (Grumio), Asier Edeso (The Maids), Ksenia Abbazova, Portia Adams , Chelsea Adomaitis, Taisha Barton-Rowledge, Anyssa Bruley, Candela Ebbesen, Juliette Klein, Gaelle Riou, Anne-Laure Seillan , Kaori Tajima, Hannah Wilcox (The Servants), Jaat Benoot, Koen Havenith, Alexandre Joaquim, Artjom Maksakov, Zino Merckx, Roger Neves, Christian Oliveri, Lennart Radtke, Francesco Resch, Alessio Scognamiglio, Benjamin Stone Recorded at the Grimaldi Forum, Monaco, on July 23, 24 & 25 2020 TV Director, Louise NarboniThe Taming of the Shrew (La Mégère Apprivoisée) Ballet in two acts Choreography, Jean-Christophe Maillot Music, Dimitri Chostakovitch With, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo Choreography Assistant, Bernice Coppieters Scenography, Ernest Pignon-Ernest Lighting, Dominique Drillot Costume, Augustin Maillot Costume Assistant, Jean-Michel Lainé Story, Jean Rouaud after William Shakespeare's play Video, Dominique Drillot et Matthieu Stefani Cast (Katharina), Ekaterina Petina (Petruchio), Matèj Urban (Bianca), Katrin Schrader (Lucentio), Jaeyong An (Hortensio), Simone Tribuna (Gremio), Adam Reist (The Governess), April Ball (Baptista), Christian Tworzyanski (The Widow), Anna Blackwell (Grumio), Asier Edeso (The Maids), Ksenia Abbazova, Portia Adams , Chelsea Adomaitis, Taisha Barton-Rowledge, Anyssa Bruley, Candela Ebbesen, Juliette Klein, Gaelle Riou, Anne-Laure Seillan , Kaori Tajima, Hannah Wilcox (The Servants), Jaat Benoot, Koen Havenith, Alexandre Joaquim, Artjom Maksakov, Zino Merckx, Roger Neves, Christian Oliveri, Lennart Radtke, Francesco Resch, Alessio Scognamiglio, Benjamin Stone Recorded at the Grimaldi Forum, Monaco, on July 23, 24 & 25 2020 TV Director, Louise NarboniThe Taming of the Shrew (La Mégère Apprivoisée) Ballet in two acts Choreography, Jean-Christophe Maillot Music, Dimitri Chostakovitch With, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo Choreography Assistant, Bernice Coppieters Scenography, Ernest Pignon-Ernest Lighting, Dominique Drillot Costume, Augustin Maillot Costume Assistant, Jean-Michel Lainé Story, Jean Rouaud after William Shakespeare's play Video, Dominique Drillot et Matthieu Stefani Cast (Katharina), Ekaterina Petina (Petruchio), Matèj Urban (Bianca), Katrin Schrader (Lucentio), Jaeyong An (Hortensio), Simone Tribuna (Gremio), Adam Reist (The Governess), April Ball (Baptista), Christian Tworzyanski (The Widow), Anna Blackwell (Grumio), Asier Edeso (The Maids), Ksenia Abbazova, Portia Adams , Chelsea Adomaitis, Taisha Barton-Rowledge, Anyssa Bruley, Candela Ebbesen, Juliette Klein, Gaelle Riou, Anne-Laure Seillan , Kaori Tajima, Hannah Wilcox (The Servants), Jaat Benoot, Koen Havenith, Alexandre Joaquim, Artjom Maksakov, Zino Merckx, Roger Neves, Christian Oliveri, Lennart Radtke, Francesco Resch, Alessio Scognamiglio, Benjamin Stone Recorded at the Grimaldi Forum, Monaco, on July 23, 24 & 25 2020 TV Director, Louise NarboniThe Taming of the Shrew (La Mégère Apprivoisée) Ballet in two acts Choreography, Jean-Christophe Maillot Music, Dimitri Chostakovitch With, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo Choreography Assistant, Bernice Coppieters Scenography, Ernest Pignon-Ernest Lighting, Dominique Drillot Costume, Augustin Maillot Costume Assistant, Jean-Michel Lainé Story, Jean Rouaud after William Shakespeare's play Video, Dominique Drillot et Matthieu Stefani Cast (Katharina), Ekaterina Petina (Petruchio), Matèj Urban (Bianca), Katrin Schrader (Lucentio), Jaeyong An (Hortensio), Simone Tribuna (Gremio), Adam Reist (The Governess), April Ball (Baptista), Christian Tworzyanski (The Widow), Anna Blackwell (Grumio), Asier Edeso (The Maids), Ksenia Abbazova, Portia Adams , Chelsea Adomaitis, Taisha Barton-Rowledge, Anyssa Bruley, Candela Ebbesen, Juliette Klein, Gaelle Riou, Anne-Laure Seillan , Kaori Tajima, Hannah Wilcox (The Servants), Jaat Benoot, Koen Havenith, Alexandre Joaquim, Artjom Maksakov, Zino Merckx, Roger Neves, Christian Oliveri, Lennart Radtke, Francesco Resch, Alessio Scognamiglio, Benjamin Stone Recorded at the Grimaldi Forum, Monaco, on July 23, 24 & 25 2020 TV Director, Louise NarboniThe Taming of the Shrew (La Mégère Apprivoisée) Ballet in two acts Choreography, Jean-Christophe Maillot Music, Dimitri Chostakovitch With, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo Choreography Assistant, Bernice Coppieters Scenography, Ernest Pignon-Ernest Lighting, Dominique Drillot Costume, Augustin Maillot Costume Assistant, Jean-Michel Lainé Story, Jean Rouaud after William Shakespeare's play Video, Dominique Drillot et Matthieu Stefani Cast (Katharina), Ekaterina Petina (Petruchio), Matèj Urban (Bianca), Katrin Schrader (Lucentio), Jaeyong An (Hortensio), Simone Tribuna (Gremio), Adam Reist (The Governess), April Ball (Baptista), Christian Tworzyanski (The Widow), Anna Blackwell (Grumio), Asier Edeso (The Maids), Ksenia Abbazova, Portia Adams , Chelsea Adomaitis, Taisha Barton-Rowledge, Anyssa Bruley, Candela Ebbesen, Juliette Klein, Gaelle Riou, Anne-Laure Seillan , Kaori Tajima, Hannah Wilcox (The Servants), Jaat Benoot, Koen Havenith, Alexandre Joaquim, Artjom Maksakov, Zino Merckx, Roger Neves, Christian Oliveri, Lennart Radtke, Francesco Resch, Alessio Scognamiglio, Benjamin Stone Recorded at the Grimaldi Forum, Monaco, on July 23, 24 & 25 2020 TV Director, Louise NarboniThe Taming of the Shrew (La Mégère Apprivoisée) Ballet in two acts Choreography, Jean-Christophe Maillot Music, Dimitri Chostakovitch With, Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo Choreography Assistant, Bernice Coppieters Scenography, Ernest Pignon-Ernest Lighting, Dominique Drillot Costume, Augustin Maillot Costume Assistant, Jean-Michel Lainé Story, Jean Rouaud after William Shakespeare's play Video, Dominique Drillot et Matthieu Stefani Cast (Katharina), Ekaterina Petina (Petruchio), Matèj Urban (Bianca), Katrin Schrader (Lucentio), Jaeyong An (Hortensio), Simone Tribuna (Gremio), Adam Reist (The Governess), April Ball (Baptista), Christian Tworzyanski (The Widow), Anna Blackwell (Grumio), Asier Edeso (The Maids), Ksenia Abbazova, Portia Adams , Chelsea Adomaitis, Taisha Barton-Rowledge, Anyssa Bruley, Candela Ebbesen, Juliette Klein, Gaelle Riou, Anne-Laure Seillan , Kaori Tajima, Hannah Wilcox (The Servants), Jaat Benoot, Koen Havenith, Alexandre Joaquim, Artjom Maksakov, Zino Merckx, Roger Neves, Christian Oliveri, Lennart Radtke, Francesco Resch, Alessio Scognamiglio, Benjamin Stone Recorded at the Grimaldi Forum, Monaco, on July 23, 24 & 25 2020 TV Director, Louise Narboni
 
18:35Going for the Impossible: The Conductor Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla
Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla ranks among today's shooting stars of the classical music scene. At the age of only 30 years, the Lithuanian was unanimously selected by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) to be their musical director; succeeding Andris Nelsons and Sir Simon Rattle. Gentle, strong, calm and self confident, she says: "The only thing that could ever stop me is my own lack of imagination."Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla ranks among today's shooting stars of the classical music scene. At the age of only 30 years, the Lithuanian was unanimously selected by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) to be their musical director; succeeding Andris Nelsons and Sir Simon Rattle. Gentle, strong, calm and self confident, she says: "The only thing that could ever stop me is my own lack of imagination."Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla ranks among today's shooting stars of the classical music scene. At the age of only 30 years, the Lithuanian was unanimously selected by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) to be their musical director; succeeding Andris Nelsons and Sir Simon Rattle. Gentle, strong, calm and self confident, she says: "The only thing that could ever stop me is my own lack of imagination."Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla ranks among today's shooting stars of the classical music scene. At the age of only 30 years, the Lithuanian was unanimously selected by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) to be their musical director; succeeding Andris Nelsons and Sir Simon Rattle. Gentle, strong, calm and self confident, she says: "The only thing that could ever stop me is my own lack of imagination."Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla ranks among today's shooting stars of the classical music scene. At the age of only 30 years, the Lithuanian was unanimously selected by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) to be their musical director; succeeding Andris Nelsons and Sir Simon Rattle. Gentle, strong, calm and self confident, she says: "The only thing that could ever stop me is my own lack of imagination."Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla ranks among today's shooting stars of the classical music scene. At the age of only 30 years, the Lithuanian was unanimously selected by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) to be their musical director; succeeding Andris Nelsons and Sir Simon Rattle. Gentle, strong, calm and self confident, she says: "The only thing that could ever stop me is my own lack of imagination."Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla ranks among today's shooting stars of the classical music scene. At the age of only 30 years, the Lithuanian was unanimously selected by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) to be their musical director; succeeding Andris Nelsons and Sir Simon Rattle. Gentle, strong, calm and self confident, she says: "The only thing that could ever stop me is my own lack of imagination."Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla ranks among today's shooting stars of the classical music scene. At the age of only 30 years, the Lithuanian was unanimously selected by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) to be their musical director; succeeding Andris Nelsons and Sir Simon Rattle. Gentle, strong, calm and self confident, she says: "The only thing that could ever stop me is my own lack of imagination."Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla ranks among today's shooting stars of the classical music scene. At the age of only 30 years, the Lithuanian was unanimously selected by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) to be their musical director; succeeding Andris Nelsons and Sir Simon Rattle. Gentle, strong, calm and self confident, she says: "The only thing that could ever stop me is my own lack of imagination."Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla ranks among today's shooting stars of the classical music scene. At the age of only 30 years, the Lithuanian was unanimously selected by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) to be their musical director; succeeding Andris Nelsons and Sir Simon Rattle. Gentle, strong, calm and self confident, she says: "The only thing that could ever stop me is my own lack of imagination."Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla ranks among today's shooting stars of the classical music scene. At the age of only 30 years, the Lithuanian was unanimously selected by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) to be their musical director; succeeding Andris Nelsons and Sir Simon Rattle. Gentle, strong, calm and self confident, she says: "The only thing that could ever stop me is my own lack of imagination."Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla ranks among today's shooting stars of the classical music scene. At the age of only 30 years, the Lithuanian was unanimously selected by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) to be their musical director; succeeding Andris Nelsons and Sir Simon Rattle. Gentle, strong, calm and self confident, she says: "The only thing that could ever stop me is my own lack of imagination."Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla ranks among today's shooting stars of the classical music scene. At the age of only 30 years, the Lithuanian was unanimously selected by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) to be their musical director; succeeding Andris Nelsons and Sir Simon Rattle. Gentle, strong, calm and self confident, she says: "The only thing that could ever stop me is my own lack of imagination."Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla ranks among today's shooting stars of the classical music scene. At the age of only 30 years, the Lithuanian was unanimously selected by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) to be their musical director; succeeding Andris Nelsons and Sir Simon Rattle. Gentle, strong, calm and self confident, she says: "The only thing that could ever stop me is my own lack of imagination."Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla ranks among today's shooting stars of the classical music scene. At the age of only 30 years, the Lithuanian was unanimously selected by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) to be their musical director; succeeding Andris Nelsons and Sir Simon Rattle. Gentle, strong, calm and self confident, she says: "The only thing that could ever stop me is my own lack of imagination."Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla ranks among today's shooting stars of the classical music scene. At the age of only 30 years, the Lithuanian was unanimously selected by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) to be their musical director; succeeding Andris Nelsons and Sir Simon Rattle. Gentle, strong, calm and self confident, she says: "The only thing that could ever stop me is my own lack of imagination."Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla ranks among today's shooting stars of the classical music scene. At the age of only 30 years, the Lithuanian was unanimously selected by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) to be their musical director; succeeding Andris Nelsons and Sir Simon Rattle. Gentle, strong, calm and self confident, she says: "The only thing that could ever stop me is my own lack of imagination."
 
19:55Gianandrea Noseda conducts the War Requiem by Britten at the Concertgebouw
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Gianandrea Noseda (Conductor) Groot Ormroepkoor, Vlaams Radio Koor, Nationaal Kinderkoor Elena Stikhina (soprano), Mark Padmore (tenor), Michael Volle (baritone) Benjamin Britten War Requiem, op. 66 Live from the the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam Directed by Dick Kuijs Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Gianandrea Noseda (Conductor) Groot Ormroepkoor, Vlaams Radio Koor, Nationaal Kinderkoor Elena Stikhina (soprano), Mark Padmore (tenor), Michael Volle (baritone) Benjamin Britten War Requiem, op. 66 Live from the the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam Directed by Dick Kuijs Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Gianandrea Noseda (Conductor) Groot Ormroepkoor, Vlaams Radio Koor, Nationaal Kinderkoor Elena Stikhina (soprano), Mark Padmore (tenor), Michael Volle (baritone) Benjamin Britten War Requiem, op. 66 Live from the the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam Directed by Dick Kuijs Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Gianandrea Noseda (Conductor) Groot Ormroepkoor, Vlaams Radio Koor, Nationaal Kinderkoor Elena Stikhina (soprano), Mark Padmore (tenor), Michael Volle (baritone) Benjamin Britten War Requiem, op. 66 Live from the the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam Directed by Dick Kuijs Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Gianandrea Noseda (Conductor) Groot Ormroepkoor, Vlaams Radio Koor, Nationaal Kinderkoor Elena Stikhina (soprano), Mark Padmore (tenor), Michael Volle (baritone) Benjamin Britten War Requiem, op. 66 Live from the the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam Directed by Dick Kuijs Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Gianandrea Noseda (Conductor) Groot Ormroepkoor, Vlaams Radio Koor, Nationaal Kinderkoor Elena Stikhina (soprano), Mark Padmore (tenor), Michael Volle (baritone) Benjamin Britten War Requiem, op. 66 Live from the the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam Directed by Dick Kuijs Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Gianandrea Noseda (Conductor) Groot Ormroepkoor, Vlaams Radio Koor, Nationaal Kinderkoor Elena Stikhina (soprano), Mark Padmore (tenor), Michael Volle (baritone) Benjamin Britten War Requiem, op. 66 Live from the the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam Directed by Dick Kuijs Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Gianandrea Noseda (Conductor) Groot Ormroepkoor, Vlaams Radio Koor, Nationaal Kinderkoor Elena Stikhina (soprano), Mark Padmore (tenor), Michael Volle (baritone) Benjamin Britten War Requiem, op. 66 Live from the the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam Directed by Dick Kuijs Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Gianandrea Noseda (Conductor) Groot Ormroepkoor, Vlaams Radio Koor, Nationaal Kinderkoor Elena Stikhina (soprano), Mark Padmore (tenor), Michael Volle (baritone) Benjamin Britten War Requiem, op. 66 Live from the the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam Directed by Dick Kuijs Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Gianandrea Noseda (Conductor) Groot Ormroepkoor, Vlaams Radio Koor, Nationaal Kinderkoor Elena Stikhina (soprano), Mark Padmore (tenor), Michael Volle (baritone) Benjamin Britten War Requiem, op. 66 Live from the the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam Directed by Dick Kuijs Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Gianandrea Noseda (Conductor) Groot Ormroepkoor, Vlaams Radio Koor, Nationaal Kinderkoor Elena Stikhina (soprano), Mark Padmore (tenor), Michael Volle (baritone) Benjamin Britten War Requiem, op. 66 Live from the the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam Directed by Dick Kuijs Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Gianandrea Noseda (Conductor) Groot Ormroepkoor, Vlaams Radio Koor, Nationaal Kinderkoor Elena Stikhina (soprano), Mark Padmore (tenor), Michael Volle (baritone) Benjamin Britten War Requiem, op. 66 Live from the the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam Directed by Dick Kuijs Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Gianandrea Noseda (Conductor) Groot Ormroepkoor, Vlaams Radio Koor, Nationaal Kinderkoor Elena Stikhina (soprano), Mark Padmore (tenor), Michael Volle (baritone) Benjamin Britten War Requiem, op. 66 Live from the the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam Directed by Dick Kuijs Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Gianandrea Noseda (Conductor) Groot Ormroepkoor, Vlaams Radio Koor, Nationaal Kinderkoor Elena Stikhina (soprano), Mark Padmore (tenor), Michael Volle (baritone) Benjamin Britten War Requiem, op. 66 Live from the the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam Directed by Dick Kuijs Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Gianandrea Noseda (Conductor) Groot Ormroepkoor, Vlaams Radio Koor, Nationaal Kinderkoor Elena Stikhina (soprano), Mark Padmore (tenor), Michael Volle (baritone) Benjamin Britten War Requiem, op. 66 Live from the the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam Directed by Dick Kuijs Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Gianandrea Noseda (Conductor) Groot Ormroepkoor, Vlaams Radio Koor, Nationaal Kinderkoor Elena Stikhina (soprano), Mark Padmore (tenor), Michael Volle (baritone) Benjamin Britten War Requiem, op. 66 Live from the the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam Directed by Dick Kuijs Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Gianandrea Noseda (Conductor) Groot Ormroepkoor, Vlaams Radio Koor, Nationaal Kinderkoor Elena Stikhina (soprano), Mark Padmore (tenor), Michael Volle (baritone) Benjamin Britten War Requiem, op. 66 Live from the the Concertgebouw, Amsterdam Directed by Dick Kuijs
 
21:30Riccardo Muti and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra : Verdi's Requiem
Berliner Philharmoniker, Riccardo Muti (conductor) Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano), Vittoria Yeo (soprano), Francesco Meli (tenor), Ildar Abdrazakov (bass) Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901) Messa da Requiem Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 14 & 20 April 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Riccardo Muti (conductor) Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano), Vittoria Yeo (soprano), Francesco Meli (tenor), Ildar Abdrazakov (bass) Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901) Messa da Requiem Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 14 & 20 April 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Riccardo Muti (conductor) Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano), Vittoria Yeo (soprano), Francesco Meli (tenor), Ildar Abdrazakov (bass) Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901) Messa da Requiem Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 14 & 20 April 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Riccardo Muti (conductor) Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano), Vittoria Yeo (soprano), Francesco Meli (tenor), Ildar Abdrazakov (bass) Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901) Messa da Requiem Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 14 & 20 April 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Riccardo Muti (conductor) Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano), Vittoria Yeo (soprano), Francesco Meli (tenor), Ildar Abdrazakov (bass) Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901) Messa da Requiem Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 14 & 20 April 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Riccardo Muti (conductor) Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano), Vittoria Yeo (soprano), Francesco Meli (tenor), Ildar Abdrazakov (bass) Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901) Messa da Requiem Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 14 & 20 April 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Riccardo Muti (conductor) Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano), Vittoria Yeo (soprano), Francesco Meli (tenor), Ildar Abdrazakov (bass) Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901) Messa da Requiem Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 14 & 20 April 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Riccardo Muti (conductor) Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano), Vittoria Yeo (soprano), Francesco Meli (tenor), Ildar Abdrazakov (bass) Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901) Messa da Requiem Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 14 & 20 April 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Riccardo Muti (conductor) Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano), Vittoria Yeo (soprano), Francesco Meli (tenor), Ildar Abdrazakov (bass) Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901) Messa da Requiem Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 14 & 20 April 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Riccardo Muti (conductor) Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano), Vittoria Yeo (soprano), Francesco Meli (tenor), Ildar Abdrazakov (bass) Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901) Messa da Requiem Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 14 & 20 April 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Riccardo Muti (conductor) Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano), Vittoria Yeo (soprano), Francesco Meli (tenor), Ildar Abdrazakov (bass) Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901) Messa da Requiem Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 14 & 20 April 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Riccardo Muti (conductor) Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano), Vittoria Yeo (soprano), Francesco Meli (tenor), Ildar Abdrazakov (bass) Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901) Messa da Requiem Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 14 & 20 April 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Riccardo Muti (conductor) Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano), Vittoria Yeo (soprano), Francesco Meli (tenor), Ildar Abdrazakov (bass) Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901) Messa da Requiem Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 14 & 20 April 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Riccardo Muti (conductor) Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano), Vittoria Yeo (soprano), Francesco Meli (tenor), Ildar Abdrazakov (bass) Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901) Messa da Requiem Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 14 & 20 April 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Riccardo Muti (conductor) Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano), Vittoria Yeo (soprano), Francesco Meli (tenor), Ildar Abdrazakov (bass) Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901) Messa da Requiem Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 14 & 20 April 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Riccardo Muti (conductor) Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano), Vittoria Yeo (soprano), Francesco Meli (tenor), Ildar Abdrazakov (bass) Giuseppe Verdi (1813 - 1901) Messa da Requiem Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 14 & 20 April 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer
 
23:02Simon Rattle and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra: Strauss, Berg, Ravel, Stravinsky
Berliner Philharmoniker, Simon Rattle (Conductor) Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano) Richard Strauss (1864 - 1949) Don Juan op. 20 Alban Berg (1885 - 1935) Sieben frühe Lieder for voice and orchestra Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Shéhérazade Igor Stravinsky (1882 - 1971) Pétrouchka (1947) Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 25 March 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Simon Rattle (Conductor) Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano) Richard Strauss (1864 - 1949) Don Juan op. 20 Alban Berg (1885 - 1935) Sieben frühe Lieder for voice and orchestra Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Shéhérazade Igor Stravinsky (1882 - 1971) Pétrouchka (1947) Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 25 March 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Simon Rattle (Conductor) Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano) Richard Strauss (1864 - 1949) Don Juan op. 20 Alban Berg (1885 - 1935) Sieben frühe Lieder for voice and orchestra Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Shéhérazade Igor Stravinsky (1882 - 1971) Pétrouchka (1947) Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 25 March 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Simon Rattle (Conductor) Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano) Richard Strauss (1864 - 1949) Don Juan op. 20 Alban Berg (1885 - 1935) Sieben frühe Lieder for voice and orchestra Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Shéhérazade Igor Stravinsky (1882 - 1971) Pétrouchka (1947) Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 25 March 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Simon Rattle (Conductor) Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano) Richard Strauss (1864 - 1949) Don Juan op. 20 Alban Berg (1885 - 1935) Sieben frühe Lieder for voice and orchestra Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Shéhérazade Igor Stravinsky (1882 - 1971) Pétrouchka (1947) Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 25 March 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Simon Rattle (Conductor) Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano) Richard Strauss (1864 - 1949) Don Juan op. 20 Alban Berg (1885 - 1935) Sieben frühe Lieder for voice and orchestra Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Shéhérazade Igor Stravinsky (1882 - 1971) Pétrouchka (1947) Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 25 March 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Simon Rattle (Conductor) Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano) Richard Strauss (1864 - 1949) Don Juan op. 20 Alban Berg (1885 - 1935) Sieben frühe Lieder for voice and orchestra Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Shéhérazade Igor Stravinsky (1882 - 1971) Pétrouchka (1947) Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 25 March 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Simon Rattle (Conductor) Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano) Richard Strauss (1864 - 1949) Don Juan op. 20 Alban Berg (1885 - 1935) Sieben frühe Lieder for voice and orchestra Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Shéhérazade Igor Stravinsky (1882 - 1971) Pétrouchka (1947) Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 25 March 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Simon Rattle (Conductor) Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano) Richard Strauss (1864 - 1949) Don Juan op. 20 Alban Berg (1885 - 1935) Sieben frühe Lieder for voice and orchestra Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Shéhérazade Igor Stravinsky (1882 - 1971) Pétrouchka (1947) Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 25 March 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Simon Rattle (Conductor) Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano) Richard Strauss (1864 - 1949) Don Juan op. 20 Alban Berg (1885 - 1935) Sieben frühe Lieder for voice and orchestra Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Shéhérazade Igor Stravinsky (1882 - 1971) Pétrouchka (1947) Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 25 March 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Simon Rattle (Conductor) Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano) Richard Strauss (1864 - 1949) Don Juan op. 20 Alban Berg (1885 - 1935) Sieben frühe Lieder for voice and orchestra Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Shéhérazade Igor Stravinsky (1882 - 1971) Pétrouchka (1947) Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 25 March 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Simon Rattle (Conductor) Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano) Richard Strauss (1864 - 1949) Don Juan op. 20 Alban Berg (1885 - 1935) Sieben frühe Lieder for voice and orchestra Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Shéhérazade Igor Stravinsky (1882 - 1971) Pétrouchka (1947) Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 25 March 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Simon Rattle (Conductor) Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano) Richard Strauss (1864 - 1949) Don Juan op. 20 Alban Berg (1885 - 1935) Sieben frühe Lieder for voice and orchestra Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Shéhérazade Igor Stravinsky (1882 - 1971) Pétrouchka (1947) Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 25 March 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Simon Rattle (Conductor) Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano) Richard Strauss (1864 - 1949) Don Juan op. 20 Alban Berg (1885 - 1935) Sieben frühe Lieder for voice and orchestra Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Shéhérazade Igor Stravinsky (1882 - 1971) Pétrouchka (1947) Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 25 March 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Simon Rattle (Conductor) Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano) Richard Strauss (1864 - 1949) Don Juan op. 20 Alban Berg (1885 - 1935) Sieben frühe Lieder for voice and orchestra Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Shéhérazade Igor Stravinsky (1882 - 1971) Pétrouchka (1947) Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 25 March 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer Berliner Philharmoniker, Simon Rattle (Conductor) Elina Garanca (mezzo-soprano) Richard Strauss (1864 - 1949) Don Juan op. 20 Alban Berg (1885 - 1935) Sieben frühe Lieder for voice and orchestra Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Shéhérazade Igor Stravinsky (1882 - 1971) Pétrouchka (1947) Recorded at the Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden, 25 March 2019 Directed by Nele Münchmeyer
 
00:33Herbert von Karajan and the Berlin Philharmonic: Brahms, Symphony No. 1
Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan (Conductor) Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897) Symphony no. 1 in C minor, op. 68 Recorded in 1986 at the Philharmonie, Berlin Directed by par Ernst Wild Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan (Conductor) Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897) Symphony no. 1 in C minor, op. 68 Recorded in 1986 at the Philharmonie, Berlin Directed by par Ernst Wild Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan (Conductor) Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897) Symphony no. 1 in C minor, op. 68 Recorded in 1986 at the Philharmonie, Berlin Directed by par Ernst Wild Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan (Conductor) Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897) Symphony no. 1 in C minor, op. 68 Recorded in 1986 at the Philharmonie, Berlin Directed by par Ernst Wild Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan (Conductor) Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897) Symphony no. 1 in C minor, op. 68 Recorded in 1986 at the Philharmonie, Berlin Directed by par Ernst Wild Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan (Conductor) Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897) Symphony no. 1 in C minor, op. 68 Recorded in 1986 at the Philharmonie, Berlin Directed by par Ernst Wild Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan (Conductor) Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897) Symphony no. 1 in C minor, op. 68 Recorded in 1986 at the Philharmonie, Berlin Directed by par Ernst Wild Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan (Conductor) Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897) Symphony no. 1 in C minor, op. 68 Recorded in 1986 at the Philharmonie, Berlin Directed by par Ernst Wild Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan (Conductor) Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897) Symphony no. 1 in C minor, op. 68 Recorded in 1986 at the Philharmonie, Berlin Directed by par Ernst Wild Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan (Conductor) Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897) Symphony no. 1 in C minor, op. 68 Recorded in 1986 at the Philharmonie, Berlin Directed by par Ernst Wild Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan (Conductor) Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897) Symphony no. 1 in C minor, op. 68 Recorded in 1986 at the Philharmonie, Berlin Directed by par Ernst Wild Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan (Conductor) Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897) Symphony no. 1 in C minor, op. 68 Recorded in 1986 at the Philharmonie, Berlin Directed by par Ernst Wild Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan (Conductor) Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897) Symphony no. 1 in C minor, op. 68 Recorded in 1986 at the Philharmonie, Berlin Directed by par Ernst Wild Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan (Conductor) Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897) Symphony no. 1 in C minor, op. 68 Recorded in 1986 at the Philharmonie, Berlin Directed by par Ernst Wild Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan (Conductor) Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897) Symphony no. 1 in C minor, op. 68 Recorded in 1986 at the Philharmonie, Berlin Directed by par Ernst Wild Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan (Conductor) Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897) Symphony no. 1 in C minor, op. 68 Recorded in 1986 at the Philharmonie, Berlin Directed by par Ernst Wild
 
01:04Anne Paceo, Rewind - Jazz sous les Pommiers
Anne Paceo " rewind" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Sylvain Daniel (bass) Matthis Pascaud (guitar) Racecar (MC) Mike Ladd (MC) Osloob (MCM) " Rewind" is a return to her roots for Anne Paceo. Firstly a return to her initial musical loves, with a world at the frontiers of hip hop, jazz, groove and rock. But also a return to the compositions of her six albums. For this new project, she has written a few new titles, but also revisits certain titlles from her repertoire... mixed with a groovy sauce !Accompanied by the bass player Sylvain Daniel and the guitarist Matthis Pascaud, Anne has surrounded herself with 3 Master of CeremoniesC's : Racecar and his cutting flow, Mike Ladd the poet of the spoken word, and Osloob and his posessed singing. A group that really wants to make you get up and dance ! Recorded on May 29, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo " rewind" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Sylvain Daniel (bass) Matthis Pascaud (guitar) Racecar (MC) Mike Ladd (MC) Osloob (MCM) " Rewind" is a return to her roots for Anne Paceo. Firstly a return to her initial musical loves, with a world at the frontiers of hip hop, jazz, groove and rock. But also a return to the compositions of her six albums. For this new project, she has written a few new titles, but also revisits certain titlles from her repertoire... mixed with a groovy sauce !Accompanied by the bass player Sylvain Daniel and the guitarist Matthis Pascaud, Anne has surrounded herself with 3 Master of CeremoniesC's : Racecar and his cutting flow, Mike Ladd the poet of the spoken word, and Osloob and his posessed singing. A group that really wants to make you get up and dance ! Recorded on May 29, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo " rewind" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Sylvain Daniel (bass) Matthis Pascaud (guitar) Racecar (MC) Mike Ladd (MC) Osloob (MCM) " Rewind" is a return to her roots for Anne Paceo. Firstly a return to her initial musical loves, with a world at the frontiers of hip hop, jazz, groove and rock. But also a return to the compositions of her six albums. For this new project, she has written a few new titles, but also revisits certain titlles from her repertoire... mixed with a groovy sauce !Accompanied by the bass player Sylvain Daniel and the guitarist Matthis Pascaud, Anne has surrounded herself with 3 Master of CeremoniesC's : Racecar and his cutting flow, Mike Ladd the poet of the spoken word, and Osloob and his posessed singing. A group that really wants to make you get up and dance ! Recorded on May 29, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo " rewind" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Sylvain Daniel (bass) Matthis Pascaud (guitar) Racecar (MC) Mike Ladd (MC) Osloob (MCM) " Rewind" is a return to her roots for Anne Paceo. Firstly a return to her initial musical loves, with a world at the frontiers of hip hop, jazz, groove and rock. But also a return to the compositions of her six albums. For this new project, she has written a few new titles, but also revisits certain titlles from her repertoire... mixed with a groovy sauce !Accompanied by the bass player Sylvain Daniel and the guitarist Matthis Pascaud, Anne has surrounded herself with 3 Master of CeremoniesC's : Racecar and his cutting flow, Mike Ladd the poet of the spoken word, and Osloob and his posessed singing. A group that really wants to make you get up and dance ! Recorded on May 29, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo " rewind" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Sylvain Daniel (bass) Matthis Pascaud (guitar) Racecar (MC) Mike Ladd (MC) Osloob (MCM) " Rewind" is a return to her roots for Anne Paceo. Firstly a return to her initial musical loves, with a world at the frontiers of hip hop, jazz, groove and rock. But also a return to the compositions of her six albums. For this new project, she has written a few new titles, but also revisits certain titlles from her repertoire... mixed with a groovy sauce !Accompanied by the bass player Sylvain Daniel and the guitarist Matthis Pascaud, Anne has surrounded herself with 3 Master of CeremoniesC's : Racecar and his cutting flow, Mike Ladd the poet of the spoken word, and Osloob and his posessed singing. A group that really wants to make you get up and dance ! Recorded on May 29, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo " rewind" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Sylvain Daniel (bass) Matthis Pascaud (guitar) Racecar (MC) Mike Ladd (MC) Osloob (MCM) " Rewind" is a return to her roots for Anne Paceo. Firstly a return to her initial musical loves, with a world at the frontiers of hip hop, jazz, groove and rock. But also a return to the compositions of her six albums. For this new project, she has written a few new titles, but also revisits certain titlles from her repertoire... mixed with a groovy sauce !Accompanied by the bass player Sylvain Daniel and the guitarist Matthis Pascaud, Anne has surrounded herself with 3 Master of CeremoniesC's : Racecar and his cutting flow, Mike Ladd the poet of the spoken word, and Osloob and his posessed singing. A group that really wants to make you get up and dance ! Recorded on May 29, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo " rewind" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Sylvain Daniel (bass) Matthis Pascaud (guitar) Racecar (MC) Mike Ladd (MC) Osloob (MCM) " Rewind" is a return to her roots for Anne Paceo. Firstly a return to her initial musical loves, with a world at the frontiers of hip hop, jazz, groove and rock. But also a return to the compositions of her six albums. For this new project, she has written a few new titles, but also revisits certain titlles from her repertoire... mixed with a groovy sauce !Accompanied by the bass player Sylvain Daniel and the guitarist Matthis Pascaud, Anne has surrounded herself with 3 Master of CeremoniesC's : Racecar and his cutting flow, Mike Ladd the poet of the spoken word, and Osloob and his posessed singing. A group that really wants to make you get up and dance ! Recorded on May 29, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo " rewind" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Sylvain Daniel (bass) Matthis Pascaud (guitar) Racecar (MC) Mike Ladd (MC) Osloob (MCM) " Rewind" is a return to her roots for Anne Paceo. Firstly a return to her initial musical loves, with a world at the frontiers of hip hop, jazz, groove and rock. But also a return to the compositions of her six albums. For this new project, she has written a few new titles, but also revisits certain titlles from her repertoire... mixed with a groovy sauce !Accompanied by the bass player Sylvain Daniel and the guitarist Matthis Pascaud, Anne has surrounded herself with 3 Master of CeremoniesC's : Racecar and his cutting flow, Mike Ladd the poet of the spoken word, and Osloob and his posessed singing. A group that really wants to make you get up and dance ! Recorded on May 29, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo " rewind" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Sylvain Daniel (bass) Matthis Pascaud (guitar) Racecar (MC) Mike Ladd (MC) Osloob (MCM) " Rewind" is a return to her roots for Anne Paceo. Firstly a return to her initial musical loves, with a world at the frontiers of hip hop, jazz, groove and rock. But also a return to the compositions of her six albums. For this new project, she has written a few new titles, but also revisits certain titlles from her repertoire... mixed with a groovy sauce !Accompanied by the bass player Sylvain Daniel and the guitarist Matthis Pascaud, Anne has surrounded herself with 3 Master of CeremoniesC's : Racecar and his cutting flow, Mike Ladd the poet of the spoken word, and Osloob and his posessed singing. A group that really wants to make you get up and dance ! Recorded on May 29, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo " rewind" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Sylvain Daniel (bass) Matthis Pascaud (guitar) Racecar (MC) Mike Ladd (MC) Osloob (MCM) " Rewind" is a return to her roots for Anne Paceo. Firstly a return to her initial musical loves, with a world at the frontiers of hip hop, jazz, groove and rock. But also a return to the compositions of her six albums. For this new project, she has written a few new titles, but also revisits certain titlles from her repertoire... mixed with a groovy sauce !Accompanied by the bass player Sylvain Daniel and the guitarist Matthis Pascaud, Anne has surrounded herself with 3 Master of CeremoniesC's : Racecar and his cutting flow, Mike Ladd the poet of the spoken word, and Osloob and his posessed singing. A group that really wants to make you get up and dance ! Recorded on May 29, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo " rewind" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Sylvain Daniel (bass) Matthis Pascaud (guitar) Racecar (MC) Mike Ladd (MC) Osloob (MCM) " Rewind" is a return to her roots for Anne Paceo. Firstly a return to her initial musical loves, with a world at the frontiers of hip hop, jazz, groove and rock. But also a return to the compositions of her six albums. For this new project, she has written a few new titles, but also revisits certain titlles from her repertoire... mixed with a groovy sauce !Accompanied by the bass player Sylvain Daniel and the guitarist Matthis Pascaud, Anne has surrounded herself with 3 Master of CeremoniesC's : Racecar and his cutting flow, Mike Ladd the poet of the spoken word, and Osloob and his posessed singing. A group that really wants to make you get up and dance ! Recorded on May 29, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo " rewind" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Sylvain Daniel (bass) Matthis Pascaud (guitar) Racecar (MC) Mike Ladd (MC) Osloob (MCM) " Rewind" is a return to her roots for Anne Paceo. Firstly a return to her initial musical loves, with a world at the frontiers of hip hop, jazz, groove and rock. But also a return to the compositions of her six albums. For this new project, she has written a few new titles, but also revisits certain titlles from her repertoire... mixed with a groovy sauce !Accompanied by the bass player Sylvain Daniel and the guitarist Matthis Pascaud, Anne has surrounded herself with 3 Master of CeremoniesC's : Racecar and his cutting flow, Mike Ladd the poet of the spoken word, and Osloob and his posessed singing. A group that really wants to make you get up and dance ! Recorded on May 29, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo " rewind" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Sylvain Daniel (bass) Matthis Pascaud (guitar) Racecar (MC) Mike Ladd (MC) Osloob (MCM) " Rewind" is a return to her roots for Anne Paceo. Firstly a return to her initial musical loves, with a world at the frontiers of hip hop, jazz, groove and rock. But also a return to the compositions of her six albums. For this new project, she has written a few new titles, but also revisits certain titlles from her repertoire... mixed with a groovy sauce !Accompanied by the bass player Sylvain Daniel and the guitarist Matthis Pascaud, Anne has surrounded herself with 3 Master of CeremoniesC's : Racecar and his cutting flow, Mike Ladd the poet of the spoken word, and Osloob and his posessed singing. A group that really wants to make you get up and dance ! Recorded on May 29, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo " rewind" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Sylvain Daniel (bass) Matthis Pascaud (guitar) Racecar (MC) Mike Ladd (MC) Osloob (MCM) " Rewind" is a return to her roots for Anne Paceo. Firstly a return to her initial musical loves, with a world at the frontiers of hip hop, jazz, groove and rock. But also a return to the compositions of her six albums. For this new project, she has written a few new titles, but also revisits certain titlles from her repertoire... mixed with a groovy sauce !Accompanied by the bass player Sylvain Daniel and the guitarist Matthis Pascaud, Anne has surrounded herself with 3 Master of CeremoniesC's : Racecar and his cutting flow, Mike Ladd the poet of the spoken word, and Osloob and his posessed singing. A group that really wants to make you get up and dance ! Recorded on May 29, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo " rewind" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Sylvain Daniel (bass) Matthis Pascaud (guitar) Racecar (MC) Mike Ladd (MC) Osloob (MCM) " Rewind" is a return to her roots for Anne Paceo. Firstly a return to her initial musical loves, with a world at the frontiers of hip hop, jazz, groove and rock. But also a return to the compositions of her six albums. For this new project, she has written a few new titles, but also revisits certain titlles from her repertoire... mixed with a groovy sauce !Accompanied by the bass player Sylvain Daniel and the guitarist Matthis Pascaud, Anne has surrounded herself with 3 Master of CeremoniesC's : Racecar and his cutting flow, Mike Ladd the poet of the spoken word, and Osloob and his posessed singing. A group that really wants to make you get up and dance ! Recorded on May 29, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo " rewind" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Sylvain Daniel (bass) Matthis Pascaud (guitar) Racecar (MC) Mike Ladd (MC) Osloob (MCM) " Rewind" is a return to her roots for Anne Paceo. Firstly a return to her initial musical loves, with a world at the frontiers of hip hop, jazz, groove and rock. But also a return to the compositions of her six albums. For this new project, she has written a few new titles, but also revisits certain titlles from her repertoire... mixed with a groovy sauce !Accompanied by the bass player Sylvain Daniel and the guitarist Matthis Pascaud, Anne has surrounded herself with 3 Master of CeremoniesC's : Racecar and his cutting flow, Mike Ladd the poet of the spoken word, and Osloob and his posessed singing. A group that really wants to make you get up and dance ! Recorded on May 29, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve
 
02:25Anne Paceo S.H.A.M.A.N.E.S. - Jazz sous les Pommiers
Anne Paceo - S.H.A.M.A.N.E.S. Anne Paceo (Drums, vocals) Isabelle Sörling (vocals) Marion Rampal (vocals) Christophe Panzani (Saxophone) Benjamin Flament (Drums, Percussion) Tony Paeleman (Piano - Rhodes, Bass) Line Up Piel L'Aube Healing Wide Awake Dive Into the Unknown Eclore From The Stars Mirages Apaches Here & Everywhere Wishes Reste Un Oiseau Travelers Au Large Recorded on September 19, 2020 at Jazz sous les Pommiers Festival TV Director, Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo - S.H.A.M.A.N.E.S. Anne Paceo (Drums, vocals) Isabelle Sörling (vocals) Marion Rampal (vocals) Christophe Panzani (Saxophone) Benjamin Flament (Drums, Percussion) Tony Paeleman (Piano - Rhodes, Bass) Line Up Piel L'Aube Healing Wide Awake Dive Into the Unknown Eclore From The Stars Mirages Apaches Here & Everywhere Wishes Reste Un Oiseau Travelers Au Large Recorded on September 19, 2020 at Jazz sous les Pommiers Festival TV Director, Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo - S.H.A.M.A.N.E.S. Anne Paceo (Drums, vocals) Isabelle Sörling (vocals) Marion Rampal (vocals) Christophe Panzani (Saxophone) Benjamin Flament (Drums, Percussion) Tony Paeleman (Piano - Rhodes, Bass) Line Up Piel L'Aube Healing Wide Awake Dive Into the Unknown Eclore From The Stars Mirages Apaches Here & Everywhere Wishes Reste Un Oiseau Travelers Au Large Recorded on September 19, 2020 at Jazz sous les Pommiers Festival TV Director, Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo - S.H.A.M.A.N.E.S. Anne Paceo (Drums, vocals) Isabelle Sörling (vocals) Marion Rampal (vocals) Christophe Panzani (Saxophone) Benjamin Flament (Drums, Percussion) Tony Paeleman (Piano - Rhodes, Bass) Line Up Piel L'Aube Healing Wide Awake Dive Into the Unknown Eclore From The Stars Mirages Apaches Here & Everywhere Wishes Reste Un Oiseau Travelers Au Large Recorded on September 19, 2020 at Jazz sous les Pommiers Festival TV Director, Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo - S.H.A.M.A.N.E.S. Anne Paceo (Drums, vocals) Isabelle Sörling (vocals) Marion Rampal (vocals) Christophe Panzani (Saxophone) Benjamin Flament (Drums, Percussion) Tony Paeleman (Piano - Rhodes, Bass) Line Up Piel L'Aube Healing Wide Awake Dive Into the Unknown Eclore From The Stars Mirages Apaches Here & Everywhere Wishes Reste Un Oiseau Travelers Au Large Recorded on September 19, 2020 at Jazz sous les Pommiers Festival TV Director, Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo - S.H.A.M.A.N.E.S. Anne Paceo (Drums, vocals) Isabelle Sörling (vocals) Marion Rampal (vocals) Christophe Panzani (Saxophone) Benjamin Flament (Drums, Percussion) Tony Paeleman (Piano - Rhodes, Bass) Line Up Piel L'Aube Healing Wide Awake Dive Into the Unknown Eclore From The Stars Mirages Apaches Here & Everywhere Wishes Reste Un Oiseau Travelers Au Large Recorded on September 19, 2020 at Jazz sous les Pommiers Festival TV Director, Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo - S.H.A.M.A.N.E.S. Anne Paceo (Drums, vocals) Isabelle Sörling (vocals) Marion Rampal (vocals) Christophe Panzani (Saxophone) Benjamin Flament (Drums, Percussion) Tony Paeleman (Piano - Rhodes, Bass) Line Up Piel L'Aube Healing Wide Awake Dive Into the Unknown Eclore From The Stars Mirages Apaches Here & Everywhere Wishes Reste Un Oiseau Travelers Au Large Recorded on September 19, 2020 at Jazz sous les Pommiers Festival TV Director, Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo - S.H.A.M.A.N.E.S. Anne Paceo (Drums, vocals) Isabelle Sörling (vocals) Marion Rampal (vocals) Christophe Panzani (Saxophone) Benjamin Flament (Drums, Percussion) Tony Paeleman (Piano - Rhodes, Bass) Line Up Piel L'Aube Healing Wide Awake Dive Into the Unknown Eclore From The Stars Mirages Apaches Here & Everywhere Wishes Reste Un Oiseau Travelers Au Large Recorded on September 19, 2020 at Jazz sous les Pommiers Festival TV Director, Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo - S.H.A.M.A.N.E.S. Anne Paceo (Drums, vocals) Isabelle Sörling (vocals) Marion Rampal (vocals) Christophe Panzani (Saxophone) Benjamin Flament (Drums, Percussion) Tony Paeleman (Piano - Rhodes, Bass) Line Up Piel L'Aube Healing Wide Awake Dive Into the Unknown Eclore From The Stars Mirages Apaches Here & Everywhere Wishes Reste Un Oiseau Travelers Au Large Recorded on September 19, 2020 at Jazz sous les Pommiers Festival TV Director, Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo - S.H.A.M.A.N.E.S. Anne Paceo (Drums, vocals) Isabelle Sörling (vocals) Marion Rampal (vocals) Christophe Panzani (Saxophone) Benjamin Flament (Drums, Percussion) Tony Paeleman (Piano - Rhodes, Bass) Line Up Piel L'Aube Healing Wide Awake Dive Into the Unknown Eclore From The Stars Mirages Apaches Here & Everywhere Wishes Reste Un Oiseau Travelers Au Large Recorded on September 19, 2020 at Jazz sous les Pommiers Festival TV Director, Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo - S.H.A.M.A.N.E.S. Anne Paceo (Drums, vocals) Isabelle Sörling (vocals) Marion Rampal (vocals) Christophe Panzani (Saxophone) Benjamin Flament (Drums, Percussion) Tony Paeleman (Piano - Rhodes, Bass) Line Up Piel L'Aube Healing Wide Awake Dive Into the Unknown Eclore From The Stars Mirages Apaches Here & Everywhere Wishes Reste Un Oiseau Travelers Au Large Recorded on September 19, 2020 at Jazz sous les Pommiers Festival TV Director, Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo - S.H.A.M.A.N.E.S. Anne Paceo (Drums, vocals) Isabelle Sörling (vocals) Marion Rampal (vocals) Christophe Panzani (Saxophone) Benjamin Flament (Drums, Percussion) Tony Paeleman (Piano - Rhodes, Bass) Line Up Piel L'Aube Healing Wide Awake Dive Into the Unknown Eclore From The Stars Mirages Apaches Here & Everywhere Wishes Reste Un Oiseau Travelers Au Large Recorded on September 19, 2020 at Jazz sous les Pommiers Festival TV Director, Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo - S.H.A.M.A.N.E.S. Anne Paceo (Drums, vocals) Isabelle Sörling (vocals) Marion Rampal (vocals) Christophe Panzani (Saxophone) Benjamin Flament (Drums, Percussion) Tony Paeleman (Piano - Rhodes, Bass) Line Up Piel L'Aube Healing Wide Awake Dive Into the Unknown Eclore From The Stars Mirages Apaches Here & Everywhere Wishes Reste Un Oiseau Travelers Au Large Recorded on September 19, 2020 at Jazz sous les Pommiers Festival TV Director, Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo - S.H.A.M.A.N.E.S. Anne Paceo (Drums, vocals) Isabelle Sörling (vocals) Marion Rampal (vocals) Christophe Panzani (Saxophone) Benjamin Flament (Drums, Percussion) Tony Paeleman (Piano - Rhodes, Bass) Line Up Piel L'Aube Healing Wide Awake Dive Into the Unknown Eclore From The Stars Mirages Apaches Here & Everywhere Wishes Reste Un Oiseau Travelers Au Large Recorded on September 19, 2020 at Jazz sous les Pommiers Festival TV Director, Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo - S.H.A.M.A.N.E.S. Anne Paceo (Drums, vocals) Isabelle Sörling (vocals) Marion Rampal (vocals) Christophe Panzani (Saxophone) Benjamin Flament (Drums, Percussion) Tony Paeleman (Piano - Rhodes, Bass) Line Up Piel L'Aube Healing Wide Awake Dive Into the Unknown Eclore From The Stars Mirages Apaches Here & Everywhere Wishes Reste Un Oiseau Travelers Au Large Recorded on September 19, 2020 at Jazz sous les Pommiers Festival TV Director, Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo - S.H.A.M.A.N.E.S. Anne Paceo (Drums, vocals) Isabelle Sörling (vocals) Marion Rampal (vocals) Christophe Panzani (Saxophone) Benjamin Flament (Drums, Percussion) Tony Paeleman (Piano - Rhodes, Bass) Line Up Piel L'Aube Healing Wide Awake Dive Into the Unknown Eclore From The Stars Mirages Apaches Here & Everywhere Wishes Reste Un Oiseau Travelers Au Large Recorded on September 19, 2020 at Jazz sous les Pommiers Festival TV Director, Thierry Villeneuve
 
03:55We Love Ella - The Amazing Keystone Big Band
We Love Ella The Amazing Keystone Big Band Bastien Ballaz, Aloïs Benoit, Loïc Bacheveillier, Sylvain Thomas (trombones) Jon Boutellier, Pierre Desassis, Kenny Jeanney, Eric Prost, Ghyslain Regard (saxophones) David Enhco, Thierry Sénéau, Vincent Labarre, Félicien Bouchot (trumpets) Fred Nardin (piano), François Thibaut (Guitar) Patrick Maradan (Double Bass) Romain Sarron (Drums) Guests Célia Kaméni (vocal) China Moses (vocal) Sarah McKenzie (vocal, piano) The Amazing Keystone Big Band loves Ella and pays more than a simple vibrant homage to she who loved big bands so much (she sang with those of Chick Weeb, Duke Ellington and Count Basie)and identified with the same vein as the one of the same name that the PBS Radio had ???? with Jon Faddis, James Moody, Lizz Wright, Patti Austin. The guest singer, Célia Kaméni, does not attempt either to compete with or to imitate, that would be impossible anyway, the first lady of song gets to grips with her world in order to sing it better. And it works perfectly, and it has to be said that the orchestra is absolutely irreproachable with its waves of intensity, its stresses, an expressive clarity which gives it a very lare range of expression. It's all there, the phrasing, the accents, the rhythm, the groove, the drive this swing, this je ne sais quoi between individual liberty and collective happiness, put simply...Jazz! Recorded on March 23, 2019 at the Salle Pleyel TV Director,Laurent HasseWe Love Ella The Amazing Keystone Big Band Bastien Ballaz, Aloïs Benoit, Loïc Bacheveillier, Sylvain Thomas (trombones) Jon Boutellier, Pierre Desassis, Kenny Jeanney, Eric Prost, Ghyslain Regard (saxophones) David Enhco, Thierry Sénéau, Vincent Labarre, Félicien Bouchot (trumpets) Fred Nardin (piano), François Thibaut (Guitar) Patrick Maradan (Double Bass) Romain Sarron (Drums) Guests Célia Kaméni (vocal) China Moses (vocal) Sarah McKenzie (vocal, piano) The Amazing Keystone Big Band loves Ella and pays more than a simple vibrant homage to she who loved big bands so much (she sang with those of Chick Weeb, Duke Ellington and Count Basie)and identified with the same vein as the one of the same name that the PBS Radio had ???? with Jon Faddis, James Moody, Lizz Wright, Patti Austin. The guest singer, Célia Kaméni, does not attempt either to compete with or to imitate, that would be impossible anyway, the first lady of song gets to grips with her world in order to sing it better. And it works perfectly, and it has to be said that the orchestra is absolutely irreproachable with its waves of intensity, its stresses, an expressive clarity which gives it a very lare range of expression. It's all there, the phrasing, the accents, the rhythm, the groove, the drive this swing, this je ne sais quoi between individual liberty and collective happiness, put simply...Jazz! Recorded on March 23, 2019 at the Salle Pleyel TV Director,Laurent HasseWe Love Ella The Amazing Keystone Big Band Bastien Ballaz, Aloïs Benoit, Loïc Bacheveillier, Sylvain Thomas (trombones) Jon Boutellier, Pierre Desassis, Kenny Jeanney, Eric Prost, Ghyslain Regard (saxophones) David Enhco, Thierry Sénéau, Vincent Labarre, Félicien Bouchot (trumpets) Fred Nardin (piano), François Thibaut (Guitar) Patrick Maradan (Double Bass) Romain Sarron (Drums) Guests Célia Kaméni (vocal) China Moses (vocal) Sarah McKenzie (vocal, piano) The Amazing Keystone Big Band loves Ella and pays more than a simple vibrant homage to she who loved big bands so much (she sang with those of Chick Weeb, Duke Ellington and Count Basie)and identified with the same vein as the one of the same name that the PBS Radio had ???? with Jon Faddis, James Moody, Lizz Wright, Patti Austin. The guest singer, Célia Kaméni, does not attempt either to compete with or to imitate, that would be impossible anyway, the first lady of song gets to grips with her world in order to sing it better. And it works perfectly, and it has to be said that the orchestra is absolutely irreproachable with its waves of intensity, its stresses, an expressive clarity which gives it a very lare range of expression. It's all there, the phrasing, the accents, the rhythm, the groove, the drive this swing, this je ne sais quoi between individual liberty and collective happiness, put simply...Jazz! Recorded on March 23, 2019 at the Salle Pleyel TV Director,Laurent HasseWe Love Ella The Amazing Keystone Big Band Bastien Ballaz, Aloïs Benoit, Loïc Bacheveillier, Sylvain Thomas (trombones) Jon Boutellier, Pierre Desassis, Kenny Jeanney, Eric Prost, Ghyslain Regard (saxophones) David Enhco, Thierry Sénéau, Vincent Labarre, Félicien Bouchot (trumpets) Fred Nardin (piano), François Thibaut (Guitar) Patrick Maradan (Double Bass) Romain Sarron (Drums) Guests Célia Kaméni (vocal) China Moses (vocal) Sarah McKenzie (vocal, piano) The Amazing Keystone Big Band loves Ella and pays more than a simple vibrant homage to she who loved big bands so much (she sang with those of Chick Weeb, Duke Ellington and Count Basie)and identified with the same vein as the one of the same name that the PBS Radio had ???? with Jon Faddis, James Moody, Lizz Wright, Patti Austin. The guest singer, Célia Kaméni, does not attempt either to compete with or to imitate, that would be impossible anyway, the first lady of song gets to grips with her world in order to sing it better. And it works perfectly, and it has to be said that the orchestra is absolutely irreproachable with its waves of intensity, its stresses, an expressive clarity which gives it a very lare range of expression. It's all there, the phrasing, the accents, the rhythm, the groove, the drive this swing, this je ne sais quoi between individual liberty and collective happiness, put simply...Jazz! Recorded on March 23, 2019 at the Salle Pleyel TV Director,Laurent HasseWe Love Ella The Amazing Keystone Big Band Bastien Ballaz, Aloïs Benoit, Loïc Bacheveillier, Sylvain Thomas (trombones) Jon Boutellier, Pierre Desassis, Kenny Jeanney, Eric Prost, Ghyslain Regard (saxophones) David Enhco, Thierry Sénéau, Vincent Labarre, Félicien Bouchot (trumpets) Fred Nardin (piano), François Thibaut (Guitar) Patrick Maradan (Double Bass) Romain Sarron (Drums) Guests Célia Kaméni (vocal) China Moses (vocal) Sarah McKenzie (vocal, piano) The Amazing Keystone Big Band loves Ella and pays more than a simple vibrant homage to she who loved big bands so much (she sang with those of Chick Weeb, Duke Ellington and Count Basie)and identified with the same vein as the one of the same name that the PBS Radio had ???? with Jon Faddis, James Moody, Lizz Wright, Patti Austin. The guest singer, Célia Kaméni, does not attempt either to compete with or to imitate, that would be impossible anyway, the first lady of song gets to grips with her world in order to sing it better. And it works perfectly, and it has to be said that the orchestra is absolutely irreproachable with its waves of intensity, its stresses, an expressive clarity which gives it a very lare range of expression. It's all there, the phrasing, the accents, the rhythm, the groove, the drive this swing, this je ne sais quoi between individual liberty and collective happiness, put simply...Jazz! Recorded on March 23, 2019 at the Salle Pleyel TV Director,Laurent HasseWe Love Ella The Amazing Keystone Big Band Bastien Ballaz, Aloïs Benoit, Loïc Bacheveillier, Sylvain Thomas (trombones) Jon Boutellier, Pierre Desassis, Kenny Jeanney, Eric Prost, Ghyslain Regard (saxophones) David Enhco, Thierry Sénéau, Vincent Labarre, Félicien Bouchot (trumpets) Fred Nardin (piano), François Thibaut (Guitar) Patrick Maradan (Double Bass) Romain Sarron (Drums) Guests Célia Kaméni (vocal) China Moses (vocal) Sarah McKenzie (vocal, piano) The Amazing Keystone Big Band loves Ella and pays more than a simple vibrant homage to she who loved big bands so much (she sang with those of Chick Weeb, Duke Ellington and Count Basie)and identified with the same vein as the one of the same name that the PBS Radio had ???? with Jon Faddis, James Moody, Lizz Wright, Patti Austin. The guest singer, Célia Kaméni, does not attempt either to compete with or to imitate, that would be impossible anyway, the first lady of song gets to grips with her world in order to sing it better. And it works perfectly, and it has to be said that the orchestra is absolutely irreproachable with its waves of intensity, its stresses, an expressive clarity which gives it a very lare range of expression. It's all there, the phrasing, the accents, the rhythm, the groove, the drive this swing, this je ne sais quoi between individual liberty and collective happiness, put simply...Jazz! Recorded on March 23, 2019 at the Salle Pleyel TV Director,Laurent HasseWe Love Ella The Amazing Keystone Big Band Bastien Ballaz, Aloïs Benoit, Loïc Bacheveillier, Sylvain Thomas (trombones) Jon Boutellier, Pierre Desassis, Kenny Jeanney, Eric Prost, Ghyslain Regard (saxophones) David Enhco, Thierry Sénéau, Vincent Labarre, Félicien Bouchot (trumpets) Fred Nardin (piano), François Thibaut (Guitar) Patrick Maradan (Double Bass) Romain Sarron (Drums) Guests Célia Kaméni (vocal) China Moses (vocal) Sarah McKenzie (vocal, piano) The Amazing Keystone Big Band loves Ella and pays more than a simple vibrant homage to she who loved big bands so much (she sang with those of Chick Weeb, Duke Ellington and Count Basie)and identified with the same vein as the one of the same name that the PBS Radio had ???? with Jon Faddis, James Moody, Lizz Wright, Patti Austin. The guest singer, Célia Kaméni, does not attempt either to compete with or to imitate, that would be impossible anyway, the first lady of song gets to grips with her world in order to sing it better. And it works perfectly, and it has to be said that the orchestra is absolutely irreproachable with its waves of intensity, its stresses, an expressive clarity which gives it a very lare range of expression. It's all there, the phrasing, the accents, the rhythm, the groove, the drive this swing, this je ne sais quoi between individual liberty and collective happiness, put simply...Jazz! Recorded on March 23, 2019 at the Salle Pleyel TV Director,Laurent HasseWe Love Ella The Amazing Keystone Big Band Bastien Ballaz, Aloïs Benoit, Loïc Bacheveillier, Sylvain Thomas (trombones) Jon Boutellier, Pierre Desassis, Kenny Jeanney, Eric Prost, Ghyslain Regard (saxophones) David Enhco, Thierry Sénéau, Vincent Labarre, Félicien Bouchot (trumpets) Fred Nardin (piano), François Thibaut (Guitar) Patrick Maradan (Double Bass) Romain Sarron (Drums) Guests Célia Kaméni (vocal) China Moses (vocal) Sarah McKenzie (vocal, piano) The Amazing Keystone Big Band loves Ella and pays more than a simple vibrant homage to she who loved big bands so much (she sang with those of Chick Weeb, Duke Ellington and Count Basie)and identified with the same vein as the one of the same name that the PBS Radio had ???? with Jon Faddis, James Moody, Lizz Wright, Patti Austin. The guest singer, Célia Kaméni, does not attempt either to compete with or to imitate, that would be impossible anyway, the first lady of song gets to grips with her world in order to sing it better. And it works perfectly, and it has to be said that the orchestra is absolutely irreproachable with its waves of intensity, its stresses, an expressive clarity which gives it a very lare range of expression. It's all there, the phrasing, the accents, the rhythm, the groove, the drive this swing, this je ne sais quoi between individual liberty and collective happiness, put simply...Jazz! Recorded on March 23, 2019 at the Salle Pleyel TV Director,Laurent HasseWe Love Ella The Amazing Keystone Big Band Bastien Ballaz, Aloïs Benoit, Loïc Bacheveillier, Sylvain Thomas (trombones) Jon Boutellier, Pierre Desassis, Kenny Jeanney, Eric Prost, Ghyslain Regard (saxophones) David Enhco, Thierry Sénéau, Vincent Labarre, Félicien Bouchot (trumpets) Fred Nardin (piano), François Thibaut (Guitar) Patrick Maradan (Double Bass) Romain Sarron (Drums) Guests Célia Kaméni (vocal) China Moses (vocal) Sarah McKenzie (vocal, piano) The Amazing Keystone Big Band loves Ella and pays more than a simple vibrant homage to she who loved big bands so much (she sang with those of Chick Weeb, Duke Ellington and Count Basie)and identified with the same vein as the one of the same name that the PBS Radio had ???? with Jon Faddis, James Moody, Lizz Wright, Patti Austin. The guest singer, Célia Kaméni, does not attempt either to compete with or to imitate, that would be impossible anyway, the first lady of song gets to grips with her world in order to sing it better. And it works perfectly, and it has to be said that the orchestra is absolutely irreproachable with its waves of intensity, its stresses, an expressive clarity which gives it a very lare range of expression. It's all there, the phrasing, the accents, the rhythm, the groove, the drive this swing, this je ne sais quoi between individual liberty and collective happiness, put simply...Jazz! Recorded on March 23, 2019 at the Salle Pleyel TV Director,Laurent HasseWe Love Ella The Amazing Keystone Big Band Bastien Ballaz, Aloïs Benoit, Loïc Bacheveillier, Sylvain Thomas (trombones) Jon Boutellier, Pierre Desassis, Kenny Jeanney, Eric Prost, Ghyslain Regard (saxophones) David Enhco, Thierry Sénéau, Vincent Labarre, Félicien Bouchot (trumpets) Fred Nardin (piano), François Thibaut (Guitar) Patrick Maradan (Double Bass) Romain Sarron (Drums) Guests Célia Kaméni (vocal) China Moses (vocal) Sarah McKenzie (vocal, piano) The Amazing Keystone Big Band loves Ella and pays more than a simple vibrant homage to she who loved big bands so much (she sang with those of Chick Weeb, Duke Ellington and Count Basie)and identified with the same vein as the one of the same name that the PBS Radio had ???? with Jon Faddis, James Moody, Lizz Wright, Patti Austin. The guest singer, Célia Kaméni, does not attempt either to compete with or to imitate, that would be impossible anyway, the first lady of song gets to grips with her world in order to sing it better. And it works perfectly, and it has to be said that the orchestra is absolutely irreproachable with its waves of intensity, its stresses, an expressive clarity which gives it a very lare range of expression. It's all there, the phrasing, the accents, the rhythm, the groove, the drive this swing, this je ne sais quoi between individual liberty and collective happiness, put simply...Jazz! Recorded on March 23, 2019 at the Salle Pleyel TV Director,Laurent HasseWe Love Ella The Amazing Keystone Big Band Bastien Ballaz, Aloïs Benoit, Loïc Bacheveillier, Sylvain Thomas (trombones) Jon Boutellier, Pierre Desassis, Kenny Jeanney, Eric Prost, Ghyslain Regard (saxophones) David Enhco, Thierry Sénéau, Vincent Labarre, Félicien Bouchot (trumpets) Fred Nardin (piano), François Thibaut (Guitar) Patrick Maradan (Double Bass) Romain Sarron (Drums) Guests Célia Kaméni (vocal) China Moses (vocal) Sarah McKenzie (vocal, piano) The Amazing Keystone Big Band loves Ella and pays more than a simple vibrant homage to she who loved big bands so much (she sang with those of Chick Weeb, Duke Ellington and Count Basie)and identified with the same vein as the one of the same name that the PBS Radio had ???? with Jon Faddis, James Moody, Lizz Wright, Patti Austin. The guest singer, Célia Kaméni, does not attempt either to compete with or to imitate, that would be impossible anyway, the first lady of song gets to grips with her world in order to sing it better. And it works perfectly, and it has to be said that the orchestra is absolutely irreproachable with its waves of intensity, its stresses, an expressive clarity which gives it a very lare range of expression. It's all there, the phrasing, the accents, the rhythm, the groove, the drive this swing, this je ne sais quoi between individual liberty and collective happiness, put simply...Jazz! Recorded on March 23, 2019 at the Salle Pleyel TV Director,Laurent HasseWe Love Ella The Amazing Keystone Big Band Bastien Ballaz, Aloïs Benoit, Loïc Bacheveillier, Sylvain Thomas (trombones) Jon Boutellier, Pierre Desassis, Kenny Jeanney, Eric Prost, Ghyslain Regard (saxophones) David Enhco, Thierry Sénéau, Vincent Labarre, Félicien Bouchot (trumpets) Fred Nardin (piano), François Thibaut (Guitar) Patrick Maradan (Double Bass) Romain Sarron (Drums) Guests Célia Kaméni (vocal) China Moses (vocal) Sarah McKenzie (vocal, piano) The Amazing Keystone Big Band loves Ella and pays more than a simple vibrant homage to she who loved big bands so much (she sang with those of Chick Weeb, Duke Ellington and Count Basie)and identified with the same vein as the one of the same name that the PBS Radio had ???? with Jon Faddis, James Moody, Lizz Wright, Patti Austin. The guest singer, Célia Kaméni, does not attempt either to compete with or to imitate, that would be impossible anyway, the first lady of song gets to grips with her world in order to sing it better. And it works perfectly, and it has to be said that the orchestra is absolutely irreproachable with its waves of intensity, its stresses, an expressive clarity which gives it a very lare range of expression. It's all there, the phrasing, the accents, the rhythm, the groove, the drive this swing, this je ne sais quoi between individual liberty and collective happiness, put simply...Jazz! Recorded on March 23, 2019 at the Salle Pleyel TV Director,Laurent HasseWe Love Ella The Amazing Keystone Big Band Bastien Ballaz, Aloïs Benoit, Loïc Bacheveillier, Sylvain Thomas (trombones) Jon Boutellier, Pierre Desassis, Kenny Jeanney, Eric Prost, Ghyslain Regard (saxophones) David Enhco, Thierry Sénéau, Vincent Labarre, Félicien Bouchot (trumpets) Fred Nardin (piano), François Thibaut (Guitar) Patrick Maradan (Double Bass) Romain Sarron (Drums) Guests Célia Kaméni (vocal) China Moses (vocal) Sarah McKenzie (vocal, piano) The Amazing Keystone Big Band loves Ella and pays more than a simple vibrant homage to she who loved big bands so much (she sang with those of Chick Weeb, Duke Ellington and Count Basie)and identified with the same vein as the one of the same name that the PBS Radio had ???? with Jon Faddis, James Moody, Lizz Wright, Patti Austin. The guest singer, Célia Kaméni, does not attempt either to compete with or to imitate, that would be impossible anyway, the first lady of song gets to grips with her world in order to sing it better. And it works perfectly, and it has to be said that the orchestra is absolutely irreproachable with its waves of intensity, its stresses, an expressive clarity which gives it a very lare range of expression. It's all there, the phrasing, the accents, the rhythm, the groove, the drive this swing, this je ne sais quoi between individual liberty and collective happiness, put simply...Jazz! Recorded on March 23, 2019 at the Salle Pleyel TV Director,Laurent HasseWe Love Ella The Amazing Keystone Big Band Bastien Ballaz, Aloïs Benoit, Loïc Bacheveillier, Sylvain Thomas (trombones) Jon Boutellier, Pierre Desassis, Kenny Jeanney, Eric Prost, Ghyslain Regard (saxophones) David Enhco, Thierry Sénéau, Vincent Labarre, Félicien Bouchot (trumpets) Fred Nardin (piano), François Thibaut (Guitar) Patrick Maradan (Double Bass) Romain Sarron (Drums) Guests Célia Kaméni (vocal) China Moses (vocal) Sarah McKenzie (vocal, piano) The Amazing Keystone Big Band loves Ella and pays more than a simple vibrant homage to she who loved big bands so much (she sang with those of Chick Weeb, Duke Ellington and Count Basie)and identified with the same vein as the one of the same name that the PBS Radio had ???? with Jon Faddis, James Moody, Lizz Wright, Patti Austin. The guest singer, Célia Kaméni, does not attempt either to compete with or to imitate, that would be impossible anyway, the first lady of song gets to grips with her world in order to sing it better. And it works perfectly, and it has to be said that the orchestra is absolutely irreproachable with its waves of intensity, its stresses, an expressive clarity which gives it a very lare range of expression. It's all there, the phrasing, the accents, the rhythm, the groove, the drive this swing, this je ne sais quoi between individual liberty and collective happiness, put simply...Jazz! Recorded on March 23, 2019 at the Salle Pleyel TV Director,Laurent HasseWe Love Ella The Amazing Keystone Big Band Bastien Ballaz, Aloïs Benoit, Loïc Bacheveillier, Sylvain Thomas (trombones) Jon Boutellier, Pierre Desassis, Kenny Jeanney, Eric Prost, Ghyslain Regard (saxophones) David Enhco, Thierry Sénéau, Vincent Labarre, Félicien Bouchot (trumpets) Fred Nardin (piano), François Thibaut (Guitar) Patrick Maradan (Double Bass) Romain Sarron (Drums) Guests Célia Kaméni (vocal) China Moses (vocal) Sarah McKenzie (vocal, piano) The Amazing Keystone Big Band loves Ella and pays more than a simple vibrant homage to she who loved big bands so much (she sang with those of Chick Weeb, Duke Ellington and Count Basie)and identified with the same vein as the one of the same name that the PBS Radio had ???? with Jon Faddis, James Moody, Lizz Wright, Patti Austin. The guest singer, Célia Kaméni, does not attempt either to compete with or to imitate, that would be impossible anyway, the first lady of song gets to grips with her world in order to sing it better. And it works perfectly, and it has to be said that the orchestra is absolutely irreproachable with its waves of intensity, its stresses, an expressive clarity which gives it a very lare range of expression. It's all there, the phrasing, the accents, the rhythm, the groove, the drive this swing, this je ne sais quoi between individual liberty and collective happiness, put simply...Jazz! Recorded on March 23, 2019 at the Salle Pleyel TV Director,Laurent HasseWe Love Ella The Amazing Keystone Big Band Bastien Ballaz, Aloïs Benoit, Loïc Bacheveillier, Sylvain Thomas (trombones) Jon Boutellier, Pierre Desassis, Kenny Jeanney, Eric Prost, Ghyslain Regard (saxophones) David Enhco, Thierry Sénéau, Vincent Labarre, Félicien Bouchot (trumpets) Fred Nardin (piano), François Thibaut (Guitar) Patrick Maradan (Double Bass) Romain Sarron (Drums) Guests Célia Kaméni (vocal) China Moses (vocal) Sarah McKenzie (vocal, piano) The Amazing Keystone Big Band loves Ella and pays more than a simple vibrant homage to she who loved big bands so much (she sang with those of Chick Weeb, Duke Ellington and Count Basie)and identified with the same vein as the one of the same name that the PBS Radio had ???? with Jon Faddis, James Moody, Lizz Wright, Patti Austin. The guest singer, Célia Kaméni, does not attempt either to compete with or to imitate, that would be impossible anyway, the first lady of song gets to grips with her world in order to sing it better. And it works perfectly, and it has to be said that the orchestra is absolutely irreproachable with its waves of intensity, its stresses, an expressive clarity which gives it a very lare range of expression. It's all there, the phrasing, the accents, the rhythm, the groove, the drive this swing, this je ne sais quoi between individual liberty and collective happiness, put simply...Jazz! Recorded on March 23, 2019 at the Salle Pleyel TV Director,Laurent Hasse
 
04:52Anne Paceo, Alegria - Jazz sous les Pommiers
Anne Paceo "Alegria" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Daniel Santiago (guitar) Frederico Heliodoro (bass) Leonardo Montana (piano) " Alegria " or " joy " in Portuguese...This what comes out of the encounter between Anne Paceo and two musicians having frequented the greatest names in Brazilian music (Hamilton de Holanda, João Bosco, Milton Nascimento, Hermeto Pascoal...). The pianist and Anne's faithful accomplice, Léo Montana, completes this dream casting. For the occasion our sparkling artist in residence will propose some new compositions she says : " I know that from our alchemy, magic will be born and that it really is joy that will spring out of it. " Recorded on June 1st, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo "Alegria" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Daniel Santiago (guitar) Frederico Heliodoro (bass) Leonardo Montana (piano) " Alegria " or " joy " in Portuguese...This what comes out of the encounter between Anne Paceo and two musicians having frequented the greatest names in Brazilian music (Hamilton de Holanda, João Bosco, Milton Nascimento, Hermeto Pascoal...). The pianist and Anne's faithful accomplice, Léo Montana, completes this dream casting. For the occasion our sparkling artist in residence will propose some new compositions she says : " I know that from our alchemy, magic will be born and that it really is joy that will spring out of it. " Recorded on June 1st, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo "Alegria" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Daniel Santiago (guitar) Frederico Heliodoro (bass) Leonardo Montana (piano) " Alegria " or " joy " in Portuguese...This what comes out of the encounter between Anne Paceo and two musicians having frequented the greatest names in Brazilian music (Hamilton de Holanda, João Bosco, Milton Nascimento, Hermeto Pascoal...). The pianist and Anne's faithful accomplice, Léo Montana, completes this dream casting. For the occasion our sparkling artist in residence will propose some new compositions she says : " I know that from our alchemy, magic will be born and that it really is joy that will spring out of it. " Recorded on June 1st, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo "Alegria" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Daniel Santiago (guitar) Frederico Heliodoro (bass) Leonardo Montana (piano) " Alegria " or " joy " in Portuguese...This what comes out of the encounter between Anne Paceo and two musicians having frequented the greatest names in Brazilian music (Hamilton de Holanda, João Bosco, Milton Nascimento, Hermeto Pascoal...). The pianist and Anne's faithful accomplice, Léo Montana, completes this dream casting. For the occasion our sparkling artist in residence will propose some new compositions she says : " I know that from our alchemy, magic will be born and that it really is joy that will spring out of it. " Recorded on June 1st, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo "Alegria" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Daniel Santiago (guitar) Frederico Heliodoro (bass) Leonardo Montana (piano) " Alegria " or " joy " in Portuguese...This what comes out of the encounter between Anne Paceo and two musicians having frequented the greatest names in Brazilian music (Hamilton de Holanda, João Bosco, Milton Nascimento, Hermeto Pascoal...). The pianist and Anne's faithful accomplice, Léo Montana, completes this dream casting. For the occasion our sparkling artist in residence will propose some new compositions she says : " I know that from our alchemy, magic will be born and that it really is joy that will spring out of it. " Recorded on June 1st, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo "Alegria" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Daniel Santiago (guitar) Frederico Heliodoro (bass) Leonardo Montana (piano) " Alegria " or " joy " in Portuguese...This what comes out of the encounter between Anne Paceo and two musicians having frequented the greatest names in Brazilian music (Hamilton de Holanda, João Bosco, Milton Nascimento, Hermeto Pascoal...). The pianist and Anne's faithful accomplice, Léo Montana, completes this dream casting. For the occasion our sparkling artist in residence will propose some new compositions she says : " I know that from our alchemy, magic will be born and that it really is joy that will spring out of it. " Recorded on June 1st, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo "Alegria" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Daniel Santiago (guitar) Frederico Heliodoro (bass) Leonardo Montana (piano) " Alegria " or " joy " in Portuguese...This what comes out of the encounter between Anne Paceo and two musicians having frequented the greatest names in Brazilian music (Hamilton de Holanda, João Bosco, Milton Nascimento, Hermeto Pascoal...). The pianist and Anne's faithful accomplice, Léo Montana, completes this dream casting. For the occasion our sparkling artist in residence will propose some new compositions she says : " I know that from our alchemy, magic will be born and that it really is joy that will spring out of it. " Recorded on June 1st, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo "Alegria" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Daniel Santiago (guitar) Frederico Heliodoro (bass) Leonardo Montana (piano) " Alegria " or " joy " in Portuguese...This what comes out of the encounter between Anne Paceo and two musicians having frequented the greatest names in Brazilian music (Hamilton de Holanda, João Bosco, Milton Nascimento, Hermeto Pascoal...). The pianist and Anne's faithful accomplice, Léo Montana, completes this dream casting. For the occasion our sparkling artist in residence will propose some new compositions she says : " I know that from our alchemy, magic will be born and that it really is joy that will spring out of it. " Recorded on June 1st, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo "Alegria" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Daniel Santiago (guitar) Frederico Heliodoro (bass) Leonardo Montana (piano) " Alegria " or " joy " in Portuguese...This what comes out of the encounter between Anne Paceo and two musicians having frequented the greatest names in Brazilian music (Hamilton de Holanda, João Bosco, Milton Nascimento, Hermeto Pascoal...). The pianist and Anne's faithful accomplice, Léo Montana, completes this dream casting. For the occasion our sparkling artist in residence will propose some new compositions she says : " I know that from our alchemy, magic will be born and that it really is joy that will spring out of it. " Recorded on June 1st, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo "Alegria" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Daniel Santiago (guitar) Frederico Heliodoro (bass) Leonardo Montana (piano) " Alegria " or " joy " in Portuguese...This what comes out of the encounter between Anne Paceo and two musicians having frequented the greatest names in Brazilian music (Hamilton de Holanda, João Bosco, Milton Nascimento, Hermeto Pascoal...). The pianist and Anne's faithful accomplice, Léo Montana, completes this dream casting. For the occasion our sparkling artist in residence will propose some new compositions she says : " I know that from our alchemy, magic will be born and that it really is joy that will spring out of it. " Recorded on June 1st, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo "Alegria" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Daniel Santiago (guitar) Frederico Heliodoro (bass) Leonardo Montana (piano) " Alegria " or " joy " in Portuguese...This what comes out of the encounter between Anne Paceo and two musicians having frequented the greatest names in Brazilian music (Hamilton de Holanda, João Bosco, Milton Nascimento, Hermeto Pascoal...). The pianist and Anne's faithful accomplice, Léo Montana, completes this dream casting. For the occasion our sparkling artist in residence will propose some new compositions she says : " I know that from our alchemy, magic will be born and that it really is joy that will spring out of it. " Recorded on June 1st, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo "Alegria" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Daniel Santiago (guitar) Frederico Heliodoro (bass) Leonardo Montana (piano) " Alegria " or " joy " in Portuguese...This what comes out of the encounter between Anne Paceo and two musicians having frequented the greatest names in Brazilian music (Hamilton de Holanda, João Bosco, Milton Nascimento, Hermeto Pascoal...). The pianist and Anne's faithful accomplice, Léo Montana, completes this dream casting. For the occasion our sparkling artist in residence will propose some new compositions she says : " I know that from our alchemy, magic will be born and that it really is joy that will spring out of it. " Recorded on June 1st, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo "Alegria" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Daniel Santiago (guitar) Frederico Heliodoro (bass) Leonardo Montana (piano) " Alegria " or " joy " in Portuguese...This what comes out of the encounter between Anne Paceo and two musicians having frequented the greatest names in Brazilian music (Hamilton de Holanda, João Bosco, Milton Nascimento, Hermeto Pascoal...). The pianist and Anne's faithful accomplice, Léo Montana, completes this dream casting. For the occasion our sparkling artist in residence will propose some new compositions she says : " I know that from our alchemy, magic will be born and that it really is joy that will spring out of it. " Recorded on June 1st, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo "Alegria" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Daniel Santiago (guitar) Frederico Heliodoro (bass) Leonardo Montana (piano) " Alegria " or " joy " in Portuguese...This what comes out of the encounter between Anne Paceo and two musicians having frequented the greatest names in Brazilian music (Hamilton de Holanda, João Bosco, Milton Nascimento, Hermeto Pascoal...). The pianist and Anne's faithful accomplice, Léo Montana, completes this dream casting. For the occasion our sparkling artist in residence will propose some new compositions she says : " I know that from our alchemy, magic will be born and that it really is joy that will spring out of it. " Recorded on June 1st, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo "Alegria" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Daniel Santiago (guitar) Frederico Heliodoro (bass) Leonardo Montana (piano) " Alegria " or " joy " in Portuguese...This what comes out of the encounter between Anne Paceo and two musicians having frequented the greatest names in Brazilian music (Hamilton de Holanda, João Bosco, Milton Nascimento, Hermeto Pascoal...). The pianist and Anne's faithful accomplice, Léo Montana, completes this dream casting. For the occasion our sparkling artist in residence will propose some new compositions she says : " I know that from our alchemy, magic will be born and that it really is joy that will spring out of it. " Recorded on June 1st, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve Anne Paceo "Alegria" Anne Paceo (drumes, compositions) Daniel Santiago (guitar) Frederico Heliodoro (bass) Leonardo Montana (piano) " Alegria " or " joy " in Portuguese...This what comes out of the encounter between Anne Paceo and two musicians having frequented the greatest names in Brazilian music (Hamilton de Holanda, João Bosco, Milton Nascimento, Hermeto Pascoal...). The pianist and Anne's faithful accomplice, Léo Montana, completes this dream casting. For the occasion our sparkling artist in residence will propose some new compositions she says : " I know that from our alchemy, magic will be born and that it really is joy that will spring out of it. " Recorded on June 1st, 2019 at Jazz sous les Pommiers TV Directors, Laurent Hasse & Thierry Villeneuve
 
06:03Jazz legends - Charles Mingus & Eric Dolphy
Charles Mingus & Eric Dolphy With Charles Mingus (double bass) Eric Dolphy (Alto Sax , Flute, Bass Clarinet) Clifford Jordan (Tenor Sax) Jaki Byard (Piano) Dannie Richmond (Drums) Playlist - "Farewell" - "Carlye Goodbye" - "Meditations Recorded on1965 at the Palais des congrès de Liège TV Director, Serge LeroyCharles Mingus & Eric Dolphy With Charles Mingus (double bass) Eric Dolphy (Alto Sax , Flute, Bass Clarinet) Clifford Jordan (Tenor Sax) Jaki Byard (Piano) Dannie Richmond (Drums) Playlist - "Farewell" - "Carlye Goodbye" - "Meditations Recorded on1965 at the Palais des congrès de Liège TV Director, Serge LeroyCharles Mingus & Eric Dolphy With Charles Mingus (double bass) Eric Dolphy (Alto Sax , Flute, Bass Clarinet) Clifford Jordan (Tenor Sax) Jaki Byard (Piano) Dannie Richmond (Drums) Playlist - "Farewell" - "Carlye Goodbye" - "Meditations Recorded on1965 at the Palais des congrès de Liège TV Director, Serge LeroyCharles Mingus & Eric Dolphy With Charles Mingus (double bass) Eric Dolphy (Alto Sax , Flute, Bass Clarinet) Clifford Jordan (Tenor Sax) Jaki Byard (Piano) Dannie Richmond (Drums) Playlist - "Farewell" - "Carlye Goodbye" - "Meditations Recorded on1965 at the Palais des congrès de Liège TV Director, Serge LeroyCharles Mingus & Eric Dolphy With Charles Mingus (double bass) Eric Dolphy (Alto Sax , Flute, Bass Clarinet) Clifford Jordan (Tenor Sax) Jaki Byard (Piano) Dannie Richmond (Drums) Playlist - "Farewell" - "Carlye Goodbye" - "Meditations Recorded on1965 at the Palais des congrès de Liège TV Director, Serge LeroyCharles Mingus & Eric Dolphy With Charles Mingus (double bass) Eric Dolphy (Alto Sax , Flute, Bass Clarinet) Clifford Jordan (Tenor Sax) Jaki Byard (Piano) Dannie Richmond (Drums) Playlist - "Farewell" - "Carlye Goodbye" - "Meditations Recorded on1965 at the Palais des congrès de Liège TV Director, Serge LeroyCharles Mingus & Eric Dolphy With Charles Mingus (double bass) Eric Dolphy (Alto Sax , Flute, Bass Clarinet) Clifford Jordan (Tenor Sax) Jaki Byard (Piano) Dannie Richmond (Drums) Playlist - "Farewell" - "Carlye Goodbye" - "Meditations Recorded on1965 at the Palais des congrès de Liège TV Director, Serge LeroyCharles Mingus & Eric Dolphy With Charles Mingus (double bass) Eric Dolphy (Alto Sax , Flute, Bass Clarinet) Clifford Jordan (Tenor Sax) Jaki Byard (Piano) Dannie Richmond (Drums) Playlist - "Farewell" - "Carlye Goodbye" - "Meditations Recorded on1965 at the Palais des congrès de Liège TV Director, Serge LeroyCharles Mingus & Eric Dolphy With Charles Mingus (double bass) Eric Dolphy (Alto Sax , Flute, Bass Clarinet) Clifford Jordan (Tenor Sax) Jaki Byard (Piano) Dannie Richmond (Drums) Playlist - "Farewell" - "Carlye Goodbye" - "Meditations Recorded on1965 at the Palais des congrès de Liège TV Director, Serge LeroyCharles Mingus & Eric Dolphy With Charles Mingus (double bass) Eric Dolphy (Alto Sax , Flute, Bass Clarinet) Clifford Jordan (Tenor Sax) Jaki Byard (Piano) Dannie Richmond (Drums) Playlist - "Farewell" - "Carlye Goodbye" - "Meditations Recorded on1965 at the Palais des congrès de Liège TV Director, Serge LeroyCharles Mingus & Eric Dolphy With Charles Mingus (double bass) Eric Dolphy (Alto Sax , Flute, Bass Clarinet) Clifford Jordan (Tenor Sax) Jaki Byard (Piano) Dannie Richmond (Drums) Playlist - "Farewell" - "Carlye Goodbye" - "Meditations Recorded on1965 at the Palais des congrès de Liège TV Director, Serge LeroyCharles Mingus & Eric Dolphy With Charles Mingus (double bass) Eric Dolphy (Alto Sax , Flute, Bass Clarinet) Clifford Jordan (Tenor Sax) Jaki Byard (Piano) Dannie Richmond (Drums) Playlist - "Farewell" - "Carlye Goodbye" - "Meditations Recorded on1965 at the Palais des congrès de Liège TV Director, Serge LeroyCharles Mingus & Eric Dolphy With Charles Mingus (double bass) Eric Dolphy (Alto Sax , Flute, Bass Clarinet) Clifford Jordan (Tenor Sax) Jaki Byard (Piano) Dannie Richmond (Drums) Playlist - "Farewell" - "Carlye Goodbye" - "Meditations Recorded on1965 at the Palais des congrès de Liège TV Director, Serge LeroyCharles Mingus & Eric Dolphy With Charles Mingus (double bass) Eric Dolphy (Alto Sax , Flute, Bass Clarinet) Clifford Jordan (Tenor Sax) Jaki Byard (Piano) Dannie Richmond (Drums) Playlist - "Farewell" - "Carlye Goodbye" - "Meditations Recorded on1965 at the Palais des congrès de Liège TV Director, Serge LeroyCharles Mingus & Eric Dolphy With Charles Mingus (double bass) Eric Dolphy (Alto Sax , Flute, Bass Clarinet) Clifford Jordan (Tenor Sax) Jaki Byard (Piano) Dannie Richmond (Drums) Playlist - "Farewell" - "Carlye Goodbye" - "Meditations Recorded on1965 at the Palais des congrès de Liège TV Director, Serge LeroyCharles Mingus & Eric Dolphy With Charles Mingus (double bass) Eric Dolphy (Alto Sax , Flute, Bass Clarinet) Clifford Jordan (Tenor Sax) Jaki Byard (Piano) Dannie Richmond (Drums) Playlist - "Farewell" - "Carlye Goodbye" - "Meditations Recorded on1965 at the Palais des congrès de Liège TV Director, Serge Leroy
 
06:23China Moses, Alfa Jazz Fest
China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg
 


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