SE | 2016 | 98' | HD | English | By Måns Pär Fogelberg | The Gothenburg Symphony The National Orchestra of Sweden
Phenomenal pianist Marc-André Hamelin is a virtuoso in the true meaning of the word, paying as much attention to minute details as playing like thundering fireworks. Let’s enjoy his art in two sonatas by secretive Russian Samuil Feinberg, Beethoven’s finger-breaking Appassionata, an intimate nocturne by Maria Szymanowska, and in Schumann’s monumental Fantasy.
Concert Hall of the National Symphonic Orchestra of Sweden in Gothenburg
SE | 2016 | 48' | HD | English | By Måns Pär Fogelberg | The Gothenburg Symphony The National Orchestra of Sweden
Marc-André Hamelin is held by many classical music aficionados as the world’s finest pianist. In this programme, he tackles Brahms’ colossal first piano concerto. The Gothenburg Symphony impresses with its virtuosity in Bartok’s sparkling Concerto for Orchestra, and in Katarina Leyman’s atmospheric study of the sun, Solar Flares.
Conducted by the young Finnish phenomenon Santtu-Matias Rouvali, the concert was shot in the National Orchestra of Sweden in Goteborg.
SE | 2016 | 55' / 70' | HD | English | By Måns Pär Fogelberg | The Gothenburg Symphony The National Orchestra of Sweden
In this classical music concert of Peer Gynt (originally written by the Norwegian Henrik Ibsen, as a theater play) the lovely Solveig’s Song is interpreted by the soloist soprano, Klara Ek. This program including as well the famous In the Hall of the Mountain King is conducted by Alain Altinoglu, Music Director at La Monnaie in Brussels. Shot on The National Orchestra of Sweden in Goteborg’s stage, this concert unveils a Gothenburg’s Orchestra magnifying this Scandinavian story.
SE | 2016 | 55' / 52' | HD | English | By Måns Pär Fogelberg | The Gothenburg Symphony The National Orchestra of Sweden
FR | 2011 | 89' / 148’ | HD | By Antoine Carlier Walter Films Broadcaster: Mezzo
FR | 2011 | 71’ | HD | By Yan ProefrockStep by Step, Palazzetto Bru Zane | Broadcaster: Mezzo David Violi, pianist
FR | 2011 | 86’ | HD | By Yan Proefrock | Step by Step | Broadcaster: Mezzo
SE | 2015 | 37' (including interviews) | HD | English | By Måns Pär Fogelberg | The Gothenburg Symphony | The National Orchestra of Sweden
Born of a Japanese mother and a German father, both musicians, Arabella Steinbacher finds her passion for violin at the age of three. Since then, she impresses the classical music world with her talent and became one of today's leading violonists on the international scene. Together with the German conductor Marc Albrecht and the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, she performs the very inventive Mozart Violin Concerto n° 3, mastering expressivness.
Mozart Violin ConcertoNo 3: 27'30''
Encore: Fritz Kreisler,RecitivoandScherzo-Caprice05'46''
SE | 2016 | 76' | HD | English | By Måns Pär Fogelberg | The Gothenburg Symphony | The National Orchestra of Sweden
Andreas Brantelid is a major Swedish-Danish cello soloist. He played his first concerto at the age of 14 and received Denmark’s biggest prize: the Carl Nielsen’s Scholarship. Accompanied by the skilled Swedish chamber orchestra Musica Vitae at the Gothenburg Concert Hall, he performs A Study in Scarlet by Britta Byström, the Cello Concerto No. 1 in C Major by Joseph Haydn, Player from Jewish life by Ernst Bloch and Souvenir de Florence, a string sextet in D minor by Tchaikovsky
FR | 2013 | 60’ | HD | By Nicolas Dattilesi | KOALA Prod
Renaud Garcia-Fons is one of the greatest double bass virtuosos, mixing influences from classical music to flamenco, jazz & Middle Eastern flavors. Combining the highest level of dexterity with freedom & creativity, he is a genius revolutionizing how double bass is conceived, played and perceived. A documentary is also available.
FR | 2011 | 68’ | HD | By Yan Proefrock Step by Step, Palazzetto Bru Zane | Broadcaster: Mezzo | Philippe Graffin: violin, Pascal Devoyon: piano.
FR | 2011 | 86’ | HD | By Yan Proefrock | Step by Step, Palazzetto Bru Zane | Broadcaster: Mezzo | Stefano Molardi: pianoforte & conduction, Jonathan Guyonnet: violonist & Roberta Invernizzi: soprano
SE | 2016 | 78' | HD | English | By Måns Pär Fogelberg | The Gothenburg Symphony-The National Orchestra of Sweden
The woodwinds quintet CARION, known as one of Europe’s finest woodwind quintet, interacts in a very unusual direct way. It plays here Beethoven's Woodwind Sextett (rearranged for quintet) but also Nielsen's Woodwind Quintet, Montague's Bolt from the Blue, Lizst Grand Etudes by Paganini and Ibert's Three short pieces. A memorable concert ending perfectly with a sweet “encore” with Italian flair.
SE | 2015 | 90' | HD | English | By Måns Pär Fogelberg | The Gothenburg Symphony - The National Orchestra of Sweden
The Freiburger Barockorchester conquered the most famous international concert halls thanks to their mastery of historical instruments. The great Italian soloist Lorenzo Coppola plays Mozart's Clarinet Concerto on a replica of the clarinetto that Anton Stadler used for the Première. Christian Gerhaher, German Bariton, sings the well-known Mozart Arias, a vigorous version of Mozart's "Paris" symphony, No 31 and Contredance “Les filles des malicieuses”.
SE | 2016 | 57' | HD | English | By Måns Pär Fogelberg | The Gothenburg Symphony- The National Orchestra of Sweden
Canadian singer-conductor Barbara Hannigan belongs to the few who seem to have it all: a lovely voice, a sense of drama, a sensibility in shaping the phrase and a strong artistic ambition. One can’t resist her performances.
Bouchapa by Nono Djamila: 04'
Symphony nr 49 "LA PASSIONE" by Joseph Haydn: 18'
Annes Aria Act 1 by Stravinsky: 10'
Symphony in three movments by Stravinsky: 24'
FR | 2011 | 73’ | HD | By Olivier Simonnet | Step by Step | Coproducers: Le Concert Spirituel, MezzoBroadcaster: France Télévisions Conductor : Hervé Niquet choir master of Opéra National de Paris | Orchestra: Le Concert Spirituel | Location: Cité de l’architecture, Palais de Chaillot
Hervé Niquet, iconoclastic and jubilant choir master of the Opéra National de Paris, conducts the 40-voice Mass by Alessandro Striggio, never-performed since baroque times. The concert takes place in the Cité de l’architecture, Palais de Chaillot. A 52’ version of the documentary by Laurent Portes is available.
FR | 2011 | 210' | HD | German, French (sub.) | By Denis Caïozzi | Producer: Axe Sud | Partner: Théâtre du Châtelet | Broadcaster: France Télévisions
The Messiah is an atypical but famous Oratorio by Handel, a collage of biblical texts evoking the figure of Christ, from his birth to his resurrection. Handel's work lends itself to the most excessive scenic daring. That of Oleg Kulik, the Russian artist who designed a striking spatial of Vespers of the Virgin by Monteverdi in 2009, is again unusual.
FR | 2013 | 83' | HD | French | By Isabelle Soulard | Skopia films, France 2, France 3 Lille | Broadcaster: France 2
FR | 2012 | 83'/52' | HD| French | By Dominique Thiel & Christian Leblé | Cinétévé, ARTE France | Broadcaster: ARTE France
Only a highly talented and renowned French conductor such as Jean-Claude Casadesus could pay tribute to the French prominent composer Claude Debussy. Casadesus, the
Orchestre national de Lille & the Chœur de l’Opéra de Lille revisit Debussy’s best orchestral works: Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun, Nocturnes & The Sea. The performance is punctuated by
short explanations enlightening on the compositions.
A 85' version without interviews is also available.
IT | 2015 | 62' | HD | Italian, English (sub.), a true international version exists | By Francesco Manfio et Sergio Manfio | Gruppo Alcuni, le “Teatri e Umanesimo Latino” de Trévises
Peter and the vegetarian wolf, based on the most famous classical music score for children is a funny innovative performance. It modernizes the work of Sergei
Prokofiev with musicians & actors on stage interacting with wellknown animated characters (the wolf, the bird, the duck, the cat and the hunters) on big screens.
Conducted by Maestro Diego Basso
In Trevisio Teatri e Umanesimo Latino