New concert repertoire for Les Métaboles: the Johannes Brahms' Liebeslieder Walzer , one of his most popular works written in 1869 and 1874 for piano four hands and choir. Behind Brahms the Titan, the ambitious...+
An eclectic programme that is one of Léo Warynski's trademarks with Palestrina's Stabat Mater in an evening clearly oriented towards contemporary music, Boulez's Cummings ist der Dichter and two creations by François Meïmoun and Francesco...+
It was only a few months before his death that Jonathan Harvey completed his final work, The Plain Songs for Peace and Ligh t - thus testifying, despite a constant commitment to the most futuristic...+
Ravel's choral music is rare. It does, however, have treasures among which Les trois chansons for a cappella choir. His music seems to find an ideal extension with voice and choir. This program proposes to...+
This opera composed by Yann Robin marks the reunion of the brilliant director Arthur Nauzyciel and the author Yannick Haenel after the Jan Karski performance (mon nom est une fiction). A creation that explores the...+
Recorded on the NoMadMusic label, Le Jardin féérique is a programme of a cappella works in which nature is in turn a harmonic or phantasmagorical garden, a place for contemplation or reflection, or simply a...+
Inspired by Indian music and Buddhist philosophy, this creation for voice and electronics is emblematic of the hippy era. Composed in 1968, it is an invocation of various deities in 51 phases and erotic poems,...+
Here, it's all about spirituality, a sense of space and affinities. Over the centuries, the ensemble headed by Léo Warynski unearths kinship, emphasizes family tunes, in a long line of composers touched by grace. Rameau,...+
The program of the record Mysterious Nativity was born from the companionship that unites Les Métaboles with the composer Dimitri Tchesnokov. Released in 2014 with Brilliant Classics, it’s at the origin of this concert. The...+
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