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Passion Brahms

Chœur de l’Orchestre de Paris - Étudiants du Conservatoire de Paris - Marc Korovitch - Ingrid Roose - Brahms, Stenhammar
Vocal Concert
Salle des concerts - Cité de la musique

Program

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Oeuvres de Johannes Brahms
Johannes Brahms
Liebeslieder Walzer
Zigeunerlieder op. 103
Wilhelm Stenhammar
Deux poèmes d'Oscar Levertin
Choeur de l'Orchestre de Paris
Etudiants du département des disciplines vocales du Conservatoire de Paris
Ingrid Roose, conducting
Marc Korovitch, conducting
Camille Bauer, soprano
Solène Laurent, mezzo
Benoît Rameau, tenor
Lysandre Chalon, bass
Anne Le Bozec, piano
Flore Merlin, piano

Ingrid Roose, the new deputy conductor of the Orchestre de Paris Choir, delivers a concert this evening in which two pillars of choral singing dialogue with rarities of the repertoire. A passionately romantic program.

The Liebesliederwalzer are to choral music what Brahms' symphonies are to the orchestra: a cornerstone of the repertoire that every choir must defend. At the premiere, Brahms himself and Clara Schumann, his long-time partner, played the piano part. The connection with Schumann does not end here: with its frequent oppositions between male and female groups, and its intimate or abruptly passionate colours, it is reminiscent of Schumann's Spanisches Liederspiel.

Little known in France, Wilhelm Stenhammar is nevertheless one of the leading Swedish composers of his generation. The poetic inspiration of these Two Poems of Levertin, instilling a note of solitude and introspection, is close to German romanticism.

 

Karina-Canellakis

Salle des concerts - Cité de la musique

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Porte de Pantin station
M5 Paris Underground (Métro) Line 5 3B Tram 3B
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221 avenue Jean-Jaurès, 75019 Paris

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