Opening with a special event in honour of Betsy Jolas, whose new work the Orchestre de Paris has the privilege of premiering, the concert continues with Mahler, immersing us in an existential dialectic between joy and distress, finitude and resurrection.
Jane Birkin offers a stunning demonstration of her artistry on Oh ! Pardon tu dormais…, her new studio album (adapted from her eponymous play) which she performs here live accompanied by her collaborator on the album, Étienne Daho.
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Echoing the exhibition Fela Anikulapo-Kuti, Afrobeat rebellion held at the Cité de la musique, Fela’s music is celebrated and extended onstage by his heirs - her son Femi and grandson Mádé.
Born in the Baroque era, the violin concerto enjoyed a golden age during the Romantic period and in the first half of the 20th century. Hear these great works in concert, from Beethoven to Berg or Prokofiev.
The piano in all its forms: from solo recital to concertos, this selection features the great pianists of our time in masterpieces, from Bach to the twentieth century.
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