Christophe, the iconic French songster who passed away in April 2020, is celebrated in all his glory with this grand tribute concert in his honour. Artists from his inner circle take to the stage to revisit his legendary repertoire.
Announcing the second edition of La Maestra, the international competition for female conductors, an event aimed at fighting the inequality still faced by women in the music world.
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Analysis of the great works of the repertoire, musical tales for children, a trip to the Amazon... discover our podcast series.
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A child of classicism and an archetype of four-part writing, the string quartet, born more than 250 years ago, has crossed eras and borders. From Joseph Haydn, considered its founding father, to the present day, let’s have a look at its history through ten iconic masterpieces.
The Philharmonie de Paris pays tribute to Philippe Manoury on the occasion of his 70th birthday. Discover two of his scores inspired by painting – Francis Bacon for Fragments pour un portrait, Albrecht Dürer for Melencolia – and his Partita I, for viola and electronics.
If Brahms was regarded in his time as the defender of academic music, the richness of his work goes far beyond. Without any desire to break with the history of music, Brahms succeeded in reconciling tradition and innovation, in bringing out the originality of classical forms. This selection of concerts, in which you will find his symphonies, chamber music and A German Requiem, will prove it.
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