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192 min
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La Maestra

Répétition générale de la finale du concours international de cheffes d'orchestre
Recorded the September 18, 2020 (Grande salle Pierre Boulez - Philharmonie)

Program

1.
Présentation
Emmanuel Hondré
03:25
2.
Stephanie Childress : Répétition de Was Beethoven African?
Fabio Vacchi
26:42
3.
Stephanie Childress : Répétition du Finale de la Symphonie no 3 en mi bémol majeur "Eroica" op. 55
Ludwig van Beethoven
22:39
4.
Stephanie Childress : Répétition de Allegro assai, extrait de Divertimento Sz 113
Béla Bartók
15:56
5.
Rebecca Tong : Répétition de Was Beethoven African?
Fabio Vacchi
18:49
6.
Rebecca Tong : Répétition de Allegro assai, extrait de Divertimento Sz 113
Béla Bartók
18:12
7.
Rebecca Tong : Répétition du Finale de la Symphonie no 3 en mi bémol majeur "Eroica" op. 55
Ludwig van Beethoven
22:50
8.
Lina Gonzalez-Granados : Répétition de Allegro assai, extrait de Divertimento Sz 113
Béla Bartók
15:31
9.
Lina Gonzalez-Granados : Répétition de Was Beethoven African?
Fabio Vacchi
21:54
10.
Lina Gonzalez-Granados : Répétition de Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune
Claude Debussy
26:22
Watch the dress rehearsal and the final round of the La Maestra Competition, organised by the Paris Mozart Orchestra and the Philharmonie de Paris.
With this new competition, the Paris Mozart Orchestra (conducted by Claire Gibault) and the Philharmonie de Paris provide a high profile platform and shine the brightest of lights on the outstanding talents of the many women conductors who are too often denied the visibility they deserve. They offer younger generations inspiring role models and encourage a new confidence in true vocational choices. They call upon programmers and musical institutions worldwide to grasp the Zeitgeist and draw upon a pool of talents more representative of society’s diversity.

Aimed at gifted professionals under 40 years of age, La Mestra showcases 12 candidates of the highest calibre, from all over the world. The winners of the competition will benefit from two years of professional accompaniment in the form of an Academy. The repertoire for each stage of the competition includes masterworks from the 18th to the 20th century, as well as a new commission, in order to highlight each candidate’s artistic individuality.

In partnership with

Distribution

Stephanie Childress
Rebecca Tong
Lina Gonzalez-Granados
Paris Mozart Orchestra

Composers - Authors

Béla Bartók
Claude Debussy
Fabio Vacchi
Ludwig van Beethoven