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La vie éternelle
2 Feb2020

La vie éternelle

GRANDE SAISON
Season 19/20
Gianluigi GELMETTI, Conductor
S. DALLA BENETTA, N. SURGULADZE, C. VENTRE
R. ZANELLATO, Chorus Parma Opera

VERDI
De Goethe à Baudelaire
1 Mar2020

De Goethe à Baudelaire

GRANDE SAISON - RÉCITAL
Season 19/20
Marie-Nicole LEMIEUX, Contralto
Daniel BLUMENTHAL, Piano

SCHUMANN, SCHUBERT, BEETHOVEN, HENSEL-MENDELSSOHN ...
Gala des Amis de l’Orchestre
20 Mar2020

Gala des Amis de l’Orchestre

GALA DES AMIS DE L’ORCHESTRE
Season 19/20
Philippe BÉRAN, Conductor
Nicola BELLER CARBONE, Soprano

RANDALL
Sur un ton festif
3 May2020

Sur un ton festif

GRANDE SAISON
Season 19/20
Bernard LABADIE, Conductor
Andreas STAIER, Piano

KRAUS, MOZART, HAYDN
Récital Hélène Grimaud
17 May2020

Récital Hélène Grimaud

GRANDE SAISON
Season 19/20
Hélène GRIMAUD, Piano
SILVESTROV, DEBUSSY, SATIE, CHOPIN, SCHUMANN
Origines
31 May2020

Origines

GRANDE SAISON
Season 19/20
Charles DUTOIT, Conductor
Gautier CAPUÇON, Cello

DE SABATA, ELGAR, SAINT-SAËNS
Diable blanc, Ange noir
7 Jun2020

Diable blanc, Ange noir

GRANDE SAISON
Season 19/20
Hubert SOUDANT, Conductor
Thierry AMADI, Cello

HAYDN, SCHUBERT
Beethoven 2020
12 Jun2020

Beethoven 2020

GRANDE SAISON
Season 19/20
Kazuki YAMADA, Conductor
Krystian ZIMERMAN, Piano

BEETHOVEN
Beethoven 2020
13 Jun2020

Beethoven 2020

GRANDE SAISON
Season 19/20
Kazuki YAMADA, Conductor
Krystian ZIMERMAN, Piano

BEETHOVEN
Beethoven 2020
14 Jun2020

Beethoven 2020

GRANDE SAISON
Season 19/20
Kazuki YAMADA, Conductor
Krystian ZIMERMAN, Piano

BEETHOVEN
Trio Goldberg
11 Feb2020

Trio Goldberg

MUSICAL HAPPY HOUR
Season 19/20
Trio Goldberg
BEETHOVEN
Cacherto-Grosso
9 Apr2020

Cacherto-Grosso

MUSICAL HAPPY HOUR
Season 19/20
A. GUERCHOVITCH, A. URCAN, S TIMOFEEVA
T. AMADI, V. AUDARD, C. ROSSI

ACHRON, POLLACK, DINICU...
Les Vents du Sud
5 May2020

Les Vents du Sud

MUSICAL HAPPY HOUR
Season 19/20
R. TRUCHOT BARRAYA, M. BLOCH,
M-B. BARRIERE-BILOTE, A. MENRATH, P. PEIGNIER

RAMEAU, GEBAUER, RAVEL, ESCAICH
Musique de chambre
16 Jun2020

Musique de chambre

MUSICAL HAPPY HOUR
Season 19/20
S. DUCHESNE CORNATON, G-B. ERMACORA,
F. MEREAUX, T. LEROY, S. STECKELER

DEBUSSY, CHAUSSON, CAPLET
Autour de la famille Bach
12 Apr2020

Autour de la famille Bach

SPIRITUAL CONCERT
Season 19/20
Peter SZÜTS, Conductor
Delphine HUEBER, Flute

BACH
Free admission
Pierre et le loup
8 Apr2020

Pierre et le loup

YOUNG PUBLIC
Season 19/20
Philippe BÉRAN, Conductor
Joan MOMPART, Narrator

PROGRAM CHANGE
CHOSTAKOVITCH, PROKOFIEV
Printemps des Arts
13 Mar2020

Printemps des Arts

DANS LE CADRE DU FESTIVAL PRINTEMPS DES ARTS DE MONTE-CARLO
Season 19/20
Kazuki YAMADA, Conductor
Véronique GENS, Soprano

CHAUSSON
Printemps des Arts
5 Apr2020

Printemps des Arts

DANS LE CADRE DU FESTIVAL PRINTEMPS DES ARTS DE MONTE-CARLO
Season 19/20
Susanna MÄLKKI, Conductor
Vincent LHERMET, Accordion

MESSIAEN, PESSON, MAGNARD
Laurel et Hardy en folie !
9 Feb2020

Laurel et Hardy en folie !

FAIMLY MOVIE CONCERT
Season 19/20
Paul LAY, Piano
Concert at the Prince’s Palace
16 Jul2020

Concert at the Prince’s Palace

CONCERT AT THE PRINCE'S PALACE
Season 19/20
Simone YOUNG, Conductor
LISZT, MAHLER
Unavailable online sale
Concert at the Prince’s Palace
19 Jul2020

Concert at the Prince’s Palace

CONCERT AT THE PRINCE'S PALACE
Season 19/20
Otto TAUSK, Conductor
Khatia BUNIATISHVILI, Piano

DVOŘÁK, LISZT
Unavailable online sale
Concert at the Prince’s Palace
26 Jul2020

Concert at the Prince’s Palace

CONCERT AT THE PRINCE'S PALACE
Season 19/20
Andrey BOREYKO, Conductor
Stephen HOUGH, Piano

GLAZOUNOV
Unavailable online sale
Concert at the Prince’s Palace
2 Aug2020

Concert at the Prince’s Palace

CONCERT AT THE PRINCE'S PALACE
Season 19/20
Juraj VALČUHA, Conductor
Maxim VENGEROV, Violin

MENDELSSOHN, PROKOFIEV
Unavailable online sale
Concert at the Prince’s Palace
6 Aug2020

Concert at the Prince’s Palace

CONCERT AT THE PRINCE'S PALACE
Season 19/20
Kazuki YAMADA, Conductor
Simon TRPČESKI, Piano

RACHMANINOV, DE FALLA
Unavailable online sale
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Alexander Vedernikov, conductor

Alexander Vedernikov will join the Royal Danish Opera as Chief Conductor Designate in the season 17/18, taking the role of Chief Conductor from September 2018.  Currently Chief Conductor of the Odense Symphony Orchestra in Denmark, Alexander has brought this orchestra to a new level of international recognition and is currently working on a three-year project to perform Wagner’s Ring Cycle in concert.

 

Alexander Vedernikov was Music Director and Chief Conductor of the Bolshoi Theatre from 2001 until 2009 and has been credited with rebuilding the Bolshoi Theatre’s historical reputation for artistic excellence, conducting Mussorgsky’s Khovanshchina and Boris Godunov (a new production in the original Mussorgsky orchestration), Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin, Puccini’s Turandot, Prokofiev’s Cinderella, War and Peace and The Fiery Angel, Leonid Desyatnikov’s The Children of Rosenthal (world premiere, commissioned by the Bolshoi Theatre), Wagner’s The Flying Dutchman, Glinka’s Ruslan and Ludmilla, and Cilea’s Adriana Lecouvreur. Under his direction, the orchestra of the Bolshoi toured extensively, including a season of opera and ballet at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden in 2006 (including The Fiery Angel and Boris Godunov), where the orchestra in particular was singled out for its exceptional playing.  Opera and symphonic performances at La Scala were equally successful.

 

As a guest conductor, Vedernikov works regularly with Orchestre de Paris, NHK Symphony, Netherlands Radio Philharmonic, City of Birmingham Symphony, Orchestra della Svizzera Italiana, Netherlands Philharmonic, Orchestra Verdi Milan, London Philharmonic, Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, Gothenburg Symphony, Danish National Symphony, Bergen Philharmonic and the Czech Philharmonic. He has worked extensively with the BBC Symphony Orchestra to perform a broad range of repertoire, including Prokfiev’s 3rd Symphony at the Proms, a newly created version of Mahler’s Das Knaben Wunderhorn by Detlev Glanert with Dietrich Henschel and works from Haydn and Brahms to Schinttke, Tippett and John Adams. He has also conducted the Sydney Symphony, Bayerischer Rundfunk, China Philharmonic, Staatskapelle Dresden, Montreal Symphony, RTE Orchestra, Tokyo Philharmonic, National Symphony Orchestra in Washington DC.

 

In the field of opera, Alexander Vedernikov has frequently conducted at Berlin’s Komische Oper, and has worked throughout Italy at La Scala in Milan, La Fenice in Venice, Teatro Comunale in Bologna, Teatro Regio in Turin and Opera di Roma.  He has conducted productions at the Metropolitan Opera in New York, the Bastille Opera in Paris, the Finnish National Opera, Zurich Opera, Frankfurt Opera and Royal Stockholm Opera as well as the Danish National Opera.

 

Alexander completed his musical studies at the Moscow Conservatory in 1990 and from 1988-90, he worked at Moscow’s Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Music Theatre.  From 1988-95, he was assistant to the chief conductor and second conductor of the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra (formerly Gosteleradio’s Bolshoi Symphony Orchestra), whom he accompanied on many tours in Russia, Austria, Germany, Greece, Turkey and Great Britain.  In 1995, he founded the Russian Philharmonia Symphony Orchestra and was Artistic Director and Chief Conductor of this orchestra until 2004.  He has conducted Russia’s State Symphony Orchestra and the Academic Symphony Orchestra of the St Petersburg Philharmonic.  Sinc’ 2003, he has been a member of the conductors’ collegium of the Russian National Orchestra, with whom he has toured in France, Germany and the United States.  In January 2004, as part of the Russian National Orchestra’s tour of nine cities, Alexander Vedernikov made his debut at Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Centre, Washington.

 

Russia’s great institutions of music and t tre and their distinctive traditions have played a decisive role in shaping Alexander Vedernikov’s artistry father, also named Alexander, was famed throughout the Soviet Union and beyond for his interpretations of in many ways. The conductor, born in Moscow on 11 January 1964, was raised in a musical family. His such roles as dunov and Kutuzov in Prokofiev’s War and Peace; his mother, Natalia Gureyeva was a professor of organ at the MoBoris Goscow Conservatory.  His deep commitment to Russian repertoire reaches far beyond the central range of romantic and 20th-century masterworks by Musorgsky, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov, Prokofiev and Shostakovich. He is a tireless champion of the work of Georgy Sviridov, Mieczysław Weinberg and Boris Tchaikovsky and has also cast fresh interpretive light on substantial compositions by Taneyev and Glinka.

REVIEW

``… But the lion’s share of the praise goes to the orchestra and conductor Alexander Vedernikov. Exhilarating from beginning to end, his was an interpretation full of controlled ecstasy and exquisitely blended colours.``
Hannah Nepil - Financial Times
Hannah Nepil - Financial Times

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