In commemoration of the end of World War I, France and the Czech Republic offered the Pope a concert at the Basilica of St John Lateran in Rome, 25 October 25 2018. Czech musicologist Václav Luks conducts the choir and orchestra of his own Collegium.
Fabio Luisi conducts the Danish National Symphony Orchestra in a performance of Strauss' Horn Concerto No. 1. This work is one of the most popular and frequently performed horn concertos written in the 19th century, and the first orchestral piece the composer wrote for the instrument.
Over the course of eleven days in August 2020, the French town of Rocamadour hosted the fifteenth edition of Festival de Rocamadour, a music festival dedicated to sacred music from the classical, baroque, and romantic periods.
A look at the training and professional growth necessary for opera singers, the promotion and enhancement of the cultural offers of the city and province of Modena, and the maintenance and development of the Modenese.
Christoph Eschenbach conducts the Orchestre de Paris in a rendition of Mahler's Symphony No. 4.
Between March and May 2020, Schinkel Pavillon Berlin opened its unexpectedly vacated exhibition space for a concert series in isolation. Cellist Gabriel Schwabe and pianist Nicholas Rimmer perform Franz Schubert's `Arpeggione Sonata', and more.
This documentary by Christoph Keller follows various participants and teachers participating in the International Summer Piano Academy.
Lorenz Nasturica-Herschcowici conducts the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra. Recorded at the Philharmonie in Gasteig, Munich 2016.
Sir Simon Rattle conducts the Berliner Philharmonic during the 2008 edition of the Europakonzert, held in the renowned hall of the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow. The first edition of the Europakonzert was in 1991, and since then, the founding of the Berlin Philharmonic on 1 May in 1882 is an...
Andris Nelsons, together with his then-wife, the great soprano Kristine Opolais and the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig present a program dedicated to Antonin Dvořák, singing the melodies that the composer hid in all layers.
For the 2016 edition of the Waldbühne, the Georgian violinist Lisa Batiashvili and the Québécois conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin join the Berliner Philharmoniker for a beautiful concert.
A portrait of a very special vocalist, and of two exceptional composers. When Philippe Jaroussky, whose angelic voice seems almost timeless, not belonging to any one epoque or decade, sings works by Telemann and Bach, it becomes abundantly clear that the sheer emotional force and the purifying po...
The Valerius Ensemble, consisting of Robert Windak (violin), Michael Rein (violin), Eva Šušlíková (viola), Judith Chapman (cello) and Ingo Lylofs (piano) played a concert in Muziekcentrum Enschede on April 15, 2018.
Fabio Luisi conducts the Danish National Symphony Orchestra in a performance of two great works. Paganini's Violin Concerto No. 1 is paired with Brahms' dramatic symphonic debut, Symphony No. 1.
The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra celebrates the 75th anniversary of its founding and its eventful history against the backdrop of Israel and the Holocaust.
Italian pianist Riccardo Schwartz was born in Milan in 1986, and completed his studies at the Conservatorio of Milan as a student of acclaimed musicians such as Riccardo Risaliti, Leonardo Leonardi and Annibale Rebaudengo. He graduated with Honourable Mention and continued his piano studies at th...
Musical critics from North America, Europe, and Russia praise Nalchik-born pianist Misha Fomin for his subtlety of touch and phrasing. He graduated cum laude from the Gnessin's Russian Academy of Music, Moscow.
Fabio Luisi conducts the Danish National Symphony Orchestra in this powerful performance taken from the 150th Anniversary celebrations of Denmark's national composer, Carl Nielsen. Alongside Nielsen's inscrutably ironic Symphony No. 6, this performance features world-renowned French pianist Lise ...
Cellist Gabriel Schwabe and pianist Nicholas Rimmer perform Franz Schubert's Arpeggione Sonata, D. 821 and Camille Saint-Saëns' Swan from the Carnival of the Animals at the Schinkel Pavillon in Berlin.
`Das Rheingold' is the prologue to Wagner's Ring Cycle, and opens up the rich world of gods, dwarves, giants, dragons and humans that the story inhabits.
On the occasion of Claude Debussy's 150th anniversary, Jean-Claude Casadesus conducts the Orchestre National de Lille and choir of the Opéra de Lille in a concert fully dedicated to the French impressionistic composer.
Originally from Azerbaijan, Seljan Nasibli started to play the piano and violin at the age of five. After moving to England at an early age, she was encouraged to pick up music and chose to sing jazz before training classically.
Modest Mussorgsky composed `Pictures at an Exhibition' to commemorate the death of his friend and painter Viktor Hartmann. A recurrent promenade theme guides the audience along on a tour of Hartmann's paintings.
A portrait of a very special vocalist and of two exceptional composers. When Philippe Jaroussky, whose angelic voice seems almost timeless and not belonging to any one epoque or decade, sings works by Telemann and Bach.