Filmed at the historic Down Cathedral in Downpatrick. The concert merges sacred music, traditional Irish instruments and music from the Irish diaspora, with choirs from as far as Santa Barbara and also local Irish musicians.
Stefano Demicheli conducts the Ensemble Talenti Vulcanici and soloists Nicola Cianncio (bass) and Catherine Jones (cello) in a varied baroque music program, recorded at Chiesa di Santa Caterina da Seina in Naples, Italy.
Between March and May 2020, Schinkel Pavillon Berlin opened its unexpectedly vacated exhibition space for a concert series in isolation. As part of this series, Israeli pianist Iddo Bar-Shaï performs several excerpts from François Couperin.
This concert may be called a meeting of musical giants: Manfred Honeck conducts the Berlin Philharmonic while cellist Yo-Yo Ma features as soloist. Success guaranteed when these artists take the stage..
Exploring stories through the eyes of musicians, professors and musicologists. It portrays extraordinary composers who were active in the cultural city of Vienna and deserve the label of genius.
Flautist Ana de la Vega and oboist Ramón Ortega Quero performed at the Palais Lichtenau in the German city of Potsdam on 9 April 2020 without an audience because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
This concert is the result of the collaboration between the Giuseppe Nicolini Conservatory of Piacenza and the Giuseppe Verdi of Milan. On the programme are works by the Dutch conductor and composer Johan de Meij.
Johann Sebastian Bach's Sonata for Violin and Harpsichord No. 3 BWV 1016 belongs to a group of sonatas composed before 1975, probably during the composer's tenure as Kapellmeister at Köthen.
Soprano Jacquelyn Wagner and pianist Zlata Chochieva performed live at Schinkel Pavillon in Berlin on May 8, 2020. On the program are Richard Wagner's Wesendonck Lieder, WWV 91 and Elegy for piano..
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 proceeded his piano studies at the...
Sir Simon Rattle and the London Symphony Orchestra perform Berlioz's "La Damnation de Faust."
Soviet-born conductor Semyon Bychkov leads the Czech Philharmonic in a concert featuring works by Bohuslav Martinů, Maurice Ravel and Henri Dutilleux, recorded at the Rudolfinum, Dvořák Hall, Prague in 2020.
French master pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard performs excerpts from Bach's 'The Art of Fugue', Carter's 'Matribute', 'Two Diversions' and 'Caténaires', George Benjamin's 'Shadowlines' and Beethoven's Piano Sonata No. 31, at the Akademie der Schönen Künste in Munich.
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.
Barbara Hannigan conducts the Mahler Chamber Orchestra in a concert recorded at the Lucerne Festival of 2014. There are pianists who also conduct, and concert masters who lead their orchestra from the violin desk, but.
Featuring discussions about Ludwig van Beethoven's 'Symphony No. 5'.
Emmanuelle Haim conducts Le Concert d'Astrée in a rendition of G. F. Handel's two-part oratorio Il Trionfo del Tempo e del Disinganno.
Every year, the European Concert is hosted by the Berlin Philharmonic in a famous concert hall or on a special location. The 1993 concert was performed at the magnificent Royal Albert Hall in London, which the Dutch conductor Bernard Haitink starts with Tchaikovsky's `Fantasy Overture' from Roméo...
The wild and breathtaking scenery of Austria's Roman Quarry of St. Margarethen provides an ideal and unique backdrop for this live and colourful open-air performance of Georges Bizet's opera Carmen (1875). With over 400 participants, this opulent staging of Bizet's famous opera - one of the most ...
Claudio Abbado conducts the Símon Bolívar Youth Orchestra at the Lucerne Easter Festival in Switzerland in 2010. The ensemble accompanies the young and talented Austrian soprano, Anna Prohaska.
The lives and works of Robert Schumann and Johannes Brahms. Both were born into well-to-do families and unlike Mozart, the vaudeville-style tour as a child prodigy was refused for the young Brahms.
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.
Philippe Jaroussky sings Bach and Telemann in a portrait of a very special vocalist, and of two exceptional composers.