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Alberto Posadas, "Trayectorias"

Trayectorias (from the cycle Poética del espacio) proposes the experience of a dynamic space where the work is shaped by the spatial, temporal and frequency displacement of the sound.

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Philippe Hersant, "Sous la pluie de feu"

On 16th November, the Orchestre philharmonique de Radio France will premiere Philippe Hersant’s double concerto for violin and cello, Sous la pluie de feu, conducted by Pascal Rophé.

 

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Philippe Hersant, "Tristia"

A promising meeting in Perm. On one side, Philippe Hersant, whose language is free of any label in order to emphasize a humanistic approach; on the other side, Teodor Currentzis, one of the most singular conductors of these days, who is bringing about a revolution as much with Rameau as with Tchaïkovski. Both artists meet with "Tristia": Philippe Hersant based his work on texts by French and Russian inmates. A heart touching diving, where choral writing play on a wide range of influences.

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Sivan Eldar, Heave

The work of the young American composer Sivan Eldar, trained at UC Berkeley and IRCAM, is increasingly part of the best European seasons, where its sensitive and poetic aesthetic encounters the tastes of a large and varied public.
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Benjamin Attahir, La Femme fendue

At the crossroads of Eastern and Western musical traditions as well as ancient and contemporary repertoires, the unique work of Benjamin Attahir opens up fascinating perspectives that are recognised and appreciated during the biggest musical seasons.
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Philippe Manoury, Saccades

It is natural that Philippe Manoury, the author of a body of exceptional lyrics, allows his dramatic writing to also guide the composition of this concerto.
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