Calendar of premieres for June

Calendar of premieres for June

The great violist Tabea Zimmermann, icon of a generation of artists, will receive the Ernst von Siemens Musikstiftung Prize on June 15. She really wanted this presentation to be the setting for the premiere of Georges Aperghis’ Migrants-Aria, for solo viola and ensemble. A world premiere performed by Ensemble Resonanz conducted by Emilio Pomarico whose path has also crossed with talent for years that of the composer. To be continued on screen - emotion guaranteed!

Le Premier Cercle, the famous opera by Gilbert Amy, returns on June 2 and 4 at the Opéra de Massy with this game of redistricting and rearranging, like its inspiration, the no less famous eponymous novel by Alexandre Soljenitsyne of which we know how many it has been the object of transformations over the course of its multiple editions. Reoriented from its initial version of 1999 on a few essential protagonists, the theatrical action will focus on the “very first” circle of the concentration camp environment so particular to the dark years of Stalinism. A hymn to interior freedom and human rights to be discovered


Gilbert Amy - Le Premier Cercle (Scènes de la Charachka)
for 4 solo voices, comedians & ensemble
2 and 4 June 2021
Opéra de Massy
Ensemble Court-Circuit
Bastien Rimondi, Nerjine
Brenda Poupard, Simotchka
Franck Lopez, Roubine / Sologdine
Marianne Croux, Nadia
Laurent Manzoni, A supervisor / Klimentiev
Lukas Hemleb, stagging
Julien Leroy, conductor
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Georges Aperghis - Migrants-Aria
for viola & ensemble
World premiere : 15 June 2021
Prinzregentheater Munich
Ensemble Resonanz
Tabea Zimmermann, viola

Emilio Pomarico, conductor

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Éric Tanguy - Trio
For string quartet & orchestra
Trio Sōra



Eric Tanguy - Incanto
For orchestra
Orchestre de Paris
Quentin Hindley, conductor



Pascal Dusapin - Penthesilea (concert version)
Philharmonie de Paris
Orchestre de Paris
Chœur de chambre Accentus
Georg Nigl, Achilles
Christel Loetzsch, Penthesilea
Marisol Montalvo, Prothoe
Davone Tynes, Odyssus
Noa Frenkel, Oberpriesterin
Thierry Coduys, electroacoustic device
Richard Wilbeforce, choir conductor
Ariane Matiakh,


Gilbert Amy © Alvaro Yañez
Georges Aperghis © Astrid Ackerman