- Saturday October 29 and Sunday October 30 – Mahler’s “Resurrection”: Mahler’s second “Resurrection” Symphony is a world-symphony, which speaks to us of terror and faith like many of the composer’s scores. With the Radio France Philharmonic Orchestra / Mikko Franck
- Wednesday, November 9 – Virtuoso Rachmaninoff: This concert will feature four works premiered in the United States, including two works by Rachmaninoff: the Rhapsody on a theme of Paganini and the Symphonic dances. With Kirill Gerstein (piano); Philharmonic Orchestra of Radio France / Stéphane Denève.
- Thursday November 17 – Mozart Concerto by Maxim Vengerov: Between two Hungarian scores (the Dances of Galanta of Kodalu and concerto for orchestra by Bartók, Maxim Vengerov will play the last of the violin concertos by Mozart, who was still, in 1775, only a young man of nineteen. With the National Orchestra of France / Christian Macelaru, in the great hall Pierre Boulez, Philharmonie de Paris 8 p.m.
- Saturday November 19 – Renaud Capucon and Pablo Heras-Casado: This concert will allow you to hear an unknown concerto: that of Karl Goldmark (1830-1915), born three years before Brahms, died four years after Mahler. Renaud Capuçon will play this work full of reminiscences of Hungarian popular music, but also of Mendelssohn and Dvořák. With the Philharmonic Orchestra of Radio France which will be conducted by Pablo Heras-Casado.
- Sunday November 20 – A German Requiem by Brahms – A German Requiem, a vast meditation on the future of man in the afterlife, rather than a mass for the dead, will be given here under the direction of the new musical director of the Choeur de Radio France in the two-piano version (Tanguy de Williencourt and Goeffroy Couteau) which was created in 1871 in London. By the choir of Radio France / Lionel Sow at 4 p.m.
- Thursday, November 24 – Ravel, Scriabin and Franck – One of the last lights of this year Franck (200 years of his birth), the Symphony in D minor is favorable to celebrate the event, here in the company of two magicians of the orchestra: Ravel, who was always fascinated by the world of tales and childhood; and Scriabin, mystical composer whose Daniil Trifonov will play the flamboyant Piano Concerto. With the National Orchestra of France / Christian Macelaru
- Friday, November 25 – Patricia Kopatchinskaya / Maxim Pascal – As part of the Festival d’Automne à Paris, this concert offers great scores by Ligeti, notably by the flamboyant violinist Patricia Kopatchinskaya, and a French premiere, then the famous Adagio from Symponie No. 10 (unfinished) by Mahler. With the National Orchestra of France / Maxim Pascal
- Friday, December 9 – Mahler’s Symphony No. 9 by Myung-Whun Chung: The 9e of Mahler with the Orchester Philharmonique de Radio France by its former artistic director Myung-Whun Chung, one cannot hope for better. In the Grande salle Pierre Boulez, Philharmonie de Paris at 8 p.m.
- Thursday December 15 – Bach’s Christmas Oratorio by Vaclav Luks: Founder of Collegium 1704, Václav Luks lets us hear here the first three of the cantatas that make up theChristmas oratorio, which successively evoke the birth of Christ, the announcement to the shepherds and the adoration of the shepherds. With the choir of Radio France & Orchester national de France.
- Tuesday, December 20 – Wild Swans: The 3e concert of “Chorus Line”, a series devoted to choral music, is given in collaboration with Eric Ruf of the Comédie-Française in Wild Swans, score by Carl Reinecke (died the same year as Mahler), inspired by a tale by Andersen. In the first part, pages for choir by Schubert. With the choir of Radio France / Lionel Sow.
- Friday 30 and Saturday 31 December – Offenbach! To end the year in a good mood, Patricia Petibon and Cyrille Dubois sing, under the direction of Enrique Mazzola, spirited tunes by Offenbach. With the National Orchestra of France
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