A dark and flamboyant Mahler – WebThéâtre :: News about shows, theatre, opera, music, dance – Paris

A dark and flamboyant Mahler – WebTheatre News about

OF ALL NEW INTERPRETATION of a famous work from the repertoire, whether choreographic, theatrical, lyrical or symphonic, we always want it more or less explicitly to impose itself on us as an event, or at least to have the power to re-enchant our familiarity with the work in question, even if we most often nurture … Read more

Four reasons to come to Roubaix for the We loft music festival

1673557805 Four reasons to come to Roubaix for the We loft

The fourth edition of the We Loft music festival, which combines musical discoveries with beautiful heritage sites, takes place from January 19 to 29 in Roubaix. 2 Because you can make musical discoveries there The Hay babies will be at the Ateliers Jouret in Roubaix on Sunday 22 January. DR PHOTO The bias of the … Read more

Christmas in music, sweetness and humility

The detonating Silence of Falk Richter

The gold of the stuccoes powders in the chiaroscuro. The audience in the Royal Chapel at Versailles holds their breath. “Schlafe, mein Liebster, genie of the Ruh’” (‘ Sleep, my darling, enjoy your rest “), sings the countertenor Hugh Cutting, in a suave dialogue with the wind instruments. On this Sunday in December, John Eliot … Read more

What music in films and series to discover the week of November 23, 2022?

What music in films and series to discover the week

EXITS AT THE MOVIE THEATER OUR SELECTION OF THE WEEK WHAT TO SEE AT THE CINEMA FOR FILMS AND THEIR MUSIC ORIGINAL : Nicholas Britell meets Maria Schrader on this forensic biopic about the revelations behind the #Metoo movement with a dissonant cello (performed by Caitlin Sullivan) and delicate piano befitting the gravity of the … Read more

Christmas music: the icing on the log!

Christmas music the icing on the log

On December 15, the Orchester National de France will fervently celebrate theChristmas Oratorio of Bach. A nugget among the masterpieces linked to the Nativity. If the mere mention of the month of December already makes some people salivate, it’s because the time has come to listen to the musical anthology that surrounds the Nativity celebrations. … Read more

Christine and the Queens becomes Redcar: change of name, known and daring chorus in music

The detonating Silence of Falk Richter

“While I was working so hard and alone (…) the red cars (red cars in English) that passed punctuated each of my beautiful thoughts“, writes the artist in his notes of intentions. Do not call her Christine and the Queens anymore but Redcar. The artist, who therefore now genders himself in the masculine, entrusts on … Read more

Redcar, Cat Stevens, David Bowie… Changing names in music, an assumed risk-taking

Redcar Cat Stevens David Bowie Changing names in music an

Christine & the Queens, then Chris, then Redcar… Artists sometimes risk a lot by changing their stage name. The history of music is nonetheless dotted with celebrities who have used this process. Don’t call her Christine and the Queens anymore, but Redcar: changing the artist name in the song is a common exercise, from Prince … Read more

Music, cinema, theatre: a week full of culture | Le Petit Paume

Music cinema theatre a week full of culture Le

Monday 7: Village life, gourmet tasting at Food Traboule Image source: Food Traboule ‍ Woooow it Food Traboule comes back to treat us with a tasting of 22 Cotes du Rhone Named Villages in the company of genius winegrowers who knew how to help Mother Nature produce the best she has. To wash it all … Read more