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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Monaco

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January 2020
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Monte-CarloInaugural concert: French music of the late 19th century

Ohana, Chausson
Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo; Kazuki Yamada; Véronique Gens; Olivier Baumont

Monte-CarloFrench music of the late 19th century

Aubert, Ferroud, Samazeuilh, Decaux
Aline Piboule, Piano

Monte-Carlo18th century French music in the late 19th century

Takemitsu, Rebel, Leclair, Boulez, Maresz
Patrick Cohën-Akenine; Les Folies Françoises; Hae-Sun Kang; Olivier Baumont

Monte-CarloFrench music of the late 19th century

Pécou, Saint-Saëns, Chausson
Modigliani Quartet; Sayaka Shoji; Nicholas Angelich; Olivier Baumont

Monte-CarloFrench harpsichord music no. 1

Chambonnieres, Couperin, Rameau, Balbastre
Olivier Baumont, Harpsichord
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Three concertos for the price of one in Monte-Carlo

Renaud Capuçon, Péter Eötvös and the BBCSO © Alain Hanel
Renaud Capuçon shines in Bartók's two Violin Concertos, together with a strong Concerto for Orchestra from the BBCSO and Péter Eötvös, at the Festival Printemps des Arts de Monte-Carlo.
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From bandoneon to Beethoven in Belle Époque splendour

Quatuor Renaud Capuçon © Alain Hanel
Intriguing and theatrical Kagel, followed by rich Beethoven from the Quatuor Renaud Capuçon in the opulent Opéra de Monte-Carlo.
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All the rage: the Signum Quartet in Monte-Carlo

Signum Quartet © JM Emportes
Energy and rage in Beethoven and van Dijk from the Signum Quartet at the Festival Printemps des Arts de Monte-Carlo.
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Erwin Schrott embrase La Damnation de Faust à Monte-Carlo

Erwin Schrott © Alain Hanel
Le baryton-basse incarne un parfait Méphistophélès au sein d'une distribution de luxe. Kazuki Yamada dirige un Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo très équilibré.
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La consécration d’Elias à Monte-Carlo

Kazuki Yamada © Marco Borggreve
Le splendide oratorio de Mendelssohn était donné pour la première fois dans la Principauté. Retour sur une soirée pleine de succès – malgré les faiblesses du rôle-titre.
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