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Performer: Orchestre National de France

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ParisSymphonie « Nouveau Monde »

Chausson, Dvořák
Orchestre National de France; Emmanuel Krivine; Clémentine Margaine

Saint-DenisLégendes du Nord – Neeme Järvi

Sibelius: Kullervo, Op.7
Orchestre National de France; Neeme Järvi; Monika-Evelin Liiv; Rauno Elp; Choeur de Radio France; Estonian National Male Choir

ParisSymphonie n°5 de Beethoven

Orchestre National de France; Emmanuel Krivine; Christian Tetzlaff

ParisConcerto d'Aranjuez, Cañizares / Pons

Falla, Rodrigo, Turina
Orchestre National de France; Josep Pons; Juan Manuel Cañizares

ParisAlbéniz Suite Espagnole, Alondra de La Parra

Falla, Albéniz, Lavista, Revueltas
Orchestre National de France; Alondra de la Parra; Andrei Korobeinikov
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A colourful journey with Igor Levit and the ONF

Igor Levit © Robbie Lawrence
With Alain Altinoglu at the podium, the programme of works by Beethoven, Ravel and Stravinsky showed off Levit's lightness and freshness and brought out the excitement of fairytales.
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A rapturous Tristan und Isolde in Paris

At the basic level Tristan und Isolde is an opera of hormones, not happenings; fathoms deeper it explores human experience at a point where sense is dumb and flesh retires – as close to heaven and hell as it’s possible to go without first having to die.
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From pulpit to fairground: a fête à la française

Paris in the springtime: cold winds, driving rain and even a flurry of snow. Tonight, courtesy of Debussy’s Printemps, something a little more seasonal raised the temperature.
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Il trovatore at Chorégies d'Orange

Les Chorégies d'Orange present a new production of Verdi's Il trovatore with mixed results.
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Prokofjew zwischen Romantik und Impressionismus mit Julia Fischer

Julia Fischer © Uwe Arens
Neben Prokofjews Erstem Violinkonzert glitzerte das Orchestre National de France unter Lionel Bringuier in Debussy und Rimsky-Korsakow.
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