Tuesday, March 21, 2017

C' EST BAROQUE ! 21 mars 2017 : 24 heures de concerts baroques à voir et à revoir

Pour la journée européenne de la musique ancienne, Culturebox vous propose de découvrir le meilleur de la musique baroque pendant 24 heures...
A voir et à revoir pendant plusieurs mois !

De Bach à Vivaldi, en passant par Haendel, vibrez devant un grand choix de concerts, d’opéras et d’extraits sélectionnés avec soin et interprétés par des musiciens de renommée internationale et de jeunes talents émergents.


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Friday, December 23, 2016

Thursday, December 22, 2016

Thomas Hengelbrock conducts Bach's Magnificat

Bach's Magnificat was written for Christmas Day 1723, to celebrate Mary's joy after the Annunciation. Mendelssohn's Vom Himmel Hoch also celebrates the birth of Christ, in a style that references Bach's. Thomas Hengelbrock traces affinities between both composers: a passion for moral song, the divine, Christ, and light.

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Saturday, November 5, 2016

Saturday, October 8, 2016

Sunday, August 21, 2016

Mario Lanza Torna a Surriento

Born Alfred Arnold Cocozza in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, he was exposed to classical singing at an early age by his Abruzzese-Molisan Italian parents. His mother, Maria Lanza, was from Tocco da Casauria a province of Pescara in the region of Abruzzo. His father, Antonio Cocozza, was from the town of Filignano a province of Isernia in the region of Molise. By age 16, his vocal talent had become apparent. Starting out in local operatic productions in Philadelphia for the YMCA Opera Company while still in his teens, he later came to the attention of longtime (1924–49) principal Boston Symphony conductor Serge Koussevitzky. In 1942, Koussevitzky provided young Cocozza with a full student scholarship to the Berkshire Music Center at Tanglewood, Massachusetts. Reportedly, Koussevitzky would later tell him, "Yours is a voice such as is heard once in a hundred years."[8]