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Autour de l’opéra occitan Daphnis et Alcimadure

Lecture ,  Classical music in Montauban

  • Les pastilles baroque by Jean-Marc Andrieu Digital event - Musical conference around the Occitan opera Daphnis et Alcimadure de Mondonville. On the eve of the reopening of the theaters, the Les Passions orchestra invites you to discover the recording made on March 4 behind closed doors at the Municipal Theater of Béziers. Under the direction of Jean-Marc Andrieu, Les Passions takes you on a discovery of the unique Occitan opera Daphnis et Alcimadure, composed by Jean-Joseph Cassanéa de...
    Les pastilles baroque by Jean-Marc Andrieu Digital event - Musical conference around the Occitan opera Daphnis et Alcimadure de Mondonville. On the eve of the reopening of the theaters, the Les Passions orchestra invites you to discover the recording made on March 4 behind closed doors at the Municipal Theater of Béziers. Under the direction of Jean-Marc Andrieu, Les Passions takes you on a discovery of the unique Occitan opera Daphnis et Alcimadure, composed by Jean-Joseph Cassanéa de Mondonville for Louis XV. In the form of a musical conference, you will be able to listen to a selection of excerpts from the opera, accompanied by explanations by the musicians, and hear through the voices of Muriel Batbie-Castell and François-Nicolas Geslot express all the musicality and the nobility of the Occitan language. College students from Vauvert and Béziers had the privilege of tasting it, in preview, during meetings organized by the CIRDOC - Institut occitan de cultura. On May 18, you will be able, like them, to rediscover with wonder one of the most vivid illustrations of the creativity of a thousand years of culture. Performed by a chamber group: Muriel Batbie-Castell (top: Alcimadure) François-Nicolas Geslot (high-cons: Daphnis) Flavio Losco (violin) Etienne Mangot (cello) Yvan Garcia (harpsichord) Jean-Marc Andrieu (recorders) and management) >>> Practical information: Digital event offered on the event's Facebook page (“Discussion” tab): https://www.facebook.com/events/291069109293789 Free admission.
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  • On May 18, 2021 at 6:30 PM