Dmitri Hvorostovsky Festival: Juan Diego Florez in Recital

Juan Diego Florez at the Dmitri Hvorostovsky Festival 2019.
  • Al McKay´s Earth, Wind & Fire Experience

    Built around legendary Earth, Wind & Fire guitarist, Al McKay, and a group of the best studio and road musicians Los Angeles has to offer, this project is aptly named "Al McKay´s Earth, Wind & Fire Experience".

  • Camille and Julie Berthollet

    For this exceptional recital at the Theatre des Champs-Elysees, Camille and Julie Berthollet are accompanied by the pianist Guillaume Vincent and the Ensemble Appassionato, directedby Mathieu Herzog.

  • Coppélia

    A sparkling tale of magic and mischief, Coppéliahas everything a good story ballet should: enchantment, romance and sumptuous costumes. Performed by The Australian Ballet. Music performed by Opera Australia Orchestra.

  • Dmitri Hvorostovsky Festival: Juan Diego Florez in Recital

    Juan Diego Florez at the Dmitri Hvorostovsky Festival 2019.

  • Gala Concert from Monte Carlo

    The Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo has been invited to perform at the inner courtyard of the PrinceÔs Palace in Monaco. It is a magical place, where a wonderful atmosphere meets remarkable acoustics, making it a dream come true for all music lovers. The OPMC perform under the baton of their renowned chief conductor Kazuki Yamada.

  • Galaxymphony

    A spectacular concert experience, recorded live at the DR Concert Hall in Copenhagen. Featuring David Bateson

  • Getting to the Nutcracker

    Every Christmas season, The Nutcracker Ballet is performed in cities all over the world. What does it really take to produce this ballet each year? Our documentary film, Getting to The Nutcracker, takes you inside the Herculean effort involved in gathering the resources, assembling the volunteers, casting the dancers, rehearsing and staging the performances of this classic ballet.

  • Giuseppe Verdi: Falstaff

    Sir John Falstaff is an anarchist who obeys only the reign of his own enjoyment, an egoist who feeds only his power-hunger and his own flesh, and who would prefer to raze the small-minded morals of his contemporaries like the walls of a fortress.

  • Graeme Murphy's Romeo & Juliet

    Romeo and Juliet is perhaps the greatest love story ever told, told by one of Australia’s greatest storytellers. Traversing time and place, the ballet follows ‘a feisty girl and a feisty boy who are willing to take a stand for their love.’

  • Horatio Alger Concert: George Perris Live From The Allen Room

    (2004) International recording artist and Horatio Alger Ambassador George Perris performs songs from his record, "Picture This”, live from the Allen Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York.

  • La Bohème

    La Bohème is one of the most frequently performed and most loved operas ever since its premiere in Turin, in 1896. Valeria Sepe stars as the tragic Mimì and Kang Wang is her jealous lover, the poet, Rodolfo. Julie Lea Goodwin and Samuel Dundas are the on-again, off-again lovers Musetta and Marcello. With over 100 performers on stage for the crowd scenes, conductor Tahu Matheson is at the helm of a spectacular production.

  • La Traviata: Opera on Sydney Harbour

    Violetta Valery is the most famous party girl in Paris. The famed courtesan falls in love with the dashing young Alfredo Germont against her better judgement, but their relationship is doomed on two counts: her illness, and society’s moral views of a courtesan’s place within the world.

  • Listen to the World: The Musical Instrument Museum

    An exclusive look at the creation of the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, Arizona, which houses some of the most obscure instruments the world has known and explores the ways music can universally rouse emotion and soothe the soul.

  • Madama Butterfly: Opera on Sydney Harbour

    Pinkerton arrives in Japan and inspects a house overlooking the harbour that he is leasing from the marriage broker, Goro. Goro finds him a Japanese bride, CioCioSan. It’s clearly a financial transaction, but on their wedding night their eyes meet & magic happens. Butterfly considers herself married forever, but Pinkerton doesn’t. Pinkerton returns to the US and finds an American wife, while Butterfly waits his return. Years later he returns and is surprised to find Butterfly has borne him a son

  • Martha Argerich & Lahav Shani in Tel Aviv

    Martha Argerich & Lahav Shani meet the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra in Tel Aviv Piano legend Martha Argerich lends her ample virtuosity to RavelÕs concerto in G, and the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra under Lahav Shani performs StravinskyÕsÉ

  • Morricone Duel

    The Wild West meets the soulful sound of Italy. Fearless New York gangsters meet cowboys from the dusty prairie. Godfather meets Taxi Driver. And the magic of cinema meets the rich sound of a first-class symphony orchestra.

  • Music at the Louvre

    The program is like an anthology of the music that the conductor Vincent Dumestre has been surrounded by since his earliest beginnings – Lully, Charpentier, Moulinié and Cavalli. Indicative Cast: ADÈLE CHARVET, SOPRANO, LE POÈME HARMONIQUE.

  • Rebels on Pointe

    Rebels on Pointe is the first film ever made about the world famout Ballet Trockadero de Monte Carlo. The New York based drag ballet company, commonly knows as the Trocks, is made up of professional gay dancers, who all play both feminine and male roles in classical ballet pieces.

  • Rio Cantoria

    Paula Lavigne invites musicians and singers to her home overlooking Ipanema Beach. Songs spill out, in the style of a roda de samba. Among the performers are Nelson Sargento and singer Alcione. They reprise the samba and Música popular Brasileira hits.

  • Snow Queen (2020)

    Redondo Ballet’s production of Snow Queen, based on Hans Christian Anderson’s tale, cements their story around the deep friendship of Rudie and Pearl that sends Rudie on an adventurous and thrilling odyssey.

  • Snow Queen (2022)

    Redondo Ballet’s production of Snow Queen, based on Hans Christian Anderson’s tale, cements their story around the deep friendship of Rudie and Pearl that sends Rudie on an adventurous and thrilling odyssey.

  • The Australian Ballet: The Merry Widow

    Step into the ballrooms of Fin de siècle Paris, and delight in Robert Helpmann and Ronald Hynd’s light-hearted production of The Merry Widow – filled with tangled affairs, narrow misses and jealous lovers.

  • The Nutcracker by Kader Belarbi

    A modern and magical reinterpretation of The Nutcracker by the choreographer Kader Belarbi, well served by the talented dancers of Toulouse’s Ballet du Capitole, as well as the spectacular costumes and sets.

  • Through the Pages

    Redondo Ballet, following all safety protocols, has been keeping dancers artistically engaged and dancing during the pandemic.

  • Through the Pages, a Fairytale Ballet with Bite!

    Redondo Ballet's production of Through the Pages is about fairy tales, but with bite! Brought to life opulently: Warrior Princess, Scheherazade & Arabian Tales, Pied Piper, The Frog Prince, The Little Pigs and more for an intensely entertaining experience.

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