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«Joyce DiDonato: Eden»

04.03.2022 20:00,

Grand Auditorium

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il Pomo d’Oro
Maxim Emelyanychev direction
Joyce DiDonato direction artistique, mezzo-soprano
Manuel Palazzo comédie
Marie Lambert-Le Bihan mise en scène
John Torres création lumière

Charles Ives: The Unanswered Question
Rachel Portman: The First Morning of the World
Gustav Mahler: «Ich atmet' einen linden Duft» (Sieben Lieder aus letzter Zeit N° 4/Rückert-Lied N° 2)
Marco Uccellini: Ozio regio op. 7: Sinfonia terza a cinque stromenti
Biagio Marini: «Natività di Cristo» (Scherzi e canzonette a una, e due voci)
Josef Mysliveček: «Togliero le sponde al Mare» (Adamo ed Eva)
Aaron Copland: «Nature, the gentlest mother» (Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson)
Giovanni Valentini: Sonata a 4 «enharmonica»
Christoph Willibald Gluck: Orphée et Eurydice (Orpheus und Eurydice): Danza degli spettri e delle furie

Following an intimate song recital in October and the Handel oratorio Theodora, Joyce DiDonato completes her residency at the Philharmonie on March 4 with «Eden», a musical stroll through a very personal garden of delights, where compositions by Gluck, Mahler, Wagner and other composers flourish, but also a new work by Rachel Portman commissioned by the singer. The evening also offers an opportunity to reencounter Maxim Emelyanychev and his ensemble il pomo d’oro, which accompanies the vocalist in discovering nature’s beauty and joins her in questioning the role of humankind within the environment.

This concert takes place under the CovidCheck 3G regulations (vaccinated, recovered or tested negative) for visitors aged 12 years and 2 months and up. You must wear a facemask for your entire stay at the Philharmonie, including for the duration of the concert, if you are over the age of 6. For further information, click here

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