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6:10
Amaury faye Trio Amaury Faye, piano Louis Navarro, double bass Théo Lanau, percussion In keeping with the big piano trios and Big Moe Trio (in 2010), perfected from his Toulouse kingdom, the new project from Amaury Faye tells his story. He takes inspiration from artists on the contemporary New York scene and the latest trends in European jazz. Amaury Faye went to study at Berklee College in Boston with pianist Joanne Brackeen (Stan Getz, Dexter Gordon) and Tia Fuller (Joe Lovano) in 2014. The pianist is a member of the Toulouse-based Initiative H alongside his trio. Their repertoire includes original tracks and cool covers. There's a blend of improvisation and writing, virtuosity and finesse, lyricism and undulating beats (e.g. on the Fender Rhodes). Faye is one to watch on the international piano scene and famous for his talents as both a soloist and composer. Amaury Faye, Louis Navarro and Théo Lanau put the heritage of the past into fuelling the future. Recorded on 2017, July 13th at the Jazz Festival in Vienne TV Director, Nicolas Micha
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6:50
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7:55
Plan B. Documentary about Teodor Currentzis MusicaEterna Recorded on 2020 TV Director, Sergey Nurmamed
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8:30
Musica terna, Teodor Currentzis (Conductor) Zarina Abaeva (soprano), Eve-Maud Hubeaux (mezzo-soprano), Dmytro Popov (tenor), Tareq Nazmi (bass) Giussepe Verdi (1813 - 1901) Messa da Requiem Recorded 12 April 2019, San Marco, Milano TV Director, François-René Martin
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10:05
Orchestre National de France, Emmanuel Krivine (Conductor) Martha Argerich (piano) Boris Blacher (1903 - 1975) Variations on a Theme by Paganini Maurice Ravel (1875 - 1937) Piano Concerto in G Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov (1844 - 1908) Sheherazade Recorded on October 5, 2017 at the Auditorium de la Maison de la Radio, Paris TV Director, Olivier Simonnet
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11:45
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12:30
Lady Quartet Rhoda Scott (organ), Airelle Besson (trumpet), Lisa Cat-Berro (saxophone alto), Géraldine Laurent (saxophone alto) Sophie Alour (Saxophone tenor) Julie Saury (drums) Special guest Bernard Purdie (drums) Since 2004, the organist Rhoda Scott has been at the helm (sparked by an idea from Jazz Vienne) of the torrid and well-named Lady Quartet, in the company of her Amazons Lisa Cat-Berro, Julie Saury and Sophie Alour. As euphoric and punchy as her young companions in the heat of the action, Rhoda Scott is one of the few still to use the pedals on her Hammond organ. Hence her nickname, 'the barefoot organist' (or 'the absolute toe' in the words of Luigi Trussardi!). After helping to raise the temperature in French jazz venues for the past 50 years, Lady Scott will be celebrating her eightieth birthday this year. She'll be blowing out the boogie candles and setting the gospel cake and soulful chorus on fire. The organist is the daughter of a travelling pastor from New Jersey and grew up in religious communities. She graduated with a master's degree from the Manhattan School of Music and set off for France to complete her studies with Nadia Boulanger. Back in New York, she began by playing with Count Basie. But then she decided to try her luck in Paris, where she arrived right in the month of May 1968. Featuring original compositions and covers ranging from Trenet to Wayne Shorter, 'We Free Queens' (2017), with the title proudly adapted from 'We Free Kings' by Roland Kirk, was recorded live. For Vienne a Lady All-Stars is billed, with Airelle Besson (trumpet), Géraldine Laurent (tenor saxophone) and Anne Pacéo (drums), plus the drummer Bernard Purdie. Recorded on July 3, 2018 at the Festival Jazz Vienne TV Director, Fabien Raymond
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13:30
Monty Alexander, piano Born in Jamaca on D-Day- a sign of destiny - Monty Alexander rapidly left his native country for the United States. In New York, he regularly accompanied Frank Sinatra and performed in the jazz clubs of Manhattan (including the famous Minton's which was the birthplace of bebop) where Duke Ellington, Count Basie and Miles Davies did not miss a chance of hearing him play. After more than fifty years of a career crowned with collaborations with Tony Bennett, Nathalie Cole, Clint Eastwood, Dizzy Gillespie, Sonny Rollins, Quincy Jones, Ernest Ranglin and Barbara Hendricks the pianist travelled around the globe thrilling audiences with his vibrant personality, which communicated an original musical message, in which the heady beat of reggae is mixed with the contagious rocking of swing. Recorded on November 23, 2018 at the Seine Musicale TV director, Julien Faustino
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14:30
Cory Henry & the Funk Apostles Jazz Vienne 2016 With Cory Henry (keyboards, vocals) Andrew Bailey (guitar), Erin Jakemore (percussions), Cleon Edwards (drums), Sharay Reed (bass), Nick Simrod (keyboards) Recorded on July, 13th 2016 at the Théâtre Antique TV direction by Eric Michaud
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15:52
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16:30
Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute) Singspiel by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791) Libretto by Emmanuel Schikaneder First performance in Vienna, Theater auf der Wieden, 30 September 1791 Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Ryan Wigglesworth (Conductor) The Glyndebourne Chorus Barbe & Doucet (Stage Direction, Sets) Patrick Martel (Puppet Designer), Guy Simard (Lighting Designer) David Portillo (Tamino) Esther Dierkes (First Lady) Marta Fontanals-Simmons (Second Lady) Katharina Magiera (Third Lady) Björn Bürger (Papageno) Caroline Wettergreen (Queen of the Night) Jörg Schneider (Monostatos) Sofia Fomina (Pamina) Michael Kraus (Speaker) Brindley Sherratt (Sarastro) Thomas Atkins (Second Priest and First Man in Armour) Martin Snell (First Priest and Second Man in Armour) Alison Rose (Papagena) Puppeteers Richard Booth, Mikey Brett, Ashleigh Cheadle, Jack Parker, Ben Thompson, Scarlet Wilderink Recorded at the Glyndebourne Festival, 1 August 2019 Directed by François Roussillon
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19:30
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20:30
Budapest Festival Orchestra, Iván Fischer (Conductor) Richard Goode (piano) Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No 1 in C major, op 21 Concerto for piano No 4 in G major, op. 58 Symphony no. 5 in C minor, op. 67 Recorded on January 27th and 29th 2017 at the Béla Bartók National Concert Hall, Budapest Directd by Christian Leblé
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22:31
Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich, Lionel Bringuier (Conductor) Martin Grubinger (Percussions) Igor Stravinsky (1882 - 1971) The Rite of Spring Avner Dorman (b. 1975) Frozen in Time Recorded on September 14, 2016 at the Tonhalle, Zürich Directed by Sébastien Glas
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23:46
An Evening with Avishai Cohen INSO-Lviv Orchestra Christian Schumann, Conductor Avishai Cohen, Double bass and vocals Omri Mor, Piano Noam David, Percussion Avishai Cohen is an Israeli jazz bassist, double bass player, composer and arranger who gained fame when he became a member of Chick Corea's band Origin. He has also performed with such stars as Daniel Perez, Bobby McFerrin, Jeff 'Tain' Watts, Jeff Ballard, Roy Hargrove, Herbie Hancock, Paquito D'Rivera and many others. Avishai has recorded 15 albums. Chick Corea considers him 'a genius musician', and Bass Player magazine named him one of the 100 most influential bassists of the 20th century. Moreover, Avishai is also an amazing singer. With support from the Embassy of Israel to Ukraine, Avishai will perform together with the INSO-Lviv Academic Symphony Orchestra. The artistic director of the orchestra, which was founded in 1998, is a People's Artist of Ukraine, legendary composer Myroslav Skoryk. The orchestra has won several awards, including a Radio Swiss Classic Love Award, a Golden Disc from Franz Xaver Mozart Klavierkonzerte and others. The performance with Avishai will be a new jazz experience for INSO-Lviv, following the orchestra's collaboration with composer and pianist Vadim Neselovskyi. Recorded on 2017, June 24th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg
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1:15
Keziah Jones Keziah Jones, vocal, guitar Joel Grant, bass Joshua McKenzie, percussion Keziah Jones was born into a wealthy family in 1968 in Lagos, Nigeria. He was sent to school in England at the age of 8 and he taught himself to play the piano and guitar in London. He gradually created a stunning rhythmic blend of smooth funk, Hendrix-style psychedelia, pure Ikeja reggae and Yoruba harmonies. He called it BluFunk. Keziah Jones hung out English pubs in central London before heading to Paris where he was spotted in the underground in 1991. The album Blufunk Is a Fact and the track Rhythm is Love were international hits. After venturing through the desert of the mid-90s, he struck gold in 2003 with his fourth album Black Orpheus then the unstoppable Nigerian Wood (2008). Keziah completed an ambitious double album in 2013 flitting between Los Angeles, Spain and his kingdoms in London and Lagos. The dandy fighter is well and truly back to win over his audience. Recorded on 2017, July 13th at the Jazz Festival in Vienne TV Director, Nicolas Micha
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2:30
Amaury faye Trio Amaury Faye, piano Louis Navarro, double bass Théo Lanau, percussion In keeping with the big piano trios and Big Moe Trio (in 2010), perfected from his Toulouse kingdom, the new project from Amaury Faye tells his story. He takes inspiration from artists on the contemporary New York scene and the latest trends in European jazz. Amaury Faye went to study at Berklee College in Boston with pianist Joanne Brackeen (Stan Getz, Dexter Gordon) and Tia Fuller (Joe Lovano) in 2014. The pianist is a member of the Toulouse-based Initiative H alongside his trio. Their repertoire includes original tracks and cool covers. There's a blend of improvisation and writing, virtuosity and finesse, lyricism and undulating beats (e.g. on the Fender Rhodes). Faye is one to watch on the international piano scene and famous for his talents as both a soloist and composer. Amaury Faye, Louis Navarro and Théo Lanau put the heritage of the past into fuelling the future. Recorded on 2017, July 13th at the Jazz Festival in Vienne TV Director, Nicolas Micha
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3:05
We Love Ella The Amazing Keystone Big Band Bastien Ballaz, Alo s Benoit, Lo c Bacheveillier, Sylvain Thomas (trombones) Jon Boutellier, Pierre Desassis, Kenny Jeanney, Eric Prost, Ghyslain Regard (saxophones) David Enhco, Thierry Sénéau, Vincent Labarre, Félicien Bouchot (trumpets) Fred Nardin (piano), François Thibaut (Guitar) Patrick Maradan (Double Bass) Romain Sarron (Drums) Guests Célia Kaméni (vocal) China Moses (vocal) Sarah McKenzie (vocal, piano) The Amazing Keystone Big Band loves Ella and pays more than a simple vibrant homage to she who loved big bands so much (she sang with those of Chick Weeb, Duke Ellington and Count Basie)and identified with the same vein as the one of the same name that the PBS Radio had with Jon Faddis, James Moody, Lizz Wright, Patti Austin. The guest singer, Célia Kaméni, does not attempt either to compete with or to imitate, that would be impossible anyway, the first lady of song gets to grips with her world in order to sing it better. And it works perfectly, and it has to be said that the orchestra is absolutely irreproachable with its waves of intensity, its stresses, an expressive clarity which gives it a very lare range of expression. It's all there, the phrasing, the accents, the rhythm, the groove, the drive this swing, this je ne sais quoi between individual liberty and collective happiness, put simply..Jazz! Recorded on March 23, 2019 at the Salle Pleyel TV Director,Laurent Hasse
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4:00
China Moses China Moses, vocals Luigi Grasso, saxophone, keyboard Joe Armon Jones, piano Neil Charles, bass Marijus Aleksa, drums China Moses is an outstanding American vocalist and the daughter of the famous jazz singer Dee Dee Bridgewater (the headliner at the fourth Alfa Jazz Fest) and Gilbert Moses. She was born in Los Angeles and later moved to Paris. She released her first single, 'Time' (1996), at the age of 16. Her first albums brought her success and fame in France on the soul and pop scene. In addition to her career as a singer and backing vocalist, she also works as a host at Radio Nova and MTV in France. In 2008, she launched her own production company, MadeInChina Productions. In 2009, she released an album called This One's for Dinah (Blue Note France), a tribute to Dinah Washington. Her next album, Crazy Blues, was named by British newspaper The Times as one of the top 100 albums of 2013. At the end of March 2017, she released her long-awaited new album, Nightintales. China co-hosted and sang at the first UNESCO International Jazz Day in Paris, and she also often performs concerts for US UNESCO. Recorded on 2017, June 25th at the Leopolis Jazz Fest, Ukraine TV Director, Amos Rozenberg
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5:05
Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah Christian Scott, trumpet, Reverse Flugel, Sirenette Lawrence Fields, piano and keyboard Max Moran (b) Mike Mitchell, percussion Elena Pinderhughes, flute Weedie Braimah, drums 27 year old Christian Scott embodies the new generation of New Orleans trumpeters, a seminal dynasty that started with the legendary King Oliver and Louis Armstrong and continued with Wynton Marsalis, Terence Blanchard and Nicholas Payton. The trumpeter trained at Berklee College of Music in Boston and his warm tone and unusual round notes are instantly recognisable. After working with McCoy Tyner, Prince, Marcus Miller, Eddie Palmieri, Mos Def, Thom Yorke and Solange Knowles, the musician from Crescent City is now the pin-up boy for jazz fusion. His grandfather is the iconic Big Chief Donald Harrison Sr. who managed four tribes of Black Indians (Christian actually started out in one in 1989). The Louisiana trumpeter's sound straddles hip hop, soul and jazz and he appeared a decade ago with the album Rewind That (2006). He was hit by the full force of Hurricane Katrina and devoted his next record (Anthem, 2007) to portraying the human and cultural disaster. After Live at Newport, he recorded Yesterday You Said Tomorrow in 2010 inspired by the 60s groovy jazz played by artists on the Blue Note record label. Christian Scott is one of a long line of Louisiana artists who have been reinventing jazz music for over a century. Recorded on 2017, June 30th at the Vienne Jazz Festival TV Director, Fabien Raymond
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O stacji Mezzo

Telewizja Mezzo

Mezzo to francuska stacja telewizyjna skupiająca się na światowej muzyce klasycznej, jazzie i tańcu. Promowana hasłem „Muzyka dla Twoich oczu”, łączy w sobie wrażenia płynące z doskonałego brzmienia i oglądanych występów. Mezzo przenosi widzów do najbardziej prestiżowych sal koncertowych, na deski scen operowych i baletowych oraz w świat znakomitych festiwali muzycznych. W ramówce kanału znajdują się zarówno krótkie klipy, jak i pełnometrażowe przedstawienia prezentujące twórczość legendarnych artystów i nowo odkrytych talentów. Pasmo uzupełniane jest muzycznymi programami i filmami dokumentalnymi. Telewizja Mezzo nadaje swój program przez całą dobę, siedem dni w tygodniu.

Historia telewizji Mezzo

Telewizja Mezzo została założona w 1992 roku przez francuską publiczną grupę mediową France Télévisions. Do roku 1998 nosiła nazwę France Supervision. W 2001 roku Mezzo połączyła się z francuskim kanałem muzycznym Muzzik, zachowując swoją nazwę. Logo stacji składa się z czerwonego napisu „mezzo” ze stylizowaną literą „m”. Siostrzaną stacją telewizji Mezzo jest Mezzo Live HD – kanał nadawany od kwietnia 2010 roku.

Oficjalna siedziba stacji znajduje się w Paryżu we Francji. Obecnym właścicielem jest francuska telewizja publiczna oraz francuska spółka mediowa Grupa Canal+. Aktualnie stacja dociera aż do blisko 60 milionowej widowni i jest dostępna w ponad 80 krajach na całym świecie – w tym w krajach Skandynawskich, w Portugalii, Rosji czy w Polsce.

Od samego początku telewizja Mezzo poświęcona była promocji muzyki klasycznej, jazzu i tańca wśród szerszej widowni. Zamysłem było dotarcie nie tylko do zaprawionych melomanów, ale także osób rozpoczynających przygodę z muzyką poważną. Oferta kanału składa się z programów w różnym formacie. Repertuar obejmuje różne gatunki i formy sztuki klasycznej – m.in. operę, balet, koncerty symfoniczne, jazzowe czy recitalie. Krótko- i pełnometrażowe występy nadawane są w blokach. Przeplatane są programem muzycznym „ InterMezzo ”.

Gdzie można oglądać telewizję Mezzo?

Telewizja Mezzo dostępna jest w Polsce w wybranych sieciach kablowych oraz na największych platformach – Polsat Box i Canal+.

Stacje telewizyjne powiązane z Mezzo

Od roku 2010 oferta nadawcy została rozszerzona o kanał Mezzo Live HD. Emitowane są na nim wyłącznie programy w jakości HD, w tym koncerty i spektakle na żywo z największych scen lirycznych, festiwali klasycznych i jazzowych oraz koncertów z całego świata.

Więcej o telewizji Mezzo

Telewizja Mezzo posiada własną stronę internetową www.mezzo.tv w francuskiej i angielskiej wersji językowej. Prezentowane są na niej nie tylko zapowiedzi transmitowanych spektakli i koncertów, ale też rekomendacje muzyczne, literackie, filmowe czy festiwalowe. Aktualności na temat ramówki i nadchodzących wydarzeń muzycznych umieszczane są na bieżąco również na social mediach stacji, takich jak Facebook, Twitter i Instagram.

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