Agenda

“Night of Kings, Schubert” with Accentus and Insula Orchestra, under Laurence Equilbey, directed by Antonin Baudry. Soloists: Ric Furman, Rachel Frankel, Alexandre Duhamel, Rafał Pawnuk, Marie-Adeline Henry, Adèle Clermont. 

May 18, 19 & 20, 2021 @8.30pm – Auditorium de La Seine Musicale, Boulogne-Billancourt -> VIDEO BROADCAST

May 23 & 24 @8pm – Elbphilharmonie, Hamburg (Allemagne) CANCELED

 

“Figures humaines : lyrical creation with works by Rameau” with Ensemble Pygmalion, under Raphël Pichon, directed by Gregory Caers. Soloists: Mélissa Petit, Mari Eriksmoen, Reinoud van Mechelen, Nahuel Di Pierro.

June 17 to 20, 2021 - Opéra National de Bordeaux - CANCELED (Covid-19)

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Un Opéra Modeste, radiophonic work for chamber ensemble”. Interprets : Myriam Pruvot (conception, writing, composition), Ellen Giacone, Jean-Bapiste Veyret-Logérias, Valérie Leclercq, Estelle Saignes Tilbury.

Saturday, April 24, 2021 – Maison communale de Plainpalais, Genève (CH)
within Festival Archipel
Video of the performance available on YouTube (5:52:04)

 

“Solemn Mass, Schubert” with Accentus and the Orchestra of the Opéra de Rouen, under Laurence Equilbey. Soloists: Louise Kemény (soprano), Victoire Bunel (alto), Linard Vrielin (tenor), Samuel Hasselhorn / Martin Winchkler (bass).


March 31 & April 1, 2021 – Auditorium de La Seine Musicale, Boulogne-Billancourt CANCELED
April 15 – Opéra de Rouen VIDEO LIVE BROADCAST

 

“Monteverdi : madrigals, from profane to sacred with les Arts Florissants, under Paul Agnew. Singers: Ellen Giacone, Maud Gnidzaz and Juliette Perret (soprani), Marine Chagnon (mezzo-soprano), Mélodie Ruvio (alto), Marcio Soares Holanda, Nicholas Scott et Bastien Rimondi (tenors), Matthieu Walendzik et Cyril Costanzo (basses). Organ : Florian Carré.

February 23, 2021 – Auditorio Nacional de Musica, Madrid (Espagne)
February 17, 2021 – Cité de la Musique, Philharmonie de Paris

Replay available on Philharmonie Live

 


“Orphée et Eurydice, Glück”
 with Ensemble Pygmalion, under Raphaël Pichon, directed by Aurélien Bory. Soloists : Jess Dandy (Orphée), Hélène Guilmette (Eurydice), Lea Desandre (Amour).

 

February 23 & 25, 2021 – Grand Théâtre, Luxembourg
March 5 & 7 – Opéra Royal, Versailles
March 16 & 17 – Théâtre de Caen
C
ANCELED (Covid-19)

 

“Poulenc/Britten/Villette : works for a cappella choir” with Accentus, under Stephen Layton.

February 7, 2021 – Théâtre Lisieux-Normandie, Lisieux
February 9 – Chapelle Corneille, Rouen
February 10 – Auditorium de La Seine Musicale, Boulogne
February 14 – La Soufflerie, Rezé
CANCELED (Covid-19)

 

 

“Mein Traum, the inner voice: Schubert, Schumann and Weber” with Ensemble Pygmalion, under Raphaël Pichon. Soloist : Stéphane Degout.

Monday, December 14, 2020 – Philharmonie de Paris
Replay available on Philharmonie Live

 

“Le visage nuptial, Pierre Boulez” with Accentus, Latvian Radio Choir and L’Orchestre de Paris, under Ludovic Morlot. Soloists: Pierre-Laurent Aimard (piano), Audrey Luna (soprano), Aude Extrémo (mezzo-soprano).

January 20 & 21, 2021 – Philharmonie de Paris
C
ANCELED and replaced by…

“Soleil des eaux and other works by Pierre Boulez” with Accentus and Orchestre de Paris, under Klaus Mäkelä. Soloists: Pierre-Laurent Aimard (piano), Christel Loetzsch (soprano).

20January 20, 2021 – Philharmonie de Paris
Replay available on Philharmonie Live

(until 20/01/2022)

 

 

“Rachmaninov: Vespers, op. 37″ with Compagnie La Tempête, under Simon-Pierre Bestion.

Friday, December 11, 2020 – Imperial Theater, Compiègne
CANCELED (Covid-19)

 

 

“Beethoven’s 9th Symphony” with Accentus and Insula Orchestra, under Laurence Equilbey. Soloist: Camille Schnoor (soprano), Okka van der Damerau (alto), Benjamin Bruns (tenor), Günther Groissböck (bass).


December, 3 & 4, 2020 – Auditorium de La Seine Musicale, Boulogne
Concerts canceled but video replay available on Medici.tv on December 15, 2020 

 

“Penthesilea, Pascal Dusapin” with Accentus and Orchestre de Paris, under Ariane MatiakhSoloists : Christel Loetzsch (Penthesilea), Georg Nigl (Achilles), Marisol Montalvo (Prothoe), Paul Gay (Odysseus), Noa Frenkel (Oberpriesterin).

 

“Hippolyte et Aricie, Jean-Philippe Rameau” with Ensemble Pygmalion, under Raphaël Pichon, directed by Jeanne Candel. Soloists : Reinoud van Mechelen, Elsa Benoit, Sylvie Brunet-Grupposo, Stéphane Degout, Séraphine Cotrez, Arnaud Richard, Eugénie Lefebvre, Lea Desandre.

Shows canceled but live video replay on Arte Concert and France Musique

 

 

“In nomine lucis”, composed by Pascal Dusapin for female choir a cappella, for pantheonization of Maurice Genevoix. Recorded by Accentus (solo Ellen Giacone).

Watch the ceremony that took place on November, 11, 2020 – Panthéon, Paris
(cf musical excerpts @15min10 and 45min10)

 

“I Put a Spell on You – Body & Soul Consort :  residency and concert 
Ellen Giacone, voice et artistic director / Srdjan Berdovic, archlute et composition  / Krzysztof Lewandowski, cornetto and bass guitar / Adrien Alix, double bass and viola da gamba / Srdjan Ivanovic, percussions

Friday, October 23, 2020 – Cité de la Voix, Vézelay

A warmful thank you to all the contributors of our crowdfunding campain, who enabled us to record Body & Soul Consort’s first album called “I Put a Spell on You” during this residency ! The album will be released in Spring 2020. 

 

“Femenine, Julius Eastman” avec Grand Ensemble AUM & Ensemble 0

September 27, 2020 – Cité de la musique et de la danse, Strasbourg (Festival Musica)

 

“Ethos : medieval music, 8 singers a cappella” with Compagnie La Tempête, under Simon-Pierre Bestion. Singers: Ellen Giacone, Aline Quentin, Myriam Jarmache, Clotilde Cantau, Samuel Zattoni-Rouffy, Marco van Baaren, Maxime Saiu, Adrien Bâty.

September, 13, 2020 – Noirlac Abbey

“Immersions  : a cappella choral fresco” with Ensemble Pygmalion, under Raphaël Pichon.

July 30 & 31, 2020 - Bassin de Lumières, BordeauxFestival Pulsations
August, 2 – Church of St Avit Senieur
August, 4 – Lessay Abbey


“Rhinemaidens: Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Wagner for female choir”
with Ensemble Pygmalion under Raphaël Pichon.

May 28, 2020 – Royal theatre, Compiègne

CANCELED (Covid-19)

 

Mozart C minor Mass” with Ensemble Pygmalion under Rahaël Pichon.

May 5, 2020 – Philharmonie de Paris
May 10 – Auditorium de Lyon
May 11 – Auditorium Giovanni Agnelli, Turin
May 12 – Royal Chapel, Versailles
July, 27 - Festival Radio-France, Montpellier
July, 29 & 30 - Salzburger Festspiele
CANCELED (Covid-19) 

 

“Hymns of praise: J.S Bach, C.P.E. Bach, F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy”, with Pygmalion and Wrocław Baroque Orchestra, under Raphaël Pichon. 

April, 13, 2020 – ICE, Cracow
within Misteria Paschalia Festival
CANCELED (Covid-19)

 

“Maria Vespers, Claudio Monteverdi” with Ensemble Pygmalion, under Raphaël Pichon.
March 21 to 29, – Park Avenue Armory, New York (USA)
CANCELED (Covid-19)

 


“Playlist” with Ensemble Perspectives
 (5 voices a cappella), under Geoffroy Heurard

February, 26, 2020 – Frech Consulate, Jeddah, Saoudi Arabia 

 



“Mozart, Symphony n° 39 & Beethoven, C Major Mass
op. 86″ with Accentus and Insula Orchestra, under Duncan Ward.

January, 23, 2020 – Auditorium de La Seine Musicale, Boulogne-Billancourt

 

“Beethoven : Symphony n° 6 Pastorale, C Major Mass op. 86 (extracts), Piano concerto n° 4Symphony n° 5, Piano Fantaisie op. 77 and Choral Fantaisie ” with Accentus and Wiener Symphoniker, under Philippe Jordan. Soloist : Nicholas Angelich (piano).

January, 18, 2020 – Philharmonie de Paris

 

“Fosse : an underground opera, for solo soprano, solo cello solo, chorus, 12 cellos, 6 pianos, percussions and electric guitars”, by Christian Boltanski, Jean Kalman and Franck Krawczyk, with Accentus. Soloists : Karen Vourc’h (soprano) et Sonia Wieder-Atherton (cello).

January 10, 11 and 12, 2020 – Centre Pompidou, Paris 

 

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