Your Summer 2022 Program on France Music

Editorial by Marc Voinchet, Director of France Musique

DOO-DLOO-DOO-DOO-DOO, summer, at last!

Yes, finally summer, because … As is the case every year now, France Musique likes to reconnect for two months with its essential series that gradually enrich the shelves of our large music library, according to anniversaries and celebrations.

So we have an appointment with

Charles MingusAnd the

Marcel ProustAnd the

Glenn GoldAnd the Maurice ChevalierAnd the

Tybalt CoffinAnd the Benjamin BernheimAnd the

Alexander ScrabinAnd the A history of women as music leadersWithout forgetting the daily meeting that has become our worship Back from the beach From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., between moors and cashew nuts.
This summer too, because… after two very complicated years, this time we’ll be back in the festival ways to make you hear it like you’ve been there. Every evening, from Aix-en-Provence to Marciac, from Montpellier to Beaune, from La Roque d’Anthéron to Prades via Bayreuth, Promes… we reserve your front row seats.

And because after two years of involuntary relapses, we have finally gone through them date with

Jane Kelly ! yes, Jane Kelly and me It undoubtedly happened this summer on the 22nd which is very good because this year we celebrate the 70th anniversary of one of the most legendary films in the history of cinema: singing in the rain Co-directed by King Jane Kelly with Stanley Donen, it was released in the United States in 1952. We owe it to his last wife, Patricia Kelly, for these moments of conversation, from hitherto unpublished conversations about his life, behind the scenes of his films..a treasure for every fan of plays. The musical seventh art, singing and dancing.
8 Episodes Closer to a man who has forever been in our minds, his talent as a complete artist as much as his elegance, smile and generosity.
8 x 1 Hour of Happiness, Sunday at 11 am, made by Patricia Kelly with the complicity of Laurent Valier in honor of a man who loved France and Paris so dearly.

So, this summer, when the first storms erupt, we will be glad to go out into the street with joy and dignity, like Don Lockwood, to dance and sing in the rain.
Do-bucket-do-do-do-do…

All summer network one look!

be careful ! Event !

Jane Kelly and me – Patricia Kelly and Laurent Valier | Sunday from 11 am to 12 pm.
Patricia Kelly is leaving her favorite Californian for Paris to spend the summer reviving legend Jane Kelly at the France Musique. Patron of her husband’s legacy, she has unveiled previously unpublished recordings to the French public. Gene Kelly recounts his love for Paris and dance as well as the steps that have marked his career. In all familiarity, Patricia Kelly allows us to hear the different sides of the man who revolutionized musical comedy, particularly in An American in Paris, one day in New York or Let’s sing in the rain Who is celebrating his 70th birthday this year

big characters

Hit Marcel! Proust and music – Philip Venturini | Saturday from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. in July
Marcel Proust was a diligent musician who frequented salons as well as café and opera parties. Listen to Faury, Wagner, and Mayulle. As a writer, he introduced Vinteuil, composer of a sonata for violin and piano that will accompany I love Charles Swan and Odette de Cressy. Does the first affect the second?

The History of Conductors – Aliette de Lalo | Saturday from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. in August
Who are the pioneers of conducting the orchestra? And why has this profession been male for so long? This series takes us back to the 19th century in search of the first female conductors like Augusta Holmes, Joanna Kinkle or Ethel Smith.

Differences Glenn Gould – Lionel Esparza | Saturday from 11 am to 12 pm.
Forty years ago, on October 4, 1982, Glenn Gould died in Toronto who saw him born 50 years earlier. An original character, eccentric, totally hypocritical, but also penetrated by the music. An atypical pianist who has fascinated two generations of artists and music lovers, and has featured some works ( Goldberg differences in particular) of an indelible fingerprint.

Maurice Chevalier from Menilmont to Hollywood – Florian Royer | Saturday and Sunday 12:30 p.m. to 1 p.m. in August
The boat, innate banter, and a few refrains remain humble today…but Maurice Chevalier is so much more than that. It is up to him to associate the old café party with the modern music hall, one that sees the arrival of American rhythms which he will incorporate into his songs. For three decades, he was the most famous Frenchman on both sides of the Atlantic, as much in demand on Hollywood movie sets as at the Casino de Paris.

happy birthday

Scribin, musician of ecstasy – Aurélie Moreau | Saturday from 4 pm to 5:30 pm in July
2022 marks the 150th birth anniversary of Alexander Scribin, an innovative artist and mystic, a unique figure in the history of music. His ideals are universal, he has nothing to do with writing Russian music, for which he is often criticized. Initially inspired by authors such as Chopin and Wagner, he soon realized that classical harmony was outdated. So he proposes his own language, with one goal: to achieve a complete work of art that is supposed to lead spectators towards a form of ecstasy.

The wonderful fate of Messia Sirte – Charlotte Landro Chandes with Julie Depardieu | Sunday from 1 pm to 2 pm.
The life of Misia Sert, pianist and shepherd, who was born only 150 years ago, is worthy of a novel! A great Parisian figure of her time, a liberated woman, Messia fascinates, intrigues and seduces. Nicknamed the “Queen of Paris”, she was the muse and friend of the greatest Belle Époque artists, all of whom fascinated: composers (Satti, Faurie, Ravel), writers (Malarmé, Apollinaire, Colette), seamstress (Chanel), choreographer (Diaglev), painters (Voillard). , Renoir, Toulouse-Lautrec…). To her more than they owe their jobs.

Rampal, a legendary flute – Priscilla Lafitte | Sunday from 4pm to 5:30pm in July
Few musicians have done so much for an instrument as Jean-Pierre Rampal for the transverse flute! He filled the largest halls, gave concerts all over the world, and raised the flute to the rank of a solo musical instrument besides the violin or piano. A very wide audience is fascinated by a simple, monophonic instrument, which Jean-Pierre Rampal brings to his ingenuity and light.

Musicians by musicians

Tenor, guitarist, double bass player and pianist: 4 artists, 4 personalities, 4 personal and artistic journeys. In light of their encounters, experiences or musical connections, they tell each other and present the unique part of their being, their work and their arts.

Muraro on the piano, season two – With great Sabine | Saturday from 4 pm to 5:30 pm in August
Didn’t Sasha Guitry say: “Men are big children, only the price of their toys changes …”? From Mozart to Schumann, Mussorgsky to Ravel, great composers marked their childhoods before suffering through agony and agony. Their works testify to a childhood rediscovered, sometimes only dreamed of, always so present. Their confidence in piano will be the common thread for this new series.

Pierre Psagot Stories – with Natalie Beauli | Saturday from 7 pm to 8 pm in August
With the complicity of Nathalie Beauli, double guitarist Pierre Bosgate delivers musical images embellished with his life experiences on the road in the company of formidable interpreters or composers: from Lalo Schiffrin to Michel Legrand, from Guy Lafitte to Monty Alexander, and from Milt Jackson in Joe Bass.

The Adventures of Thibault Cauvin | Sunday from 12 noon to 12:30 pm.
At the age of twenty, Thibaut Kaufen went on a trip. For fifteen years he lived without a house or an apartment, free, nomadic, guided by concerts and the desire to see the world. Alone with his guitar, he crossed 120 countries, putting his little suitcase between rides at a hanok in Seoul, a fisherman’s hut in Morocco, or a hut in Trans Siberia, always looking for new experiences. In this series that resembles Tintin – his childhood hero! – He narrates this walk around the earth, sharing music from other places.

Occupation: tenor – Benjamin Bernheim | Sunday 4pm-5:30pm in August
One of today’s greatest moves reveals the secrets behind the scenes of the singer’s career… from Rodolfo to Bohemian to me Weather From Massenet, how do you prepare for a role, and interpret it for the first time? What is the life of a soloist, between travel solitude, working in an opera production troupe, rehearsals, social networks?

getaway

Nice surprises to discover:

Anne Charlotte Raymond series | Monday through Friday from 11:45 am to 12 pm.

Crossroads of the Americas in Cuba By Marcel Quelveri | From Monday to Friday from 5 pm to 6 pm

Back from the beach By Thierry Joss and Laurent Valero | From Monday to Friday from 6 pm to 8 pm.

Hammamet music By Denisa Kirchova | Saturday from 2 pm to 4 pm

To the roots of gospel and blues, Mississippi my love by Lawrence Currie | Sunday from 6 pm to 7 pm in July

unusual ways

summer competition By Emily Munira | Saturday from 1 pm to 2 pm
How did Nina Simone choose her pseudonym? Why does Jordi Saval score only at night? What is Dvořák’s passion for additional music? What is the common denominator between Rod Stewart and Claude Pauling? Each week, Emily Monera invites listeners to test their musical knowledge of the history of music big and small, in the company of a musician, music lover and producer from France Musique.

American Music History by Thomas Vergracht | Saturday from 5:30 pm to 6 pm
How not to be surprised by the beats of Steve Reich, the arabesques of Philip Glass, the sharp cuts of David Lang, the black smoke of Julia Wolf, the paradisiacal Eden of Nico Mohley, the nostalgic abyss of Caroline Shaw, or the political power of Ted Hearn? Let’s move from the glass to the “other” American music. to go to the other side.

the second season By Laurent Vilarem | Sunday from 5:30 pm to 6 pm
Music lovers sometimes like to change the world. What if Freud cured Mahler? Was the composer’s music or life different? If so, we would mobilize Paris, of course, but imagine that the course of events took another turn.

Jazz on all floors

Joe Bass, Art Tatum guitars By Sebastian Linares | Saturday from 12 noon to 12:30 pm
this summer, guitar and guitars He goes to meet jazz magician Joe Bass. Inspired as much by the creativity of Django Reinhardt as it was by Charlie Christian’s bebop singles, Joe Bass revolutionized the jazz guitar.

Charles Mingus is 100 years old by Alex Duthil | Saturday from 7 pm to 8 pm in July
100 years! He was born on April 22, 1922, which impressed the numerologists whom he consulted. This jazz volcano died on January 5, 1979. He was 56 years old. A cellist before he became a double player, Charles Mingus was a pianist, conductor, and one of the most prolific composers jazz has ever known.

Pannonica, the fictional jazz godmother of Margolene Portier Caltenbach | Saturday from 6 pm to 7 pm in August
A friend, an inspiration, a patron and an agent. She was neither a singer nor a musician. However, Baroness Pannonica de Koenigswarter contributed to the influence of jazz throughout her life.

Banzai travel By Natalie Bewley | Sunday from 7 pm to 8 pm in July
Banzzaï this summer has wishes elsewhere! Every week, jazz musicians tell us about the country of their hearts.

And the

summer jazz Monday through Friday from 11 pm to midnight!

You can also find France Musique in Chorégies d’Orange, Festival d’Aix-en-Provence, Radio France Occitanie Montpellier, International Festival of Baroque and Romantic Opera in Beaune, Festival of Pablo Casals in Prades, International Piano Festival de la Roque Danthron and jazz in Marciac as well as major international festivals: Bayreuth, BBC Proms, Salzburg, Verbier …


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