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Image Traviata, La
"This is the story of a dying woman. It is written as such. This is what it tells. During the performance, this woman dies before our eyes, in what is practically a live event. There is no way to conjure the fact away. The main subject of this opera is death and there is no way to avoid that. Death with love. Love with death. One and the other, one in the other."
(Peter Mussbach)

Giuseppe Verdi

La Traviata


Opera in three acts





After the play


La Dame aux Camélias


by Alexandre Dumas



Conducted by Yutaka Sado

Staged by Peter Mussbach



34,95 €
Image Bolt
Composed in 1931 by Dmitri Shostakovich, The Bolt-to a book by Viktor Smirnov, is being revived for the first time in more than 70 years.
Shostakovich composed a caustically humourous ballet, blending popular tunes, serious music, circus music, waltzes, marches, tangos.
He Had imagined his ballet as a joyful lampoon of proletarian drama.
His intention was to highlight the eventful and ambiguous relationship existing between proletarian experience and the representation given of it by the Soviet vanguard.
Alexei Ratmansky’s choreography develops into a true marvel, opening with a ballet of giant robots and ending in a blood red delirious grand parade.

The Bolshoi Ballet; Orchestra of the State Theatre Bolshoi, Moscow/Pavel Sorokin


Choreography Alexei Ratmansky


34,95 €
Image Figaros bröllop
248:- (ord 398:-)

Pietro Spagnoli, Anette Dasch, Rosemary Joshua,
Luca Piasroni, Angelika Kirschlager

Concerto Köln /René Jacobs

Inspelning från Theatre des Champs-Elysées.
SCENOGRAFI: Jean-Louis Martinoty




34,95 €
Image Love for Three Oranges, The
As the prologue begins a near riotous dispute divides the clans of “Tragic”, “comic”, “Lyric” and “Brainless”. The former only like tears, the latter swear only by Laughter... and we shall hear their angry banter throughout the opera. Despite this charivari, a work must be chosen itself... And its theme? A king despair to see his princely heir stagnate in seemingly incurable melancholy.

Format: 16/9
Sound: PCM stereo, Dolby digital 5.1, DTS 5.1

Alexey Tanovitsky, Andrey Ilyushnikov, Nadezha Serdjuk
Mahler Chamber Orchestra/Tugan Sokhiev



34,95 €
Image Symphonie fantastique
The Symphonie fantastique and Harold in Italy are the major works in the history of program music. Everything is dramatic with Berlioz: the themes are characters, the orchestra is a scenic space, the musicians become actors.

A traditional filming reproduces the perspective of an audience in its seat armed with opera glasses. This film shows just the opposite: the spectator is placed in the orchestra among the musicians and in front of the conductor. We thus have the perspective of the musicians and the emotions they live with Christoph Eschenbach. The film is a recording of an exceptional concert and the audiovisual extension of this event. The image of the film director Andy Sommer thus gives the TV viewer a vision, a "reverse shot" which a conventional audience cannot enjoy. He will have the spectacular impression of being in the very midst of this always surprising score.

Produced by François Duplat
Editing by Toby Trotter
Directed for video by Andy Sommer


Tabea Zimmermann, alto solo

Orchestre de Paris/Christoph Eschenbach

Hector Berlioz

Symphonie fantastique

Harold en Italie


24,95 €
Image In den Winden im Nichts
IN DEN WINDEN IM NICHTS

Musik: Cellosvit nr 2, 3 & 6 (J S Bach)



KOREOGRAF: Heinz Spoerli



Zürichbaletten.

Claudius Herrmann, cello



BONUSMATERIAL: Intervju med Heinz Spoerli




31,95 €
Image Dame de Pique, La
Denna DVD-video innehåller två intressanta baletter med Bolshoi Ballet.



PIQUE DAME

Musik: Symfoni nr 6 "Pathétique" (Tjajkovskij)

OBS! DENNA BALETT INNEHÅLLER EJ MUSIK UR TJAJKOVSKIJS OPERA "PIQUE DAME"!

Dansare: Nikolay Tsiskaridze, Ilze Liepa,

Svetlana Lunkina, Georgiy Geraskin



PASSACAGLIA

Musik: Anton Weber



KOREOGRAF: Roland Petit



31,95 €
Image Children of the Beijing Opera, The
The children of the Beijing Opera
One minute on stage, ten years of training

A film by Don Kent & Christian Dumais-Lvowski


In granting us the rare privilege of entry, the Beijing Opera School offers access to the age-old art form of traditional Chinese opera.
Based on a typical day for student and their teachers, the film lets us follow them through dawn to dusk activities that include acrobatics, classes in singing, music and dance, makeup sessions, schoolwork, rehearsals and performances. This is a total immersion in an establishment where discipline is, in many respects, that of military academy.

Picture Format: 4.3
Sound: PCM stereo




24,95 €
Image Don Quixote
DON QUIXOTE
From the original version by Marius Petipa & Alexandre Gorsky

Viengsay Valdès, Kitri
Romel Frometa, Basilio
Dayron Vera, Don Quixote
Javier Sanchez, Sancho Panza

Ballet Nacional de Cuba
Symphonic Orchestra of the Great Theatre of Havana
Cond. Giovanni Duarte

If there is one country in the world where classical ballet is still an art form for the people and by the people, it is Cuba.
A veritable artistic miracle, the Cuban National Ballet was born of the unshakeable will of a heroic woman: Alicia Alonso.
"Madame" Alicia created this improbable ballet company in 1948, and sixty years later, the octogenarian prima ballerina who's sight started to fail at 20 years old but who continued to dance, is still the director. It took courage and a crazy vision to impose in the Caribbean, and in this country of salsa and Latin rhythms, such a very European choreographic tradition founded on a structure and a musical repertoire completely opposed to those of Cuba.
But Alicia Alonso is a tenacious warrior who quickly shared her passion with all the Cuban people.




34,95 €
Image Solos
A major figure on the contemporary choreography scene, Billy T.jones is also a remarkable dancer and a performer with an electrifying stage presence. Here, alone in a studio and filmed from a totally cinematic point of view, he speaks to us of violence, gentleness and emotion in three short pieces: Ionization to music by Edgar Varèse; Chaconne, from Bach's partita for solo Violin in D minor; and tea for two, the famous classic song. Bonuses on the The dancing man include interviews with the choreographer, master classes and dance excerpts.


23,50 €
Image L'Elisir d'amore
L'elisir d'amore is a melodrama giocoso in two acts by the Italian composer Gaetano Donizetti. Felice Romani wrote the Italian libretto after Eugène Scribe's libretto for Daniel-François-Esprit Auber's Le philtre (1831). The premiere was at the Teatro della Canobbiana, Milan on May 12, 1832. L'elisir d'amore is one of the most frequently performed of all Donizetti's operas. It appears as number twenty on Opera America's list of the 20 most-performed operas in North America. It contains the popular aria "Una furtiva lagrima," one of the most famous and often-recited arias in all of opera.


34,95 €
Image Ballets Trockadero, Vol. II (Les)
Includes music from Swan Lake-act II, The Dying Swan, Le Corsaire, Go for Barocco and Raymonda

Founded in 1974 by a group of ballet enthusiasts for the purpose of presenting a playful, entertaining view of traditional, classical ballet in parody form and en travesti, LES BALLETS TROCKADERO DE MONTE CARLO first performed in the late-late shows in Off-Off Broadway lofts. The TROCKS, as they are affectionately known, quickly garnered a major critical essay by Arlene Croce in The New Yorker, and combined with reviews in The New York Times and The Village Voice, established the Company as an artistic and popular success. By mid 1975, the TROCKS' inspired blend of their loving knowledge of dance, their comic approach, and the astounding fact that men can, indeed, dance en pointe without falling flat on their faces, was being noted beyond New York. Articles and notices in publications such as Variety, Oui, The London Daily Telegraph, as well as a Richard Avedon photo essay in Vogue, made the Company nationally and internationally known. The original concept of LES BALLETS TROCKADERO DE MONTE CARLO has not changed. It is a Company of professional male dancers performing the full range of the ballet and modern dance repertoire, including classical and original works in faithful renditions of the manners and conceits of those dance styles. The comedy is achieved by incorporating and exaggerating the foibles, accidents, and underlying incongruities of serious dance. The fact that men dance all the parts--heavy bodies delicately balancing on toes as swans, sylphs, water sprites, romantic princesses, angst-ridden Victorian ladies--enhances rather than mocks the spirit of dance as an art form, delighting and amusing the most knowledgeable, as well as novices, in the audiences. For the future, there are plans for new works in the repertoire: new cities, states and countries to perform in; and for the continuation of the TROCKS' original purpose: to bring the pleasure of dance to the widest possible audience. They will, as they have done for thirty four years, "Keep on Trockin'."

Format: 16/9
Sound: PCM stereo, Dolby Digital 5.0, DTS 5.0



28,95 €
Image Ballets Trockadero, Vol. 1 (Les)
Music from Les Sylphides, Le Grand Pas de Quatre, Paquita,
the dying Swan and more.

Founded in 1974 by a group of ballet enthusiasts for the purpose of presenting a playful, entertaining view of traditional, classical ballet in parody form and en travesti, LES BALLETS TROCKADERO DE MONTE CARLO first performed in the late-late shows in Off-Off Broadway lofts. The TROCKS, as they are affectionately known, quickly garnered a major critical essay by Arlene Croce in The New Yorker, and combined with reviews in The New York Times and The Village Voice, established the Company as an artistic and popular success. By mid 1975, the TROCKS' inspired blend of their loving knowledge of dance, their comic approach, and the astounding fact that men can, indeed, dance en pointe without falling flat on their faces, was being noted beyond New York. Articles and notices in publications such as Variety, Oui, The London Daily Telegraph, as well as a Richard Avedon photo essay in Vogue, made the Company nationally and internationally known. The original concept of LES BALLETS TROCKADERO DE MONTE CARLO has not changed. It is a Company of professional male dancers performing the full range of the ballet and modern dance repertoire, including classical and original works in faithful renditions of the manners and conceits of those dance styles. The comedy is achieved by incorporating and exaggerating the foibles, accidents, and underlying incongruities of serious dance. The fact that men dance all the parts--heavy bodies delicately balancing on toes as swans, sylphs, water sprites, romantic princesses, angst-ridden Victorian ladies--enhances rather than mocks the spirit of dance as an art form, delighting and amusing the most knowledgeable, as well as novices, in the audiences. For the future, there are plans for new works in the repertoire: new cities, states and countries to perform in; and for the continuation of the TROCKS' original purpose: to bring the pleasure of dance to the widest possible audience. They will, as they have done for thirty four years, "Keep on Trockin'."

Format: 16/9
Sound: PCM stereo, Dolby Digital 5.0, DTS 5.0



28,95 €
Image Firebird, The / Rite of Spring, The
Today it is difficult to imagine the impact on audiences at the beginning of the 20th century of Serge Diaghilev (1872-1929) and his Ballets Russes. Diaghilev, a genius impresario surrounded himself with the greatest avant-garde talents of his time. Wonderstruck, sometimes shocked, audiences discovered performances that brought together the best choreographers, dancers, composers, painters and decorators. Truly authors of an aesthetic revolution, the Ballets Russes had an enduring impact on theatre arts and dance. The two works presented here are performed by the lead dancers and Ballet Company of the Saint Petersburg's Mariinsky Theatre which in the 19th century was the temple of classical dance. It was also in Saint Petersburg that Serge Diaghilev created Ballets Russes that he brought to international renown. The Mariinsky Orchestra is conducted by Valery Geriev, known the world over for his interpretation of Stravinsky'work.


46,95 €
Image Tales of Hoffmann, The
Marc Laho, Hoffmann
Stella Doufexis, La muse/Nicklausse
Nicolas Cavalier, Lindorf/Coppélius/Miracle/Daperlutto
Featuring Patricia Petibon, Olympia

Chœur du Grand Théâtre de Genève
Orchestre de la Suisse Romande
Staged by Olivier Py
Cond. Patrick Davin

Art, sex and death - the obligatory destinations of every great work, this banal trilogy is nevertheless painted with a unique palette in the Tales of Hoffmann by Offenbach.
Great thoughts are often quite close to the trite, a hair's breadth away from common ground.

Sound: PCM stereo, Dolby Digital DTS 5.1
Format: 16/9



48,95 €
Image Tchaikovsky Gala
Tchaikovsky Gala featuring Roberto Bolle

Extract from
Swan Lake, The Sleeping Beauty, Nutcracker

Corpo di Ballo ed Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala
David Coleman, conductor


This Tchaikovsky Gala is a showcase of virtuosity which is not to be missed, presented by Roberto Bolle resident star of La Scala and a handful of international guest artists: Polina Semionova, Nadja Saidakova and Ronald Savkovic. Some of the most exacting and demanding moments from Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty and The Nutcracker are presented, showing to great effect the prowess of the corps de ballet and stars alike: Roberto Bolle and Polina Semionova, principal of the Berlin Staatsballett. And also from Berlin the principal couple Nadja Saidakova and Ronald Savkovic, in this their very first appearance on the Scala stage. David Coleman conducts some of the musical highlights from the three Tchaikovsky's ballets, all of which are held in high esteem in the hearts and minds of ballet fans: Swan Lake, in Vladimir Bourmeister's version ; Sleeping Beauty, with choreographied by Marius Petipa and The Nutcracker, another familiar title for La Scala, this time in Patrice Bart's version Jewels of music and dance all set in the Act III décor of Swan Lake: Prince Siegfried's birthday festivities are being held in the castle hall, a veritable tourbillon of dances, from Czardas to Spanish, Neapolitan to Mazurka all of which leads into the celebrated "Black Swan" pas de deux, starring Roberto Bolle and Polina Semionova. As if by magic, another homage to Tchaikovsky appears: Aurora and her four princes in the immortal "Rose Adagio", encompassing both dreamy sweetness and technical strength, being one of the most difficult choreographic passages of Sleeping Beauty alongside the "Blue Bird" pas de deux and the Act II pas de deux from The Nutcracker performed here by Nadja Saidakova and Ronald Savkovic.



46,95 €
Image Tchaikovksy Gala
Tchaikovksy Gala featuring Roberto Bolle
Extract from Swan Lake, The Sleeping Beauty, Nutcracker

Corpo di Ballo ed Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala
Conducted by David Coleman


This Tchaikovsky Gala is a showcase of virtuosity which is not to be missed, presented by Roberto Bolle resident star of La Scala and a handful of international guest artists: Polina Semionova, Nadja Saidakova and Ronald Savkovic. Some of the most exacting and demanding moments from Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty and The Nutcracker are presented, showing to great effect the prowess of the corps de ballet and stars alike: Roberto Bolle and Polina Semionova, principal of the Berlin Staatsballett. And also from Berlin the principal couple Nadja Saidakova and Ronald Savkovic, in this their very first appearance on the Scala stage. David Coleman conducts some of the musical highlights from the three Tchaikovsky's ballets, all of which are held in high esteem in the hearts and minds of ballet fans: Swan Lake, in Vladimir Bourmeister's version ; Sleeping Beauty, with choreographied by Marius Petipa and The Nutcracker, another familiar title for La Scala, this time in Patrice Bart's version Jewels of music and dance all set in the Act III décor of Swan Lake: Prince Siegfried's birthday festivities are being held in the castle hall, a veritable tourbillon of dances, from Czardas to Spanish, Neapolitan to Mazurka all of which leads into the celebrated "Black Swan" pas de deux, starring Roberto Bolle and Polina Semionova. As if by magic, another homage to Tchaikovsky appears: Aurora and her four princes in the immortal "Rose Adagio", encompassing both dreamy sweetness and technical strength, being one of the most difficult choreographic passages of Sleeping Beauty alongside the "Blue Bird" pas de deux and the Act II pas de deux from The Nutcracker performed here by Nadja Saidakova and Ronald Savkovic.

Picture Format:16/9
Sound: PCM stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1



34,95 €
Image Walküre, Die
Robert Gambill (Siegmund)
Mikhail Petrenko (Hunding)
Willard White (Wotan)
Eva-Maria Westbroek (Sieglinde)
Eva Johansson (Brünnhilde)
Lilli Paasikivi (Fricka)
Joanna Porackova (Gerhilde)
Elaine McKrill (Ortlinde)
Julianne Young (Waltraute)
Andrea Baker (Schwertleite)
Erika Sunnegårdh (Helmwige)
Heike Grötzinger (Siegrune)
Eva Vogel (Grimgerde)
Anette Bod (Rossweisse)

After the success of « Das Rheingold », Stéphane Braunschweig's staging of the second part of the tetralogy « Die Walküre » was a triumph in Aix's brand new Grand Théâtre de Provence. With a remarkable international cast - Sir Willard White, Robert Gambill, Eva-Maria Westbroek, Eva Johansson and Mikhail Petrenko - accompanied by the Berliner Philharmoniker, Simon Rattle brought almost unparalleled breadth to the work. In opting for a movingly human approach to the drama unfolding on stage, director Stéphane Braunschweig obtained superb performances from an extraordinary group of singers.

Picture Format: 16/9
Sound Format: PCM stereo, Dolby-Digital 5.1

Also available on BLU-RAY: BAC 434


48,95 €
Image Cinderella
Cinderella: Karine Seneca
Frederic: Stanislav Jermakov
The Godmother: Marine Castel
The Stepmother: Jozef Varga
The Stepsisters: Nicolas Blanc & François Petit

Chorégraphy by Heinz Spoerli
Zurich Opera House Orchestra
Cond.Vladimir Fedoseyev

Picture Format: 16/9
Sound: Dolby digital 5.1/DTS 5.1/PCM stereo

Once upon a time a former prima ballerina called Cinderella. After her mother's death she became a servant in the dance company directed by her stepmother and her two stepsisters. The invitation to a charity gala performance, which the famous solo dancer Frederic, will attend, is going to change her life.


34,95 €
Image Orpheus & Eurydike
Orpheus - Yann Bridard (ballet), Maria Riccarda Wesseling (opera), Eurydice - Marie-Agnès Gillot (ballet), Julia Kleiter (opera), Amor - Miteki Kudo (ballet ) & Sunhae Im (opera)

Ballet de l'Opéra national de Paris & Balthasar-Neumann Chor & Ensemble, Thomas Hengelbrock

Choreography and Stage Direction: Pina Bausch

Set, costume and lighting designs: Rolf Borzik

Filmed in HD at the Palais Garnier February 2008 Orpheus and Eurydice is Pina Bausch's masterpiece and the ultimate symbol of the genius of this German choreographer, who died last June, five days after being diagnosed with cancer. Bausch was the artistic director of the Tanztheater Wuppertal, which she founded in 1973. She had a formidable international reputation as one of modern dance's greatest innovators. Her dance-theatre works include the melancholic Café Müller (1978), in which dancers stumble around the stage crashing into tables and chairs, and a thrilling Rite of Spring (1975), which required the stage to be completely covered with soil. Excerpts from Bausch's Café Müller and another of her works, Masurca Fogo, reached a wider audience when they were featured in Pedro Almodóvar's film Talk to Her (2002). Bausch also appeared in Federico Fellini's 1983 film And the Ship Sails On. In recent months, she had been preparing a 3-D cinema project with Wim Wenders; shooting was slated to commence in September. Bausch continued to perform as a dancer throughout her 60s. Her company last visited the UK in 2008 for a sold-out series of performances, drawing long queues for returns at Sadler's Wells in London.

Guardian critic Judith Mackrell gave the show a five-star review, praising Bausch's ability to "combine movement of shocking visceral intensity with stage visions of often hallucinogenic strangeness".

"She was an artist of the kind that the world is only blessed with from time to time. Her repertoire of works has inspired generations of audiences and artists with an impact that is hard to overestimate." Alistair Spalding, artistic director, Sadler's Wells

Color, 16/9, NTSC - PCM STEREO, DOLBY
DIGITAL 5.1, DTS 5.1



34,95 €
Image Orpheus & Eurydike
Orpheus - Yann Bridard (ballet), Maria Riccarda Wesseling (opera), Eurydice - Marie-Agnès Gillot (ballet), Julia Kleiter (opera), Amor - Miteki Kudo (ballet ) & Sunhae Im (opera)

Ballet de l'Opéra national de Paris & Balthasar-Neumann Chor & Ensemble, Thomas Hengelbrock

Choreography and Stage Direction: Pina Bausch

Set, costume and lighting designs: Rolf Borzik

Filmed in HD at the Palais Garnier February 2008 Orpheus and Eurydice is Pina Bausch's masterpiece and the ultimate symbol of the genius of this German choreographer, who died last June, five days after being diagnosed with cancer. Bausch was the artistic director of the Tanztheater Wuppertal, which she founded in 1973. She had a formidable international reputation as one of modern dance's greatest innovators. Her dance-theatre works include the melancholic Café Müller (1978), in which dancers stumble around the stage crashing into tables and chairs, and a thrilling Rite of Spring (1975), which required the stage to be completely covered with soil. Excerpts from Bausch's Café Müller and another of her works, Masurca Fogo, reached a wider audience when they were featured in Pedro Almodóvar's film Talk to Her (2002). Bausch also appeared in Federico Fellini's 1983 film And the Ship Sails On. In recent months, she had been preparing a 3-D cinema project with Wim Wenders; shooting was slated to commence in September. Bausch continued to perform as a dancer throughout her 60s. Her company last visited the UK in 2008 for a sold-out series of performances, drawing long queues for returns at Sadler's Wells in London.

Guardian critic Judith Mackrell gave the show a five-star review, praising Bausch's ability to "combine movement of shocking visceral intensity with stage visions of often hallucinogenic strangeness".

"She was an artist of the kind that the world is only blessed with from time to time. Her repertoire of works has inspired generations of audiences and artists with an impact that is hard to overestimate."
(Alistair Spalding, artistic director, Sadler's Wells)

RUNNING TIME: 104 minutes
SUBTITLES: FR, ENG, DE, SP, IT
PICTURE: Color, 16/9
SOUND: PCM STEREO, DTS HD, MASTER AUDIO 5.1



46,95 €
Image Orfeo & Eurydice
Orpheus: Roberto Alagna
Eurydice: Serena Gamberoni
The Guide: Marc Barrard
Teatro Comunale di Bologna Orchestra and Choir
Conductor: Giampaolo Bisanti

Opting for the French-language version of Gluck's Orpheus, David Alagna was faced with the task of achieving an appropriately subtle adaptation. In a plot transposed to the present day, Eurydice dies in a car accident on the day of her wedding, and Orpheus's quest for his beloved is a dream beginning and ending at the cemetery. No happy ending in this interpretation, but a new approach to characterisation: Amore, sung by a baritone, becomes a funeral parlour employee and Orpheus's guide. And Orpheus, of course, loses his loved one forever by turning to look back. The enormously talented Roberto Alagna throws himself body and soul into this production. His incredible vitality and flawless timbre and diction make him a great Orpheus. His partner, young Italian soprano Serena Gamberoni, is simply stunning as Eurydice, while French baritone Marc Barrard is suitably terrifying as the guide to the Underworld. The orchestra of the Teatro Comunale di Bologna is conducted by Giampaolo Bisanti, who masterfully brings out all Gluck's poetry, romantic melancholy and depth.

Format: 16:9
Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1



34,95 €
Image Orfeo ed Euridice
Roberto Alagna (tenor), Serena Gamberoni (soprano) & Marc Barrard (baritone)

Teatro Comunale di Bologna Orchestra, Giampaolo Bisanti

Libretto Pierre-Louis Moline

Theatrical and musical adaptation in one prologue and three acts by David Alagna

Filmed in High Definition at the Bologna Opera, January 2008

THE PERFORMANCE: Roberto Alagna as Orpheus in his brother David's new version of Gluck's masterpiece. A major event recorded in Bologna.

Opting for the French-language version of Orpheus, David Alagna was faced with the task of achieving an appropriately subtle adaptation. In a plot transposed to the present day, Eurydice dies in a car accident on the day of her wedding and Orpheus's quest for his beloved is a dream beginning and ending at the cemetery. No happy ending in this interpretation, but a new approach to characterisation:Amore, sung by a baritone, becomes a funeral parlour employee and Orpheus' guide. Orpheus, of course, loses his loved one forever by turning to look back. World famous tenor Roberto Alagna throws himself body and soul into this production. His incredible vitality, flawless timbre and diction make him a great Orpheus. His partner, young Italian soprano Serena Gamberoni, is simply stunning as Eurydice, while French baritone Marc Barrard is suitably terrifying as the guide to the Underworld. The orchestra is conducted by Giampaolo Bisanti, who masterfully brings out all Gluck's poetry, romantic melancholy and depth.

A co-production with the Montpellier Opera.

Colour 16/9 - PCM STEREO, DTS HD MASTER

AUDIO 5.1



46,95 €
Image Baroque Academie
To reveal the talent of unknown young singers by sending them on a tour of the world's leading venues: this is the aim of "Le Jardin des Voix", the academy founded by William Christie.
We share moments of grace, uncertainty and disappointment as the film follows the jury through the auditioning process. Then, a year later, we find the ten winners at the Théâtre de Caen for three weeks of intensive rehearsal with some of the leading figures from today's Baroque music scene.


28,95 €
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