Having worked with many prestigious orchestras, François-Xavier Roth conducts, with an inspiring virtuosity, baroque pieces and contemporary creations. A portrait of one of the most inventive conductors of his generation.
The extraordinary rise of the Franco-Israeli jazz pianist Yaron Herman has brought a breath of freshness and modernity to jazz without sacrificing the musicality of his compositions, which are meticulously executed with authentic virtuosity.
Les Kapsber'Girls: two singers and two instrumentalists, trained at the Lyon Higher National Conservatory of Music and Dance and passionate about the music of the 17th and 18th centuries, which they perform in the hopes of updating it for modern tastes.
After the success of Bourgeois Gentilhomme and of Cadmus et Hermione, conductor Vincent Dumestre returned to director Benjamin Lazar to breathe new life into Phaéton, Lully's flamboyant lyrical tragedy.
-22.7°C is the new album from the electronic music composer Molécule , recorded during a trip to Greenland. A huge transmedia project, this polar rave exists in concerts, a book, a film and a virtual reality experience.
An unusual artist who refuses to follow rules, in just a few years Jacques has established himself as one of the major figures in the contemporary French music scene, thanks to his hypnotic electro and pop music.
Founding member of the band Moriarty, the guitarist and composer Arthur B. Gillette has a taste for the open road and otherworldly landscapes. His melancholic universe, haunted by the legends of American music and literature, is music for daydreaming to.
Part installation, part sensory experience, Musica Mobile reinvents spatial sound design, allowing its composer Pierre-Alain Jaffrennou to put his research at the intersection of music and computer science into practice.
Lully's lyrical tragedy, considered one of his masterpieces, is the subject of a new production which is the fruit of a Franco-Argentinian collaboration. The performances will take place in November 2019 in Buenos Aires.