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Louis Langrée © FSD 2012
Mozart • Davide Penitente
Lundi 25 juin 2012 • 20h30
Basilique Cathédrale

Symphonie n°40 K.550
Davidde Penitente K.469

Sandrine Piau, soprano
Renata Pokupic, soprano
Richard Croft, ténor
Choeur Accentus
Laurence Equilbey, dir. musicale
Orchestre de chambre de Paris
Louis Langrée, direction

Coproduction Orchestre de chambre de Paris / Festival de Saint-Denis

Dans le trio de tête des chefs mozartiens, il y a Louis Langrée. Directeur du Mostly Mozart Festival de New York et de la Camerata Salzburg, il est, on le sait, un adorateur de la musique de Mozart qu’il joue comme il respire. Au programme deux oeuvres contrastées, entre le très vocal Davide Penitente, et la véhémente et célébrissime 40e symphonie. Un Mozart accompli.

Monday, June 25th • 8:30 • Cathedral Basilica
Mozart
Davidde Penitente

Mozart
Davidde Penitente K. 469
Symphony no40 K. 550

Sandrine Piau, soprano
Renata Pokupic, soprano
Richard Croft, tenor
Choeur Accentus
Laurence Equilbey, musical direction
Orchestre de Chambre de Paris
Louis Langrée, direction

Coproduced by
Festival de Saint-Denis /
Orchestre de Chambre de Paris

Louis Langrée figures in the top three of Mozartian directors. Head of New York’s Mostly Mozart Festival as well as Salzburg’s Camerata, he is a bona fide Mozart evangelist. After his noticable return to France last year in Aix-en-Provence and his Clemenza di Tito at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Langrée now takes the Basilica. His programme contrasts Davidde Penitente, a very vocal cantata full of hidden jewels (sketches of the future arias of the Mass in C Minor and a few operas), with the vehement, ultra-famous 40th Symphony. All this served by a wonderful chamber orchestra, the chamber choir Accentus and an ideal cast led by Sandrine Piau, a loyal Festival guest and most gorgeous Pamina. A Mozart both sharp and dramatic – a very accomplished Mozart.
 

Mozart, Davide Penitente - Tra l'Oscure Funeste. Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra / Sir Neville Marriner (1998, Philips)