Bruno Philippe on tour

Bruno Philippe never stops! After the recording of his new CD with Harmonia Mundi and a European tour in June, the cellist is on the road of festivals all month. On the 12th, he is performing in Paris with David Grimal and Tanguy de Williencourt, on the 13th in Colmar with Aurèle Marthan and Ekaterina Kornishina, on the 14th in Barcelona with Jérôme Ducros, on the 24th in Uzès with Tanguy de Williencourt, on the 26th in Gavaudun with Louise Salmona, Julien Dieudegard, Léa Hennino, Marie Chilemme and Yann Levionnois, and on the 28th in Agen for a solo recital.

The Quatuor Arod on tour

The Quatuor Arod is returning to the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence. The quartet is on tour in the Aix area from July 3rd to the 5th, and is giving a concert on the 8th in Aix-en-Provence, where it is performing notably Schoenberg’s Second Quartet. July 2018 is also the month of the quartet’s North American’s debuts. The musicians are giving a masterclass and a concert at the Festival de Lanaudière in Québec, in a program consisting of Haydn, Webern and Schumann.

Thibaut Garcia on tour in France and in Italy

Thibaut Garcia returns at the Festival Radio France in Montpellier on July 13 and 14, along with his scene partner, soprano Anaïs Constans, in a Spanish recital. He is also in recital in France and Italy in July: on the 6th at the Escapades Musicales, on the 8th at the Quatuor Debussy Festival, for a concert with flutist Philippe Bernold, and a second one with violinist Michael Guttman. From the 16th to the 20th he is performing in Italy, in the Parma area, and he is giving a final concert on the 29th at the Musicales de Kercorb.

Maxime Pascal in Berlin

Maxime Pascal makes his Staatsoper Berlin debuts in July. He is conducting again the opera Ti vedo, ti sento, mi perdo by Salvatore Sciarrino, which he conducted for the World Premiere in November 2017 at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan. Along with stage director Jürgen Flimm, he is conducting the singers Laura Aikin, Charles Workman, Otto Katzameier, Sonia Grané… Next performances on July 7, 9, 11, 13 and 15 2018.

Marc Minkowski conducts Don Giovanni at the Covent Garden

Marc Minkowski returns at the Covent Garden, where he inaugurates the Summer 2018 season of the Royal Opera House. He conducts Mariusz Kwiecień, Ildebrando D’Arcangelo, Rachel Willis-Sørensen, Pavol Breslik, Hrachuhi Bassenz in the iconic Mozart’s Don Giovanni, staged by Kasper Holten. Next performances on July 3, 6, 9, 12 and 17.

Anne Gastinel in China

Anne Gastinel is part of the jury of the Schoenfeld Competition, which is an international violin and cello competition taking place in Harbin, China. As part of this project, she is performing with Harbin Symphony Orchestra and is giving a recital at the Harbin Concert Hall on July 26 along with pianist Dmitriy Cogan, in a program which consists of works by Schubert, Beethoven, Debussy and Franck.

Pierre Dumoussaud on French tour

Pierre Dumoussaud is on French tour in July. He conducts Karine Deshayes (Charlotte), Jean-François Borras (Werther), and Jean-Sébastien Bou (Albert) as well as the Les Forces Majeures Orchestra in Werther by Jules Massenet, on July 22 at the Opéra de Vichy. On July 28 he conducts the Orchestre Symphonique de Musique en Ré, in Mendelssohn’s Symphony n°3, as well as the violinist Sarah Nemtanu in Paganini’s Violin Concerto n°2.

Shani Diluka returns at the Festival La Roque d’Anthéron

Shani Diluka is starting a collaboration with the Orchestre de Chambre de Paris, under the baton of Ben Glassberg, first prize of the Besançon International Competition for Young Conductors 2017. They are recording the Concerto in D minor by CPE Bach, which they are also performing at the Festival de La Roque d’Anthéron on July 24, as well as WA Mozart’s Piano Concerto n°20 in D minor, marking Shani Diluka’s return in this great festival.

Jupiter at the Festival de Saintes

After its triumphant debuts at the Würzburg and Saint Denis Festivals, Jupiter – the ensemble founded by Thomas Dunford – is giving its Vivaldi program again, along with Lea Desandre, for the overture of the Festival de Saintes, in the abbey of the Abbaye aux Dames, on July 13.


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