L' Orchestre de la LUCERNE FESTIVAL ACADEMY à Paris

Orchestre de la LUCERNE FESTIVAL ACADEMY | Gergely Madaras

Stockhausen

ven. 14 sept.20h30

Philharmonie de Paris

Vergangenes Konzert


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12/9-22/10 2018

 

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    L' Orchestre de la LUCERNE FESTIVAL ACADEMY à Paris

    Orchestre de la LUCERNE FESTIVAL ACADEMY | Gergely Madaras

    Gergely Madaras  direction
    Jamil Attar  mimes danseurs
    Emmanuelle Grach  mimes danseurs
    Karlheinz Stockhausen (1928–2007)
    INORI. Adoration pour deux solistes et grand orchestre

    « La nouvelle fonction de la musique doit être religieuse », proclamait Stock-hausen dès ses jeunes années. Mais c’est seulement dans les années 1970, conforté par sa rencontre avec l’Extrême-Orient et le bouddhisme zen, qu’il donne à son œuvre une orientation spirituelle… et agace ses confrères avant-gardistes obnubilés par la dimension politique de l’art. Dans Inori, un mot japonais signifiant prière, invocation, deux mimes danseurs trônent sur un échafaudage au-dessus d’un orchestre de quatre-vingt-neuf musiciens. De là, ils accompagnent la musique par des gestes de prière que Stockhausen a empruntés à diverses religions et pour lesquels il a imaginé une notation particulière. Apprendre l’enchaînement de ces gestes demande du temps. Les deux jeunes couples de danseurs se préparent ainsi depuis l’été 2017 pour les deux concerts de Lucerne, sous la direction d’Alain Louafi et de Kathinka Pasveer qui avaient travaillé étroitement avec le compositeur.

    Orchestre de la LUCERNE FESTIVAL ACADEMY

    In 2003, the composer and conductor Pierre Boulez and Festival Executive and Artistic Director Michael Haefliger founded the LUCERNE FESTIVAL ACADEMY: an educational institution for music of the 20th and 21st centuries that is internationally unique. Each summer, highly talented young musicians from all around the world come together here for the opportunity to study in depth and then to perform contemporary scores and classics of modern music. Almost 1,200 graduates have taken part in the Academy over the past fifteen years, many of whom have attended for several summers. The German composer Wolfgang Rihm has been in charge of artistic leadership since 2016, with Matthias Pintscher serving as Principal Conductor. They are supported by internationally acclaimed performers of contemporary music who work as instrumental coaches. The orchestral and ensemble concerts for 2018 focus on the works of Karlheinz Stockhausen, including performances of such pieces as Inori and Gruppen; for the latter, the Academy Orchestra joins forces with the London Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Pintscher, Sir Simon Rattle, and Duncan Ward. They will give the world premiere of Peter Eötvös’s new score Reading Malevich and will also present works by Kurtág, Bella, Zimmermann, Nono, and composer-in-residence Fritz Hauser. The Composer Seminar is being led for the third time this year, in which young composers discuss their works with Wolfgang Rihm, Dieter Ammann, and other guests and rehearse them with selected LUCERNE FESTIVAL ALUMNI. A Conducting Fellowship offers scholarship holders the opportunity to follow along in the Academy’s work. The Orchestra of the LUCERNE FESTIVAL ACADEMY is once again participating this summer in the “Special Event Day” and appears in the “40min” series as well.

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    Gergely Madaras

    Born in Budapest in 1984, Gergely Madaras is Music Director of the Orchestre Dijon Bourgogne, Chief Conductor of the Savaria Symphony Orchestra in his native Hungary and Music Director Designate of the Orchestre Philharmonique Royal de Liège, beginning his inaugural three season tenure in September 2019. He regularly appears as a guest conductor on stage and in the recording studio with leading orchestras such as the BBC Symphony Orchestra and BBC Philharmonic, the Orchestra of the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della RAI, Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Münchener Kammerorchester and Academy of Ancient Music, and has also conducted the Philharmonia Orchestra in their “Music of Today” series. Further afield, Gergely has worked with the Houston, Melbourne and Queensland Symphony Orchestras as well as with the Auckland Philharmonia. Highlights of the 2018/19 season include Gergely’s debut with the Filarmonica della Scala opening the 2018 Milano Musica Festival, as well as his debut at the Paris Philharmonie with the Orchestra of the LUCERNE FESTIVAL ACADEMY in a production of Stockhausen’s INORI. This season also marks appearances with the Hallé Orchestra, Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg, Orchestre National de Montpellier and BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. Further ahead Gergely makes his debut with the Netherlands Philharmonic and Norwegian Radio Orchestras. Equally establishing a distinguished operatic repertoire, he has appeared at the English National Opera, Dutch National Opera and Hungarian State Opera, and returns to the Grand Théâtre de Genève in December for Viva la Mamma. While grounded in the traditional classic and romantic repertoire, Gergely Madaras is an advocate of Bartók, Kodály and Dohnányi, and also maintains a close relationship with new music, closely collaborating with composers Pierre Boulez, George Benjamin and Peter Eötvös.

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    Jamil Attar

    Jamil Attar, who was born in 1993 in France, studied contemporary dance and ballet at the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse in Lyon while also completing his training as a jazz percussionist at the École Nationale de Musique, Danse et Art Dramatique de Villeurbanne. He acquired his initial experiences at the Junior Ballet Lyon, touring France with them and presenting such works as his own dance piece Henya. He has taken part in productions by Giorgio Mancini Ballet (Mozart per Gioco) and in projects with Mitia Fedotenko and the Belgian choreographer Wim Vandekeybus and presented his own production Artificial Landscape Project in 2014 in Geneva. In May, Attar performed the part of the Lucifer dancer in Stockhausen’s DONNERSTAG aus LICHT under Peter Eötvös in Hamburg. He will appear in INORI in September in Paris and will also accompany Harris Gekas and his company Strates on a tour in the 2018-19 season.

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    Emmanuelle Grach

    The French dancer and choreographer Emmanuelle Grach was born in 1987 in Caen. She was only six when she began her training at the regional conservatory of Boulogne-Billancourt, initially in classical and later also in contemporary dance, which she continued at the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse in Paris, starting in 2004,  with Susan Alexander, Peter Goss, and Joëlle Mazet among her teachers. After graduating in 2009, she formed her own company, Nevermind, with which she won first prize at the Les Synodales Choreography Competition in Sens. She was also among the finalists at the 2010 Concours Danse Élargie. Emmanuelle Grach has worked with such groups as the ensemble Le Balcon, with whom she performed Peter Eötvös’s opera of the same name, and has taken part in performances of Stockhausen’s DONNERSTAG aus LICHT as the Michael dancer at the Theater Basel (2016) and in Hamburg (2018).

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