The voyage: major symphonies and arias, by Jordi Savall
A concert by Jordi Savall put on as part of the partnership with the Berlioz Festival at the Royal Saltworks.
Between the astonishing grand orchestra Symphony in D major by Arriaga, who died at the age of 20, and the 4th ‘Italian’ symphony by Mendelssohn, Jordi Savall and the Concert des Nations make an incursion into Berlioz’s repertoire. Two works rarely performed: La Belle Voyageuse, a melody based on a poem by Thomas Moore, for mezzo-soprano and orchestra and Zaïde, a melody in the form of a bolero (with castanets!), based on a poem by Roger de Beauvoir, for soprano and orchestra.
Seven institutions of the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region have joined together to present the first large retrospective on Charles Belle in France. These 7 places will offer different, cross-cutting perspectives on this artist’s considerable body of work. Echoing the opening of the Immense circle, the exhibition at the Royal Saltworks is a key event in the retrospective […]