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Saturday May 1 | DEAUVILLE
Elie-de-Brignac room

25th Easter Festival: Gustav Mahler, Olivier Greif, Franz Schubert

Schedules

20:30

Convenient

Free

After the "Saint-Jean Passion" in 2019 at the Festival, Thomas Stimmel returns to Deauville for the tribute to Olivier Greif who died in 2000. Revisited by Brahms, Reger, Offenbach and Kloke, the most famous Lieder by Schubert and Mahler will be a happy counterpoint to the tragic and epic climate of the symphony with voice and the quadruple concerto "Dance of the Dead" by Olivier Greif. This program will be directed by Pierre Dumoussaud.

In tribute to Professor Yves Pouliquen, from the Académie Française.
With the sponsorship of the Singer-Polignac Foundation.

GUSTAV MAHLER (1860-1911)
Rückert-Lieder for voice and orchestra (1905)
Arrangement for bedroom ensemble by Eberhard Kloke

OLIVIER GREIF (1950-2000)
Symphony for baritone and orchestra (1997)

FRANZ SCHUBERT (1797-1828)
Memnon for voice and orchestra D. 541
Orchestration by Johannes Brahms
Ständchen (Schwanengesang) for voice and orchestra D. 957
Orchestration by Jacques Offenbach
Erlkönig for voice and orchestra D. 328 opus 1
Orchestration by Max Reger

OLIVIER GREIF
Quadruple concerto "Dance of the Dead"
for piano, violin, viola, cello and orchestra (1998)

THOMAS STIMMEL baritone
PIERRE FOUCHENNERET violin
LISE BERTHAUD viola
YAN LEVIONNOIS cello
PHILIPPE HATTAT piano
THE FRESCO wind ensemble
THE MUSIC WORKSHOP
PIERRE DUMOUSSAUD direction

For its 25th edition, the Easter Festival has planned a digital and radio retransmission of five concerts which will be played behind closed doors in Deauville.
To see or hear the concerts, log in on the day and at the time of the concert on the Festival website ou our Facebook page. The concerts are also broadcast live on the webradio Music.Watercolor.

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