Homage to Lorca

Lyric show

CREATION & STAGING Damien Caille-Perret

DRAMATURGY Laure Bonnet

PIANO & MUSICAL DIRECTOR Nicolas Chesneau 



  • DISTRIBUTION 

    SOPRANO Natalia Labourdette
    GUITARS Thomas Keck
    ACTOR Vladislav Galard
    DANCER Rosabel Huguet
    LIVE PAINTER Gaël Davrinche

    With the participation of the "Maîtrise de Dijon" choir members

  • PROGRAMME 

    FEDERICO GARCÍA LORCA (1898-1936)
    Canciones españolas antiguas (extraits)
    Anda Jaleo
    Los cuatro generales (pastiche républicain de Los cuatro muleros)
    Las morillas de Jaén
    Sevillanas des Siglo XVIII
    Los Pelegrinitos
    Romance de Don Boyso

    MANUEL DE FALLA (1876-1946)
    Siete canciones populares españolas (1914 - extrait)
    Asturiana
    Jota
    Polo

    FRANCIS POULENC (1899-1963)
    Trois chansons de Federico García Lorca (1947 - extrait)
    Chanson de l’oranger sec

    JULIÁN BAUTISTA (1901-1961)
    Tres Ciudades (1937 - extraits)
    Malagueña
    Barrio de Córdoba

    FEDERICO MOMPOU (1893-1987)
    Combat del somni (1942-48)
    Damunt de tu nomes les flors
    Jos et pressentia com la mar
    Fes me la vida transparent

    XAVIER MONTSALVATGE (1912-2002)
    Canciones para niños (1953 - extraits)
    Paisaje
    Cancion Tonta

    LEONARD COHEN (1934-2016)
    Take this Waltz (1988)
    et des oeuvres instrumentales de Johann Sebastian Bach, Manuel de Falla, Isaac Albeniz, Maurice Ohana, Claude Debussy, Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco…

This concert is an homage to a poet who remains one of the most intimately anchored in the heart of the Spanish: Federico García Lorca. Around his poems and texts, the 12 Spanish songs that he composed for voice and piano, the evening will present all forms of artistic expression, from dance to painting, to celebrate the poetic and human commitment of the artist.

The Dijon Opera has called upon stage director & designer Damien Caille-Perret (Orphée & Eurydice 2017, The Ring in 2013 at the Dijon Opera) reader and long-time admirer of the poet, and Nicolas Chesneau (Curlew River in 2016) as musical director: emotion is on the programme. 

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Grand Théâtre
  • March 2018
    • Saturday 03 at 20:00
Price C
From 5€ to 33€
Duration
1h45 without intermission

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