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Amel Brahim-Djelloul at the Philharmonie de Paris with Pasdeloup Orchestra and Franck Tortiller !

Join Amel Brahim-Djelloul on 10 February at 3pm at the Philharmonie de Paris for the Ballades Musicales, with Pasdeloup Orchestra and Franck Tortiller.

"Peer Gynt remains Grieg's most popular work. Inspired by Ibsen, this major figure in Norwegian music composed a luminous score that contrasts with the dark visions of Mussorgsky's Tableaux d'une exposition.

The softness of Au matin, the painful intensity of La Mort d’Åase, the finesse of Danse d’Anitra, the outburst of Dans l’antre du roi de la montagne : the four pieces that make up Peer Gynt Suite No. 1 are dazzling. After a selection of melodies graced by the freshness of Amel Brahim-Djelloul's voice, it's time for Mussorgsky's Tableaux d’une exposition, inspired by the works of his friend the painter Hartmann: a phantasmagorical stroll in which the composer's often dark imagination works wonders. While Ravel's orchestration remains the most frequently performed, the original piano score has inspired other musicians, such as Franck Tortiller, who combines his work with that of the creator of the Boléro."

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