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Saturday, July 04, 2020

Béla Bartók - "Bluebeard's Castle (Radio Philh. Orch)" [Classical]

Bluebeard's Castle (Radio Philh. Orch)

"Bluebeard's Castle (Radio Philh. Orch)" music video by Béla Bartók
Added: 04-07-2020
Genre : Classical
Description : Béla Bartók: Blauwbaards burcht - Radio Filharmonisch Orkest & Karina Canellakis - The Crazy Project

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The Crazy Project: classical music like you've never seen before. In this unique version of The AVROTROS Friday Concerto you see and hear classical music in a totally different and surprising way. Up close, with stunning lighting and filmed like a Hollywood production. The Radio Philharmonic Orchestra and Karina Canellakis perform two pieces by Adams and Bartók.

On the musical program:
Béla Bartók - Bluebeard's Castle (opera in 1 act, edited by Eberhard Kloke)

The musicians:
Radio Philharmonic Orchestra
Karina Canellakis [conductor / artistic director]
Rinat Shaham [mezzo soprano]
Gabor Bretz [bass]

Great Hall of TivoliVredenburg, Utrecht, The Netherlands

Artistic director: Karina Canellakis
Director: Henk van Engen
Musical director: Ron Ford
Production: Ronald Kok, Manon Tuynman
Light design: Henk-Jan van Beek / Light-H-Art
Light facilities: Ampco Flashlight
Flashlight: Roy Aarninkhof
Camera's: NEP / Luc IJpelaar
TivoliVredenburg: Luc Wouters
Floor manager: Frank Baarda
Score advisor: Bas Wielenga
Editor in chief AVROTROS: Anja van Keulen

Tags : 2020, 20s, Béla Bartók