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Playlist of Thank You, Ludovic Morlot!

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  • Debussy: Sirènes / Ludovic Morlot & Seattle Symphony

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    Ludovic Morlot leads the Seattle Symphony in Sirènes (Sirens) from Claude Debussy's Nocturnes at Benaroya Hall. #ListenBoldly

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  • Classical Conductors Ludovic Morlot & Robert Spano at the Aspen Music Festival

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    GRAMMY-winning conductors Ludovic Morlot and Robert Spano took a moment at the Aspen Music Festival to speak about classical music today. Morlot, music director of the Seattle Symphony, and Spano, music director of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and music director at the Aspen Music Festival & School, spoke about the impact of winning a GRAMMY Award, the excitement of performing new and commissioned works, and the American Academy of Conducting at Aspen.

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  • Radio Filharmonisch Orkest | Kaija Saariahos Trans met Lavinia Meijer | NTR ZaterdagMatinee

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    In het harpconcert 'Trans' schildert de Finse componiste Kaija Saariaho een sprookjesachtige klankwereld van flonkerende tokkeltonen, gonzende snaren en wervelende glissandi. Op 1 december speelt Lavinia Meijer de Nederlandse première van dit kleurrijke werk in de NTR ZaterdagMatinee, samen met het Radio Filharmonisch Orkest o.l.v. Ludovic Morlot.

    Programma
    Mendelssohn - Ouverture Midzomernachtsdroom
    Saariaho - Trans (NP)
    Stravinsky - De vuurvogel

    Radio Filharmonisch Orkest o.l.v. Ludovic Morlot
    Lavinia Meijer - harp

    NTR ZaterdagMatinee
    1 december 2018, 14.15 u, Het Concertgebouw Amsterdam
    Live te luisteren op NPO Radio 4

  • Bartok Violin Duos | Joshua Weilerstein and Friends

    45:09

    Bela Bartok's 44 Violin Duos are a masterpiece of simplicity, fun, and beauty, written for violinists of all ages and levels.

    This project was inspired by the 2020 COVID-19 Lockdown/Quarantine. As musicians, we are hard-wired to want to perform together, and this became impossible over the first months of the quarantine. #socialduoing was designed to bridge that gap. 44 different violinists from 10 different countries participated. Thank you to Bing Wang, Guy Braunstein, Gershon Gerchikov, Robyn Bollinger, Miki Sophia-Cloud, Jennifer Gilbert, Sharon Cohen, Matilda Kaul, Aleksey Igudesman, Sasha Kazovsky, Ludovic Morlot, Karen Gomyo, Sean Lee, Gyula Stuller, Alan Gilbert, Paul Biss, Soovin Kim, Sarah Christian, Jennifer Pike, Sarah Peters, Shanshan Yao, Jenna Sherry, Kristopher Tong, Thelma Handy, Annie Fullard, Elise Batnes, Lucy Chapman, Noah Bendix-Balgley, Jennifer Koh, Luke Hsu, Tessa Lark, Ling Ling Huang, Francesca DiPasquale, Qianqian Li, Dorothy Ro, François Sochard, Miriam Fried, Mari Sato, Kyu-Young Kim, Steven Copes, Alexi Kenney, Philippe Quint, Ying Xue, and Donald Weilerstein for their wonderful playing and enthusiasm!

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  • Piano Top Facial Expressions of Famous Pianists #1

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    This video is a collection of the most fabulous moments of the best piano artists. I created it just for fun and I hope that you will enjoy it.

    The second part of this video is here (NO ASIAN VERSION maybe)



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    Below is the list of artists appeared in this video:

    1. Yuja Wang - Paraphrase on Mozart’s Alla Turca


    Yuja Wang is a Chinese classical pianist. She was born in Beijing, began studying piano there at age six, and went on to study at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing

    2. Dmitry Shishkin – Fantasy-impromptu in C sharp minor Op. 66


    Born on 12 February 1992, in Chelyabinsk, he was first taught piano by his mother, a teacher and pianist. By the age of two, he could already play short works, he gave his first concert aged three and performed with orchestra three years later.

    3. Kate Liu – Sonata in B minor Op. 58


    Kate Liu is a Chinese-American classical pianist. On October 20, 2015 she won the third prize and the Polish Radio Award for the best performance of mazurka in the 17th International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw, Poland

    4. Chi Ho Han – Polonaise in A flat major Op. 53


    Chi-Ho Han is a South Korean pianist. He has won the 10th Seoul International Music Competition, 2nd Prize in ARD international music competition in Munich.

    5. Lang Lang - Mozart Turkish March


    Lang Lang is a popular Chinese concert pianist who has performed with leading orchestras in Europe, the United States and his native China.

    6. Seong-Jin Cho – Sonata B flat minor Op. 35


    Seong-Jin Cho is a South Korean pianist. In 2015 he won the XVII International Chopin Piano Competition.

    7. Uchida - Mozart Concerto for piano and Orchestra (d-minor) K.466


    Dame Mitsuko Uchida is a classical pianist and conductor, born in Japan and naturalised in Britain, particularly noted for her interpretations of Mozart and Schubert.

    8. Yeol Eum Son - Mozart Piano Concerto No. 21, K.467


    Yeol Eum Son is a South Korean classical pianist. She first drew international attention when she appeared as a soloist with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Lorin Maazel in 2004.

    9. Aimi Kobayashi - Mozart Piano Concerto 26


    Aimi Kobayashi is a Japanese classical pianist. She lived in Ube, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan until February 2007 and later in Tokyo, started learning the piano at the age of three.

    10. Aimi Kobayashi – Piano Concerto in E minor Op. 11


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  • Finlandia sing-along: The Seattle Symphony, Thomas Dausgaard, and Seattle’s Nordic communities

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    Seattle’s Nordic communities join the Seattle Symphony and Principal Guest Conductor Thomas Dausgaard for Finlandia sing-along.

    Special thanks to the Nordic community choirs who participated in the performance of Finlandia with the Seattle Symphony and Seattle Symphony Chorale on March 13, 2015 as part of our Symphony Untuxted Series: the NW Nordic Ladies' Chorus, the Finnish Choral Society, the Norwegian Ladies Chorus of Seattle, the Norwegian Male Chorus, the Svea Male Chorus of Seattle, and the Swedish Women's Chorus of Seattle. Hearing Finlandia with these choirs was an unforgettable experience.

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  • Aspen Music Festival and School: Share the Dream

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    Share the hope, share the journey, share the dream.

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  • Nathan Chan Takes You on Tour with the Seattle Symphony!

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    Seattle Symphony Cellist Nathan Chan takes you behind the scenes on our spring tour of California and Nevada! #TourBoldly

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  • THE BIGGEST MUSIC FESTIVAL EVER | My Aspen Experience

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    The Aspen Music Festival is like the Mecca of music festivals. I had a blast at Aspen, but not all students go through the same experience because it is a big festival. I want to share with you guys about my time at Aspen!

    Information on the Aspen Music Festival: there are over 600 students that attend Aspen and they are from all over the world. It is also one of the most popular and mainstream music festivals.

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  • Lili Boulanger: Dun matin de printemps / Cristian Măcelaru and Seattle Symphony

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    Written in the final year of her life, Lili Boulanger's D'un matin de printemps is a masterful tone poem conveying the pleasure and promise of a spring morning. Boulanger was the first woman to win the Prix de Rome for composition in 1913, but her career was tragically cut short when she passed away at age 24.

    Cristian Măcelaru, conductor
    Seattle Symphony

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  • PAN AFRICAN PEOPLES ARKESTRA @ LACMA KING DAY 2011 by ANNA FISHER pt 2 of 2

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    PAN AFRICAN PEOPLES ARKESTRA @ LACMA KING DAY 2011 by ANNA FISHER pt 2 of 2

    Horace Tapscott (RIP), Founder

    Los Angeles County Museum of Art

    Monday, January 17, 2011

    director: MICHAEL SESSIONS

    choral director: DWIGHT TRIBLE

    vocal soloists: Waberi Jordan & Maia

    video: ANNA FISHER

    © 2011 MOLIN MUSIC


    (UNCUT using KODAK EASY SHARE 7.1 MP Digital Camera with one step base, imac, iphoto, youtube, facebook, inspired by the worlds' children. After this, I stashed the camera for an hour or so and danced with MANY PRINCESSES! Am looking forward to the videos of others of which I worked around MANY! This band has a mission and a vision and they are diligent soul jahs! There were SO many to say 'hello' to and hug but I saw you and am seeing you HERE! Thank you SO MUCH, MICHAL SESSIONS for keeping the spirit moving always in a forward and positive direction. Heading out, I KNEW it would be 80 something degrees and i was going to wish to dance. Was sure to be giving lots of hugs and YES children would be there but it is an ART MUSEUM!!! THUS my OUTRAGEOUS ATTIRE! Was raised in the MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS on NORMAN THE DOOR MAN, carried on the tradition with my own two children and use ART in classroom instruction each and every day getting remarkable results and HAPPY KIDS! Best of all, being an example for what I LOVE and being MYSELF and thanks to CHARLES WRIGHT, knowing I have the RIGHT to EXPRESS YOURSELF, made ALL the DIFFERENCE when my first walls came crashing down as ARTISTS must DARE TO BE DIFFERENT. This place was full of THEM!!! So many TEARS SHED and genuine HUGS and KISSES EXPRESSED. My FAVORITE PART WAS THE CONCLUSION, I was busy dancing so I'll return one day soon with the links to the PROFESSIONALS P.O.V. Point Of View)

    Thank you mom, Charlotte 'Terrie' Anthony Sawyer Bonfanti Fish Lacey, my MOM whom I cannot thank enough for always being there for me to face the music. Thank you, dad, Joseph 'Joe' Joey' Kadish Fish for always being there for me musically and in harmony, one heartbeat away, through death in 1992, have fully overstood what commitment truly is regarding children. My children, their father, my students, THESE ARTISTS & MUSICIANS, their CHILDREN, OUR CHILDREN, OUR GLOBAL VILLAGE! Celebrate LIFE, this event was FREE! Wished I could've stayed to see the special exhibit sponsored the entire day by TARGET.

    Michael Sessions Family, Nate Morgan Family, Dwight Trible, Balysooriyas Family, Rembert James, Melanie Polk, AZAR LAWRENCE, WABERI, MAIA, the CHOIR, here's their link on FACEBOOK:

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    Give thanks to all JAH YOUTH, life is what you MAKE IT!


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  • 058 Stefan Jackiw: Overcoming Injury

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    In this episode, international soloist Stefan Jackiw talks to us about his journey overcoming a serious injury. He tells us how he got injured, the steps he took to heal, the mental impact it had on him, and how he stays injury free.

    He also elaborates on:

    What his musicology studies brought to his playing What collaborating with other musicians mean to him Establishing strong fundamentals on the instrument How he maximizes his practice time His injury story: How it happened Facing the stigma attached to being an injured musician The mental impact it had on him and the new mindsets he developed as a result The reflection he did, the changes he implemented and how he overcame it How he modified his setup and technique as a result How he remains injury free The very important concept of surrendering in practicing How our level of stress and the amount of pressure we tolerate affects our playing How to plan practice



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    Stefan Jackiw is one of America’s foremost violinists, captivating audiences with playing that combines poetry and purity with an impeccable technique. Hailed for playing of uncommon musical substance that is “striking for its intelligence and sensitivity” (Boston Globe), Jackiw has appeared as soloist with the Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, New York, Philadelphia, and San Francisco symphony orchestras, among others.

    This season, he will re-unite with Juraj Valcuha to make his debut with the Konzerthaus Orchestra Berlin performing Korngold’s Violin Concerto. He also returns performing Stravinsky to the Bournemouth Symphony with Kirill Karabits, the Helsinki Philharmonic with Hans Graf, and the RTÉ National Symphony in Dublin with Leonard Slatkin. Other highlights include performances with the San Diego Symphony and Rafael Payare, the Indianapolis and Baltimore Symphonies with David Danzmayr, and the Omaha Symphony. In recital, Stefan continues touring the complete Ives Sonatas with Jeremy Denk, with whom he has recorded the sonatas for future release on Nonesuch Records. He also appears on tour with harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani, exploring works for violin and harpsichord and featuring a new commission by Lester St. Louis, and continues to perform alongside pianist Conrad Tao and cellist Jay Campbell as part of the Junction Trio, with stops this season in Massachusetts, Washington D.C., Ohio, California, Texas, New Mexico, Florida, and more.

    Highlights of recent seasons include his debut with the Cleveland Orchestra and Juraj Valcuha, with whom he also re-united for performances in Dallas, Detroit, and Luxembourg; performances of Prokofiev's Second Violin Concerto at Carnegie Hall with Mikhail Pletnev, as part of a multi-city tour with the Russian National Orchestra; as well as performances with the St. Louis Symphony under Nicholas McGegan, the Minnesota Orchestra under Ilyich Rivas, the Rotterdam Philharmonic under Yannick Nézet-Séguin, the Indianapolis Symphony under Krzysztof Urbanski, and the Pittsburgh Symphony under Valčuha. Other highlights in Europe included his performances with the Netherlands Radio Symphony and Ludovic Morlot at the Concertgebouw. In Asia, Stefan has appeared with the Tokyo Symphony at Suntory Hall under the direction of Krzysztof Urbanski, and the Seoul Philharmonic under Venzago. He has also toured Korea, playing chamber music with Gidon Kremer and Kremerata Baltica. In Australia, Stefan toured with the Australian Chamber Orchestra play-directing Mendelssohn. He also gave the world premiere of American composer David Fulmer’s Violin Concerto No 2 “Jubilant Arcs”, written for him and commissioned by the Heidelberg Festival with the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie under Matthias Pintscher....

  • Thank You, Ludovic Morlot!

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    A little gift to you. Ludovic Morlot leads the Seattle Symphony in his final encore as Music Director — Strauss' Mondscheinmusik (“Moonlight Music”). #ListenBoldly

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  • Backstage with Ludovic Morlot

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  • Topi Lehtipuu - Il mio tesoro - Mozarts Don Giovanni - La Monnaie, Ludovic Morlot

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    Photo by Monika Rittershaus (detail). Don Ottavio's aria. La Monnaie Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Ludovic Morlot. Recorded live in December 2014 at La Monnaie, Brussels. Dear COPYRIGHT HOLDER, if you have any problems with this being on YouTube, please contact me, and I will remove it immediately. Thank you!
    * Mr Lehtipuu's rather unusual interpretation of this aria is probably due to the stage director's Krzysztof Warlikowski's reading who obviously wanted Don Ottavio to be rather strong, sarcastic and disillusioned, and to sing this aria directly to Donna Anna in a not-so-gentle, even furious manner while she is lying sparsely clad on a table. In my opinion, Mr Lehtipuu ventures to do a balancing act between his stage directions and that which Mozart/ da Ponte wrote.

    Il mio tesoro intanto
    Meantime go and
    andate a consolar,
    console my dearest one,
    E del bel ciglio il pianto
    and seek to dry the tears
    cercate di asciugar.
    from her lovely eyes.
    Ditele che i suoi torti
    Tell her that I have gone
    a vendicar io vado;
    to avenge her wrongs,
    Che sol di stragi e morti
    and will return only as the messenger
    nunzio vogl'io tornar.
    of punishment and death.

    Translation by Camila Argolo Freitas Batista (camila@infonet.com.br)

  • Topi Lehtipuu - Dalla sua pace - Mozarts Don Giovanni - La Monnaie, Ludovic Morlot

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    Don Ottavio's aria. La Monnaie Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Ludovic Morlot. Recorded live in December 2014 at La Monnaie, Brussels. Dear COPYRIGHT HOLDER, if you have any problems with this being on YouTube, please contact me, and I will remove it immediately. Thank you!

    PS: The noise is due to the fact that he throws some sofa cussions against the wall and on the floor.

    Dalla sua pace la mia dipende;
    On her peace of mind depends mine too,
    Quel che a lei piace vita mi rende,
    what pleases her gives life to me,
    Quel che le incresce morte mi dà.
    what grieves her wounds me to the heart.
    S'ella sospira, sospiro anch'io;
    If she sighs, I sigh with her;
    È mia quell'ira, quel pianto è mio;
    her anger and her sorrow are mine,
    E non ho bene, s'ella non l'ha.
    and joy I cannot know unless she share it.

    Translation by Camila Argolo Freitas Batista (camila@infonet.com.br)

  • Soundbites: Verdis Requiem with Ludovic Morlot

    2:10

    It's so powerful - the sheer sound the orchestra and chorus produce.

    Watch for a SNEAK PEEK of Verdi's heart-pounding, hair-raising Requiem, plus more soundbites from Ludovic Morlot.

    Concerts start tonight!

  • Thank you, Taylor Swift!

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    Thank you, Taylor!


    The Seattle Symphony has received a major donation in the amount of $50,000 from recording artist Taylor Swift, in support of the future of the orchestra’s musicians and musicians of the future.

    Swift’s donation to the Seattle Symphony will support two signature programs, Link Up: Seattle Symphony, which will reach over 12,000 third through fifth graders this year, and the musicians’ pension fund.

    Inspired by listening to the orchestra’s 2014 recording of John Luther Adams’ Become Ocean (Available now on Apple Music/iTunes: Swift wrote to Music Director Ludovic Morlot to express her appreciation to the musicians who recorded the music. “I was thrilled to hear that Taylor was moved by Become Ocean, like all of us at the Seattle Symphony,” Morlot said. “This is a powerful piece with a unique soundscape. We’re especially thankful that she wishes to support our musicians, and that she shares our belief that all people should be able to experience symphonic music.”

    In her letter to Morlot, Swift also praised the beauty of the composition, the musicianship of the orchestra and reminisced about going to hear her local symphony with her grandmother and how important the experience was to her.

  • Seattle Symphony Music Director Designate Ludovic Morlot Rehearses the Orchestra

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    SNEAK PEEK! Newly named Seattle Symphony Music Director Designate Ludovic Morlot rehearses Seattle Symphony in October 2009. Visit for more on the Symphony's next Music Director!

  • Stravinsky: Persephone / Ludovic Morlot and Seattle Symphony

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    Stravinsky's Persephone was transformed into a night of stunning beauty in an innovative presentation combining puppetry and stage design by Michael Curry.

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    Recorded live at Benaroya Hall on Saturday, April 28, 2018.

    Ludovic Morlot, conductor
    Michael Curry, designer & staging director
    Kenneth Tarver, tenor
    Pauline Cheviller, narrator
    Anna Marra, dancer
    Henry Cotton, dancer
    Northwest Boychoir
    Brandon Woolley, assistant stage director & stage manager
    Seattle Symphony Chorale
    Seattle Symphony

    Masterworks Series Sponsor: Delta Airlines.
    Support for Stravinsky's Persephone is generously provided by the Judith Fong Music Director’s Fund.

    Special thanks to the Oregon Symphony for co-producing Stravinsky's Persephone.

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  • Sibelius: Symphony No. 2, Allegro moderato / Ludovic Morlot and Seattle Symphony

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    Sibelius: Symphony No. 2, Allegro moderato with Ludovic Morlot and the Seattle Symphony. Recorded live at Benaroya Hall on March 24, 2018.

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  • Ludovic Morlot and Christa Wessel in an Oregon Symphony Orchestra Concert Conversation

    27:19

    Maestro Morlot and All Classical On Air Host Christa Wessel discuss the Oregon Symphony's all-French agenda for this weekend. This is a conversation to delight and enchant any Francophile, or anyone who loves French music.

  • Rinat Shaham - Mi tradi quellalma ingrata - Mozart’s Don Giovanni - La Monnaie, Ludovic Morlot

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    La Monnaie Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Ludovic Morlot. Recorded live in December 2014 at La Monnaie, Brussels. Dear COPYRIGHT HOLDER, if you have any problems with this being on YouTube, please contact me, and I will remove it immediately. Thank you!

    In quali eccessi, o Numi,
    In what excesses, O Heavens,
    in quai misfatti orribili, tremendi
    In what horrible, terrible crimes
    è avvolto il sciagurato!
    The wretch has involved himself!
    Ah no! non puote tardar l'ira del cielo,
    Ah no! The wrath of Heaven cannot delay,
    la giustizia tardar.
    Justice cannot delay.

    Sentir già parmi la fatale saetta,
    I already sense the fatal bolt
    chi gli piomba sul capo!
    Which is falling on his head!
    Aperto veggio il baratro mortal!...
    I see the mortal abyss open!...
    Misera Elvira! che contrasto d'affetti
    Unhappy Elvira! what a conflict of feelings
    in sen ti nasce!
    Is born in your breast!
    Perchè questi sospiri?
    Why these sighs?
    e quest'ambascie?
    And these pains?

    Mi tradì quell'alma ingrata,
    That ungrateful soul betrayed me,
    Infelice, o Dio!, mi fa.
    O God, how unhappy he made me!
    Ma tradita e abbandonata,
    But, though betrayed and abandoned,
    Provo ancor per lui pietà.
    I still know pity for him.
    Quando sento il mio tormento,
    When I feel my suffering,
    Di vendetta il cor favella;
    My heart speaks of vengeance;
    Ma, se guardo il suo cimento,
    But when I see the danger he's in,
    Palpitando il cor mi va.
    My heart beats for him.

    Word-by-word translation by Jane Bishop, bishopj@citadel.edu

  • Saint-Saens Concerto No. 2 in G Minor Op. 22 Vijay Venkatesh, Piano

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    Saint-Saens Piano Concerto No.2 in G Minor Op. 22
    Vijay Venkatesh, Piano
    Ludovic Morlot, Conductor
    Seattle Symphony
    Live Performance from Benaroya Hall, Seattle, WA
    Top Prize Winner of the Seattle Symphony International Piano Competition

    “Venkatesh opened the concert with Saint-Saens’ Concerto No. 2, in a performance with the Seattle Symphony which demonstrated profound musicianship as well as an unobtrusive technique which emphasized the atmosphere of the work. There was never a careless note in his performance, every detail shaped with thought for its place in the work and judicious use of pedal so that clarity came through in beautiful legato passages, full of tenderness and lucidity. At the same time the last movement felt light and easy despite lightning speed. This listener wouldn’t hesitate to go and hear him again, thanks to this moving, insightful performance.” – Phillipa Kiraly, TheSunBreak | Seattle

    “The resonant, golden tone Vijay Venkatesh brought to the severe, Bach-like opening of the Saint-Saëns was admirable….Venkatesh sold me with his Saint-Saëns, genial, fluent, technically firm.” Gavin Borchert | Seattle Weekly September 2015

    I. Andante sostenuto (0:00)
    II. Allegro scherzando (11:05)
    III. Presto (16:39)

  • Ludovic Morlots Notes on the 2014-2015 Season

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    Music Director Ludovic Morlot discusses his favorite programs of the 2014-2015 season, including the Opening Night Concert & Gala, Dvorak's Final Three Symphonies, a Sibelius Festival and more!

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  • Morlot on Berlioz at Maximilien

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    Ludovic Morlot and Dave Beck talk Berlioz at Maximilien.

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    Ludovic Morlot, conductor
    Sylvie Brunet-Grupposo, mezzo-soprano
    Kenneth Tarver, tenor
    David Wilson-Johnson, baritone
    Seattle Symphony Chorale
    Seattle Symphony

    Berlioz: Roméo et Juliette, Op. 17

    Revel in the exquisite agony of Shakespeare’s star-crossed lovers as Ludovic Morlot leads the orchestra in Berlioz’s rarely performed masterwork Roméo et Juliette.

  • Mozarts Magic Flute in La Monnaie, 2005 I Karthäuser, Lehtipuu, René Jacobs

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    This production of Mozart's Zauberflöte always made me happy so I collected all the sound snippets that I could find on Youtube and combined them in chronological order to this clip. They are of varying quality though, and I sincerely beg your pardon for the ensuing sound problems, especially towards the middle of the clip. Some pieces are sadly missing too, like the ouverture, the choir scenes and Sarastro's arias. I hope that you can enjoy it anyway, and that it makes you happy like me. *** Dear COPYRIGHT HOLDER, if you have any problems with this being on YouTube, please contact me, and I will remove it immediately. Thank you!

    0:00 Der Vogelfänger bin ich ja (Papageno + 3 Damen)
    7:47 Dies Bildnis ist bezaubernd schön (Tamino)
    11:09 Oh zittre nicht, mein lieber Sohn (Königin)
    15:31 Hm, hm, hm, hm (Papageno, Tamino, Damen)
    20:59 Bei Männern, welche Liebe fühlen (Tamina, Papageno)
    23:34 Schnelle Füße, rascher Mut (Tamina, Papageno)
    27:51 Wie, wie, wie (Tamino, Papageno, Damen)
    30:44 Der Hölle Rache (Königin)
    33:57 Ach, ich fühl’, es ist verschwunden (Tamina)
    37:14 Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen (Papageno, Papagena)
    43:01 Tamino mein/ Tamina mein (Tamino, Tamina)
    49:20 Papagena, Papagena (Papageno, Knaben)
    54:41 Pa, Pa, Pa, Pa (Papageno, Papagena)

    Die Zauberflöte by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    N'Kosi Kaiser (Sarastro),
    Ana Camelia Stefanescu (Königin der Nacht),
    Topi Lehtipuu (Tamino),
    Sophie Karthäuser (Pamina),
    Stéphane Degout (Papageno),
    Céline Scheen (Papagena),
    Yves Saelens (Monostatos),
    Klara Ek (Erste Dame),
    Isabelle Everarts de Velp (Zweite Dame),
    Angélique Noldus (Dritte Dame),
    Edmund Toliver Zelotes (Sprecher)
    Orchestre Symphonique et Choeurs de la Monnaie de Bruxelles
    René Jacobs (musical direction)
    William Kentridge (stage direction and sets)
    Recorded at the Théâtre de la Monnaie in Brussels in 2005

    Painting: Michael Parkes; Flute Meditation
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  • 12 Short Pieces for Ludovic Morlot -- Opening Remarks -- Mesler, Rondolone, Metteer

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    12 Short Pieces For Ludovic Morlot -- Opening Remarks
    performed at the Seattle Symphony's Day Of Music, 9/18/11
    in honor of Ludovic Morlot's inaugural season
    as maestro of the Seattle Symphony
    Illsley Ball Nordstrom Recital Hall, Benaroya Hall, Seattle, WA
    Documented by Eduardo Sandoval, Jr.

    Tony Rondolone, soprano sax
    David Paul Mesler, piano
    Leigh Knowles Metteer, painter

    * * * * * DAVID PAUL MESLER * * * * *

    SITES:
    ALBUMS:
    PHOTOS:
    VIDEOS:

    PLAYED FOR: Presidents Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Ronald Reagan, and George W. Bush, Al Gore, Hillary Clinton, Steven Spielberg, Elizabeth Taylor, Paul Newman, Harrison Ford, Julie Harris, Tom Brokaw, Bill Gates, Paul Allen, Gene Kelly, Dudley Moore, The Brat Pack, governors from across the country (staff and casts of) Saturday Night Live, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, Living Single, Dynasty, WKRP In Cincinnati, Good Times, The Jeffersons, Different Strokes, Love American Style, Laugh-In, The Beverly Hillbillies, Gilligan's Island, Bewitched

    ON SAME BILL AS: Diane Schuur, Dr. John, The Manhattan Transfer, Harry Belafonte, Diahann Carroll, Burt Bacharach, Lionel Richie, Debbie Gibson, Dinah Shore, Andy Williams, Skitch Henderson, Philip Glass, Lyle Lovett, Bruce Hornsby, The Jackson 5, Sister Sledge, Barry Manilow, New York City Opera, X, Psychic TV, Nick Cave, Lydia Lunch, Jane's Addiction, Butthole Surfers, Julian Cope, Bob Hope, Victoria Jackson, Harvey Feinstein, Art Linklater, Senor Wences, Bob Eubanks, Garrison Keillor, Penn & Teller, The Capitol Steps, magicians from around the world, the Broadway casts of Phantom Of The Opera and Wicked

    FILMS: The Blind Side, Furry Vengeance, The Wrong Guy, Battlefield Earth, Eloise At The Plaza, Eloise At Christmastime, First Daughter, King Arthur, Sea Of Dreams, Finding Home, Dennis The Menace Strikes Again, The Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants, The Grudge 2 (with) Sandra Bullock, John Travolta, Julie Andrews, Brendan Fraser, Forest Whitaker, Kathy Bates, Michael Keaton, Brooke Shields, Dick Van Dyke, Tim McGraw, Genevieve Bujold, Louise Fletcher, Sonia Braga, Katie Holmes, Clive Owens, Kids In The Hall

    * * * * * TONY RONDOLONE * * * * *

    CREDITS INCLUDE: James Cotton, Muddy Waters, Wet Willie, Maria Muldaur, Albert King, Albert Collins, Gerry Bergonzi (saxophonist for Dave Brubeck), Mike Stern (guitarist for Miles Davis), Gabe Baltazar (saxophonist for Stan Kenton), Bobby Rodriguez and Familia, Laissez-Passez, Fred and Illyana, The Salsa Machine, Whiskey Howl Blues Band, Downchild Blues Band, Que Martin, Jim Bailey, John Rowles, Don Hoe, Andy Follette and the Bluescasters, Peggy Weid Quartet, Eddie and the Boys, Steve Lacey, Reggie Workman, Christophe Galliot, Mongo Santa Maria, Willie Bob, Don Ellis Big Band, Toronto New School of Music

    * * * * * LEIGH KNOWLES METTEER * * * * *

    PERMANENT COLLECTIONS INCLUDE: Smithsonian, National Museum of American Art; Corcoran Museum of Art; Carroll Reece Museum, East Tennessee State University; Museum Print Study Centre, University of Alberta; Kennedy Museum of American Art; University of Tennessee; University of Texas; Mississippi State University; Clemson University; Bradley University; Florida State University Art Museum; Tamarind Institute, University of New Mexico; Brigham Young University; Arizona State University; State University of New York; Greater Midwest State University; Bapha Varna International Collection; Asbury College; Shemer Art Center; Indigo Print and Paperworks -- Papermaking Centre; The Good Egg

  • Various Conductors Mahlers 2nd Symphony

    3:36

    I made this video just for fun, and each clip in this video is from various Youtube channel.

    If you have any idea for my next 'Various Conductors' project, PLEASE don't hesitate to let me know. Thank you :)

  • Closing Session: The Potlatch Experience

    9:29

    Paul Che-oke-ten Wagner, Native flute player, along with Seattle Symphony musicians, will perform an excerpt from the Potlatch Symphony, co-created by Native Lands composer-in-Residence Janice Giteck alongside Native artists and community members. Attendees will learn about the experience from Native participants and Symphony musicians.

    Paul Wagner, native flute
    Paul Taub, flute, and professor, Cornish College of the Arts
    Laura Deluca, bass clarinet, Seattle Symphony
    Stephen Bryant, violin, Seattle Symphony
    Ludovic Morlot, music director, Seattle Symphony

  • Concerto In D Major For Violin, Op. 77: II. Adagio

    10:12

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Concerto In D Major For Violin, Op. 77: II. Adagio · National Symphony Orchestra Of Ukraine · Michael Antonello · Philip Greenberg

    Brahms & Bruch Violin Concertos

    ℗ 2009 National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine: Michael Antonello, Violi

    Released on: 2009-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Kristīne Opolais - Mi tradì quellalma ingrata - Don Giovanni - Mozart

    4:21

    From a live recording in July 2013 with the London Symphonic Orchestra, cond. by Marc Minkowski, kindly broadcast by France Musique. *** Dear COPYRIGHT HOLDER, if you have any problems with this being on YouTube, please contact me, and I will remove it immediately. Thank you!

    Kristīne Opolais as Donna Elvira
    Festival d'Aix en Provence
    Photos: From Dvořák's Rusalka, Bayerische Staatsoper, staged by Martin Kušej, available as DVD from Unitel Classica

    Donna Elvira
    Perchè questi sospiri, e queste ambascie?

    Aria
    Mi tradì quell'alma ingrata:
    infelice, oh Dio! mi fa .
    Ma tradite e abbandonata
    provo ancor per lui pietà.
    Quando sento il mio tormento,
    di vendetta il cor favella;
    ma se guardo il suo cimento
    palpitando il cor mi va.
    (Parte.)

    Why these sighs?
    And these pains?

    That ungrateful soul betrayed me,
    O God, how unhappy he made me!
    But, though betrayed and abandoned,
    I still know pity for him.
    When I feel my suffering,
    My heart speaks of vengeance;
    But when I see the danger he's in,
    My heart beats for him.

    Translation by Jane Bishop, bishopj@citadel.edu

  • Berceuse, Op. 16

    4:14

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Berceuse, Op. 16 · Alexander Velinzon

    Fauré: Masques et bergamasques & Pelléas et Mélisande

    ℗ 2014 Seattle Symphony Media

    Released on: 2014-06-10

    Artist: Alexander Velinzon
    Conductor: Ludovic Morlot
    Orchestra: Seattle Symphony Orchestra
    Composer: Gabriel Faure

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Concerto In D Major For Violin, Op. 77: I. Allegro Non Troppo

    25:49

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Concerto In D Major For Violin, Op. 77: I. Allegro Non Troppo · National Symphony Orchestra Of Ukraine · Michael Antonello · Philip Greenberg

    Brahms & Bruch Violin Concertos

    ℗ 2009 National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine: Michael Antonello, Violi

    Released on: 2009-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Link Up: Chief Sealth High School Drumline

    2:03

    Link Up: Chief Sealth High School Drumline

    WHAT IS LINK UP?

    Link Up: Seattle Symphony invites students in grades 3–5 to join the orchestra in an interactive and engaging program. Students learn to sing and play orchestral repertoire through the hands-on Link Up curriculum, then perform along with the Seattle Symphony from their seats in a highly participatory concert at Benaroya Hall.

  • John Luther Adams: Become Ocean

    4:32

    Available now in stereo and surround:
    on Apple Music/iTunes:

    Awarded the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Music and the Grammy award for Best Contemporary Classical Composition, Become Ocean has been described by the New Yorker's Alex Ross as ...the loveliest apocalypse in musical history. Performed by the Seattle Symphony under the baton of Ludovic Morlot, this majestic orchestral work casts an expressive arc that's by turns intimate and expansive -- an ebbing and flowing sonic journey that finds the composer testing the very limits of his imagination.

  • Thank you from the Utah Symphony!

    26

    We wish you a very merry Christmas and a happy holiday season! Thank you for your generosity. Every ticket purchase and donation supports our programming and education outreach programs.

  • Title and Opening Speech : Chamber Music Charity Concert : Dreaming Season

    5:23

    Chamber Music Charity Concert
    Dreaming Season
    ณ หอศิลปวัฒนธรรมแห่งกรุงเทพมหานคร
    2 เมษายน 2554

    โดย ยุวศิลปินกลุ่มพะยูนน้อย

    Violins
    Kamol Buranakul
    Kamolmas Charoensook
    Korn Roongruangchai
    Polyiam Palitponganpim

    Violas
    Phongthep Jitduangprem
    Suvijuck Chotikool

    Cellos
    Tapalin Charoensook
    Arnik Vepasayanant

  • Concerto No. 1 In G Minor For Violin, Op. 26: III. Finale-Allegro Energico

    8:23

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Concerto No. 1 In G Minor For Violin, Op. 26: III. Finale-Allegro Energico · National Symphony Orchestra Of Ukraine · Michael Antonello · Philip Greenberg

    Brahms & Bruch Violin Concertos

    ℗ 2009 National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine: Michael Antonello, Violi

    Released on: 2009-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Chorus Master Tim Shantz & Verdis Requiem

    2:35

    Calgary Philharmonic Chorus Master, Tim Shantz, gives us a behind the scenes look at one of Verdi's most popular works, Verdi's Requiem. We'd like to thank Tim and the Calgary Philharmonic Chorus for allowing us to take footage.

    Tickets available at

    (Music clip provided by NAXOS)

  • Paul Groves - Dalla sua pace - Don Giovanni - Mozart

    5:00

    From a live recording in July 2013 with the London Symphonic Orchestra, cond. by Marc Minkowski, kindly broadcast by France Musique. *** Dear COPYRIGHT HOLDER, if you have any problems with this being on YouTube, please contact me, and I will remove it immediately. Thank you!

    Paul Groves as Don Ottavio
    Festival d'Aix en Provence
    Photo: From Wagner's Parsifal, Lyric Opera Chicago, Nov. 2013, photos courtesy the Lyric Opera of Chicago - Dan Best, Todd Rosenberg and Robert Kusel

    Don Ottavio's aria

    Dalla sua pace la mia dipende;
    Quel che a lei piace vita mi rende,
    Quel che le incresce morte mi dà.
    S'ella sospira, sospiro anch'io;
    È mia quell'ira, quel pianto è mio;
    E non ho bene, s'ella non l'ha.

    On her peace of mind depends mine too,
    what pleases her gives life to me,
    what grieves her wounds me to the heart.
    If she sighs, I sigh with her;
    her anger and her sorrow are mine,
    and joy I cannot know unless she share it.

    Translation by Camila Argolo Freitas Batista (camila@infonet.com.br)

  • Unsquare Dance - Two Generations of Brubeck

    2:47

    Dave Mason (guitarra); Stephan Dudash (violin); Peter Madcat Ruth (armonica); Perry Robinson (clarinete); Jerry Bergonzi (saxofon soprano, saxofon tenor); Chris Brubeck (trombon, bajo eléctrico, guitarra electrica); Darius Brubeck (piano, piano electrico, Clarinete, organo, teclado); Jimmy Cathcart (piano electrico); David Dutemple (bajo electrico); Dan Brubeck, Richie Morales (batería); Rande Powell (percusión).

  • 16 - Ultima estacion

    5:22

    Compra tu copia fisica por solo 5€ con envio a domicilio o 3€ en mano.


    Os presento mi segundo trabajo. Este trabajo es una fusión de dos de las pasiones que tengo en la vida: la literatura y la música. El CD narra una historia en forma de introducción, interludio y preludio, perteneciente a una novela que estoy escribiendo de cuyo ultimo capitulo extraje el nombre para este trabajo. La temática de mi rap no es monótona, así que no se como llamarlo, solo puedo decir que espero que os guste y gracias por escucharme.

  • The Halle - Matthew Hamilton on Berlioz Roméo et Juliette

    3:14

    The Hallé Performs Berlioz Roméo et Juliette on Saturday 5th October 2019

    Saturday 5 October 2019 - 7.30pm
    (There will be no interval)
    At The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
    Ludovic Morlot, conductor
    Yann Beuron, tenor
    Julie Boulianne, mezzo-soprano
    Laurent Naouri, bass-baritone
    Hallé Choir
    RNCM Chamber Choir

    #ClassicalMusic #Manchester #SupportUs
    Did you know the Hallé is a registered charity?
    Charity Reg. No. 223882
    At this challenging time for all of us, please consider supporting us by following this link:

    Follow the Hallé:
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  • Lydia -Jake Nelson

    3:26

    The amazing Jake Nelson singing Lydia for Collin College's Music Department Scholarship Banquet 2009.

  • Scottish Fantasy for Violin and Orchestra: IV. Finale; Allegro Guerriero

    9:56

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Scottish Fantasy for Violin and Orchestra: IV. Finale; Allegro Guerriero · Michael Antonello · Philip Greenberg · National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine

    Dvorak - Bruch - Vieuxtemps

    ℗ 2013 Michael Antonello

    Released on: 2013-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Violin Concerto No. 5 in A Minor Op. 37 Le Gretry; Allegro Non Troppo; Adagio; Allegro Con Fuoco

    19:28

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Violin Concerto No. 5 in A Minor Op. 37 Le Gretry; Allegro Non Troppo; Adagio; Allegro Con Fuoco · Michael Antonello · Philip Greenberg · National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine

    Dvorak - Bruch - Vieuxtemps

    ℗ 2013 Michael Antonello

    Released on: 2013-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Music Director finalist Eric Jacobsen - Message to Orlando

    3:22

    Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra Music Director Finalist Eric Jacobsen recaps his visit to Orlando in January 2015. For more information about the orchestra's international Music Director Search, visit

  • Kids Recital -- Prayer & Opening Remarks

    4:36

    Children's Piano & Voice Recital held at the clubhouse of San Jose Village 2, Binan Laguna. 05 October 2008.

  • Waking the Horizon

    8:14

    Provided to YouTube by TuneCore

    Waking the Horizon (feat. Matt Cameron) · Seattle Symphony · Mike Mc Cready · Matt Cameron

    Sonic Evolution / January 30, 2015 / Benaroya Hall (Live)

    ℗ 2015 Monkeywrench Records

    Released on: 2015-08-28

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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