The full festival program 2020 will be revealed shortly.
Soprano Gabriella Reyes and cellist Caroline Sypniewski, Young Talents of the 2019 vintage, will have the privilege of opening the festival on Saturday, June 22nd, in Beaune with the Dijon Bourgogne Orchestra under the baton of David Chan. To close this 2019 edition, we are honored to welcome the Italian conductor Daniele Gatti, who will lead the Orchestre des Climats de Bourgogne with Carmela Remigio in Mozart arias and Schumann’s Symphony no. 3 “Rhenish”.
Of course, we continue our commitment to young musicians through the “Young Talents” grant and the development of the Instrumental Fund, which has just ordered four additional instruments created by the greatest French and European luthiers.
All of this is possible thanks to the great generosity of our patrons, our partners, and all the Burgundy domains. We thank them warmly.
Enjoy the festival!
Aubert de Villaine and Bernard Hervet
Calendar & Programme 2020
6.30 pm: Free concert of the “Young Talents” 2020
presented by Pierre Charvet, composer and co-director at France Musique
Meigui Zhang, soprano
Júlia Pusker, violin
Orchestre Dijon Bourgogne
David Chan, conductor
6.30 pm : concert
Julia Pusker, David Chan, violins
Gautier Capuçon, Charles Hervet, Rafael Figueroa, cellos
Frank Braley, piano
6.30 pm : Concert
6:30 pm : Concert in the church of Meursault
Hugues Borsarello, violin
Gérard Caussé, Dov Scheindlin, violas
Charles Hervet, cello
Johannes Grosso, oboe
Gautier Capuçon, cello
Charles Dutoit, conductor
Orchestre des Climats de Bourgogne
Focus on the artists
For this 12th edition, the festival continues to invite leading artists from the international music scene along with very promising young talents, thus allowing the public to hear….or hear them again:
The « Climats de Bourgogne » Orchestra
This is the high point of the festival; it represents the yearly gathering of great wine amateurs and cosmopolitan musicians with prestigious credentials such as the New York Metropolitan Opera, the San Francisco Orchestra, the Philharmonic Orchestra of Radio France, the Paris Orchestra, the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, the Royal Academy Orchestra of London, the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra, the Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester, the Dijon Bourgogne Orchestra and the Philharmonic Orchestra of Vienna.
The courtyard of the Château du Clos Vougeot forms the setting for this event where the participating musicians and award winners are led by great conductors in an exceptional, ephemeral, orchestral adventure
On June 30th 2019, the « Climats de Bourgogne » Orchestra will be led by Daniele Gatti, the internationally celebrated conductor, Music Director of the Teatro dell’Opera di Roma and Artistic Advisor of the Mahler Chamber Orchestra.