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After a record-breaking 2018 festival, the 2019 edition will see our faithful musical friends Jean- Yves Thibaudet and Gautier Capuçon performing trio works by Shostakovich, Ravel and Mendelssohn with the talented violinist Lisa Batiashvili. On Tuesday, June 25, a very original concert will present Svetlin Roussev and the Quartet 212 offering us, in mirror with Quinteto Astor Piazzolla, The Four Seasons of Vivaldi and Piazzolla. We will have the pleasure of hearing again soloists of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, sharing the stage with musicians from the greatest European orchestras, performing Serenades by Dvořak and Mozart in the Meursault church.

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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

Programme 2019

6.30 pm: Free concert of the “Young Talents” 2019
presented by Pierre Charvet, composer and co-director at France Musique

Gabriella Reyes, soprano
Caroline Sypniewski, cello
Orchestre Dijon Bourgogne
David Chan, conductor

Program:
Grieg: Au matin (Peer Gynt Suite n°1, Op. 46)
Schumann: Cello concerto in A minor, Op. 129
Mozart: “Dove sono” (Le nozze di Figaro)
Bizet: “Je dis que rien ne m’épouvante” (Carmen)
Mascagni: Intermezzo (Cavalleria rusticana)
Puccini: “Tu che di gel sei cinta” (Turandot)
Puccini: “Quando m’en vo’ soletta” (La bohème)

 

5 pm : Tasting in the Ancienne Cuverie
6.30 pm : concert

Lisa Batiashvili, violon
Gautier Capuçon, violoncelle
Jean-Yves Thibaudet, piano

Program:
Chostakovitch: Trio n°1 in C minor, Op. 8
Ravel : Trio in A minor
Mendelssohn : Trio n°2 in C minor, Op. 66

5 pm : Tasting in the Ancienne Cuverie
6.30 pm : Concert

Svetlin Roussev and David Chan, solo violin
Catherine Ro, violin
Dov Scheindlin, viola
Rafael Figueroa, cello
Daniel Krekeler, double bass
Patrick Ayrton, harpsichord

Quinteto Astor Piazzolla
Lautaro Greco, bandonéon
Sebastian Prusak, violin
Cristian Zarate, piano
Sergio Rivas, double bass
German Martinez, guitare

Program:
Vivaldi: Le Quattro Stagioni, Op. 8
Piazzolla: Las Cuatro Estaciones Porteñas

5 pm : Tasting in the Château de Meursault
18h30 : Concert in the church of Meursault

Rainer Honeck et Günter Seifert, violin
Herbert Kefer, viola
Dorothea Figueroa, cello
Josef Niederhammer et Daniel Krekeler, double bass
David Guerrier, Anne Boussard et Antoine Dreyfus, French horn
Johannes Grosso et Romain Curt, oboe
Pierre Génisson et Véronique Cottet, clarinet
Lola Descours et Pierre Gomes, bassoon
David Chan, conductor

Program:
Dvořák: Serenade in D minor for wind instruments Op. 44
Mozart: Divertimento for French horns and string instruments K334

4 pm : Tasting by invitation
6 pm : Concert dans la cour du Château
8 pm : Gala dinner and auction in the Grand Cellier

Carmela Remigio, soprano
Daniele Gatti
, conductor
Orchestre des Climats de Bourgogne

Program:
Mozart : Opening of Don Giovanni
Mozart : “Mi tradì quell’alma ingrata” (Don Giovanni)
Mozart : “Non mi dir” (Don Giovanni)
Beethoven : “Ah! perfido,” Op. 65
Gatti : Divertissement pour hautbois solo, 2 cors et cordes
Schumann : Symphony N.3, Op. 97

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.

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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.