Advertising

Le Concert de Paris 2022

Author: C Major Entertainment

It is now a well-established tradition: every year, on 14 July, the ONF welcomes the summer with a large musical gathering at the foot of the Eiffel Tower.

  • Le Concert de Paris 2022 | Copyright: © ELP

    Le Concert de Paris 2022 © ELP

It is now a well-established tradition: every year, on 14 July, the Orchestre National de France welcomes the summer with a large musical gathering at the foot of the Eiffel Tower with stunning fireworks! Conducted by Cristian Măcelaru, and accompanied by the Chorus of Radio France, the orchestra invites the audience around the world and thousands of people on the spot, to experience great arias and famous concert pieces in the company of prestigious soloists like Alice Sara Ott, Nadine Sierra, Lea Desandre, Stanislas de Barbeyrac, Gautier Capuçon Erwin Schrott and Leonidas Kavakos.

Original title Le Concert de Paris 2022
Recording location Eiffel Tower, Paris, 14 July, 2022
Duration approx. 100 mins
Production Company Electron Libre Productions, France Télévisions, Radio France
Composer Berlioz, Verdi, Ravel, Offenbach, Mozart, Rameau, Korngold, Rameau, Silvestrov ...
Orchestra / Band Orchestre National de France
Conductor Cristian Măcelaru
Choir Radio France Chorus
Soloist Alice Sara Ott, Nadine Sierra, Lea Desandre, Stanislas de Barbeyrac, Gautier Capuçon Erwin Schrott, Leonidas Kavakos

ADVERTISING

YOU MIGHT ALSO BE INTERESTED IN...

Rebecca Tong Directs the Orchestre de Paris

Auditorium Films

Discover Rebecca Tong, American-Indonesian conductor and winner of the first prize in La Maestra competition for female conductors!

Hélène Grimaud in London on 11 September

sounding images

On 11 September 2001, Hélène Grimaud's concert at the Royal Albert Hall shows how music can be a means of consolation in tragic moments.

In memoriam Bob Lockyer

IMZ International Music + Media Centre

The longtime BBC Director of Dance will be sorely missed.

Daniel Barenboim and the WEDO in Ramallah

sounding images

In the midst of the Middle East conflict, the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra with Daniel Barenboim travels to Ramallah to make a statement.

SUBSCRIBE TO THE IMZ MAILINGS


Benefit from exclusive insights + opportunties with a thematic variety of IMZ Mailings to choose from.

By clicking "SUBSCRIBE" you consent that your data can be processed by the IMZ International Music + Media Centre for the purposes of processing your inquiry.