The Orchestre National de France performs Webern, Dusapin, Stravinsky and Varèse
Live concert recorded on 24 mai 2018: the Orchestre National de France conducted by Pascal Rophé performs Webern, Stravinsky, Varèse, and Pascal Dusapin's "At Swim-Two-Birds", double concerto for violin and cello with violonist Viktoria Mullova and the cellist Matthew Barley.
- 15mn 30s
- 30mn 35s
- 22mn 25s
- 20mn 58s
Live from the Radio France Auditorium (Paris), the Orchestre National de France, conducted by Pascal Rophé, performs Im Sommerwind, idyll for symphony orchestra composed by Anton Webern in 1904, Le chant du Rossignol by Igor Stravinsky,, and Arcana by Edgard Varèse.
The highlight of the concert's programme is the French première of the Double concerto for violin and cello « At Swin-Two-Birds » by Pascal Dusapin with violonist Viktoria Mullova and the cellist Matthew Barley.