Stanislas de Barbeyrac Recital - Concerts and Recitals - Season 16/17 Programming - Opéra national de Paris

  • Concerts and Recitals - Production by the Academy

    Stanislas de Barbeyrac Recital

    Amphithéâtre Olivier Messiaen - on 05 December 2016 at 8 pm

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Stanislas de Barbeyrac Recital

Amphithéâtre Olivier Messiaen - on 05 December 2016 at 8 pm

Concerts and Recitals - Production by the Academy

Stanislas de Barbeyrac Recital

Amphithéâtre Olivier Messiaen - on 05 December 2016 at 8 pm

About

In few words:

Stanislas de Barbeyrac performs melodies by Poulenc and Duparc as well as Beethoven’s An die ferne Geliebte
(To the Distant Beloved), one of the most beautiful cycles in the history of the Lied in which the composer sings of the sadness, separation and pain of impossible love: A man alone before the horizon dreaming of his unreachable beloved.

  • Ludwig van Beethoven

    Adelaïde

    Resignation

    À la bien-aimée lointaine

    cycle

    Charles Gounod

    L’Absent

    Henri Duparc

    L’invitation au voyage

    Extase

    Soupir

    Phidylé

    Le Manoir de Rosemonde

    Roger Quilter

    Ne pleurez plus, tristes fontaines

    Chanson de Clown

    Ivor Gurney

    Sommeil

    Benjamin Britten

    Les Jardins de saules

    Berceuse

Performances

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Backstage

  • A tenor in the air of the times

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    A tenor in the air of the times

A tenor in the air of the times

05:14’

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A tenor in the air of the times

Interview with Stanislas de Barbeyrac

By Marion Mirande

After a recital of melodies at the Amphithéâtre Bastille and the role of Pylade in Iphigénie en Tauride directed by Krzysztof Warlikowski at the Palais Garnier, Stanislas de Barbeyrac is also singing Tamino in The Magic Flute in 16/17 season performances at the Paris Opera.

An opportunity for him to work once more with stage director Robert Carsen, after Tannhäuser in 2011 at Bastille and Dialogues des Carmélites in 2015 at Amsterdam's De Nederlandse Opera. He discusses the multiple projects that link him to our House.    

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