Selection of the musical news of the antennas from December 12 to 18, 2022 | French Radio

L’Hyper Weekend Festival2nd edition, will take place from January 20 to 22, 2023, at the House of Radio and Music. A musical meeting dedicated to the creation and excellence of the music scene, led by Didier Varrod, Musical Director of Radio France antennas. An event announced and soon declined on the antennas of Radio France.

Live by Ariel Tintar and Metronomy, Zazie, November Ultra, Florent Marchet and a special Madonna “Sensitive Affairs” on France Inter

From Monday to Friday, Laurent Goumarre presents Club side at 10 p.m. He goes around the musical news and gives you an appointment with:

  • Monday, December 12the singer and multi-instrumentalist from Martinique, Ariel Tintar followed by a live; singer-songwriter, Thimotee Joly and the singer with the delicious soulful voice, Nka ;
  • Thursday, December 15the musician, producer and actor, Benjamin Biolay ; the dandy who specializes in electro, Sebastien Tellier & the British electronic and alternative music group, Metronomy followed by a live;
  • Friday, December 16Mix with the musician and composer of electronic music, Arnaud Rebotini.

The original band by Nagui and Leïla Kaddour-Boudadi invites, monday 12 decemberat 11 a.m., the singer Zazie for his new album Wing-P.

Rebecca Manzoni receives, Thursday, December 15 at 9:30 a.m. in Totemicthe young singer with the celestial voice, November Ultra.

Charline Vanhoenacker invites the singer-songwriter Florent Marchet in It’s us again! Friday, December 16, at 5 p.m.

Finally, on Saturday December 17, Fabrice Drouelle receives at 3 p.m. Sensitive casesjournalist Carole Boinet to talk about Madonna and her legendary 1990 tour which founded the myth of the “Queen of Pop”: the “Blond Ambition Tour”.

Novaé Lita, Dorely, Stéfi Celma, Kim Thiriot and Ayélé on France Bleu

Éric Bastien receives the artists of yesterday and tomorrow in The New Music Stage, Monday to Friday, at 8 p.m. The opportunity to get to know or reacquaint this week with:

  • Monday, December 12, Novae Lita, at the same time author, composer, interpreter of pop-electro-funk and house songs, presents her first EP Phantasiawhich has just been released;
  • Tuesday, December 13, Dorely, born in Reunion and arrived in France at the age of 6 where she learned piano, music theory and singing. Today this pop-variety revelation is followed by more than 300,000 subscribers on social networks and has just released its first album Tomorrow will be better ;
  • Wednesday, December 14the singer and actress, Stefi Celmapresents his first album In Obliquea warm mix of bossa nova and afro music;
  • Thursday, December 15the singer-songwriter, Kim Thiriotalso an actress, writer and yoga teacher, comes to present her 1st solar and dancing album: Liberty, Equality, Sorority ;
  • Friday, December 16singer-songwriter, Ayele. After having worked with Amadou and Mariam and being part of the group Pepper Island, this young singer proposes a new adventure by creating a folk, soul and Jamaican trio.

“Les Fâcheux”, portrait of Robert Casadesus, Christmas concert, tribute to Monique de La Bruchollerie and “The Hours” on France Musique

Monday, December 12in the 8 p.m. concert, head for the mythical Concertgebouw hall in Amsterdam. The young chef prodigy Klaus Makela – recently appointed head of the Dutch phalanx, in addition to being musical director of the Orchester de Paris – conducts Sibelius’ 4th Symphony there, and Mozart’s Requiem, which features among its soloists the French soprano Sabine Devieilhe. Presentation: Clement Rochefort

Tuesday, December 13, event ! France Musique and the Baroque Music Center of Versailles return for the first time The Annoying, Molière’s very first ballet comedy. A way to end this year 2022 in style, which celebrated the 400th anniversary of the French playwright and actor. Bertrand Cuiller and its whole The Caravanserai provide the musical part. A show to listen to with headphones in immersive sound and to watch on the channel Youtube of France Music. Presentation: Clement Rochefort

Wednesday, December 14at 1:30 p.m. in ArabesquesFrançois-Xavier Szymczak continues and concludes the portrait in 3 broadcasts of Robert Casadesus. He was one of the greatest pianists of the 20th century, partner of prestigious conductors such as George Szell or Leonard Bernstein. Such a talented composer… and one of the many members of a family of great musicians, some of whose descendants today are the conductor Jean-Claude Casadesus or the brothers David and Thomas Enhco.

At 8 p.m., creation on the bill of a concert recorded at La Scala in Paris. The accordionist Vincent Lhermet plays pieces by Benoît Menut, Caroline Merçot, Georges Aperghis, Clara Olivares, interspersed with works by François Couperin. Presentation: Arnaud Merlin.

Thursday, December 15live from the Auditorium of the House of Radio and Music, the Orchester national de France and the Choeur de Radio France are celebrating Christmas! The first three cantatas that make up Bach’s Christmas Oratorio are on the bill. Leader Vaclav Luksa great specialist in this music, is at the helm and surrounded by superb soloists, including the tenor Julian Pregardien and the contralto Lucile Richardot. Presented by: Benjamin François.

Friday, December 16France Musique celebrates a great French pianist, who died just 50 years ago. Monique de La Bruchollerie was also a famous pedagogue, whose career is traced by several programs to this day, from Musicopolis, by Anne-Charlotte Rémond, to Classic Stars by Aurélie Moreau.

And at 8 p.m., live from the Auditorium of the Maison de la Radio et de la Musique, a reunion with theRadio France Philharmonic Orchestra and Mikko Franck for a concert bringing together A hero’s lifea poem by Richard Strauss, and Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 1, with Anna Vinnitskaya as soloist.

Saturday December 17at 4 p.m., in Generations France MusicClément Rochefort welcomes the Secession Orchestra and its talented chef Clement Mao-Takacs. Carte blanche supplemented by other musicians, including the pianist Dana Ciocarliecellist Estelle Revaz and the harpsichordist Pierre Gallon. Live and in public from the Théâtre de l’Alliance Française, in Paris.

At 7 p.m. in the jazz club by Yvan Amar, an exceptional concert recorded at the Dynamo de Pantin to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Jazz Migration.

And at 8 p.m., heading to New York! On the poster of the Metropolitan Opera, a creation, The Hours, signed by the composer Kevin Puts (winner of the Pulitzer Prize). On the set, the expected return of the superstar soprano Renee Fleming and her American compatriot, the mezzo Joyce DiDonato. Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts the Met Orchestra.

Sunday December 18at 12:30 p.m., in singing towerMartin Pénet continues a series dedicated to Line Renaud and her years as a magazine leader. With an unpublished interview with the artist.

And at 4 p.m., a Tribune of record reviews junior special! Four budding young listeners and music lovers will gather around Jérémie Rousseau to choose the best version ofA Little Night Musicby Mozart!

Moderat, Ezéchiel Pailhès, Maxwell Farrington and a program devoted to Joe Strummer, singer of the Clash sur Fip

Tuesday, December 13the group Moderate performs live at the Grand Palais in Paris in the “Passengers” collection offered by ARTE. A concert with this leading trio of Berlin electro who announces a new album this year More D4TA. This concert can be seen on ARTE and on the Facebook by Fip, at 8 p.m.

Wednesday, December 14the songwriter Ezekiel Pailhes is the exceptional guest of a carte blanche in programming and co-animation in the Club Jazzafip at 19 ‘o clock.

Thursday, December 15, Maxwell Farrington in live session and interview from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Friday, December 16, TransFip Express, from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Every Friday night, Fip becomes a cosmic and vibrant dancefloor, with an exciting mix of dance music from all eras and styles. An evening with house, funk, cumbia, disco, hip hop, soul, jazz, electronic music… And with, as always, groove as the common denominator.

Sunday December 18 : the show Some like it Fip will be devoted to the actor and singer of The Clash, Joe Strummerdisappeared on December 22, 2002.

The program “We are not tired” and a chronicle on Wendyyy on Mouv’

In the morning We are not tiredVirginie Hilssone , DJ First Mike, Marie, AD & Faouzi wake you up with news and good sound, Monday to Friday, from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m.

To note tuesday 13 decembera column by Dj First Mike on “the best rapper in the world: Wendyyy (Haiti)”.

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Selection of the musical news of the antennas from December 12 to 18, 2022 | French Radio