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Rosanui

Saturday

10.02.2024

11:00 — Salle Marie Laggé

Series for little ears

Mécène

Mécène

Saturday

10.02.2024

15:30 — Salle Marie Laggé

Series for little ears

Mécène

Mécène

Sunday

11.02.2024

11:00 — Salle Marie Laggé

Series for little ears

Mécène

Mécène

programme

Marion Bornachot scenography, editing and storytelling
Compagnie Conte en Ombres adaptation

Jerica Pavli flute
Yumi Kubo violin
Jesong Jeong violin
Hubert Geiser viola
Léonard Frey-Maibach cello

Johann Sebastian Bach
Extracts from works

RosaNui, from Emma Robert and Romain Lubière, Editions A2MIMO 
Co-command from l’Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne, l’Orchestre de la Suisse Romande and the Zürcher Kammerorchester 
Production : Turbine Production


the music

Rosanui is the name of the mountain that towers over the village. Everyone sees it. And what does it see? In the brightness of the day, it seems frozen - mute. One could almost believe that it is lifeless. But the children know: it is in the evening that it opens its eyes. Then, through the layers of nocturnal shadows, it snorts, breathes, observes. And under its gaze, the night awakens, rich with unsuspected wonders...

The music of Johann Sebastian Bach responds to the subtle illuminations imagined by Marion Frini and her company Conte en Ombres. Adapted from the book by Emma Robert and Romain Lubière, this intensely poetic creation will plunge toddlers and their families into a delicate and playful sensory experience.


©Romain Lubière


the venues

OSR Live

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Ludwig van Beethoven

Symphonie N° 4 en si bémol majeur op. 60

Jonathan Nott

conductor

Recorded on 30 July 2020 at Victoria Hall, Geneva

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JONATHAN NOTT

Conductor

Yvonne Naef

mezzo-soprano

György Ligeti
Poème symphonique, pour cent métronomes

Johann Sebastian Bach
Komm süsser Tod (orchestration by Leopold Stokowski)

Gustav Mahler
Kindertotenlieder, for mezzo-soprano and orchestra

Recorded on 21 January 2021 at Victoria Hall, Geneva