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Carmen / Johan Inger / The Spanish National Ballet 2017 in 4K

Free, passionate and fiery, Carmen is the heroic figure par excellence of the Iberian folk culture. Therefore, when the Spanish National Ballet decides to attack the myth, it sees things with the appropriate magnitude, which definitively gives it its place among the largest formations in the world.

The union of a choreographer from the North – the Swedish Johan Inger – and an emblematic company of the South, Carmen is a poignant success, a mystery of seduction and violence, from love to death. In a magnificent setting of mirrors, the identity markers of Carmen have been erased to better place the legend in our world today, where suits have replaced the clothes of bullfighters. The untamed bohemian has kept her scarlet robe, her libertarian strength and her carnal beauty.

Founded in the late 1970s, the Compañía Nacional de Danza (CND) has been run by José Carlos Martínez – Etoile of the Paris Opera Ballet – for the past 6 years who has transformed it into a great company of the 21st century, presenting the ballets of the classical repertoire while giving a growing place to contemporary creations. An abundant and extremely creative hybridity.

Like William Forsythe, Jirí Kylián or Angelin Preljocaj before him, Johan Inger received the prestigious Benois de la Danse award in 2016 for Carmen. A worldwide consecration for a show with a wild and poisonous grace, where the twenty dancers compete with sensuality. Intense.

Genre: Dance
Director: Stéphane Lebard
Format: 4K
Duration: 90 minutes

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Beth Ditto live at L’Aéronef Lille 2017

“Gossip fans can rejoice: Beth Ditto makes her big comeback! With a new album, the fiery singer launches into a solo career. With the energy, the humor and the generosity which characterize her, the American presents brand new songs.

LGBT community spokeswoman, music of Stella McCartney and Jean-Paul Gaultier… Beth Ditto is more than a singer: she is an inescapable figure of the world’s pop culture. From 1999 to 2016, in Gossip, the young woman managed to give spectacular stage performances and hilarious interviews. A particularly punk behavior that greatly contributed to her sympathy capital.

In “”Fake Sugar””, her first solo album, Beth Ditto mixes ingredients that have made Gossip’s success to more personal influences. With the complicity of producer Jennifer Decilveo, the American gave birth in June 2017 to an opus mixing blues, pop, country, rock, pop… In total, twelve eclectic and unifying pieces whose tones pay tribute to her native Arkansas.

Genre: Rock / Pop
Director: Adeline Chahin
Duration: 78 min
Format: 4K

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An Imaginary Opera / Hervé Niquet & Le Concert Spirituel at Royal Opera of Versailles 2017 in 4K

“Original creation from arias and unpublished operas of Mondonville, Bertin de la Doué, Rameau, Campra, Dauvergne, Colin de Blamont, Francoeur, Rebel, Marais, Leclair, Charpentier, Stuck, Destouches, Montéclair, Gervais, Royer, Lully.

From the finest moments of the French baroque repertoire, which he has lived through with Le Concert Spirituel for the past 30 years, Hervé Niquet has teamed up with the Versailles Baroque Music Center to rebuild his imaginary opera!

You will find the intrigue of French baroque opera: the mournful love, the storm, the passage to the Underworld, the descent of the Gods… and the passages you love so much from Armide de Lully, Medea de Charpentier, from Sémélé de Marin Marais (The Earthquake) through to the Venice Carnival of Campra. It’s all the magic of Louis XIV’s French opera that will burst… with unexpected pearls and discoveries!”

Genre: Opera
Director: Julien Condemine
Duration: 95 minutes
Format: HD / 4K

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The Libertines live at Olympia, Paris 2016 / 4K

First there was a successful reunion on stage at Leeds & Reading in 2010, then a concert at the Zenith in Paris last year that left no one indifferent. After playing at Glastonbury this summer, festivals T in The Park, Reading, Leeds and Rock en Seine, The Libertines are definitely back with a new album this time around “Anthems For Doomed Youth” released September 11. The band’s third album was produced by Jake Gosling and recorded at the Karma Sound Studios in Thailand, in six weeks between April and May 2015. This album, already acclaimed by the press is the first since their studio album “Libertines” released in 2004 that topped the charts before becoming a British rock classic. The group and their original line up (Pete Doherty, Carl Barat, John Hassall and Gary Powell) is preparing to open a new chapter in their history after scoring the minds of an entire generation. Meeting at the legendary hall of the Olympia for a pure rock evening of which only the English have the secret…

Genre: Pop / Rock
Director: Thierry Villeneuve
Duration: 87 minutes
Format: HD / 4K

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