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Hindi Zahra & Fatoumata Diawara “Olympic Tour Café” 2017

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Sgt. Pepper Live with Ed Harcourt, Carl Barât, Peter Doherty and more 2017 4K

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Benny Carter Quartet live at Montreux Jazz Festival 1977

Benny Carter was a giant in the world of jazz from the late twenties until his death in 2003. As a sublime saxophone player he contributed to scores of recordings but was also a highly accomplished arranger, composer and bandleader. This 1977 performance has him accompanied by Ray Bryant, Jimmie Smith and Niels Pedersen on classic tracks such as Body and Soul and Here’s That Rainy Day.

Genre: Jazz archive
Duration: 47 minutes
Format: remastered

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Ella Fitzgerald and Tommy Flanagan trio live at Montreux Jazz Festival 1977

Ella Fitzgerald is the possessor of arguably the greatest female voice in the history of jazz. Joined here by her regular backing group, the wonderfully talented Tommy Flanagan Trio, Ella gives a sublime performance showcasing her abilities across many different styles.

Genre: Jazz archive
Duration: 47 minutes
Format: remastered

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Ella Fitzgerald and Count Basie Live at Montreux Jazz Festival 1979

Ella Fitzgerald and Count Basie Orchestra. This concert is the perfect example of how to “Swing”. The ideal combination of Ella Fitzgerald, at the height of her powers in 1979, with the Count Basie Orchestra and then accompanied by the great man himself, leads to a sublime evening with versions of such Ella classics as Flying Home and A-Tisket, A-Tasket.

Genre: Jazz archive
Duration: 74 minutes
Format: remastered

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Carmen / Johan Inger / The Spanish National Ballet 2017

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: HD / 4K
Duration: 90 minutes

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