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David Stern

David Stern's musical leadership is spread across three continents. Whether conducting a romantic opera, a baroque oratorio or a classical symphony, teaching vocal master classes or defending cultural activities, David Stern keeps his musicians, students and audiences riveted by sharing his strong musical convictions and his belief that music is relevant and indeed essential in today's world. He is the founder and director of Opera Fuoco, the Paris-based international opera company and young artist program dedicated to lyric repertoire from the mid- 18th century to the present, chief conductor of the Palm Beach Opera in Florida, artistic adviser and chief conductor of the Shanghai Baroque Festival and director of the newly founded Heifetz Baroque Program in Staunton Virginia. Since 2016 he has been the co-chair of the jury of the Shanghai Isaac Stern International Violin Competition.

Créée en 2003 par le chef d’orchestre David Stern, la compagnie lyrique Opera Fuoco, est composée d’un atelier lyrique de jeunes solistes professionnels et d’un orchestre jouant sur instruments d’époque. Opera Fuoco s’engage dans l’interprétation d’un répertoire allant du baroque au contemporain. Chaque projet scénique et concertant est conçu pour intégrer activement les membres de l’atelier lyrique et ainsi consolider leur parcours professionnel. La compagnie lyrique est régulièrement invitée à se produire dans des nombreux lieux et festivals en France et à l’international. Opera Fuoco est en résidence à la Salle Ravel de Levallois.


Preview du documentaire : Bach – Messe en si mineur BWV 232 (D. Stern, Tölzer Knabenchor, A. Scholl, L. Naouri)
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2020-2021 SEASON

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Isaac Stern was one of the most important violinists of the 20th century. While we remember his musical contribution, it is also the activist for the arts that we celebrate. His legacy reminds us that as musicians we have the obligation to develop our roles as ambassadors for culture. Music in this age of Covid needs to be shared as intimately and as universally as possible. His credo that expression is more important than perfectionism still rings true today. In this program we highlight two of his favorite concerti by Bach and Haydn, and one of the voices he most appreciated, Mendelssohn.


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