The singularity of Vivaldi-Piazzolla, Seasons: from one shore to the other is to bring together in a single musical moment two great masters, two sacred monsters, two styles, two eras, two continents, two inspirations: one pastoral, the other urban.
The dialogue is astonishing, the encounter is luminous, the two writings embrace, intertwine, merge, and end up forming a single body.
A body that only asks for one thing, to vibrate, to move and embrace the space. The body of a musician, when it is not in a pit, when it is not directed by a conductor, shows itself to be remarkably lively; it is on the lookout, it is animal. One discovers the sharpness of the glances, the precision of the gesture, of each sign. Bodies, faces, instruments, bows, draw the premises of a ballet.Listen online
It is important to me to make this concert not only a concert to listen to but also a concert to see, so that the spectator can receive both the beauty of the score and the physicality of each musician. The choreographic writing will be a stage writing. It will be a question of building a space where musical rhythms and visual rhythms will be harmonized. This architecture of the space will be based on an extremely precise light scenography that should magnify the only two heroes of this adventure: the music and the musicians.
“A musical outpouring, where the dizzy souls of Vivaldi and Piazzolla crackle as if by the fireside… superbly interpreted… We discovered with amazement the potential of these musicians.” The World ” Le Monde