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OSLO: Lær deg å plukke de beste vinene fra polets hyller. Aftenpostens vinjournalist Geir Salvesen smaker seg hvert år gjennom utallige viner. I denne boken gir han deg et innblikk i hva du skal se etter. I tillegg gir han råd om hvilken vin som passer best til hvilken mat.
VERSAILLES: After a long building periode has now Jeff Koons porcelain sculpture Michael Jackson and Bubbles come home to their new build home in the new Astrup Fearnley Museum at Tjuvholmen, Oslo, Norway. Presentation: Henning Høholt. Photos from Versailles: Henning Høholt and Tomas Bagackas. All copyrights reserved.
GØTEBORG: The Göteborg Opera production of Giacomo Puccini’s Turandot, which met with such great success in 2006, is back with 14 new performances. Czech director Vladimír Morávek develops this magnificent Chinese saga even further. Repremière: Saturday 17 November 2012
OSLO: For sin innsats for norsk ballett har Espen Giljane blitt utnevnt til ridder av 1. klasse av St. Olavs Orden. OSLO: Espen Giljane utnevnt til ridder av St. Olavs Orden. Han var sjef for Nasjonalballetten i over ti år.
PARIS: The french restaurant business is having an extra celebration these days, as the New Beaujolais has arrived, and this is a welcome possibility to have fun. We have followed one of the most celebre, and popular café´s in the very centre of Paris: Cafe Royal Opera at the corner of the famouse Avenue de l´Opera and Rue des Pyramides. By Henning Høholt, text and photos.
Welcome, Berliner! Welcome, Sir Simon Rattle! BERLIN, 13/11/2012: Just before to start with their Scandinavian tour, first stop in Oslo, Berliner Philharmoniker under their Chief conductor Sir Simon Rattle, have they given a concert in ‘their’ Philharmonie in the german capital with the same program that will be performed in Nordic countries. Review by Henning Høholt Berliner Philharmoniker […]
PARIS: The Beethoven by Gatti sycle with Orchestre National de France, continues at Théâtre des Champs Élysées in Paris. Monday 12th Symphonies no 8. and 3. Heroica were programmed together with La Bataille de San Romano, by Pascal Zavaro, which was this evenings world premiere. Review by Henning Høholt
FLORENCE: Gustav Mahler wrote his monumental Symphony nr 2 in C minor “Resurrection” in the years between the 1880s and 1890s, more or less at the same time of his First Symphony. For the first time in this kind of works, he uses the human voice, Review from Firence by Fabio Bardelli.
OSLO: Thorbjørn Egner er kjent av mange norske barn, deres foreldre og besteforeldre. I år er det hundre år siden han ble født, og jubileet er markert gjennom hele året. I jubileumsåret er mange av bøkene gitt ut om igjen og mange sider ved den allsidige kunstneren er trukket frem. Et av de siste bidragene er en flott kunstbok fra Cappelen Damm. Tresnitt og tegninger av gamle hus 1938-1948. Anmeldt av Synnøve Nord.
COPENHAGEN: Don´t anybody remember your Childhoods Christmas how fascinating it was. It is the Christmas not any longer after that commercial trade and entertainment industry has taken over the Christmas completely. Have they asked the protagonist, who was born on December 24? By Henning Høholt
PARIS: The world famouse musichall in Paris FOLIES BERGERE, where “all” the most famouse names in the musichall and cabaret world has been entertaining was on auction at Drouot Auction house Thursday November 8th. – That will say, it was not all the house, but it was some of its 50 Years of history from 1919-1970 which was auctioned away.
Reportage and photos: Henning Høholt
PARIS: The world famouse Salzburger Marionetten Theater from Salzburg are visiting Paris for a periode, premiere with The Magic Flute by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, November 16th until December 16th at Théâtre Déjazet, and following up with A midsummer Nights Dream by Shakespeare and the Teatrologie by Richard Wagner during the same periode. Presentated by Tomas Bagackas.
PARIS: The third evening in the Beethoven by Gatti serie was a hit. Due to Gatti´s great musicality and his ability to form the music to something extraordinary, even, if it is Beethoven symphonies, that we seems to know very well from before.
The world premiere this time was Guillaume Connesson: FLAMMENSCHRIFT. (Flaming script, letters of fire). Review by Henning Høholt.
PARIS: No 2 in the Medea triologie at Théâtre des Champs Élysées. Medea, music: Pascal Dusapin and choreographie: Sasha Waltz became a fascinating performance. But i regret to say, not because of the music, Medea became fascinathing because of the choreographic ideas by Sasha Waltz, the dancers, and good lighting. Review by Henning Høholt.
PARIS: WEST SIDE STORY at Théâtre du Chatelet in Paris is a wonderful, tuff, touching production, full of wonderful music By Leonard Bernstein, wonderful singers, dancers, choreography, very good light, costumes, scenografi, and a first class and very well sounding orchestra, full of outstanding Lithuanian musicians, conducted by Donald Chan. This is an extraordinary good production, and the audience was receiving WEST SIDE STORY in the original Jérôme Robbins production in Paris with ovations.
PARIS: For their first exhibition since the opening of Elephant Paname, Fanny and Laurent Fiat chose to invite the great photographer Elliott Erwitt, who was there for the preview that happened Thursday. Open November 9th until January 13th. Review by Christophe de Jouvancourt.
COPENHAGEN: Tivoli proudly presents a new production of the all-time favourite Christmas ballet, The Nutcracker. Choreography by Ballet Chief Peter Bo Bendixen. Set designs by Queen Margrethe II. Premiere 22 November at the Tivoli Concert Hall.
DRESDEN: In “Humble Objects”, Dominik Lang asks what art was, what it is, and what it can be. He employs the body of work of his late father, Jiří Lang, as a starting point of his investigation. Jiří Lang was a Czech sculptor, who died when his son was still a teenager. He left behind an artist’s studio of finished and unfinished sculptures, which have never been shown in public. 9. November 2012 bis 20. Januar 2013.
Orchestre National de France presented in its second Beethoven by Gatti concert, Monday 5th November 2012 at Théâtre des Champs Élysées, Ludwig van Beethovens symphonies no 2, and 6 – Pastorale. Together with a creation – a world premiere by the contemporary French composer Bechara El-Khoury: Espaces-Fragmentations. Bechara El-Khoury describes his music in the programme: this […]
An Unfinished Symphony by Franz Schubert, authentic at Dijon Opera
Jos van Immerseel & Anima Eterna Brugge
VILNIUS: The Lithuanian Chamber Orchestra presents violinist and conductor from Belgium Michael Guttman. Wednesday, 7 November 2012, 19:00 at Lithuanian National Philharmonic Hall.
BERLIN: The BERLINER PHILHARMONIKER will tour in the Nordic Countries, after their concert in Berlin, November 13th, follows Oslo, 15. Copenhagen 16. Helsinki 17. and ending in Stockholm 18, November. Leaded by their music chief: Sir Simon Rattle.
Ludwig van Beethovens 9 symphonies in 5 concerts during 15 days at Théâtre des Champs Élysées in Paris. 1.-15. November 2012 with Orchestre National de France, conducted by its music chief Daniele Gatti. Review by Henning Høholt. Photo of Fabien Walkman by Henning Høholt.
PARIS: In a periode where Wars, Hurricanes, Terror are headline in the media every where, it is a pleasure to visit Opera Bastille in Paris for an opera, going on in a war time, between Italy and France, where a whole regiment of male choire singers are acting like soldier, but where the message is love, happiness, good music, and to have a nice time together. Reviev by Henning Høholt
In 2013, Tivoli in Copenhagen, Denmark, will be extended by 600 m2 and offer three new amusement rides in a new theme area in the part of the Gardens which is called the Merry Corner. The inspiration for the 1200 m2 new area is the world famous Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe, and the theme will circle around stars, galaxies and planets.