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    Orchestre National de France

    Manfred Honeck | direction
    Anna Lucia Richter | mezzo-soprano 
    Steve Davislim | tenor
    Matthias Goerne | baritone

    Fidelio, Matthias Goerne, the Fifth: almost all of Beethoven in one concert.

    Matthias Goerne
    Matthias Goerne © DR

    The public concert is canceled but the orchestra will record this program at the Theater on December 18 which will be broadcast on France Musique on Saturday December 19 from 8 p.m.

    Coriolan, ouverture opus 62
    «Gott, welch Dunkel hier », air de Florestan extrait de Leonore
    Zärtliche Liebe WoO 123 (orch. Tomáš Ille)
    Adelaide op. 46 (orch. Tomáš Ille)
    Das Liedchen von der Ruhe op. 52 no. 3 (orch. Alexander Schmalcz)
    Der Liebende WoO 139 (orch. Alexander Schmalcz)
    Symphonie n°5 en ut mineur

    COPRODUCTION Théâtre des Champs-Elysées / Radio France
    France Musique broadcasts this concert on 19 December at 8pm.

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