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    Philippe Jaroussky | countertenor
    Thibaut Garcia | guitar

    The quality of Philippe Jaroussky’s tone is showcased by the guitar of Thibaut Garcia.

    Philippe Jaroussky, Thibaut Garcia
    Philippe Jaroussky, Thibaut Garcia © James Bort, Sony

    Giordani  Caro mio ben
    Caccini  Chi desia di saper
    Dowland  Come again
    Purcell  « When I am laid in earth », aria excerpt from Dido and Aeneas
    Paisiello  « Nel cor più non mi sento », aria excerpt from La Molinara
    Rossini  « Di tanti palpiti », aria excerpt from Tancredi
    Rodríguez  La Cumparsita (guitar solo)
    Granados  El mirar de la maja
    Schubert  Erlkönig op. 1 D. 328
    Poulenc  Sarabande (guitar solo)
    Fauré  Nocturne op. 43 No. 2
    Barbara  Septembre
    García Lorca  Anda, jaleo
    Bonfá  Manhã de Carnaval
    Reis  Xodó da Baiana (guitar solo)
    Ramírez  L’Alfonsina y el mar

    In 2021, the Erato recording immortalised the fine performance of the prince of countertenors Philippe Jaroussky, a rare classical musician whose reputation extends well beyond the small circle of initiates, and Thibaud Garcia, “a key figure of the French guitar school which is enjoying a true renaissance” (Classica). The recital, named after a melody by Poulenc, aims to be “a journey between different cultures, different continents and different languages, where each piece represents its own world,” explains the virtuoso guitar player. Their followers’ every whim will be fulfilled in this programme ranging from baroque to folksong, passing through Vienna and Italy en route to Latino rhythms which might prompt us to break into a flamenco.

    Coréalisation Jeanine Roze Production / Théâtre des Champs-Elysées