Seven-Part Bach Cycle (II/VII) – With Raphaël Pichon, Ensemble Pygmalion, Joanne Lunn, Tim Mead...

Part II: In Passing

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Joanne Lunn — Soprano
Tim Mead — Countertenor
Nick Pritchard — Tenor
Christian Immler — Bass
Compagnie 14:20 — New magic
Ensemble Pygmalion
Raphaël Pichon — Conductor

Program notes

Raphaël Pichon and his ensemble Pygmalion presented Bach in Seven Parts, an unprecedented cycle of cantatas by the beloved Cantor of Leipzig in concert in 2017. The second concert, "In Passing", evokes the suffering and the shortness of human beings' time on earth. BWV 146  "We must enter the Kingdom of God through much sorrow", BWV 27 "Who knows how near my end is", BWV 8 "Dearest God, when will I die?", and BWV 48 "I, miserable human, who will deliver me" are the four cantatas on this concert's program. BWV 48 also features a choreographed performance by AragoRn Boulanger and Clément Debailleul.

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Directed by:
Colin Laurent
Venue: Philharmonie de Paris (Paris, France)
Production date: 2017
Duration: 1 h 28 min
Production: Camera Lucida

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Thursday, May 11, 2028