30 avril, 2017

Les violons de Venise

Dans le cadre de l'émission Versus sur la RTS:

Aujourdʹhui, jouons aux touristes et laissons-nous aller aux plaisirs de la visite en lorgnant ensemble les vitrines du Musée des Instruments de musique de Venise, en compagnie de son directeur, Paolo Cognolato. Nous y rencontrerons quelques instruments emblématiques, dont des violons tout-à-fait vivaldiens, issus de la collection de lʹéglise de la Pietà…
Visite en compagnie de Paolo Cognolato, musicien, directeur du Museo degli strumenti musicali de Venise.


Lieu visité: San Maurizio avec son musée de la musique
Pour plus d'information: http://www.artemusicavenezia.it/fr/musei/museo-della-musica

08 avril, 2017

Autour de Donna Leon

Sur France musique, Donna Leon est l'invitée de Philippe Venturini. Discussion sur le thème de l'opéra, de la musique baroque et autour du roman Brunetti en trois actes.

Aussi à propos de Donna Leon la toute récente parution du 26e Brunetti en anglais Earthly Remains.

Présentation extraite du site de l'éditeur:
Earthly Remains
A Commissario Guido Brunetti Mystery
By Donna Leon
Atlantic Monthly Press
978-0-8021-2647-4 • $25.00 • Forthcoming in Cloth • Apr. 2017
Donna Leon’s bestselling mystery novels set in Venice have won a multitude of fans for their insider’s portrayal of La Serenissima. From family meals to coffee bars, and from vaporetti rides to the homes and apartments of Venetians, the details and rhythms of everyday life are an integral part of this beloved series. But so are the suffocating corruption, the never-ending influx of tourists, and crimes big and small. Through it all, Leon’s Commissario Guido Brunetti has been an enduring figure. A good man who loves his family and his city, Brunetti is relentless in his pursuit of truth and some measure of justice.

In Earthly Remains, the twenty-sixth novel in this series, Brunetti’s endurance is tested more than ever before. During an interrogation of an entitled, arrogant man suspected of giving drugs to a young girl who then died, Brunetti acts rashly, doing something he will quickly come to regret. In the fallout, he realizes that he needs a break, needs to get away from the stifling problems of his work.

When Brunetti is granted leave from the Questura, his wife, Paola, suggests he stay at the villa of a relative on Sant’Erasmo, one of the largest islands in the laguna. There he intends to pass his days rowing, and his nights reading Pliny’s Natural History. The recuperative stay goes according to plan until Davide Casati, the caretaker of the house on Sant’Erasmo, goes missing following a sudden storm. Now, Brunetti feels compelled to investigate, to set aside his leave of absence and understand what happened to the man who had become his friend.

Earthly Remains is quintessential Donna Leon, a powerful addition to this celebrated series.