Palazzetto Bru Zane - Centre de musique romantique française

A French-administered cultural institution, research centre, concert hall, publisher, radio station and CD label in the Palazzetto Bru Zane, Venice, Italy, which opened in October 2009. It has an annual budget of three million euros and a staff of fifteen, and its mission is to rediscover and promote the French musical heritage of the long nineteenth century (1780-1920).

Further information: bru-zane.com

 

A selection of articles about Palazzetto Bru Zane - Centre de musique romantique française

CD Spotlight. A Multifaceted Intellectual - Giuseppe Pennisi listens to Saint-Saëns' opéra fantastique 'Le timbre d'argent'. 'From the very start of the overture, the listener feels that this is a brisk and expert ensemble.'

CD Spotlight. A Precious Recording - Giuseppe Pennisi listens to Offenbach's 'Maître Péronilla'. '... this is a book and two CDs to enjoy and to make an elegant gift.'

CD Spotlight. The French Romantic Experience - Giuseppe Pennisi listens to a CD box set from Palazzetto Bru Zane in Venice. '... almost a mini course in French Romantic music, and well worth a try.'

CD Spotlight. Gounod's First Faust of 1859 - Giuseppe Pennisi listens to Christophe Rousset's new recording from Bru Zane. 'Everything is lighter, softer, more sensual.'

Ensemble. A Whirlwind of Slapstick - French Carnival Operettas in Venice, reviewed by Giuseppe Pennisi

Ensemble. A Wealthy Maverick - Music by the French composer George Onslow, heard by Giuseppe Pennisi

 

 

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