4th annual Piano Festival at Sea

8 days / 7 nights
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    4th annual Piano Festival at Sea

    Cruise The Mediterranean

    from 29 April 2019 to 6 May 2019
    8 days / 7 nights

    Departure Port : Athens
    Arrival Port : Athens

    Ship : LE BOUGAINVILLE

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    In partnership with RADIO CLASSIQUE.  

    Set sail aboard Le Bougainville for a musical cruise in the Aegean Sea, in the cultural cradle of western civilisation. A circuit in partnership with RADIO CLASSIQUE, with the exceptional presence of Alain Duault.  

    This PONANT itinerary will enable you to discover several UNESCO World Heritage treasures over 8 days during unforgettable ports of call, with all this punctuated by recitals performed on board by exceptional pianists.

    Your voyage begins in Athens, the city of the gods and the great philosophers dominated by the Acropolis, from where you will head for the island of Patmos in the Dodecanese. Saint John wrote his gospels here and it is where tradition locates the Cave of the Apocalypse.

    Le Bougainville will then sail towards Kusadasi and Dikili, gateways to the fabulous ancient sites of Ephesus and its huge library, a real jewel of white marble, as well as Pergamum and its impressive theatre.

    The pearls of the Cyclades now await you: the unique Santorini, unfurling the grandiose circle of its caldera, Delos, the sacred island frozen in time, and Mykonos, with its paved small streets and blue-and-white houses.

    After a final port of call at Hydra, the “Saint-Tropez of Athenians”, you will reach Athens, the end of your musical and maritime odyssey.

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    Highlights

    • A cruise in partnership avec RADIO CLASSIQUE, combining an exceptional musical line-up and cultural programme, in the presence of Alain Duault.
    • UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Acropolis of Athens (embarkation and disembarkation port), the Monastery of Saint John and the Cave of the Apocalypse on Patmos, the sites of Ephesus from Kusadasi and Pergamum from Dikili, the sacred island of Delos.
    • The spectacular caldera of Santorini and its steep cliffs.

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    LE BOUGAINVILLE

    Featuring innovative and environmentally-friendly equipment, elegantly designed staterooms, spacious suites with large windows, and lounge areas that open onto the outside, this new limited-capacity yacht boasting just 92 staterooms and suites will offer you a truly unique cruising experience.

    As the third ship in a new series that remains true to the Ponant spirit, Le Bougainville will embody the unique atmosphere that is the cruise line’s hallmark: a subtle blend of refinement, intimacy and comfort.

    Aboard this ship that flies the French flag, you will experience the incomparable pleasure of an intimate cruise, with the possibility of exploring an ever-increasing range of destinations in an ethnic-chic ambiance with luxury service.

    Experience a luxurious setting where the accent is on authenticity and passion for travel.

    Port of call & excursions

    29 April 2019 – Patmos

    Athens

    Embarkation 29/04/2019 from 16H00 to 17H00 . Departure 29/04/2019 at 18H00 .

    The Greek capital city is located on the edge of the Saronic gulf, in the east of the country. It bears a plural name in reference to the first villages that surround the Acropolis. You will be enchanted by the rocky plateau presided by its monuments listed as UNESCO World Heritage. In the city below, you can visit some of the liveliest districts in Athens: Plaka, with its maze of colourful streets, and where, in the evenings the drifting aroma of moussaka and garlic prawns will tickle your taste buds. The National Archaeological museum and the Cycladic Art Museum are also some of the city’s key attractions and allow visitors to discover Athens’ cultural past.

    30 April 2019 – Patmos

    30 April 2019 – Patmos

    Arrival 30/04/2019 midday. Departure 30/04/2019 late afternoon.

    Patmos is one of the legendary must-see islands in the Dodecanese. This is where Saint John resided, presumed author of the last book in the Bible. The cave of the Apocalypse and the Saint-John-the-Theologian Monastery are dedicated to him. These sites, which are listed by UNESCO as World Heritage, are located at the top of a hillside planted with vines and orchards. On the shore, the crystalline coves of Kambos and Lampi offer absolutely gorgeous swimming areas. You’ll be drawn to the bustle in Skala harbour and its taverns, famous for their fish soup and tiropita, which is a type of pasty filled with fresh Patmos cheese.

    1 May 2019 – Kusadasi

    1 May 2019 – Kusadasi

    Arrival 01/05/2019 early morning. Departure 01/05/2019 late afternoon.

    The attractive seaside resort of Kusadasi is located in a gulf on the western coast of Turkey. You can bathe there in clear waters or stroll along the coastal walk, in the shade of palms. In the historical district, you can take a mosey down the narrow streets and explore the colourful shops in the bazaar. Close by, the Ephesus archaeological site in the hillsides provides an opportunity to discover the ruins of one of the most famous cities of Antiquity.

    2 May 2019 – Dikili

    2 May 2019 – Dikili

    Arrival 02/05/2019 early morning. Departure 02/05/2019 midday.

    The charming harbour city of Dikili is located on the west coast in the province of Izmir. It’s shoreline of turquoise waters is an invitation to come. In the shade of maritime pines, the streets in the town centre will win your favour with their fresh fruit juice stands and honey cakes. You can also go on a wander inland and visit the Pergamon acropolis.

    3 May 2019 – Santorini

    3 May 2019 – Santorini

    Arrival 03/05/2019 early morning. Departure 03/05/2019 late afternoon.

    The spectacular volcanic island of Santorini stands out proud in the Cyclades. Its basalt cliffs offer particularly expansive views of the Aegean. To enjoy these views, you can head for the capital, Fira. Its floral belvederes of bougainvillea provide a bird’s-eye view of several thousand metres of coastline. Further away, the gorgeous village of Oia looks like a stairway of blue and white houses on the slopes of the volcano. In the south of the island, you will be able to visit the stunning ruins of Akrotiri, an ancient city destroyed by an eruption and covered with a thick layer of lava stone.

    4 May 2019 – Delos

    4 May 2019 – Delos

    Arrival 04/05/2019 early morning. Departure 04/05/2019 midday.

    This legendary Cyclades island of Delos stands just a few miles southwest of Mykonos. The ceremonial solemnity of this ancient holy sanctuary will not leave you indifferent. The sheer size and importance of this UNESCO World Heritage site which covers over half of the island is thrilling in itself. From the Stoa of Antigonos, the Terrace of the Lions, to the carved marble animal statues, you will make discovery after discovery, against a backdrop of the Aegean stretching to the horizon. The theatre steps on the hillside are a particularly good place from which to enjoy the expansive view.

    4 May 2019 – Mykonos

    4 May 2019 – Mykonos

    Arrival 04/05/2019 early afternoon. Departure 04/05/2019 late evening.

    Nicknamed “little Venice”, Mykonos is famous for its Alefkandra district where houses are built right on the water’s edge. Their multi-coloured loggias are emblematic of this Cyclades island, as are the pelicans and windmills. You can get close up to the birds on the quaysides of the old port. Up on the hillside, you can see the windmill sails turning. In the cobbled streets of the pedestrian centre, bougainvillea bedeck immaculate facades. As you weave in and out of the little streets, snatches of coastline will undoubtedly call you to the island’s beaches, the quietest of which can be found on the northern coast.

    5 May 2019 – Hydra

    5 May 2019 – Hydra

    Arrival 05/05/2019 midday. Departure 05/05/2019 evening.

    This unusual gem belonging to the Saronic islands is located to the east of the Peloponnese. There are no cars here. Named after the island, the harbour town is layered up the slopes of a mountainous bay. You may be surprised to see beautiful stone mansions. These are traditional here, as are the multi-coloured caïques along the quays. Further along the shore, within the walls of the “Monastery of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary” is a museum of Byzantine art. Collections from Athens National History Museum are exhibited in the elegant villa Koundouriotis.

    6 May 2019▸5 May 2019 – Athens

    Athens

    Disembarkation 06/05/2019 at 07H00 .

    The Greek capital city is located on the edge of the Saronic gulf, in the east of the country. It bears a plural name in reference to the first villages that surround the Acropolis. You will be enchanted by the rocky plateau presided by its monuments listed as UNESCO World Heritage. In the city below, you can visit some of the liveliest districts in Athens: Plaka, with its maze of colourful streets, and where, in the evenings the drifting aroma of moussaka and garlic prawns will tickle your taste buds. The National Archaeological museum and the Cycladic Art Museum are also some of the city’s key attractions and allow visitors to discover Athens’ cultural past.

    Formalities

    • The information below is current but subject to change at any time without advance notice from government authorities. Please consult your respective government agencies for visa and health information.

    • Passport valid for at least six (6) months beyond the completion of your trip. Passport must contain at least two completely clear, blank, unused visa pages for each visa required, not including any amendment pages. Visa pages with stains or ink from other pages in the passport are not usable. Guests who deviate from the scheduled embarkation or disembarkation port should research the foreign entry requirements for the port country. Due to government regulations, regrettably, PONANT will have to deny boarding to any guest who fails to obtain the appropriate travel documentation for this trip.

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    Musical cruise with Radio Classique

    Musical cruise with Radio Classique

    For the fourth edition, this year our Piano Festival at Sea will be rubbing shoulders with the Gods, as we sail away to the sublime Cyclades Greek islands from Milos to Mykonos, Naxos to Paros and not forgetting beautiful Santorini and others.

    And so it is with great pianists from all over the world that I designed a programme to take us on a journey through the ages, embracing much-loved names from Mozart to Schubert and Chopin, Brahms, Grieg, Liszt, Schumann and others. A daily recital awaits, with a grand concert as an encore on the last night: for piano lovers this promises to be a therapeutic cruise of pure pleasure at the highest level. Apollo will be on board!

    We will embark with a world-famous piano star, the Brazilian Nelson Freire; with the great Shani Diluka, a pianist of Sri Lankan origin and poet-pianist (in the most accomplished sense of the word, as she has just published a collection of poems); with French pianist François Chaplin, who made his name with his complete works of Debussy; another French pianist, Nicolas Stavy, a Liszt expert and equally talented interpreter of Brahms; and finally a revelation in the young Ukrainian Anna Fedorova, who dazzles with Chopin as brilliantly as she does with Rachmaninov

    Theme

    MUSIC

    MUSIC

    Discover the delights of our cultural cruises where music takes centre stage, combining sumptuous scenery and exceptional artistic heritages.

    A waterborne musical journey

    Whether you are a fan of instrumental classical music or opera, or you prefer jazz or Celtic melodies, why not enjoy a different and very special experience aboard a PONANT ship? Set sail for a luxury cruise combining the charms of music and the sea.

    These cultural cruises, where the tempo is set by concerts on land or at sea as well as a series of conferences, bring together music lovers and artists around a shared passion: music.

    An exceptional selection of artists*

    Aboard the ships, our guests of honour, all well-known artists, talented performers and brilliant virtuosos will share their knowledge and their passion in an accessible and intimate way.

    According to the theme of each cruise, PONANT welcomes prestigious artists, be they pianists, violinists, singers and more.

    Come and share alongside them the refined adventure of a PONANT musical cruise.

     

    *See the list of guests of honour present during your cruise in the “Guests” tab.

    Guest(s) Lecturer(s)

    Alain Duault

    Alain Duault

    The novelist, poet, journalist, musicologist and radio and television presenter Alain Duault has been sharing his passion for and knowledge of classical music for more than 30 years. Considered to be one of the greatest opera specialists in France he is now President of the Prix Pelléas jury, and has been made an Officier de la Légion d’Honneur and Commandeur des Arts et Lettres.

    Alain Duault studied literature, philosophy and psycho-analysis in Paris, then musicology and piano. His first TV appearance was as a guest of Bernard Pivot for his book of poems, Colorature. This led to a number of radio programmes dedicated to classical music, notably on RTL, the radio station where Alain Duault would be “Mr Classical Music” for 22 years, before joining Radio Classique with daily slots until 2018. A role that he also took on for the France 3 television channel, presenting a number of exceptional programmes (masterclasses with Ruggero Raimondi in the Salle Gaveau, Musiques en fête at the Chorégies d’Orange festival…).

    In 1999, he conceived and presented Intégrale Chopin (225 works, 60 pianists), broadcast on France 3. Then in 2001, he wrote and performed an ambitious and very popular show, Verdi, une passion, un destin (with Jean Piat and 250 musicians). In the wake of this success, he wrote and performed two other shows:  Victor Hugo, la légende d’un siècle in 2002 and Rencontre avec George Sand (with Marie-Christine Barrault) in 2004 and 2005.

    Alain Duault also puts his writing skills to the service of classical music. The author of a number of books, including Dans la peau de Maria Callas, (Le Passeur Éditeur, 2014, pocket edition, 2017); Dictionnaire amoureux illustré de l’Opéra (Plon Gründ, 2016). Ce léger rien des choses qui ont fui, poetry (Gallimard 2017), he also writes editorials for Classica.

    Language spoken: French

     

    Photo credit: Laurent Rouvrais @Radio Classique 

    François Chaplin

    François Chaplin

    François Chaplin trained at the Paris Conservatoire (CNSM) with the Bulgarian pianist Ventsislav Yankoff and with Jacqueline Robin (accompaniment and chamber music), and was unanimously awarded first prizes for piano and chamber music. He then followed the advanced course with Jean-Claude Pennetier.

    He won the International Piano Competition in Senigallia (Italy), and received in 1989 the Mozart and Robert Casadesus Prizes at the International Competition in Cleveland. Those distinctions are the start of a brilliant international career.

    François Chaplin now appears as a soloist in many of the world’s capitals, including Tokyo, Berlin, Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Riga, Paris, Almaty and Mexico, to name but a few, and with many fine orchestras such as the Orchestre National de Lille, the Japan Philharmonic, the Saint Petersburg Philharmonic and the Orchestre National de Lorraine. He appears regularly at important festivals, including La Roque-d’Anthéron, the Festival Internacional Cervantino in Mexico, and the Yokohama International Festival in Japan. His vast discography is acclaimed by the national and international press. It includes recordings of all of Debussy’s work, Schubert’s Impromptus, and Chopin’s Nocturnes.

    Language spoken: French

     

    Photo credit: Caroline Doutre

    Nicolas Stavy

    Nicolas Stavy

    He performs on prestigious international stages like the Festival de la Roque d’Anthéron, the Festival Piano aux Jacobins, the Chopin festivals at Nohant and Bagatelle, Festival de l’Orangerie de Sceaux, the Piano Festivals in Lille, the Berlioz Festival, musée d’Orsay, Salle Pleyel, Klavier-Festival Ruhr, Casals Hall in Tokyo, Bucharest’s Romanian Athenaeum, Geneva’s Victoria Hall, the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and New York’s 92nd Street. He has performed as a soloist with major ensembles such as the Suisse Romande Orchestra, Utah Symphony Orchestra in Salt Lake City, the Bucharest Philharmonic, National Orchestra of Lille and France’s Republican Guard Orchestra.

    Always eager to make new discoveries, Nicolas performs chamber music with colleagues such as Daniel Hope, Cédric Tiberghien, Pierre Génisson, Karine Deshayes and the Ébène Quartet. He has also participated in projects alongside actors Robin Renucci, Didier Sandre, Brigitte Fossey and Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt, with whom he is currently on tour with a new Chopin show.

    His two latest CDs published by Hortus was rated **** by Classica magazine, FFFF by France’s Télérama magazine, voted a Maestro by the Pianiste review, and praised in Britain’s The Guardian.

    Two more albums, dedicated to Fauré and Haydn, are due to be released this season under the Bis label.

    Language spoken : French

     

    Photo credit : Gilles Molinier

    Nelson Freire

    Nelson Freire

    Born in Brazil, Nelson Freire began piano studies at the age of three with Nise Obino and Lucia Branco, who has worked with a pupil of Liszt.  He made his first public appearance at the age of five with Mozart Sonata in A K.331.  In 1957, after winning a grant at the Rio de Janeiro International Piano Competition with his performance of Beethoven's “Emperor” concerto, he went to Vienna to study with Bruno Seidlhofer, teacher of Friedrich Gulda. Seven years later he won the Dinu Lipatti Medal in London and the first prize at the International Vianna da Motta Competition in Lisbon.

     

    His international career begins in 1959: Europe, USA, Central and South America, Japan and Israel.

     

    He has collaborated with distinguished conductors such as Pierre BOULEZ, Lionel BRINGUIER, Riccardo CHAILLY, Myung-Whun CHUNG, Charles DUTOIT, Rafael FRÜHBECK de BURGOS, Valery GERGIEV, Eugene JOCHUM, Fabio LUISI, Lorin MAAZEL, Kurt MASUR, Ingo METZMACHER, Rudolf KEMPE (tours in the United States and Germany with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra), Vaclav NEUMANN, Seiji OZAWA, André PREVIN, Tugan SOKHIEV, Yuri TEMIRKANOV, Ilan VOLKOV…

     

    He is invited by prestigious orchestras such as the Berlin Philharmonic, Leipzig Gewandhaus, Munich Philharmonic, Bayerische Rundfunk, Deutsches Symphony Orchester, Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam, Rotterdam Philharmonic, Danish Radio Symphony, Mariinsky Orchestra, St. Petersburg Philharmonic, Tonhalle Orchestra of Zurich, Vienna Symphony, Royal Philharmonic, St Petersburg Philharmonic, London Symphony, BBC Scottish Symphony, BBC Symphony, Israel Philharmonic, Czech Philharmonic, Seoul Philharmonic, Orchestre National de France, Orchestre de Paris, Orchestre de Toulouse, Radio France Philharmonic, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, as well as American Orchestras of Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Los Angeles, Montreal, New York, Philadelphia… With Martha Argerich, he toured Japan in 2003, Brazil and Argentina in 2004 and USA in 2005 (New York, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Québec).

     

    Important engagements of this 2017/18 season include: Orchestre Phiharmonique de Radio France with Bernard Labadie (Mozart N°20), concerts in Berlin Philharmonie, Valencia and Prague with Mariinsky Orchestra and Valery Gergiev (Brahms 2), Orchestra de la Scala Milano with Gergiev (Brahms 2), Rotterdam Philharmonic with James Conlon (Brahms 2), orchestra and recital tours in Australia, United States and China, as well as  recitals in Paris Philharmonie, Lyon, Gstaad Festival…

     

    Nelson Freire has recorded for Sony/CBS, Teldec, DGG, IPAM, and London labels. Philips released his most coveted performances on their acclaimed series, Great Pianists of the 20th Century and his recording of Chopin’s 24 Préludes on CBS received the “Prix Edison”. As an exclusive DECCA Artists: Chopin, Schumann and Brahms Concertos 1 and 2 with the Gewandhaus zu Leipzig under Riccardo Chailly, Beethoven Sonatas, Debussy, Preludes, Chopin Nocturnes, Liszt solo pieces and “Brazileiro” with Brazilian composers and Live from Salzburg with Martha Argerich (DGG). For his recordings he received numerous prices : Diapason d’Or of the Year, Grand Prix de l’Académie Charles Cros, Choc du Monde de la Musique, 10 by Repertoire, Classica, Grammy Awards, Chopin with the Gïrzenich Orchester Cologne and Lionel Bringuier. The portrait “Nelson FREIRE” is available on Video Film (Brazil).

     

    Nelson Freire was nominated “Soloist of the Year 2002” by French Victoires de la Musique and received in January 2005 a special “Honours Award” for his career. His Chopin recording is nominated by Grammy Awards 2006. His Brahms Concertos with Riccardo Chailly are nominated by Grammy Awards 2007 and announced “Record of the Years” and “Winner of the Concerto Category” by Classic FM Gramophone Awards 2007. Chopin’s Nocturnes is nominated in the category “Instrumental Solo“ by Grammy Awards 2010 and his CD “Brasileiro” Villa-Lobos & Friends received the Grammy Awards 2013 as the best classical recording for South America.

     

    His Bach recital recording won the prestigious Echo Prize as the best solo recording of the year 2016. Just released in September 2017 the CD dedicated to Brahms.

    He is appointed Commandeur des Arts et des Lettres by the French government.

    Languages spoken : french, english

     

    Photo credit :  Decca Classics

    Shani Diluka

    Shani Diluka

    One of the most endearing musicians of the new generation, born in Monaco to Sri Lankan parents, Shani Diluka represents a bridge between East and West. She was still in kindergarten when her natural talent for music was spotted during tests for rhythm and melody. She went on to benefit from a special programme set up by the late Princess Grace. At the age of 12, Shani Diluka was invited to attend New York’s Julliard School, but refused this exceptional offer. She did not want to devote all her time to piano, as in her eyes being receptive to other disciplines was essential. She therefore passed her baccalaureate and attended the Paris Conservatoire. Her musical vision would be enriched by meetings with leading figures such as Leon Fleisher, Murray Perahia, Menahem Pressler and Maria Joäo Pires.

    Being open-minded and curious, she went on to build the most varied of repertoires from the classics (Beethoven) to living composers (Kurtag, Mantovani). Always keen to share her passion and encourage others to love music, she gives concerts for younger audiences and is involved in a host of educational activities. She is one of the few artists who have been permitted to record a CD on the Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg’s own piano. Her career continues to take secret detours and thrives on collaborations with Natalie Dessay, Valentin Erben from the Alban Berg Quartet, as well as the actors Sophie Marceau and Gerald Depardieu.  An unusual pianist imbued with oriental spirituality, she tends to play down her success which she puts down to destiny. Paradoxically, this modesty is her great strength and perhaps accounts for her magnetism and the almost mystical aura which surrounds her on stage.

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    Languages spoken : French, English, Italian, Sinhalese

     

    Photo credit : Balazs Borocz

    Anna Fedorova

    Anna Fedorova

    Anna Fedorova hails from a family of musicians from Kiev, and has won numerous prizes at international piano competitions. She is a graduate of the Royal College of Music in London and has studied under renowned pianists Alfred Brendel, Menahem Pressler and Andras Schiff. 

    In September 2013, Anna Fedorova performed Rachmaninoff’s 2nd Concerto for piano at Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw. The concert was filmed and has already been viewed by a record 20-plus million people on YouTube. 

    Anna Fedorova has performed in many of the most prestigious concert halls, including New York’s Carnegie Hall, Tonhalle in Zurich, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées and the Vuitton Foundation in Paris, Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico, London’s Cadogan Hall, the Art Museum in Tel Aviv, Tokyo’s Bunka Kaikan and the Belém Cultural Centre in Lisbon. Anna has also participated in many festivals such as in Verbier (Switzerland), Annecy, Menuhin Festival Gstaad (Switzerland) and the Ravinia Festival (USA). In France you can see her play in Paris, Cognac, Royan, Vincennes, St Malo, Annecy and Auvers-sur-Oise.

    Having mastered a vast repertoire of concertos, Anna Fedorova has performed with major orchestras including those in Hong Kong, Yomiuri Nippon (Japan), Dallas, Buenos Aires, Lausanne, Tokyo New City, Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie (Germany), Mexico’s Orquestra Sinfonica Nacional, the Israel Chamber Orchestra and the Polish Camerata Chamber Orchestra.

    She completed a world tour at the end of 2018, taking in Seoul, Boston, UK, Holland, Bucharest and France, and is all set to make her debut at the famous Proms in London in 2019.

    Languages spoken: French, English

     

    Photo credit: Musica Prima

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