Concert by Gustavo Dudamel and Vienna Philharmonic from Lucerne Festival on September 18 Is First Free Live Webcast

Performance Also Available for Video-On-Demand (VOD) Viewing for 90 Days, Exclusively at www.medici.tv

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Superstar conductor Gustavo Dudamel and the world-renowned Vienna Philharmonic will headline the fall offerings from www.medici.tv with a concert from the Lucerne Festival that will be webcast live, and for free, on Saturday, September 18 at 4:30pm GMT (10:30am EDT). The concert will also be available for 90 days of free VOD (video on demand) viewing exclusively at www.medici.tv, the increasingly popular performance arts website. The deliciously varied program – including music by Rossini, Orbón, Bernstein, and Ravel – is a preview of a performance Dudamel and the orchestra will give at New York’s Carnegie Hall this October, one of several the conductor will give this season in a special relationship with the justly famous orchestra and in partnership with Rolex.

The Dudamel/Vienna Philharmonic webcast is one of several concerts that will be webcast live at www.medici.tv this fall. Highlights include the Orchestre National de Lyon under the direction of Jun Märkl in the season-opening concert of the Auditorium de Lyon (Sep 24). Additional concerts from the venue follow, including soloists of the Opéra National de Paris’s Atelier Lyrique in a program of popular songs (Oct 27); the fast-rising Pacifica Quartet performing music by Janácek, Bartók, Haydn, and Schubert (Nov 3); and, just in time for the holidays, Serge Baudo conducting the Orchestre National de Lyon in Berlioz’s luminous pastoral oratorio, L’enfance du Christ (The Childhood of Christ).

Upcoming live events on www.medici.tv

Saturday, September 18 at 4:30pm gmt – exclusively on www.medici.tv Lucerne Festival: Vienna Philharmonic / Gustavo Dudamel Rossini: Overture to La gazza ladra Orbón: Tres versiones sinfónicas Bernstein: Divertimento for orchestra Ravel: Pavane pour une infante défunte Ravel: Boléro

Wednesday , September 22 at 6:00pm gmt – live Auditorium du Louvre Philharmonic Octet Berlin / Guy Braunstein, violin and conductor Mozart: String Quintet No. 2 in C, K.515 Shostakovitch: Two Pieces for String Octet, Op. 11 Wiesenberg: Octet Movement – Homage to Mendelssohn Mendelssohn: String Octet in E-flat, Op. 20

Friday, September 24 at 6:30pm gmt – live Opening concert of the Auditorium de Lyon Orchestre National de Lyon / Jun Märkl All-Richard Strauss program: Divertimento (after F. Couperin) Concertino for clarinet and bassoon Also Sprach Zarathustra (Thus Spoke Zarathustra)

Wednesday, October 27 at 6:00pm gmt – live Auditorium du Louvre Soloists of the Opéra National de Paris’s Atelier Lyrique Beethoven, Haydn, Ravel, De Falla: Popular songs

Wednesday, November 3 at 6:00pm gmt – live Auditorium du Louvre Pacifica Quartet Janácek: Quartet No. 2, “Intimate Letters” Bartók: Quartet No. 4 Haydn: String Quartet in D, Hob.III.63, Op. 64, No. 5 “The Lark” Schubert: String Quartet No. 14 in D minor, D.810, “Death and the Maiden”

Thursday, December 16 at 6:30pm – live Auditorium de Lyon Orchestre National de Lyon; Choeurs et Solistes de Lyon-Bernard-Tétu / Serge Baudo Berlioz: L’enfance du Christ (The Childhood of Christ)

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