Château Angélus is a partner of the Musical Grands Crus for the fifth year and will host one of the much-awaited concerts in the 2018 programme.
The famous pianist Anne Queffélec will play the following works in Angélus’ grand hall:
Bach-Busoni: Choral Prelude “Nun komm der Heiden Heiland” BWV 659a
Marcello-Bach: Adagio from the Oboe Concerto in D minor BWV 974
Vivaldi-Bach: Adagio from the Organ Concerto in D minor BWV 596
Haendel-Kempff: Minuet in G minor
Bach-Hess: Choral BWV 147, “Jesus remains my joy”
Haendel: Chaconne in G major, HWV 435
Mozart: Sonata in F major K.332
Beethoven: Sonata Opus 2 no.1 in F minor
Beethoven: Sonata Opus 111 no. 32 in C minor
The concert is to be held on 12th July at 8.30 p.m. followed by a cocktail tasting.
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It is on the occasion of a dinner created by the Chef Yannick Alléno and hosted by Angélus in Hong Kong as part of Vinexpo 2018, that the Angelus sound has been officially revealed by Yaron Herman in a private concert.
The name Angélus alone conjures up the sound of church bells, the symbols of the estate found on the bottle labels, in its logo and bell tower. Angélus has sought to capture this unique sound and entrust it to the great jazz pianist Yaron Herman for the creation of the estate’s sound identity.
Johan Berglund accompanied us throughout the 2017 harvest, casting an artist’s eye over Angélus. He produced a unique perspective in a collection of images, which were put on show at Angélus during primeurs week.
The 20 drawings made by the artist Floc’h for Angélus were all unveiled on 28th November in Paris at the Gallimard Gallery. Alongside the artist, Stéphanie de Boüard-Rivoal and Thierry Grenié de Boüard welcomed guests for a cocktail tasting.
By way of twenty original drawings inspired by L’Angélus of Jean-François Millet, the artist has offered a journey taking us around the world.
As part of its policy to develop the sponsorship of art, Angélus gave carte blanche to Floc’h, the master of the “clear line”, to create an original work that reflected his view of the wine estate today.
Floc’h thus produced twenty drawings inspired by Jean-François Millet’s L’Angélus, an iconic work in which the great 19th century painter immortalised the moment of prayer marking the end of the day’s labours in the fields.
The photographer Johan Berglund accompanied us throughout this harvest casting an artist’s eye on Angélus and providing a unique perspective in a collection of images which we share with you here.
TUESDAY 12th SEPTEMBER 2017 AT 8.30 p.m.
This year, Les Grandes Heures offers a programme of concerts around the theme of “The muses’ children”, performed in great chateaux of the Bordeaux region. Angélus, a historic partner of this event, will host the pianist Piotr Anderszewski on 12th September at 8.30 p.m. This virtuoso will play pieces by Johann Sebastian Bach.