In the award-winning and critically acclaimed new director in Search of Mozart, Phil Grabsky in Finding Beethoven & in Search of Haydn brings the music and life story of one of the world’s most beloved composers, Fryderyk Chopin. In an effort to discover new perspectives on Chopin, the man and his musical genius, Grabsky traveled the world for over four years to record world-class musicians and interview renowned historians and musicians. With Daniel Barenboim; Ronald Brautigam .; Jeremy Siepmann, Nelson Goerner; Kevin Kenner; Janusz Olejniczak; 18th century orchestra conducted by Frans Brggen; Leif Ove Andsnes; Vogt cars. Juliet Stevenson reports and RSC actor David Dawson listens to Chopins’ letters.
In this highly anticipated documentary, Phil Grabskys ‘biographical account of Haydns’ life is a visual and aerial problem, as well as the admirable performances of some of the greatest musicians in the world.
Joseph Haydn (1732-1809) was one of the great pioneers of music. Mozart and Beethoven both saw him as an inspiration and yet today in concert halls he can often overshadow the side of his contemporaries.
As Andras Schiff recently stated:
The world needs to know more: of all good composers, he is always the most deceived.
Speaking to some of the most influential people in Haydns’ music, this film redefines equality and sheds light on the master and his work. Phil Grabsky hopes that Haydn will reach a wider audience who will be surprised, teased and placed by Haydns actors, humanitarian and creative.
Haydns’ life spanned from the end of the Baroque to Napoleon’s invasion of Vienna, with the help of his young friend Mozart. He was one of the most prolific composers, producing over 100 films, 64 stunts, 16 existing pieces, 51 piano sonatas and creative and seasonal oratorios.
Her broad and light face, she endured the insults and struggles of life with the usual humor and humor. Although endowed with a comforting protector, directing his orchestra and opera for 30 years in the Esterhazy building, he opened the basement downstairs in the Queen’s Arena and in world-class art galleries. . These years have proven to be very productive, prompting Haydn to write several times to entertain his guests and celebrities with evening jokes, jokes and jokes on a regular basis.
Phil Grabsky follows the same pattern of presentation of the composer’s profile and music. Through close and open interviews with experts and quotes from Haydns ‘personal records, audiences gain a good overview not only of Haydns’ music, but also of the artist’s appreciation. The film focuses, as in the case of old films, on the drama and interpretation of Haydns’ music, and the performances of the biggest orchestras in the world.