- Liszt's Intégrale poetic and religious harmonies
- Frédéric Chopin, Intégrale des Nocturnes aux chandelles
- Looking for Beethoven
- Le pianiste aux 50 doigts
- Le jour où j'ai rencontré Franz Liszt
- Une petite histoire de la grande musique
- Block 15 or music as a form of resistance
- Two Alice in Wonderland
- The duel
- The strange concert of Pascal Amoyel
Block 15 or music as a form of resistance
Emmanuelle Bertrand cello
Pascal Amoyel piano
Pieces by KREISLER, LISZT, BACH, GRIEF, AMOYEL, LAKS, MESSIAEN, BLOCH, CHOPIN
Few people know that there was a women’s orchestra at Auschwitz as well as an orchestra composed of men …
The strictness of the conductors and a musical discipline worthy of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra prevented the male and female musicians from losing their minds and helped them deal with the horror, offering them a ‘haven of peace’ of sorts.
Following the accounts of two musicians (Anita Lasker-Wallfisch and Simon Laks), literally saved by music, pondering the capacity of the human being to be moved to tears by a melody and the next moment to commit the most horrific crimes, Emmanuelle Bertrand and Pascal Amoyel bring this incredible experience back to life, between humour and gravity, leaving us with a message emanating hope.
Peter Brook, Septembre 2018
Une recherche très pure et touchante.
Teaser Block 15, the notes of hope
Based on the true story of Anita Lasker-Wallfisch and Simon Laks
with Emmanuelle Bertrand, cello
Pascal Amoyel, piano