"What do you do when the thing you wanted, so perfect, just comes?" - Morritz
Academy Award-winning director François Girard’s 1998 film, The Red Violin, is available for screening live with the original Oscar-winning score by John Corigliano.
The Red Violin follows the intricate history of a mysterious antique violin from its creation by a legendary violin maker in 1681 Cremona, Italy, to an auction house in modern-day Montreal where it draws the eye of an expert appraiser (Samuel L. Jackson). Follow the violin’s journey as it travels through five different countries over the course of four centuries, mysteriously impacting all who play it.
The Red Violin in Concert comes with the film, complete score and parts, a click track, and a preview film programmed with punches and streamers for the conductor and soloist to view on monitors. Production travels with a Video Show Controller and Sound Engineer. Conductor and solo violinist to be engaged separately. Technical Rider is available upon request. This production is under license from Rhombus Media Inc. and G. Schirmer, Inc.
THE RED VIOLIN (1998)
FILM WITH LIVE ORCHESTRA
A FRANÇOIS GIRARD FILM
MUSIC BY JOHN CORIGLIANO
A SCHIRMER THEATRICAL Production
“THE RED VIOLIN”
A RHOMBUS MEDIA/MIKADO Production
CARLO CECCHI – IRENE GRAZIOLI
JEAN-LUC BIDEAU – GRETA SCACCHI – JASON FLEMYNG – SYLVIA CHANG
COLM FEORE – DON McKELLAR and SAMUEL L. JACKSON
Produced By NIV FICHMAN
Written By DON McKELLAR With FRANÇOIS GIRARD
Directed By FRANÇOIS GIRARD
Produced in associated with New Line International Releasing, Channel Four Films, Telefilm Canada, Citytv/Bravo, Vienna Film Financing Fund and Sony Classical.
The Red Violin film, © by Rhombus Media Inc. used by permission of Rhombus Media Inc.
The Red Violin film score by John Corigliano, © by G. Schirmer, Inc., used by permission of G. Schirmer, Inc. and Sony ATV Tunes, LLC
World Premiere performance at Le Festival de Lanaudiére featuring Lara St. John (July 23, 2016)
Images © 1997 Rhombus Media, Inc. Used with Permission.
Concert Duration: 155 min (inclusive of a 20 minute intermission, the 30 sec entr’acte and 1:40 sec encore cue)
Total Orchestral Playing Time: 66 min
Instrumentation: solo violin; timp.2perc/hp/str(7/6/5/4/3) – minimum recommended STAND count
Subtitling Available: English, French and Spanish, with additional languages available upon request.
For further information, please contact us.
For bookings in Europe, Asia and South America, contact Michael Mushalla at Schirmer Theatrical.