Classical music genre dramas are rare in Hollywood and in motion picture production in general, yet when they are released they quickly become iconic films enjoyed by millions of people around the world.
Examples are "Amadeus" a compelling drama about the life of Mozart produced by Saul Zaentz and based on a Broadway play of the same title, "Shine" about the life of the pianist David Helfgott portrayed by Geofrey Rush, and "The Sound of Music" starring Julie Andrews produced in mid 60'ies in full color.
Film epics in this genre give audiences a glimpse into the process of creation and the opportunity to hear some of the best music and performances not usually available in the movie theater while enjoying direct contact with the music's creators and performers on large scale.
LISZT & CHOPIN IN PARIS is this type of film drama taking the audience to historic Salle Pleyel where famous virtuosos CV Alkan, Sigismond Thalberg, Franz Liszt and Frédéric Chopin prepare for their piano duels in the salons of Paris and the concert halls of historic cities of Europe.
Featuring the most iconic and enigmatic characters ever portrayed in cinema together the film portrays the lives, friendship and rivalry between Franz Liszt and Frédéric Chopin in the context of Lisztomania, a hundred fifty years before Beatlemania, and Jacksonmania, as well as the iconic characters of Robert Schumann, Nicolo Paganini, Hector Berlioz, Richard Wagner, Cosima Wagner, Clara Schumann, Camile Pleyel and other historic icons in epic 3D format.
This film is the Star Wars of classical music due to millions of people following clasical music genre and rarely experiencing it in mainstream cinema. This film promises landmark performances sure to become the staple of best instrumental, vocal and orchestral music ever portrayed in movies recorded by greatest living classical music legends and soloists today.