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Louis Lortie joue Beethoven - L'intégrale

Louis Lortie joue Beethoven — L’intégrale

Benoît Guérin, Kim Savoie-Thibault

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Louis Lortie was 10 years old when he discovered Beethoven. Fifty years later — part of a year of festivities surrounding the composer’s 250th birth anniversary — Lortie inaugurated his dazzling full set of Beethoven sonatas in front of enraptured audiences at the Bourgie Hall in Montreal. Though circumstances forced him to continue the series without the captivated crowds, he completed the 32-sonata cycle in the same stunning hall, with passion and dynamism to spare.

Available on October 1, 2021.
Louis Lortie — The Complete Beethoven Piano Sonatas / Concert I: Sonatas 1, 3, 5, 8 and 18
Louis Lortie — The Complete Beethoven Piano Sonatas / Concert II: Sonatas 2, 6, 7, 11 and 17
Louis Lortie — The Complete Beethoven Piano Sonatas / Concert III: Sonatas 10, 15 and 16

Disponible à partir du 15 octobre 2021.
Louis Lortie — The Complete Beethoven Piano Sonatas / Concert IV: Sonatas 4, 13 and 26
Louis Lortie — The Complete Beethoven Piano Sonatas / Concert V: Sonatas 9, 12, and 14

Available on November 5, 2021.
Louis Lortie — The Complete Beethoven Piano Sonatas / Concert VI: Sonatas 21, 22, and 23
Louis Lortie — The Complete Beethoven Piano Sonatas / Concert VII: Sonatas 24, 25, 27, and 28

Available on November 19, 2021.
Louis Lortie — The Complete Beethoven Piano Sonatas / Concert VIII: Sonatas 19, 20 and 29
Louis Lortie — The Complete Beethoven Piano Sonatas / Concert IX: Sonatas 30, 31, and 32
Director Benoît Guérin, Kim Savoie-Thibault
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Benoît Guérin

Benoît Guérin

Benoît Guérin’s multi-faceted expertise as video director builds on a dual academic background in music (operatic singing) and public relations; more than twelve years of experience as studio cameraman for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation; more than eight years as freelance cameraman, and nearly twenty years of acting experience.

Benoît excels particularly in capturing musical events. Among his most recent accomplishments, we find the recording and live broadcast of the 24th Opus Awards Gala (virtual) and the recording of the nine Beethoven symphonies with the Orchestre Métropolitain under the direction of Yannick Nézet-Séguin, for the prestigious Deutsche Grammophon label, to mention a few.

Biographies have been provided by third parties.
Emie R. Roussel Trio / Tanniata (2021); 24e Opus Prize Gala (2021); Louis Lortie — The Complete Beethoven Piano Sonatas, Concerts 1 and 2 (2020); Bach’s B‑Minor Mass / Orchestre métropolitain (2020); Fauré’s Requiem / Orchestre métropolitain (2020); Le Petit Prince / Théâtre du Nouveau Monde et Orchestre métropolitain (2020); Peter and the Wolf / Théâtre du Nouveau Monde et Orchestre métropolitain (2020); The 9 Beethoven symphonies / Orchestre métropolitain (2020); Le Salon de Claudia / Festival international de Littérature (2020)
Kim Savoie-Thibault

Kim Savoie-Thibault

A graduate of the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien (Master’s degree in Arts Management) and holder of a Doctor of Musical Arts Degree from the University of Montreal, Kim Savoie-Thibault joined ProdCan in 2017 as producer. Driven by her musical expertise, she is also involved as video director for live captures of recitals (piano, violin, voice). Deeply convinced of the positive impact of music in the lives of individuals and communities, Kim is dedicated to convey through images the powerful, inspiring, and universal signature of the artists and composers with whom she has the privilege to collaborate.

Biographies have been provided by third parties.
Kerson Leong in recital (2021); Louis Lortie — Chopin, les 27 Études (2021); Louis Lortie — The Complete Beethoven Piano Sonatas / concerts 3,4,5,6,7,8,9 (2020)

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