FR | 2022 | HD | 65'59'' | French | By Greg Germain | Axe Sud | Broadcasters: France Télévisions, Olympia TV


Axe Sud

The Accordzéâm group offers us multiple interpretations and variations of Schubert's Trout in a culturally mixed style. These five musicians know how to do it all: music from the Middle Ages, Corsican polyphony, rock, rap, western imitation, etc. It's no longer a trout, it's an eel that slips into every universe, or rather a chameleon. It's an extremely joyful and virtuoso show!


Theater: Théâtre du Gymnase, Paris, France.


FR | 2018 | 69’ | HD | French | By Greg Germain | Axe Sud - Les Nouveaux Caractères | Broadcaster: France Télévisions


© Arnaud Bertereau

Pergolese's Stabat Mater (1736) is one of the most beautiful musical works: it is a meditation, a poem on the pain of the Virgin Mary in front of the Christ on the cross. David Bobée and Caroline Mutel bring a contemporary light to this score performed by Les Nouveaux Caractères by staging the pain of refugees who had no other choice than to leave their country. Their story is told by the dancer Bobie Mfoumou, who incarnates both the strength and fragility of the being and the acrobat Salvo Capello, who evokes with extreme sensitivity the souls of all those who have disappeared.

David Bobée is one of the most talented French directors, combining various disciplines, such as video, light, dance, circus and music, in collaboration with other artists. He was the assistant of Éric Lacascade. David Bobée collaborates in Russia with director/filmmaker Kirill Serebrennikov and in Congo with choreographer DeLaVallet Bidiefono.

Musical direction: Sébastien d'Hérin


FR | 2013 | 60’ | HD | By Nicolas Dattilesi | KOALA Prod 


Renaud Garcia-Fons is one of the greatest double bass virtuosos, blending the influences of classical music with flamenco, jazz and Middle Eastern flavours. He brilliantly combines the highest level of dexterity with freedom and creativity. This outstanding musician is revolutionising the way the double bass is conceived, played and perceived. A documentary is also available.

CASAdesus conducts sacre du printemps and brahms

FR | 2013 | 83' | HD | French | By Isabelle Soulard | Skopia films, France 2, France 3 Lille | Broadcaster: France 2


Under Jean-Claude Casadesus’ conduction, the Lille National Orchestra, France performs Le Sacre du Printemps, Stravinsky (36’) in the 'Nouveau Siècle' concert hall in Lille, and a concerto by Brahms. 


FR | 2011 | 89' / 148’ | HD | By Antoine Carlier | Walter Films | Broadcaster: Mezzo


Among all Frantz Liszt’s work, the "Years of Pilgrimage" is the piece depicting the best his Romantic inspiration. Bertrand Chamayou, piano rising star got awarded "Best soloist" in 2011 and "Best Recording” in 2012 for this stunning performance at the "Victoire de la musique classique".


FR | 2011 | 73' | HD | By Olivier Simonnet | Step by Step | Coproducers: Le Concert Spirituel, Mezzo | Broadcaster: France Télévisions


Hervé Niquet, iconoclastic and jubilant choir master of the Opéra National de Paris, conducts the 40-voice Mass by Alessandro Striggio, never-performed since baroque times and mythical becaue of its 40 to 60 voices. The concert takes place in the Cité de l’architecture, Palais de Chaillot. A 52’ version of the documentary is available. 

Orchestra: Le Concert Spirituel


FR | 2011 | 210' | HD | German, French (sub.) | By Denis Caïozzi | Producer: Axe Sud | Partner: Théâtre du Châtelet |  Broadcaster: France Télévision


The Messiah is an atypical but famous Oratorio by Handel, a collage of biblical texts evoking the figure of Christ, from his birth to his resurrection. Handel's work lends itself to the most excessive scenic daring. That of Oleg Kulik (visual conception and costumes), the Russian artist who designed a striking spatial of Vespers of the Virgin by Monteverdi in 2009, is again unusual. 

Shot in Théâtre du Châtelet.

Orchestre philarmonique de Radio France, Coeur du Châtelet.