Sir George Solti: Journey of a Lifetime Trailer

Sir George Solti: Journey of a Lifetime Trailer (1977)

"Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the birth of Sir Georg Solti" 01 January 1977 Factual 55 mins

This fantastic documentary celebrates the 100th birthday of Sir Georg Solti, one of the 20th century's most brilliant conductors and a leading figure of musical culture worldwide. His major conducting appointments are central to the film, as are the memories of great musicians like Valery Gergiev, C. von Dohn+¡nyi. A bonus concert with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra shows Solti at the top of his game.

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