Join in the conversation, as we together enjoy Chopin: The Women Behind The Music, a fascinating documentary about the life of great pianist and composer Frédéric Chopin and the story of the women whose voices inspired his music.
To mark the 200th anniversary of Chopin’s birth, this 2010 film follows young concert pianist James Rhodes on a journey to Warsaw, Paris and London to explore the singers who enchanted the composer with their voices: Konstancja, a young soprano and the object of his teenage affections; Delfina, a Polish Parisian émigré countess; fellow composer and opera singer Pauline Viardot; and, during the final few months of his life, the Swedish operatic superstar Jenny Lind.
Threaded through the narrative of the film, Rhodes performs a selection of Chopin’s piano music, while rising young opera singer Natalya Romaniw performs some of the signature arias that thrilled Chopin.
There are two easy ways to join the watch party:
On southfloridasymphony.org/intermission-music-series/ | Simply navigate to this page on Saturday at 8pm and a video player will automatically appear towards the top of the page.
On Facebook Live | Just look for the Facebook Live event to show up on our Facebook page at 8pm on Saturday and click on the event to join. If you tune in on Facebook Live you can comment on the stream, interact with other viewers in real time, and connect with the artists! During this time of social distancing, you can still be connected!