Special confrontation theater and music, the extraordinary story of two musical geniuses: Glenn Gould and Yehudi Menuhin.
Violinist Ami Flammer, who knew Yehudi Menuhin in the twilight of his outstanding career, says, using the most rudimentary theater processes, humanistic course of this genius who throughout the history of the 20th century. A genius who thought he had to play for all ages and music one day save the world ...
Conversely, the pianist Glenn Gould finally leaves the world stage at the age of thirty-two years. He could not stand the relationship that develops inevitably seduction between an artist and his audience, and did not believe either in the redemptive power of music. He then refugee in recording studios in Canada and New York, bringing the art of interpretation to perfection, using hard emerging technology studios fifties. He also has a passion for new media such as television and radio, for which he created many programs. Charles Berling embodies this extraordinary pianist, also drawing on the many unusual writings of this provocative genius.
The show is none other than the duel between two opposing art music in particular, and the art scene in general approaches. Friend, alone with his violin and his chair, the argument that Charles theatrical, like Gould, changing a scene overrun by technology space. But a fleeting encounter between these two "worlds" truly place one day, suggesting a shared interpretation of Bach, Schoenberg, Beethoven.