Strad for Lunch (2012)

A one-hour music documentary about the young German born violin virtuoso Oscar Bohorquez' American concert recital debut on a 3 million dollar Stradivarius violin on March 7th, 2012 at the ... See full summary »

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Marianne Hettinger

Writers:

Oscar Bohórquez (co-writer), Marianne Hettinger (co-writer)
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Gustavo Beytelman Gustavo Beytelman ... Himself
Oscar Bohórquez Oscar Bohórquez
Emmanuel Gradoux-matt Emmanuel Gradoux-matt ... Himself
Marianne Hettinger ... Tango Dancer
Pablo Lavandera Pablo Lavandera ... Himself
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A one-hour music documentary about the young German born violin virtuoso Oscar Bohorquez' American concert recital debut on a 3 million dollar Stradivarius violin on March 7th, 2012 at the WPM Concert Hall in New York City, with an all-Argentinian program with works by Agate, Bertelsmann, Gustavo and Monastery. The film consists of a 15-minute portrait of the artist that includes an interview and a tango dance followed by the 45 minute live concert. Directed by Marianne Hettinger. Written by Anonymous

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 July 2012 (Germany) See more »

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Wonderful Concert Film
16 August 2015 | by sibille-21-169223See all my reviews

I saw Strad for Lunch in 2013 at a movie theatre in Germany. Wonderful documentary film featuring the fantastic Oscar Bohorquez making his New York violin debut with pieces by wonderful Argentine composers- The sound quality and images are superb and I also enjoyed the interview portion and tango dance with Mr- Bohorquez and filmmaker Marianne Hettinger.One of the composers, Beytelmann, is still living and is also being interviewed in the film. There is also a section where violin making is discussed and the owner of the WMP Hall where the concert took place, discusses the Stradivarius violin he lent to Mr. Bohorquez on which he made his debut. The concert has a great live feel with a live audience and we even learn facts about violin building and there is an interview with people at the Christie's auction house where violin bows are discussed. What a feast for eyes and ears!


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