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Five Days in September




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“Five Days In September: The Rebirth of an Orchestra” is a provocative and intimate ‘reality-style’ documentary revealing the inner workings of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra (TSO) as it launches into its opening season with an amazingly charismatic new Maestro - Peter Oundjiian. During one intense week the TSO is host to musical superstars Yo-Yo Ma, Emanuel Ax and Renee Fleming. “Five Days in September: The Re-birth of an Orchestra” offers candid footage of these great soloists as they interact with the Maestro, prepare in their dressing rooms, interact with their fans backstage and rehearse and perform with the orchestra. It also offers an insider’s view of the complex and intricate human machine that prepares for and attends to every need of their musical guests.
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July 11th, 2007
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  • 1.33 : 1
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