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¡Viva Maestro! (April 15th) - Theodore Braun

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Venezuelan-born conductor Gustavo Dudame lhas set the music world afire with his electric and original interpretations of the greatest symphonic works. While leading orchestras around the world, his passion, conducting brilliance and broad embrace of all kinds of music have earned him a global audience and a reputation as the brightest star in the classical universe. In a career that began when he was appointed music director of the Simón Bolívar National Youth Orchestra of Venezuela at the age of 18, he has also been named one of Time’s “100 Most Influential People,”served as the inspiration for Amazon’s “Mozart in the Jungle,”appeared beside Elmo on “Sesame Street”and, since 2009, served as music and artistic director of the renowned Los Angeles Philharmonic, one of the most innovative and forward-looking orchestras in the world and, according to The New York Times, “the most important orchestra in America. Period.”

¡Viva Maestro! is an intimate yet expansive exploration of Dudamel’s creative life and values from critically acclaimed, award-winning filmmaker Ted Braun. His new feature documentary takes audiences on a cinematic and sonic journey inside the imagination of a musical genius and around the globe as Dudamel leads the world’s great orchestras and works with and inspires young musicians across the planet -in Los Angeles, Berlin, Mexico City, Hamburg, Vienna and finally Santiago, Chile.

This accomplished documentary by Theodore Braun will be released in select theatres in April.

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Theodore (Ted) Braun