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      Five Days in September: The Rebirth of an Orchestra

      G 2005 1 hr. 18 min. Documentary List
      Reviews The ascension of a new music director is a trying period for any symphony, particularly when the orchestra in question is suffering financial problems. In the fall of 2004, conductor Peter Oundjian finds himself in just that situation as he first steps up to the podium as the music director of the august Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Filmmaker Barbara Willis Sweete's documentary shadows Oundjian during his first week, which includes appearances by classical superstars Renee Fleming and Yo-Yo Ma. Read More Read Less

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      Synopsis The ascension of a new music director is a trying period for any symphony, particularly when the orchestra in question is suffering financial problems. In the fall of 2004, conductor Peter Oundjian finds himself in just that situation as he first steps up to the podium as the music director of the august Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Filmmaker Barbara Willis Sweete's documentary shadows Oundjian during his first week, which includes appearances by classical superstars Renee Fleming and Yo-Yo Ma.
      Director
      Barbara Willis Sweete
      Executive Producer
      Niv Fichman
      Screenwriter
      Barbara Willis Sweete
      Production Co
      Rhombus Media Inc.
      Rating
      G
      Genre
      Documentary
      Original Language
      English