The arts and Rachmaninov's music, played by Boris Giltburg,
restore our everlasting belief in our earth and our humanity.

Sergey Rachmaninov
Prelude op. 23 N°7

Boris Giltburg, piano

"Best Music Video at the american Directors Circle Festival of Shorts (2015)"

Written and directed by Stéphan Aubé
Produced by Augmentum
Executive producer · Lars Fenger
Producer · Allan O Lückow
DoP · Jacob Marlow
Concept artist · Niels Valentin
Compositing · Jon Angelo Gjetting
Architectural and compositing artist · André Kronsted Holberg
3D digital artists · Teis Johannesson Mørup and Nikoline Deselsted Lind
Production manager · Karina Lærke
Lighting gaffer · Michael Kreutzman
TechnoDolly operator / 1.A.C. · Allan O Lückow
Onset previs operator · Morten V Berg
Still photographer · Torben Rohde
Music producer · Phil Rowlands
Sound design · Baptiste Marie
Introduction text written by Lars Fenger
Storyboart artist · Steffen Vala
Equipment and facilities provided by MoCopenhagen

© Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

  • Agoraphobic

    In the past, in the era of the silent movie, it was the music that followed the images.
    In this film the opposite is true.

  • Stéphan Aubé · Interview

    The french director explains how he works and the way he filmed the Guillaume Connesson's videos

  • Grieg · Nature and Emotion

    Behind the notes of Grieg Piano Concerto.

  • Piano Technique in 4 minutes

    Let’s talk about piano technique in 4 minutes!

  • Rachmaninov · The Return

    Behind the notes of Rachmaninov Preludes for piano

  • Schumann · Arabesque

    Behind the notes of Schumann “Arabesque”

  • The Chromatic Scale

    Behind the scales in the music history.

  • Rachmaninov · Red Riding Hood

    Behind the notes of Rachmaninov “Red Riding Hood”

  • Tchaikovsky · Double Octaves

    Behind the notes of Tchaikovsky’s writting with Boris Giltburg.

  • Stéphan Aubé · Precipitato Interview

    The video director Stéphan Aubé is talking about the making of the "Precipitato" video clip.

  • Mussorgsky · The Promenades

    Boris Giltburg’s personal view on Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition

  • Schumann · The Sphinxes

    Boris Giltburg’s personal view on Schumann’s Sphinxes