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Ana de la Vega and the flute

Author: 3B-Produktion

From a farm in Australia to the concert stages of the world – Ana de la Vega and the flute.

  • Ana de la Vega spielt Mozarts Flötenkonzert in G-Dur | Copyright: © Nikolai Sevke

    Ana de la Vega spielt Mozarts Flötenkonzert in G-Dur © Nikolai Sevke

  • Ana de la Vega spielt Mozarts Flötenkonzert in G-Dur | Copyright: © Nikolai Sevke

    Ana de la Vega spielt Mozarts Flötenkonzert in G-Dur © Nikolai Sevke

  • Ana de la Vega in Paris | Copyright: © Nikolai Sevke

    Ana de la Vega in Paris © Nikolai Sevke

The skilled flutist Ana de la Vega would have almost not have become a soloist. The Australian musician had planned to quit the classical music establishment – she settled in Hannover and was planning to enter into music management. Before, she wanted to record one last album – ironically, this farewell-album turned out to be her breakthrough and became a bestseller. So Ana de la Vega postponed her farewell indefinitely – and what a good thing she did!

In “Ana de la Vega and the Flute” the recording of Mozart’s flute concerto in G-Major performed at “Die Glocke” in Bremen, is tightly interwoven with a documentary story ark that introduces an extraordinary soloist, as well as her complex instrument, constructed of mechanical clasps that the artist – quite literally – breathes life into.

A 3B-Produktion GmbH production, commissioned by NDR in cooperation with ARTE

TV Premiere: 31 May at ARTE

Original title Ana de la Vega und die Flöte
English title Ana de la Vega and the flute
Genre Documentary
Duration 43 Min.
Production Company 3B-Produktion
Coproduction Company NDR/Arte
Coproducer Claudia Cellarius
Executive Producer Maria Willer, Bernhard von Hülsen
Director Ralf Baudach
Director of Photography Nikolai Sevke
Sound Engineer Sebastian Jung, Jonas Nahnsen
Editor Imke Koseck

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