Quincy Jones in Paris 'Soundtrack of the 80s' 8K

Author: Auditorium Films

“Off the Wall”, “Thriller”, “Bad” and more presented by Quincy Jones himself, accompanied by a symphony orchestra and very special guest artists in 8K.

  • Quincy Jones in Paris ’Soundtrack of the 80s’ 8K | Copyright: © Auditorium Films

    © Auditorium Films

In his seventy-year career, Quincy Jones has arranged, composed, produced and orchestrated for America's most legendary artists: Louis Armstrong, Sarah Vaughan, Ray Charles, Barbra Streisand, Dinah Washington, Stevie Wonder, Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis, Frank Sinatra, Michael Jackson and many others.

Be-bop, jazz, funk, bossa nova, hip-hop ... he commands all styles, and his musical journey has been marked by hits: Thriller, Billie Jean, Fly Me to the Moon, You don't own me ... But the accolades extend beyond music, and into cinema and television: Quincy Jones also distinguished himself in the composition of music for films that have become emblematic of their eras. The Color Purple (1986), The Wiz (1978), Pawnbroker (1964), Ironside ...

The winner of multiple Grammy Awards and an Oscar, Quincy Jones also composed one of the world's best-selling singles: “We Are the World” in 1985, a song for charity, and produced one of the most iconic albums of all time: Thriller, performed by Michael Jackson.

Quincy Jones is a pioneer: the first African-American to write a song for cinema, to be nominated for an Oscar for best original song, or to hold the position of vice-president of a label (Mercury in 1961).
A trailblazer who commands respect and has paved the way for entire new generations: Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar ... the list goes on.

Thursday 27th June 2019 at the Accor Hotels Arena, Paris
Genre: Pop Music
Duration: 120 minutes
Format: 8K
Producers: ARTE / Qwest TV



Promoting Dance through the Media Industries

IMZ International Music + Media Centre

dancescreen helps you to take your business further offering exlusive business promotion and rare networking opportunites.

Deutscher Kamerapreis for Accentus documentary

Accentus Music

Mitja Hagelueken, DOP of the Accentus Music film „What to do with all this love“, has received the award for his “unobtrusive and sensitive camera work”.

Accentus Music at Opernhaus Zürich

Accentus Music

This June, Accentus will return to the Opernhaus Zürich to film Spuck’s choreography of “Romeo and Juliet” and Homoki’s staging of Verdi’s “Nabucco”.

International Emmy® Awards: Semi Final Judging

IMZ International Music + Media Centre

On 13 June 2019 the IMZ, ORF-Enterprise and Cult Film will host the 47th Semi Final Judging Round for the International Emmy Awards in Vienna.


Benefit from exclusive insights + opportunties with a thematic variety of IMZ Mailings to choose from.

By clicking "SUBSCRIBE" you consent that your data can be processed by the IMZ International Music + Media Centre for the purposes of processing your inquiry.