"Great TV."

- Globe & Mail

"Dazzling! The life and career of Joseph Boulogne, know as the Black Mozart, is absolutely fascinating."

- Journal de Montreal

"Wonderful. An astounding story."

- New York Daily News

LE MOZART NOIR resurrects the lost genius of Le Chevalier de Saint-Georges, a black composer famous in 18th century France. The son of a slave, Saint-Georges overcame adversities of class, race and prejudice to become a musical star who would inspire Mozart. Tragically, his music and legacy were lost to history. Canada’s internationally acclaimed Tafelmusik Orchestra champions Saint-Georges’ long-silenced music.

Broadcast on the CBC, BBC, TV5 and ARTV among others. Worldwide distribution by Media Headquarters. Home video and Juno-nominated soundtrack album distributed worldwide by CBC Records.

Winner, Banff World Television Award

Finalist, The Golden Rose of Montreux

5 Gemini Award Nominations

Genre: Performing Arts Documentary

Length: 60 minutes

# of Episodes: 1

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