The famous actor John Malkovich has another new work planned to be exposed. According to foreign media reports, he will star in a biopic called “The Yellow Tie” and play the famous conductor Sergiu Celibidache in it.
And Sergiu Celibidache’s son, Serge Ioan Celebidachi, who is also a producer, will participate in the filming as a producer.
Before the biopic, Serge Ioan Celebidachi had made a documentary called “Le Jardin de Celibidache”, which talked about his father’s work and life.
It is reported that this biopic will tell about Celibidache’s work and life in chronological order, responding to the controversy of classical music fans.
Sergiu Celibidache, Romanian conductor, one of the world famous conductor masters in the 20th century.
He was educated in Romania in his early years, and then went to Paris and Berlin to study at the Conservatory.
In 1945, Sergiu Celibidache began to replace Furtwängler as the permanent conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, becoming an attractive new generation conductor.
Sergiu Celibidache resigned in 1954, and then moved to Europe, the United States, Japan and other places as guest conductors.
Later, he served as conductor and music director of the Munich Philharmonic until his death. In 1992, he conducted the Berlin Philharmonic again.
Sergiu Celibidache died in Paris in 1996.
Celibidache is recognized as one of the best conductors in the world so far.
Sergiu Celibidache was controversial because of his unruly personality and extremely stingy with recording, but behind him he rose to fame, became a group of his own, and was sought after by the majority of music fans.
He has had a long and outstanding cooperation with the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, and has achieved a living myth.
Wherever he went, he left a profound impact.
Although he resolutely rejected all forms of recording throughout his life, it was the record company that made him widely recognized.
After his death, with the authorization of the heir to his estate, EMI released a batch of live recordings of his time in Munich.
The DG company also followed suit and vigorously spread its live concerts during the Stuttgart period.
Currently, “The Yellow Tie” is scheduled to be shot in Romania in the spring and summer of 2022.