This section gives access to diverse and sometimes little-known musical repertoires and films through a presentation of works that have inspired certain artists.
Born in Montenegro in 1983, Milos Karadaglic has won world acclaim for his gifted playing style and a repertoire that crosses borders, genres and musical tastes.
Pop/rock music arose in the second half of the 20th century by drawing on a number of musical influences such as rhythm and blues, jazz, folk and classical music.
From Bach and Puccini to Tchaikovsky and Bizet, classical music composers have been inspiring filmmakers over the years. Their influence, feelings and sensibility find their way onto the silver screen and help filmmakers express themselves.
A singer, songwriter, pianist and entertainer, Mika conquered the entire pop world at the age of 24 with an exceptional tenor voice spanning more than three octaves.
Born in Mali in the 1940s, in a poor and landlocked village, Salif Keita dreamt of travelling the world with his music.
Hélène Grimaud began playing the piano at the age of seven. Today, she is one of the most critically acclaimed and popular pianists in the world.
A piercing voice, intense lyrics and a career marked by constant renewal of genres and atmospheres: this is PJ Harvey, the UK singer who holds a special place in modern music.
From the very beginning, cinema has been inspired by literature. In 1902, cinematic pioneer Georges Méliès borrowed from the fantasy world of Jules Verne's 1865 novelFrom the Earth to the Moon.
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