Julien will present his Chopin album this evening in the live broadcast of Lionel Esparza, Classic Club, on the classical french radio France Musique. At 10pm tonight ! https://www.francemusique.fr/emissions/classic-club
Debut Album of Julien Brocal – Read the article of Erica Jean : https://www.theguardian.com/music/2017/jan/12/julien-brocal-chopin-preludes-etc-cd-review-quietly-riveting This recording project devoted to Frederic Chopin‘s repertoire was obvious to me. I was very familiar with this repertory during my adolescence thanks to my teacher Erik Berchot, who transmitted to me his deep passion for this composer, and it is to
In this documentary directed by Kathy Kasic, Julien is presenting his work as a composer in a unique place, Tippet Rise Art Center, located in Fishtail, Montana, against the backdrop of the Beartooth Mountains, roughly midway between Billings and Bozeman and north of Yellowstone National Park. Set on a 10,260-acre working sheep and cattle ranch, Tippet
The Partitura Project is a movement founded by a collective of artists, questioning their role and responsibility – be it æsthetic, ethical, social, pedagogical or spiritual – in a society where some of the most fundamental human values seem in crisis. It is the group’s aim to enable an open dialogue between different genres of
How do we do when the three of us want to play the slow movement of the Mozart Concerto n°21 ? We may have found a compromise in Madrid at the Auditorio Nacional de Música, with the fantastic Orquesta de Cámara Andrés Segovia directed by Victor Ambroa Martin
About a violinist in a daydream, this lyrical-performative film was inspired by Patrick Dougherty’s sculpture, Daydreams. Julien Brocal improvised a piano part on the violin of Eunice Kim. Sculpture Patrick Dougherty, “Daydreams » Film Director and Cinematographer Kathy Kasic Composers Eunice Kim and Julien Brocal Performance By Eunice Kim and Julien Brocal Sound Mickey Houlihan
Pioneer is a large-scale wooden sculpture constructed at Tippet Rise Art Center by artist Stephen Talasnik. Informed by Space Architecture of the early 60’s, it was engineered by Arup and crafted by Gunnstock Timber Frames using yellow cedar from the northwestern United States. The piece is influenced by traditions of 20th century visionary architecture. This
A lyrical-performative film inspired by Alexander Calder’s fascination with the universe, using imagery from NASA projected onto Calder’s sculpture, The Stainless Stealer, in collaboration with pianist and composer, Julien Brocal. His composition, Daydreaming Impressions, is dedicated to Tom Yorke‘s song also called Daydreaming from the last Radiohead‘s album. Sculpture “The Stainless Stealer », Alexander Calder, 1966.