What happens when twelve enthusiastic high-school students undertake a journey tracing the early life and times of Eile Wiesel, Nobel Prize winning peace activist and author? The answer lies in the documentary, “In The Footsteps of Elie Wiesel.”
Produced by the Echo Foundation, Fred Story is currently creating an original music score for the film, with sound design and mix duties being handled by Concentrix’s Anthony Fedele.
Recently, the Bechtler Ensemble (string quartet) was in Concentrix Studio 1 to record for the project. In addition to recording Fred’s original themes, the musicians performed beautiful instrumental renditions of the Jewish prayer Ani Maamin. Also lending their talents to the score were violinist Peter de Vries and pianist Paul Nitsch performing Beethoven’s Spring Sonata.
“In The Footsteps of Elie Wiesel” is currently in the final stages of post-production. Look for news about its forthcoming release here.
The Bechtler Ensemble consists of: Peter de Vries – violin, Tatiana Karpova – violin, Sacha Barlow – viola, Tanja Bechtler – cello.