The Script "Liszt & Chopin In Paris" has plenty of references portraying Liszt's amazing, charismatic personality.
That's why to capture the magic of Liszt's compositions is almost next to impossible. Today, most of Liszt's composition are performed on the "safe-side" and in neutral mode while Chopin's works continue to touch listeners hearts with their inescapable beauty partly because they are so much easier perform apart from being great and masterful works.
However, Liszt’s reputation as the ultimate performer was unparalleled, and his work as a composer was held in awe, primarily because of his pyrotechnical ability to perform it all on stage by himself with amazing improvisational skills and his uncanny ability to choose and perform the right works to take his audiences on the highest emotional rollercoaster.
After leaving Warsaw to Geneva and Paris at young age to study classical music John Mark undertook studies with Prof. Nadia Boulanger at the Paris Conservatory, and then film directing and cinematography at IDHEC/Paris and at Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia that is part of Cinecitta studio in Rome. John Mark speaks English, French, Spanish, Italian and Polish and he has received numerous letters of recognition for his contribution to classical music.
He has written numerous screenplays: GOLDEN VOYAGE, AFTER THE RAINFALL, DEATHBLOW and LISZT & CHOPIN IN PARIS. The Script is now being developed for production as major theatrical motion picture of the same title. He has personally recorded preliminary soundtrack for LISZT & CHOPIN IN PARIS YouTube - Key search words: John Mark Chopin that paves way to the ultimate 3D hypersound surround sound Soundtrack soon to be produced and recorded with world's greatest virtuosos.