“If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a video is worth a million”.
At Knight Classical we enjoy innovation, and a particularly popular concept of ours is the narrative audio-visual album.
Retaining 100% of the audio quality of a studio recording thanks to our expert sound engineer, we take things one step further by adding a state-of-the art audio-visual dimension with experienced cinematography and direction. The result is a powerful showcase of artist and repertoire, and immerses the viewer in the performer’s unique interpretative sound world by way of a profound cinematic experience.
Audio-visual albums so far include the complete Paganini Caprices for Solo Violin, and the 24 Préludes for Solo Piano by Claude Debussy, with others in the pipeline for completion later this year.