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SBS French - SBS en français
Depuis nos archives ce focus sur Jean-Paul Belmondo

SBS French - SBS en français

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 24:08


Depuis nos archives ce focus sur Jean-Paul Belmondo avec Michel Richard, ancien directeur de l'Alliance Française de Melbourne. Il parle de Bébel à l'occasion de la Rétrospective de l'Alliance Française Classic Film Festival de 2017 et les 6 films à l'affiche: Pierrot le Fou, l'homme de Rio, Stavisky, Weekend à Dunkirk, Léon Morin, prêtre et Le Doulos.

Glasbeni poudarki
Glasbeni poudarki

Glasbeni poudarki

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 3:59


Pregled glasbenih vsebin, ki jih boste lahko danes spremljali na Programu Ars: Glasbeno jutranjico tokrat pripravlja Tina Ogrin, ki je izbrala skladbe skladateljev baroka, klasicizma, romantike in 20. stoletja. Cikel oddaj Skladatelj tedna pripravlja Domen Marinčič, ime tega tedna pa je Michel-Richard de Lalande. Znan je predvsem kot avtor cerkvene glasbe in velja za največjega francoskega skladatelja slavnostnih motetov za velike zasedbe s solisti, zborom in orkestrom. Kmalu po Lullyjevi smrti je postal najljubši skladatelj Ludvika Štirinajstega. Njegovo glasbo so na francoskem dvoru izvajali vse do francoske revolucije. Veliki džezovski orkestri - big bandi so v zgodovini imeli pomembno vlogo. Od poznih dvajsetih let 20. stoletja so se obdržali vse do danes. V oddajo Orkestralni jazz, ki jo pripravlja Hugo Šekoranja boste poslušajte zgodbe iz preteklosti in sodobne džezovske orkestre. V oddaji Koncertni dogodki na tujem Polona Kovačič izbira koncerte iz ponudbe Evroradijske mreže radijskih postaj. Tokrat je izbrala posnetek, ki je nastal 7. avgusta lani na Salzburškem festivalu. Takrat so iz avstrijske kulturne metropole pripotovali Dunajski filharmoniki in pod taktirko redno vabljenega latvijskega dirigenta Andrisa Nelsonsa izvedli Simfonijo št. 6 v a-molu, imenovano tudi 'Tragična', Gustava Mahlerja. V petih oddajah Zborovska glasba vas bomo popeljali v zgodovino tekmovanj Naša pesem, ki jih pripravljajo v dvorani Union v Mariboru. Iz srečanj pevskih zborov nekdanje domovine se je na enem najbolj priljubljenih in akustičnih odrov daleč naokrog rodilo eno najzahtevnejših državnih tekmovanj, ki še danes velja za najtrši oreh in najprestižnejši dosežek vsakega slovenskega pevskega zbora. O tem, kako se je začelo, in kaj je znano o predhodnikih tega tekmovanja se bo Urška Čop Šmajgert pogovarjala s Francijem Pivcem. V oddaji Glasba, gledališče in jazz Aleksander Golja predstavlja film Top Hat, v prevodu Cilinder, ki je nastal v Hollywoodu leta 1935. V filmu nastopata Ginger Rogers in Fred Astaire, film pa sodi v zvrst screwball komedij, ki so bile v tridesetih letih 20. stoletja izjemno popularna zvrst komedije, za katero so značilni hiter in zabaven dialog ter situacije, ki so predstavljene z vratolomno hitrostjo.

Composers Datebook
Paul Fetler's "Capriccio"

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2021 2:00


Synopsis On today's date in 1985, a brand-new piece of music had its premiere in a brand-new concert hall in Minnesota. The American composer Paul Fetler wrote his jaunty "Capriccio" to celebrate both the first concert of the 7th season of conductor Jay Fishman's Minneapolis Chamber Symphony and the new Ordway Music Theater in St. Paul, which had just opened its doors to the public that year. "When Jay Fishman commissioned me to compose a dedicatory work for their opening concert," wrote Fetler, "I immediately thought of a composition which would be light-hearted, buoyant, and playful. I felt for once that the 'serious' contemporary music scene (which I often find to be 'super-serious') could stand a bit of contrast. Perhaps the time is ripe to have a few pieces which are less 'profound,' something with the flair of Rossini to divert the listener from the 'daily burdens of life.'" And Fetler concluded: " There is no story behind the 'Capriccio,' but the whimsy and playfulness are intended to suggest a musical caper of a kind. To bring this out, I made primary use of the woodwinds, in particular the flute and piccolo, with their skips, runs, and arpeggios." Music Played in Today's Program Paul Fetler: Capriccio (Ann Arbor Symphony; Arie Lipsky, cond.) Naxos 8.559606 On This Day Births 1757 - Austrian-born composer and piano maker Ignaz Joseph Pleyel, in Ruppertsthal, near Vienna; He studied with Haydn and was one of the older composer's favorite pupils; 1904 - Birth of French composer and conductor Manuel Rosenthal, in Paris; His ballet arrangement of Offenbach melodies, "Gaîté Parisienne," is his best-known work; 1843 - Austrian cellist and composer David Popper, in Prague; 1905 - Estonian-born Swedish composer Eduard Tubin, in Kalaste, near Tartu (Dorpat) (Julian date: June 5); 1942 - English singer, composer and former Beatle, Sir Paul McCartney, in Liverpool; Deaths 1726 - French composer Michel-Richard de Lalande (La Lande, Delalande), age 68, at Versailles; Premieres 1821 - Weber: opera "Der Freischütz" (The Freeshooter), in Berlin at the Königliches Schauspielhaus; 1923 - Gershwin: musical revue, "George White's Scandals of 1923" at the Globe Theater in New York City; 1958 - Britten: opera "Noye's Fludde," in Orford Church, near Aldeburgh; 1980 - Persichetti: "Three Toccatinas" for Piano, by contestants in the International Piano Festival and Competition at the University of Maryland; 1992 - Anthony Davis: opera "Tania" at the American Music Theater Festival in Philadelphia; Others 1837 - Mendelssohn finishes his String Quartet in e, Op. 44, no. 2, in Freiburg (Germany), while on his honeymoon.

Composers Datebook
Paul Fetler's "Capriccio"

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2021 2:00


Synopsis On today's date in 1985, a brand-new piece of music had its premiere in a brand-new concert hall in Minnesota. The American composer Paul Fetler wrote his jaunty "Capriccio" to celebrate both the first concert of the 7th season of conductor Jay Fishman's Minneapolis Chamber Symphony and the new Ordway Music Theater in St. Paul, which had just opened its doors to the public that year. "When Jay Fishman commissioned me to compose a dedicatory work for their opening concert," wrote Fetler, "I immediately thought of a composition which would be light-hearted, buoyant, and playful. I felt for once that the 'serious' contemporary music scene (which I often find to be 'super-serious') could stand a bit of contrast. Perhaps the time is ripe to have a few pieces which are less 'profound,' something with the flair of Rossini to divert the listener from the 'daily burdens of life.'" And Fetler concluded: " There is no story behind the 'Capriccio,' but the whimsy and playfulness are intended to suggest a musical caper of a kind. To bring this out, I made primary use of the woodwinds, in particular the flute and piccolo, with their skips, runs, and arpeggios." Music Played in Today's Program Paul Fetler: Capriccio (Ann Arbor Symphony; Arie Lipsky, cond.) Naxos 8.559606 On This Day Births 1757 - Austrian-born composer and piano maker Ignaz Joseph Pleyel, in Ruppertsthal, near Vienna; He studied with Haydn and was one of the older composer's favorite pupils; 1904 - Birth of French composer and conductor Manuel Rosenthal, in Paris; His ballet arrangement of Offenbach melodies, "Gaîté Parisienne," is his best-known work; 1843 - Austrian cellist and composer David Popper, in Prague; 1905 - Estonian-born Swedish composer Eduard Tubin, in Kalaste, near Tartu (Dorpat) (Julian date: June 5); 1942 - English singer, composer and former Beatle, Sir Paul McCartney, in Liverpool; Deaths 1726 - French composer Michel-Richard de Lalande (La Lande, Delalande), age 68, at Versailles; Premieres 1821 - Weber: opera "Der Freischütz" (The Freeshooter), in Berlin at the Königliches Schauspielhaus; 1923 - Gershwin: musical revue, "George White's Scandals of 1923" at the Globe Theater in New York City; 1958 - Britten: opera "Noye's Fludde," in Orford Church, near Aldeburgh; 1980 - Persichetti: "Three Toccatinas" for Piano, by contestants in the International Piano Festival and Competition at the University of Maryland; 1992 - Anthony Davis: opera "Tania" at the American Music Theater Festival in Philadelphia; Others 1837 - Mendelssohn finishes his String Quartet in e, Op. 44, no. 2, in Freiburg (Germany), while on his honeymoon.

Industry Standard w/ Barry Katz
Shep Gordon (Best of, Part 2 of 2)

Industry Standard w/ Barry Katz

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 60:45


In 1969, SHEP GORDON founded Alive Enterprises, a personal management company and over the years, Gordon and Alive have been responsible for managing the careers of Alice Cooper, Groucho Marx, Raquel Welch, Anne Murray, Ben Vereen, Teddy Pendergrass, Stephanie Mills, Blondie, Manhattan Transfer, Burton Cummings, Yvonne Elliman, Midnight Star, George Clinton, Luther Vandross, Rick James, Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, Kenny Loggins, Gipsy Kings , the Pointer Sisters, and many more, who have sold a total of over 100 million albums worldwide. Gordon and Alive set many precedents in the music industry including the first television production of an album (Alice Cooper’s “Welcome to My Nightmare”), the first long form rock video produced for home release (Blondie’s “Eat to the Beat”), and one of the first concert television series (“Rock and Roll Tonight”), all of which inspired a new generation of music video and theatrical rock concert productions. In the mid 70’s, Alive ventured into the movie business where its first production Ridley Scott’s “The Duellists” won the Best Debut Film award at the 1977 Cannes Film Festival. After several studio productions, including “Roadie” and “Endangered Species,” Gordon co-founded with Chris Blackwell and Island Records, Island Alive and Alive Films, for the production of independent feature films. Their commitment to artistic freedom attracted influential filmmakers and has been responsible for the production and/or distribution of the Academy Award-winning “Kiss of the Spider Woman,” Academy Award-nominated “Betty Blue,” “Marlene” and “El Norte,” Lindsay Anderson’s “The Whales of August,” Alan Rudolph’s “Choose Me” and “The Moderns,” John Carpenter’s “Prince of Darkness,” “They Live and Village of the Damned,” Wes Craven’s “People Under the Stairs,” Sam Shepard’s “Silent Tongue,” as well as 40 other movies. In 1975, Alive expanded into the restaurant industry with the opening of its first restaurant, Carlos ’n Charlies, which became a Hollywood institution for 20 years and then in the late 1980’s, Alive partnered with Robert DeNiro to open Tribeca Grill in New York City. Alive’s restaurant business is still active having opened approximately 40 restaurants thus far, the most current being a founding partnership in Jean-Georges’ Spice Market in New York City. In the ‘90’s, Gordon’s started focusing on food as entertainment and chefs as entertainers, founding Alive Culinary Resources, which was designed to bridge the gap between the public and the world’s most sought-after chefs. From its inception, his client roster read like a who’s who of the culinary world, including legendary French Chef Roger Vergé, Alice Waters, Wolfgang Puck, Charlie Trotter, Emeril Lagasse, Dean Fearing, Nobu, Todd English, Charlie Palmer, Larry Forgione, Paul Prudhomme, Jimmy Schmidt, Stephen Pyles, Robert del Grande, Daniel Boulud, Michel Richard, and 100 more of today’s most famous chefs. Gordon was inducted into the Hawaii Culinary Hall of Fame and has also won numerous other industry awards, including being named one of the 100 most influential people in Rolling Stone magazine.

Industry Standard w/ Barry Katz
Shep Gordon (Best of, Part 1 of 2)

Industry Standard w/ Barry Katz

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 58:31


In 1969, SHEP GORDON founded Alive Enterprises, a personal management company and over the years, Gordon and Alive have been responsible for managing the careers of Alice Cooper, Groucho Marx, Raquel Welch, Anne Murray, Ben Vereen, Teddy Pendergrass, Stephanie Mills, Blondie, Manhattan Transfer, Burton Cummings, Yvonne Elliman, Midnight Star, George Clinton, Luther Vandross, Rick James, Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, Kenny Loggins, Gipsy Kings , the Pointer Sisters, and many more, who have sold a total of over 100 million albums worldwide. Gordon and Alive set many precedents in the music industry including the first television production of an album (Alice Cooper’s “Welcome to My Nightmare”), the first long form rock video produced for home release (Blondie’s “Eat to the Beat”), and one of the first concert television series (“Rock and Roll Tonight”), all of which inspired a new generation of music video and theatrical rock concert productions. In the mid 70’s, Alive ventured into the movie business where its first production Ridley Scott’s “The Duellists” won the Best Debut Film award at the 1977 Cannes Film Festival. After several studio productions, including “Roadie” and “Endangered Species,” Gordon co-founded with Chris Blackwell and Island Records, Island Alive and Alive Films, for the production of independent feature films. Their commitment to artistic freedom attracted influential filmmakers and has been responsible for the production and/or distribution of the Academy Award-winning “Kiss of the Spider Woman,” Academy Award-nominated “Betty Blue,” “Marlene” and “El Norte,” Lindsay Anderson’s “The Whales of August,” Alan Rudolph’s “Choose Me” and “The Moderns,” John Carpenter’s “Prince of Darkness,” “They Live and Village of the Damned,” Wes Craven’s “People Under the Stairs,” Sam Shepard’s “Silent Tongue,” as well as 40 other movies. In 1975, Alive expanded into the restaurant industry with the opening of its first restaurant, Carlos ’n Charlies, which became a Hollywood institution for 20 years and then in the late 1980’s, Alive partnered with Robert DeNiro to open Tribeca Grill in New York City. Alive’s restaurant business is still active having opened approximately 40 restaurants thus far, the most current being a founding partnership in Jean-Georges’ Spice Market in New York City. In the ‘90’s, Gordon’s started focusing on food as entertainment and chefs as entertainers, founding Alive Culinary Resources, which was designed to bridge the gap between the public and the world’s most sought-after chefs. From its inception, his client roster read like a who’s who of the culinary world, including legendary French Chef Roger Vergé, Alice Waters, Wolfgang Puck, Charlie Trotter, Emeril Lagasse, Dean Fearing, Nobu, Todd English, Charlie Palmer, Larry Forgione, Paul Prudhomme, Jimmy Schmidt, Stephen Pyles, Robert del Grande, Daniel Boulud, Michel Richard, and 100 more of today’s most famous chefs. Gordon was inducted into the Hawaii Culinary Hall of Fame and has also won numerous other industry awards, including being named one of the 100 most influential people in Rolling Stone magazine.

En pistes ! L'actualité du disque classique
Les quatuors à cordes et quintettes avec hautbois de Josef Myslivecek

En pistes ! L'actualité du disque classique

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2020 117:32


durée : 01:57:32 - En pistes ! du lundi 21 décembre 2020 - par : Emilie Munera, Rodolphe Bruneau Boulmier - Au programme, des rééditions avec deux coffrets dont l'un réunit les œuvres orchestrales de Charles Ives sous la baguette de Michael Tilson Thomas et l'autre les enregistrements Schubert et Brahms du pianiste Murray Perahia. A retrouver aussi, un opéra de Michel-Richard de Lalande... - réalisé par : Charlotte Thoreau La Salle

Le Disque classique du jour
Michel-Richard de Lalande - Boston Early Music Festival Chamber Ensemble, Paul O'Dette

Le Disque classique du jour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2020 11:32


durée : 00:11:32 - Michel-Richard de Lalande - Boston Early Music Festival Chamber Ensemble, Paul O'Dette

Complètement Buzzant
Épisode 21 Quizzzz 2, The Mistle Tones et dégustation

Complètement Buzzant

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2019 45:11


Au menu cette semaine, une dégustation de produits à saveur de Noel dont du Normandin, ainsi qu'un Michel Richard au lait de poule. Michael suggère le film The Mistle Tones pour votre prochaine soirée P et partage toute son admiration envers Elyse Marquis. La chanson PS : River de Joni Mitchell

Desde La Reda
DEPORTES INC 20AGO2019

Desde La Reda

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2019 44:49


Michel Richard, fundador de DeportesInc y ex Director Deportivo del Zacatepec, nos platica sus experiencias. Además hablamos de la vida de los jugadores, después y durante su carrera. Dale Play a Deportes Inc.

Industry Night with Foodie & The Beast
Sous Vide with Cuisine Solutions

Industry Night with Foodie & The Beast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2018 61:36


We’ve cooked up something truly delicious for today’s show! Sous vide is the innovative slow-cooking technique that a company called Cuisine Solutions pioneered, perfected and popularized. Distinguished chefs such as Thomas Keller, Daniel Boulud, Mark Miller and the late Charlie Trotter and Michel Richard have relied on Cuisine Solutions’ expertise in developing their own sous-vide recipes. In fact, more than 80% Michelin-starred chefs have received personal sous-vide training at Cuisine Solutions’ Culinary Research and Education Academy (CREA). In with us today from Cuisine Solutions to with tastes and talk of sous vide and Cuisine Solutions are Chef Delian DiPietro and Chef Consultant AJ Schaller.

Samedi et rien d'autre
Musique classique avec Edgar Fruitier

Samedi et rien d'autre

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2018 9:56


L’intégrale des mélodies pour voix et piano de Gabriel Fauré, des musiques religieuses de Michel-Richard de Lalande, des concertos pour orchestre de Bartók et Kodály, de la musique minimaliste de John Adams et 4 concertos de la famille Bach

Samedi et rien d'autre
Musique classique avec Edgar Fruitier

Samedi et rien d'autre

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2018 9:56


L’intégrale des mélodies pour voix et piano de Gabriel Fauré, des musiques religieuses de Michel-Richard de Lalande, des concertos pour orchestre de Bartók et Kodály, de la musique minimaliste de John Adams et 4 concertos de la famille Bach

Forks on the Left
The Side Dish 3 - Cookbook Gift Picks 2016

Forks on the Left

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2016 18:22


Cookbook Gift Ideas from one of the world's most knowledgeable cooks and cookbook authors: Susie Heller, co-author of all 5 of Thomas Keller’s cookbooks including “The French Laundry," “The Pizza Bible” with Tony Gemignani, and “Happy in the Kitchen” with Michel Richard. There's something here for every cook and foodie on your list! Check out our website for links to each of the books Susie recommends. Susie Heller: @susiefeast Follow us on Twitter (@forks_ontheleft), Instagram (forks_ontheleft) and Facebook. Please rate us and leave us a review on iTunes!

Industry Standard w/ Barry Katz
166: Shep Gordon

Industry Standard w/ Barry Katz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2016 121:25


In 1969, SHEP GORDON founded Alive Enterprises, a personal management company and over the years, Gordon and Alive have been responsible for managing the careers of Alice Cooper, Groucho Marx, Raquel Welch, Anne Murray, Ben Vereen, Teddy Pendergrass, Stephanie Mills, Blondie, Manhattan Transfer, Burton Cummings, Yvonne Elliman, Midnight Star, George Clinton, Luther Vandross, Rick James, Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, Kenny Loggins, Gipsy Kings , the Pointer Sisters, and many more, who have sold a total of over 100 million albums worldwide.  Gordon and Alive set many precedents in the music industry including the first television production of an album (Alice Cooper’s “Welcome to My Nightmare”), the first long form rock video produced for home release (Blondie’s “Eat to the Beat”), and one of the first concert television series (“Rock and Roll Tonight”), all of which inspired a new generation of music video and theatrical rock concert productions.  In the mid 70’s, Alive ventured into the movie business where its first production Ridley Scott’s “The Duellists”  won the Best Debut Film award at the 1977 Cannes Film Festival.  After several studio productions, including “Roadie” and “Endangered Species,” Gordon co-founded with Chris Blackwell and Island Records, Island Alive and Alive Films, for the production of independent feature films. Their commitment to artistic freedom attracted influential filmmakers and has been responsible for the production and/or distribution of the Academy Award-winning “Kiss of the Spider Woman,” Academy Award-nominated “Betty Blue,” “Marlene” and “El Norte,” Lindsay Anderson’s “The Whales of August,” Alan Rudolph’s “Choose Me” and “The Moderns,” John Carpenter’s “Prince of Darkness,” “They Live and Village of the Damned,” Wes Craven’s “People Under the Stairs,” Sam Shepard’s “Silent Tongue,” as well as 40 other movies. In 1975, Alive expanded into the restaurant industry with the opening of its first restaurant, Carlos ’n Charlies, which became a Hollywood institution for 20 years and then in the late 1980’s, Alive partnered with Robert DeNiro to open Tribeca Grill in New York City.  Alive’s restaurant business is still active having opened approximately 40 restaurants thus far, the most current being a founding partnership in Jean-Georges’ Spice Market in New York City. In the ‘90’s, Gordon’s started focusing on food as entertainment and chefs as entertainers, founding Alive Culinary Resources, which was designed to bridge the gap between the public and the world’s most sought-after chefs.  From its inception, his client roster read like a who’s who of the culinary world, including legendary French Chef Roger Vergé, Alice Waters, Wolfgang Puck, Charlie Trotter, Emeril Lagasse, Dean Fearing, Nobu, Todd English, Charlie Palmer, Larry Forgione, Paul Prudhomme, Jimmy Schmidt, Stephen Pyles, Robert del Grande, Daniel Boulud, Michel Richard, and 100 more of today’s most famous chefs.   Gordon was inducted into the Hawaii Culinary Hall of Fame and has also won numerous other industry awards, including being named one of the 100 most influential people in Rolling Stone magazine.  Anthony Bourdain/ECCO will be releasing his newest book – “They Call Me Supermensch: A Backstage Pass To The Amazing World Of Film, Food, and Rock ’N’ Roll” in September of 2016.

Food Connection
Ep. 2: Celebrating Michel Richard & Interview with Gio Osso

Food Connection

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2016


Pascal shares his favorite Michel Richard memories, and we chat with Gio Osso – Chef of Virtu Honest Craft and Nico Heirloom Kitchen.

Plumluvfoods
Plum Luv Foods Season 3 Episode 29 Kristen Hartley Executive Producer Huff Post

Plumluvfoods

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2016 85:11


On this episode we talk about money, how much should you charge? Catering and more. Our guest is the super cool Kristen Hartley Executive Producer for Huffington Post and AOL studios.Kristen Hartley is an award-winning producer. Her genres run the gamut from news to comedy to lifestyle. She started in food in 2004 working as Cat Cora’s culinary producer on her new show for Food Network. Since then she’s had the pleasure of developing shows and creating content with new and existing chefs such as Eric Rippert, Michel Richard, Gavin Kaysen, Emeril Lagasse, Marc Forgione, and Josh Capon. Just to name a few! She just finished directing a new series focused on the most popular recipes on Instagram and Pinterest

CD-Tipp
#01 Michel-Richard Delalande: Symphonies pour les Soupers du Roy

CD-Tipp

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2015 4:12


Elbipolis Barockorchester Hamburg | Leitung: Jürgen Groß

Tenue de route
Rencontre avec un chauffeur de bus

Tenue de route

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2015 2:36


Concentration, vigilance, contact humain, ponctualité un chauffeur de bus doit posséder de nombreuses qualités. Michel Richard chauffeur chez CarPostal nous présente son métier.

Chef's Story
Episode 78: Michel Richard

Chef's Story

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2014 47:16


Michel Richard is an author, industry advocate, philanthropist, and legendary chef. Known as a pioneer of French food in America, the Brittany native knew he wanted to be a chef at 8, when he first glimpsed a restaurant kitchen. At 14, Richard apprenticed at a patisserie in Champagne, moving to Paris three years later, where he quickly rose to the top position at Gaston Lenotre’s esteemed pastry shop. In 1974, he moved to America to help open a Manhattan shop with Lenotre and found himself at home in a new country. Three years later, he opened Michel Richard in Los Angeles—it was an instantaneous success. A decade later, Richard opened the stylized and quintessentially French-Californian Citrus and the following year was inducted into James Beard’s “Who’s Who of Food and Beverage in America.” Richard then opened a series of restaurants across the country, and even in Japan. Find out what it took to transition from pastry to savory chef and hear the legendary Michel Richard reflect on his career with Dorothy Cann Hamilton on Chef’s Story. This program was sponsored by Heritage Foods USA. [Savory cooking] is fun because you have to come up with something different every day. You get to create an emotion with your cooking.” [15:00] “In 10 years America will be the best. All the young chefs want to move to America.” [27:00] –Michel Richard on Chef’s Story