Listening to cinema with Vladimir Cosma


Because cinema means listening to both words and musical notes, the most brilliant ambassador of this encounter between cinema and music is undoubtedly Vladimir Cosma. The end of this year brings fantastic news for the greatest composer of film music.


Vladimir Cosma will perform two exceptional shows at the Grand Rex, where he will conduct a symphony orchestra, offering an opportunity to experience his greatest pieces live. No fewer than 160 musicians will participate in these shows, performing some of cinema’s most emblematic songs.

Vladimir Cosma began his career in cinema in 1968 with several feature films, including Very Happy Alexander by Yves Robert, which starred Philippe Noiret and Marlène Jobert. But did you know that more than 45 Gaumont films have relied on Vladimir Cosma's talents for their soundtracks? In fact, he was honored during the 120th anniversary with this video:

Among the many original soundtracks, we remember

The Party:

The film that launched Sophie Marceau’s film career, Vladimir Cosma has certainly inspired many couples with this endearing soundtrack.

Ace of Aces:

My Father’s Glory then My Mother’s Castle:
A different atmosphere is portrayed here, where the composer gives the words of Marcel Pagnol’s book a beautiful melody. Enjoy a moment of tranquility and a spirit reminiscent of the scent of fragrant lavender!


Composed by Vladimir Cosma, the soundtrack to the film by Pierre Richard holds the record for the most tickets sold during his career, namely 7,079,674!

An elephant can be extremely deceptive:
Although the film is famous for its dialog, Vladimir Cosma managed to make a place for himself in this feature film that achieved cult status!

We could list a lot more films but we believe it would be better if you joined us to discover or rediscover these iconic songs on stage. And, to mix things up a bit, why not listen to the film instead of watching it?

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