THE AROMAS OF MUSIC, CINEMA AND TV
François Chartier’s work and his aromatic science have inspired many chefs and sommeliers around the world. It has also drawn the attention of Quebec filmmaker Kim Nguyen, who made it the starting point for a fascinating documentary, Le Nez (The Empire of the Scents in English). There was also a culinary television series, Papilles, created and hosted by François Chartier and his friend chef Stéphane Modat, from the Fairmont Le Château Frontenac, broadcast on Télé-Québec from January 2012, and then in 125 French-speaking countries via TV5 Monde.
The Festival International de Jazz de Montréal; offers you a unique concept signed by Chartier Créateur d’Harmonies.
The main idea of the concert “Musical Molecules” is to transpose the vibratory acoustic imprint of food, wine and beverages into music, by translating the vibration (wavelengths) of the free electrons within the atoms that make up the molecular core of food and beverages.
Le Nez (The Empire of Scents) documentary
François Chartier’s work and his aromatic science have inspired many chefs and sommeliers around the world. But it has also drawn the attention of Quebec filmmaker Kim Nguyen, who made it the starting point for a fascinating documentary.
Papilles – The Television Series
With the TV series Papilles, hundreds of thousands of viewers around the world were able to discover the aromatic science of François Chartier, with the complicity of his friend and great chef Stéphane Modat (Château Frontenac, Quebec), applied to cooking and wine pairings, while having fun discovering a new way of cooking!