The Classics 11: Chilly Gonzales
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2 March 2017
Photo: Alexandre Isard
For this edition of our regular delve through the archives piano maestro Chilly Gonzales joins Monocle’s Rob Bound to discuss composing solo and collaborating with artists such as Daft Punk and Drake. Tune into ‘The Monocle Weekly’ every Sunday to enjoy new discussions on music, film, art, world affairs and more.
Original air date: 22 July 2012.
2 March 2017
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