One hundredandtwenty years ago, in 1893, Piotr Ilic Caikovsky died in Saint Petersburg. The causes of his death are still under debate, with at least three very different hypothesis. Three witnesses, close to the composer in his last days, present each his own version. Will we follow the brother Modest on the track of accidental death by cholera infection? Or should we believe the young aristocratic Stenbok-Fermor who affirms to be at the center of an homosexual scandal that sentenced the master to death? Or finally will we be moved by the memories of the patron Miss. Von Meck, who knew of his suicidal tendencies?
And who, if not Caikovsky himself, could have the last word on the matter? The notes of his last symphony, premiered a few weeks before, will open up the utmost secret of his life and work.
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