Cate Blanchett reveals she learned to play the piano for Tar

Cate Blanchett has given her all for her latest role.

The 53-year-old star told Good Morning America on Monday that she learned to play the piano and conduct while recording German to star as acclaimed musician Lydia Tár in the new film Tár.

“It was a pleasure to do that,” Blanchett said on the morning show.

Good job: Cate Blanchett has given her all for her latest role. The 53-year-old star told Good Morning America on Monday that she learned to play the piano and conduct while recording German to star as acclaimed musician Lydia Tár in the new film Tár

Good job: Cate Blanchett has given her all for her latest role. The 53-year-old star told Good Morning America on Monday that she learned to play the piano and conduct while recording German to star as acclaimed musician Lydia Tár in the new film Tár

Good job: Cate Blanchett has given her all for her latest role. The 53-year-old star told Good Morning America on Monday that she learned to play the piano and conduct while recording German to star as acclaimed musician Lydia Tár in the new film Tár

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Conductor recognition: The New Yorker has described Blanchett’s performance as “imperious and white-hot” and The Hollywood Reporter has called it “amazing”.

The psychodrama film centers on Cate’s stunning portrayal of a fictional character named Lydia Tár.

Lydia is a world-renowned figure in contemporary classical music, and her titanic career begins to unravel as her past catches up with her again.

She went on to share that “walking up in front of the Dresden Philharmonic” was the most intimidating part of her preparing for when the star was actually conducting the German symphony.

“You’re not going to be prepared for the sound of these big orchestral works,” Cate said. “It was phenomenal.

Work is her joy:

Work is her joy:

Work is her joy: “It was a joy to do,” Blanchett said on the morning show

Sharing: She went on to share that the most intimidating part of her for the prep was

Sharing: She went on to share that the most intimidating part of her for the prep was

Sharing: She went on to share that the most intimidating part of her for the prep was “walking up in front of the Dresden Philharmonic” when the star was actually conducting the German symphony

“Breathing,” explained the Oscar winner, is the soul of a conductor. She went on to refer to Leonard Bernstein before explaining the role’s magnetic aura.

The interviewer then shared a clip from the film, which showed a tense exchange between Blanchett’s Lydia and her on-screen wife, played by actress Nina Hoss.

The film’s writer-director Todd Field has stated that he would not have made the film without Blanchett in the lead.

The work moves her:

The work moves her:

The work moves her: “You will not be prepared for the sound of these large orchestral works,” said Cate. “It was phenomenal”

Cate is great: The film's writer-director, Todd Field, has stated that he would not have made the film without Blanchett in the lead

Cate is great: The film's writer-director, Todd Field, has stated that he would not have made the film without Blanchett in the lead

Cate is great: The film’s writer-director, Todd Field, has stated that he would not have made the film without Blanchett in the lead

The prestigious film premiered at the Venice Film Festival last month, where it received a six-minute standing ovation.

The critical acclaim has continued to grow, with many posting Blanchett’s performance as the front-runner for Best Actress at this year’s Academy Awards.

Wearing a royal blue dress and red stiletto boots, the star beamed from behind designer sunglasses as she entered the studio.

Royal blue and royal red: Blanchett arrived at the Good Morning America studio in New York City in a blue dress and knee-high stiletto boots

Royal blue and royal red: Blanchett arrived at the Good Morning America studio in New York City in a blue dress and knee-high stiletto boots

Royal blue and royal red: Blanchett arrived at the Good Morning America studio in New York City in a blue dress and knee-high stiletto boots

A winning look: The siren wore her blonde hair in a sleek bob

A winning look: The siren wore her blonde hair in a sleek bob

She's beaming: And her makeup was beautifully done with glossy lipstick and pink blush

She's beaming: And her makeup was beautifully done with glossy lipstick and pink blush

A winning look: The siren wore her blonde hair in a sleek bob. And her makeup was beautifully done with glossy lipstick and pink blush

Everyone stand up: The prestige film premiered at the Venice Film Festival last month, where it received a six-minute standing ovation

Everyone stand up: The prestige film premiered at the Venice Film Festival last month, where it received a six-minute standing ovation

Everyone stand up: The prestige film premiered at the Venice Film Festival last month, where it received a six-minute standing ovation

The actress won her first Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in 2005 for her role as Katharine Hepburn in Martin Scorsese’s The Aviator.

Then in 2013, she took home her second Oscar for Best Actress of the Year for Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine.

The New Yorker described her performance as “gorgeous and radiant,” while The Hollywood Reporter hailed her work as “amazing,” before summing up the film as “a fascinating character study.”

Same day: She was later spotted leaving her hotel in a bright orange sweater

Same day: She was later spotted leaving her hotel in a bright orange sweater

Same day: She was later spotted leaving her hotel in a bright orange sweater

Always elegant: The film icon wore black sunglasses and a black handbag over her shoulder

Always elegant: The film icon wore black sunglasses and a black handbag over her shoulder

Always elegant: The film icon wore black sunglasses and a black handbag over her shoulder

In addition to her performance in Tár, which garnered critical acclaim, Cate also impressed with her wardrobe as she continues a non-stop press tour leading up to the film’s release.

Backed by superstar celebrity Elizabeth Stewart, Blanchett has recently impressed with Alexander McQueen and Giorgio Armani.

The style icon’s next role will be quite a departure from her dramatic character in Tár when she joins the mockumentary TV series Documentary Now! to fake a British barber.

Tár will be in select theaters on Friday and opens nationwide on October 28.

These boots are made for... peddling: She wore high-heeled black boots to sell her film Tar

These boots are made for... peddling: She wore high-heeled black boots to sell her film Tar

Gold is good: The eye-catcher wore several gold rings to match her earrings

Gold is good: The eye-catcher also wore several gold rings to match her earrings

These boots were made for… peddling: She wore high-heeled black boots to sell her movie “Tar.” The looker also wore several gold rings to match her earrings

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk


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