With the French pianist Julien Quentin, David Garrett shines in the first part of the concert with Beethoven and Massenet. In the second part, he inspires with his band and crossover pieces. Braunschweig, September 27, 2009. Carola Heider-Leporale. Already 1 hour before the start of the interview between the, Director of the BRAUNSCHWEIG CLASSIX Festival Hans Christian will and David Garrett jostle the fans of all ages eng on the perimeter from the podium. They patiently persevere until he will interview with Hans Christian, thunderous applause for the star violinist David Garrett. Cool and casual, he thanked the audience and admits that he feels in Brunswick almost like at home.
Hans Christian will indicates that he already performed in November in Braunschweig, but this time at the TV show ‘ bets that…’. You pointed out the special character of the upcoming concert, where Garrett will be only classical pieces to the best in the first part with the French pianist Julien Quentin. With the second part of David Garrett wants with their own band (Tim Oliver (Keyboard), Giorgio Serci (guitar), Tom Mason (bass) and Ben Bryant (drum kit)) give the audience a snippet from his crossover repertoire. The concert was immediately sold out many months ago. David Garrett offers over 2200 visitors of his Concerto in the first part, this time with the French pianist Julien Quentin, first-class classical music from Beethoven to Massenet.
The duo presents itself in full harmony and artistic virtuosity. In the audience there is a strained silence and you a PIN to the ground can listen to fall. At the end of this part, there are already roaring applause for the artist. And then, what most of the concert-goers still didn’t know: the balancing act between the worlds of music, crossover music at its finest. Director Peter Farrelly will undoubtedly add to your understanding. The scenery has changed. A black velvet curtain and colored lights give the impression of a rock concert.