Due to his amazing talent and distinctive appearance, American violin prodigy David Garrett, who was born in Germany, fills concert halls all over the world.
David Garrett is a talented violinist who performs Metallica hits as well as classical pieces. He enjoys performing the music of Mozart, Marilyn Manson, Bach, ACDC, Chopin, and Aerosmith.
The performer disproves the myth that violin playing is monotonous, out-of-date, and reserved for a select few people. David Garrett wears ripped jeans, plays the violin for a million dollars, and has his name listed in the Guinness Book of World Records.
As a violin virtuoso, David Garrett has 20 years of experience. He was the youngest musician to ever secure an exclusive contract with Deutsche Grammophon at the age of 13. He participated in concerts honoring the 50th anniversary of Indian independence in Delhi and Bombay in April 1997 as a 16-year-old with the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Zubin Mehta. Zakhar Bron, Isaac Stern, and Ida Haendel were some of his professors.
He was praised for his “amazing” playing, which was forceful, gripping, and expressive. Everyone who had the privilege of training him acknowledged his extraordinary talent and gift.
He had gradually established new benchmarks both in the classical scene and in the intersection and blending of styles since 2007 when his debut album “Virtuoso” was released.
David resoundingly dispels the myth that playing the violin is boring and uninteresting. Everyone loves his music, without exception.
He has twice won the prize for the best-selling classical music CD in Germany: in 2010 and 2013. 2011 saw the release of “Classic Romance,” his recording of Mendelssohn’s violin concerto. – “Heritage” for its recording of Beethoven’s Violin Concerto, which featured cadenzas by Fritz Kreisler and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Ion Marin.
“Legacy” achieved amazing success, debuting at number six on the Media Control Charts (the highest position ever held by a classical music CD in Germany). This album topped the charts for classical music in Germany and UK. Also, it acquired the title of “platinum disc” in Germany.
David Garrett’s rendition of the well-known song “Csardas” had a fresh, distinctive vibe. Very likely as a result of his distinctive violin-playing style.
Here is the video: