Thu 19 September 2019 | 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Menorah Arena - Yigal Alon 51, Tel Aviv,
David Garrett calls him “David Beckham of classical music”
The greatest violinist Virtaus, will arrive with his band to Israel in the framework of the global tour of the new album UNLIMITED GREATEST HITS – LIVE 2019
Thursday, 19.09.2019, Hall Menorah Mivtachim
David Garrett, the renowned violinist and one of the best violinists of his generation, who combines classical music, rock ballads and pop hits of all time, will arrive in Israel for one concert, which will take place on September 19 at Menorah Mivtahim.
Garrett will arrive with his band to Israel with the new show “UNLIMITED” and will perform his best hits, including: Smooth Criminal by Miquel Jackson, The Show Must Go On by Kevin, Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana, Hey Jude of the Beatles and many more.
Garrett has enjoyed a dazzling international success and is being followed by fans from around the world, from fans from concert halls to rock fans to the big stadium shows. Garrett sold millions of tickets and received 23 gold albums and 16 platinum albums. In 2011 he broke Guinness World Records as the world’s fastest violin player when he played Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov’s “The Flight of the Bee” in a record time of 1 minute and 5 seconds. With his innovative approach, Garrett manages to make classical music accessible to the younger audience by combining different styles of music with leading artists including Michael Jackson, Metallica, Guns and Roses, Nirvana, Beatles and more.
Garrett is a brilliant virtuoso, with the charisma of Rock Star, bringing new life into classical music as an artist who combines pop and rock, and is considered the best in today’s instrumental field. According to him, there is a strong connection between rock and classical music. “The move in Mozart’s” Turkish Marsh “has the same rhythm and harmony as Michael Jackson’s” Smooth Criminal. ”
This is Garrett’s third appearance in Israel after appearing in 2006 With the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and 2017 as part of a world tour with his album Explosive, which combines classical music, rock ballads and pop hits of all time.