1. The long-awaited performance of the virtuoso, who performs on his violin and Vivaldi, and Bowie, and Radiohead
2. His show is a whirlwind in which you can hear the dreary motifs of the East, the fiery rhythms of Latin America and the broad soul of the performer, like a gypsy
3. Even if you do not like classical music, you will not remain indifferent
For the first time incredible Ara Malikian in Kiev!
February 8, 2019 in the National Palace of Culture and Arts "Ukraine" will take place a grand show of violin virtuoso Ara Malikian. The performance will take place as part of the world tour called the Incredible Violin Journey. It should be noted that this will be the first performance of the famous violinist in Ukraine.
Ara Malikian and his violin have been breaking all stereotypes about classical music for more than forty years. Malikyan is a musician of Armenian descent, born in Lebanon, played musical science in Europe, and for the last fifteen years he has been a Spanish citizen.
The virtuoso has already traveled with his shows, almost all countries of the world, and everywhere the public accepted him with inevitable delight. For the year, Ara Malikyan gives at least 300 concerts, striking fans with his energy and enthusiasm.
The musician himself aims to popularize classical music. That is why he is not at all like a performer of classical music. On the contrary, he can be seen sooner in wide eastern trousers and a vest with patterns, worn directly on his naked body. During the performance, Ara Malikian not only jumps around the stage and gives his passion to other musicians and spectators. Often he can fall on the stage and play just lying, without reducing the frenzied rhythm. In total, the musician recorded 26 albums and, of course, is not going to stop there.
The musician's creative piggy bank includes masterpieces of Vivaldi, Mozart, Paganini and the treatment of famous rock bands such as Radiohead, Led Zeppelin, as well as hits by Jimmy Hendrix and David Bowie. In addition, viewers will be able to hear the author's works of the maestro, including soundtracks for famous films.