Figure skating aces will rewrite the most beautiful moments of the Olympics on ice within the show called Kings on Ice, at the Polyvalent Hall in Bucharest, on November 16, and at Polyvalent Hall in Cluj-Napoca, on December 9, this year. The show is part of the national tournament Kings On Ice in Romania. Skaters will perform being accompanied by the sound of the Stradivarius violin handled by “the prince of the violin” Edvin Marton, according to the organizers of the prestigious event.
The songs on the most recent of the Edvin Marton’s albums, “Rock Symphony”, will inject pure feeling in the festive ambiance of the Gala at the Polyvalent Hall. Played by the Marton’s legendary Stradivarius, classic songs like “Nothing Else Matters”, “Bohemian Rhapsody” or “Vivaldi Storm” impose a unique force and a dizzying rhythm to the ice dance of the Kings On Ice superstars. The long collaboration between Plushenko and Marton can be seen in the chemistry between them. The rounds of applauses prove it every time when the duo stay together under the spotlight.
Five sold-out Kings On Ice editions held in Bucharest confirm that the Romanian public never has enough of the Best-of moments of one of the most beloved sports in the world. Besides the already confirmed names on the poster, Evgeni Plushenko, one of the greatest skaters in the history, Adelina Sotnikova, the first Olympic champion in the Russian female skating history, Brian Joubert, the world champion in 2007, Tomáš Verner, the gold winner at the European Championship in 2008, new skaters will add to the structure of the Gala, each of them having an impressive record of victories in national and international figure skating competitions.
Being a sumptuous production permanently enriched with the most spectacular choreographies, defying the laws of gravity, the Kings On Ice Show represents the quintessence of the figure skating. From the acrobatic performances making the crowd breathless, to the grace and fluidity of the ballet sequences, the show proves every time why it is considered the most impressive figure skating show in the world.