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February 9, 2023
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“Violin exorcists” perform for the first time in Romania

The band Bond Quartet will perform a show in premiere in Romania, on June 25, at the Palace Hall in Bucharest. The band includes four artists, graduates of one of the best known and most exigent music academies in the world, due to bring to Romania “the most fascinating, attractive and unusual mix of classical music, latino, folk, jazz, pop and electro”.

The four “sexy divas” – Tania Davis (violin), Eos Chater (violin), Elspeth Hanson (viola) and Gay-Yee Westerhoff (cello) – have reinvented the concept of classical music, while also winning 56 platinum records and 15 golden records in 60 countries, by creating electric versions with synthetic-pop excerpts on classical music scores.

The girls who are said to have exorcised the violins by turning Vivaldi and  Beethoven into “glamour music with much gloss” stirred endless controversy even from their debut album, “Born”, withdrawn from classical music charts in UK because it sounded “too pop”, and soon, it was to become number 1 in the charts of 21 countries worldwide.

The discography of the band Bond includes four studio albums, two compilations, two DVDs, hundreds of shows and dozens of singles and unique renditions of famous masterpieces, based on synthetic-pop.

The band Bond has signed pieces included on the soundtracks of famous films and has reinterpreted tunes such as “Jai Ho” (from the film “Slumdog Millionaire”), “Miserlou” (from “Pulp Fiction”) and covered hits released by Rolling Stones, Lady Gaga and The Verve. The girls in the band also impressed their listeners by supporting several charity cases all over the world.

The tickets to the show of the band Bond may be purchased on www.vreaubilet.ro, at the VreauBilet.ro ticket stand in Unirea Shopping Center and at the Palace Hall

 

 

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