David Garrett starts his anniversary tour "Unlimited" with concerts in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
DAVID GARRETT gave the go-ahead for his anniversary tour "Unlimited" in Chemnitz on 4 May 2019.
In May 2019 he gives 19 concerts in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. (04.05. Chemnitz, Arena - 05.05. Erfurt, Messehalle - 07.05. Berlin, Mercedes-Benz Arena - 10.05. Dortmund, Westfalenhalle - 11.05. Oberhausen, König-Pilsener-Arena - 12.05. Cologne, LANXESS arena - 14.05. CH - Zurich, Hallenstadion - 15.05. Stuttgart, Schleyer-Halle - 17.05. Hannover, TUI-Arena - 18.05. Braunschweig, Volkswagen Halle - 19.05. Leipzig, Arena - 21.05. Bremen, ÖVB Arena - 22.05. Schwerin, Sport- und Kongresshalle - 24.05. Kiel, Sparkassen Arena - 25.05. Hamburg, Barclaycard-Arena - 27.05. Mannheim, SAP-Arena - 28.05. Frankfurt, Festhalle - 29.05. Munich, Olympiahalle - 31.05. A - Vienna, Stadthalle).
From September 2019 the international tour will begin, with concerts in Italy (Arena di Verona), Poland, Israel, Turkey, the Czech Republic, the Baltic States, Belarus, etc.
The new show concept and program selection will inspire audiences and press alike.
Here first discussions and reports:
Violin Star David Garrett dazzles with Tchaikovsky in Aachen
On Sunday, September 3rd, 2017, David Garrett gave a concert in his hometown of Aachen – for the first time in over twelve years. The violin star performed the illustrious violin concerto by Peter Tchaikovsky to a sold-out crowd at the Kurpark Classix. Accompanied by the Sinfonieorchester Aachen, Garrett displayed his virtuosity and wowed his listeners.
Critics were also impressed: “With a smile, he stands next to the podium, the concert begins, Garrett assumes the posture, staggers his stance, stable yet mobile. Within the first bars, he delves deeply into Tchaikovsky's work, a work that is both hailed and feared by many a virtuoso. No question about it, as a seasoned virtuoso with a palpable joy for detail, Garrett both technically and artistically masters every facet. Powerful “strokes”, soft-fingered sequences, silken melancholy, and violent emotional upheavals – Garrett lets his violin sing and sigh, eliciting the unbelievable time and again, and assuring that pulse rates are raised.” (Aachener Zeitung, Sept. 5Th, 2017)