Rock Symphony – Edvin Marton – Budapest – 2016.


Edvin Marton  – Prince of the Violin – Budapest

7.30 p.m. Crossover Concert

Budapest Congress Center
District XII., 1. Jagelló Road – Budapest

Still a month to go, yet if you are curious to be at Edvin Marton’s show it is your time to purchase your ticket/s cause they mostly sell out fast all over the world. So it happened on the day  the tickets were out. Originally, Edvin Marton’s concert was sold out in just hours, so on the same day which is  Sunday, April, 17. 2016. there will be held another concert. So if you do not wish to miss being there, it is worthwhile to get your seat at:

Edvin Marton, is a world-famous Hungarian violinist and every time he step on stage he simply is enchanting his audience with his unique, suggestive performance. Already played around five continents countries.  He is an Emmy Award winning composer and performer. Studied at such prestigious schools as Tchaikovsky Music School in Moscow, Music Academy in Budapest, Music Academy in Vienna and Juilliard School of Music in New York.

Witness his captivating style of playing greatest classical, rock music and presenting his own original hits have made him a Gold and Platinum artist in Europe, Russia and China as well. At the show with his rock band Edvin Marton plays the greatest hits from his new album titled ’’Rock Symphony’’. Can hear Marton’s style of playing Vivaldi rolling over to Metallica.  Just to mention a few to be heard from hos repertoire: Vivaldi – Storm, Coldplay – Clocks, Queen –  Bohemian Rhapsody, Metallica – Nothing Else Matters and a bunch of more.

He plays on his highly esteemed 1699 Antonio Stradivari violin in a way you have never heard before. His compositions will certainly blow you away with emotions, move the spirit and rock the house!

Edvin Marton is a winner of the 2008 Eurovision Song Contest seen by more than 200 million people. Other awards include a 2008 MTV Europe Award and an American Television EMMY Award for Best Original Composition (ABC Television Network).

Update by Aggie Reiter

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