A great night in which Vanessa Mae will travel us though Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Vivaldi and tango, Indian music, pop songs, melodies by the Greek Vangelis and many great ballads.
Everything comes to life through her unique electric violin and the original orchestrations. It is not a coincidence that the artist has sold over 10 million albums throughout the world, has won 40 International Platinum Awards and her music sheets numbering over eight million copies, while for the last fifteen years see manages to balance between the classical and pop repertoire.
This time she will have with her a band of six musicians, an orchestra and a large team of technicians to present a unique show for the first time in Greece.
Her crazy requirements
The violin queen will stay in a luxurious hotel suite and has asked for equipment in order to do a rehearsal. Also she has asked for a brand name bottled water available in the room dressing room. The artist drinks on average five liters of water daily, while she also desired various teas with herbs to be available as well.
She asked to have the use of a limousine for transportation requirements and wants fresh flowers of Orchids, roses and Paionians to adorn the suite and dressing room, in order to make her feel beautiful before she steps on stage.
Since she likes the space that she resides to smell nice she will bring her own essential oils. She will enjoy seafood, sushi and Greek delicacies which as she has stated before she likes Greek dishes so much that she is looking for them even when she is in London.
The “Violin queen” has teamed up with many popular pop artists in the past. She has been voted to be among the 50 most beautiful people in the world while her face has graced some of the most famous fashion magazines and men’s magazine FHM has included her in its list of the 100 most beautiful women in the world. .
The concert will take place at the Herodiom on Thursday the 24th of September at 21:00, while price tickets vary from 30 to 200 euro, and are available over the phone on 210 32 72 000 or online ww.greekfestival.gr