Music - Live in Concert


Universal Music - DECCA - DEAG music - ZDF

With his crossover album "Music", star violinist David Garrett virtuously combines the different musical styles and epochs, presenting not only pieces that go straight to the blood, but also setting standards in terms of the versatility of his violin playing. In arrangements from Ludwig van Beethoven to Michael Jackson, the violinist plays fascinatingly with various elements from the world of classical and pop music.

"Music" - a word that is understood around the globe. No wonder that David Garrett, who has successfully crossed all borders in his art for years and combines different styles, genres and generations, chose this title, which aims for universality, for his new album. With "Music" the exceptional artist musically seizes the chance to present the violin to his listeners from a completely different light. On his most versatile crossover album ever, David Garrett exhausts all possibilities to show the world what the art of perfect violin playing is all about.

On his DVD "Music! - Live in Concert", he shows once again that he feels at home not only in the studio but also on stage. With classics like "We Will Rock You" he opens the live experience and then leads through a colourful programme full of energy and music history. Between Beethoven's and Paul McCartney's works you will find yourself in Nirvana, Coldplay and Justin Timberlake. With his versatility and the extraordinary atmosphere of his concerts, David Garrett once again captivates and captivates the audience.

Live recording of  the concert in Hanover, April 12, 2012 by ZDF

David Garrett
Franck van der Heijden, musical director/guitar
Marcus Wolf, guitar
Jeff Allen, bass guitar
John Haywood, keyboard
Jeff Lipstein, drums
Neue Philharmonie Frankfurt

Tobias Feilen, producer/ZDF
Hannes Rossacher, director
Peter Schwenkow/Jan Schöttke, concert promoter DEAG classics AG


DVD content

We will Rock You

Sabre Dance

Whole Lotta Bond

Human Nature

Scherzo from the 9th Symphony

Live and Let Die

Tico Tico


Funiculi Funicula

Welcome To The Jungle

Thank You For Loving Me

He’s A Pirate



Viva la Vida

Clementi Sonatina


Celtic Rondo

Cry me a River



Variations on a Theme of Corelli


Stop Crying Your Heart Out

Highway To Hell

Smells like Teen Spirit


Let It Be

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