Join “The World’s Fastest Violinist” VOV DYLAN in a show that will delight fans of classical and popular music of all ages.
VOV DYLAN’S talents were first recognized at the age of 21 months and has spent the rest of his life with Violin in hand and audience in front. He has performed throughout the world on concert stages, cabaret stages and theatres as his generation’s leading Variety Instrumental act specializing in presenting the Classics in a down to earth easily accessible manner. He has performed and presented on Radio, TV and Movie’s and as a recording artist has released 8 albums to date, with a further 4 albums due by the end of 2018 – all with global distribution via Fanfare Classics.
VOV DYLAN’S strength is in being able to make the Violin sing straight to the heart while getting your foot to tap in joy of the music and leave your jaw dropped on the floor from a virtuosic display that is unmatchable from any other Violinist in the world.
In 2014 VOV DYLAN became officially the “World’s Fastest Violinist” with a rendition of “The Flight Of The Bumblebee” in 38.1 seconds – that is a performance of more than 22 notes per second!!!!
Vov is looking forward to sharing with audiences his repertoire including the ever popular The Blue Danube Waltz, the edge of your seat excitement of the William Tell Overture, Highlights from Carmen, Gypsy thrills with Czardas, a surprisingly completely unique rendition of Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody, plus some fabulous interpretations of Zorba, Unchained Melody, Swan Lake and the Radetzky March to name just a few.
“Superstar Violinist” – The AU Arts Review
“Mischievous, charismatic, bubbling with energy all in a short concert. I was on the edge of my seat and constantly surprised by your engaging performance” – Fine Music FM
“The Most Sensational Evening of The Year!”
“Vov Dylan turned out to be a young, extraordinarily talented Violinist, whose ability, personality and stage presence is a match for Andre Rieu (and he is much prettier too!)” –
“Vov Dylan was born to be a Violinist. His very soul yearns for the feel of the bow in hand, delicately crafting the friction of strings into a melodic masterpiece.”