Vladimir & Anton – The Violinists, present their show Those Were the Days
An evening of songs and melodies we all love and remember, including Que Sera Sera, Hungarian Dance No 5, Russia’s Kalinka, Jewish dance Hava Nagila, Danny Boy, Those Were The Days along with many more
Slovakian brothers Vladimir and Anton, are the fourth generation of professional musicians. Their unique style was inspired by travelling Europe with the family ensemble.
Their performances include Dublin’s National Concert Hall, London’s Palladium and Belfast’s BBC Proms. The brothers have collaborated with Katherine Jenkins and the BBC Concert Orchestra numerous times.
THE VIOLINISTS are passionate, exhilarating, breathtaking. Their virtuosic performances exude sincere musicality, allied with unique takes on familiar classics. A truly unique duo! David Brophy – Conductor
Vladimir & Anton, THE VIOLINISTS, play their classical virtuosic compositions based on popular themes from past and present.
Brothers by birth and joined together by a passion for music, the boys were born to follow in their ancestors’ footsteps. Vladimir & Anton are the 4th generation of musical maestros, and from an early age, they regularly toured Europe with the family ensemble.
Their style combines classical music with the playfulness of traditional folk, and this merging of different genres gives The Violinists an intense and unique performance edge.