As intimate as a living room concert and as rousing as a stadium show - with the "ALIVE" tour, with which DAVID GARRETT will brighten up the year 2022 for his fans, the violin virtuoso opens a new chapter and goes back to the essentials: gripping songs that celebrate life, ultimate crossover music that fuses virtuoso classical music with the finest pop, and melodies with goosebump effect.
"'ALIVE' brings together quite a few different moods and feelings, but it's primarily about the urge to live - that need to finally be truly alive again," explains DAVID GARRETT. "That's why I've put together a repertoire that's hopeful, but also reflects the pain of recent times. Songs that inspire - full of energy, full of fun in life and full of emotion. The program is made up of beautiful, magical melodies, and I really can't wait to actually play 'ALIVE' live."
The 2022 "ALIVE" tour will alternate deeply moving songs like "What a Wonderful World," "Imagine" and "Beauty and the Beast" with fast-paced songs like Metallica's "Enter Sandman," the Rolling Stones' "Paint It Black" and Pharrell Williams' infectious hit "Happy." The crossover star encourages dancing with feel-good songs like "Hit the Road Jack," "Thriller," "Bella Ciao" and the eponymous "Stayin' Alive. But of course, classical music is not neglected either: In his innovative new interpretations, DAVID GARRETT transforms Mozart's "Confutatis", Prokofiev's "Dance of the Knights" and Beethoven's 7th Symphony into virtuoso rock classics. For this he will bring the magic of a living room concert to the big stages with his band, which has been accompanying him for over ten years: "After rain always comes sunshine, that's life and that's how I feel about music. Someday the day will come when we can meet again. Imagine how incredibly good that will feel!"
With "ALIVE," DAVID GARRETT celebrates his return to the stage and togetherness with his fans. "ALIVE" is his anthem to life, an ode to hope, and a manifesto for the power of music.
The concert has been rescheduled from Jan. 12 to Sept. 29, 2022. Tickets already purchased remain valid.