Black Violin Duo Tickets
Black Violin Duo tickets are a must-purchase entertainment option for anyone who loves classical instrumental music. The hip hop duo from Florida, comprising Kevin Sylvester and Wilner Baptiste play the violin and the viola respectively, mesmerizing huge audiences with the most beautiful melodies. Lucky for their fans, Black Violin is currently on their Classical Boom Tour. The tour that kicked off in 2017 is still continuing, thanks to the popularity of the duo all across the country. Black Violin will also be releasing a studio album in 2018 and fans could not be more excited! If you happen to be among their fans, now would be the perfect time to get your hands on Black Violin Duo Tickets for their upcoming shows!
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The Black Violin Duo will be travelling to multiple cities across the US, with shows in August, October, November, December, January, March and April. They will be playing at some of the most revered venues, such as the Cascade Theater, Clowes Memorial Hall and the PM Community Theater At Mayo Center for Performing Arts. You will not want to miss this – and lucky for you, there are plenty of opportunities to catch the duo live in action!
What makes Black Violin so special?
Black Violin is a musical duo unlike anything you would have seen before. Their unique blend of classical instruments with hip hop has been breaking musical barriers and identity stereotypes. Their biggest issue was rejection early on. But they did not stop pushing in the right direction. After having overcome the challenge of entering into the music industry with their unorthodox style, the fame of the duo knew no bounds. Their distinct approach to music still remains the same and that is what sets them apart in a highly commercialized music terrain.
Five Must-Hear Songs from the Black Violin Duo
Over the years, the duo has reworked some of the most popular songs in the industry. Let’s take a look at some of the songs you really don’t want to miss.
In 2015, the duo took on a record by Drake and Future from the rappers’ What a Time to Be Alive mix-tape. The song, called “Big Rings” is an iconic song by the two artists. The rendition turned out to be one of the most gentle and beautiful works by the duo.
Black Violin also worked on an amazingly executed mash up song – Marvin Gaye’s “Let’s Get It On” and Ed Sheeran’s “Thinking Out Loud”. This mash up serves as the perfect example of how music overcomes barrier of time and age, making it a universal language.
Stepping into a different genre, Black Violin worked on Kanye West’s “All Day”, the Grammy nominated single by the rapper, featuring Paul McCartney. The pair successfully managed to add a classical flair to the single.
Black Violin reworked the 2012 hit by Imagine Dragons called “Radioactive”. The duo covered the song alongside the Imperial Symphony Orchestra and creating some really magical tunes.
The classical hip-hop duo worked on another highly popular mash up of Bruno Mars’ “Locked Out of Heaven” and Michael Jackson’s “Beat It”. Bruno Mars’ funky club song, combined with Michael Jackson’s timeless beats, rendered in a classical format is truly a masterpiece you cannot miss!
About Black Violin Duo
Black Violin was formed in 2004 after its two members met in high school. The duo plays a number of different styles, with a heavy touch of classical elements. Black Violin is often categorized as a hip hop duo, due to their usage of hip hop rhythm and beats.
Wil B (stage name of Wilner Baptiste) studied the viola at the Dillard High School for Performing Arts. Initially interested in the saxophone, Baptiste said, “I was stuck with the viola and it opened a lot of doors for me”.
Kev Marcus (stage name of Kevin Sylvester) also did not want to be a violinist initially but eventually ended up getting into it after his mother enrolled him in a Saturday morning violin class.
Over the years, the popularity of Black Violin has gradually risen. They got to perform with Alicia Keys at the 2004 Billboard Awards and were soon sharing the stage with the likes of Wu-Tang Clan and Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park. They have also written and produced music for the likes of Lupe Fiasco, Kanye West, Aerosmith and Tom Petty.
If you want to catch the dynamic duo live in action, you ought to get your hands on these Black Violin Duo tickets at the earliest.
Black Violin Duo Ticket Prices
The average price for Black Violin Duo Tickets start from $77. The minimum get in price is $13 for Black Violin Duo Tickets at the Lexington Opera House, Lexington. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Black Violin Duo||Knoxville||7-Aug-19||$77||$41|
|Black Violin Duo||Augusta||8-Aug-19||$339||$67|
|Black Violin Duo||Savannah||9-Aug-19||$202||$29|
|Black Violin Duo||Iowa City||22-Sep-19||$174||$60|
|Black Violin Duo||Kalamazoo||24-Sep-19||$91||$43|
|Black Violin Duo||Lexington||25-Sep-19||$87||$13|
|Black Violin Duo||Hartford||11-Oct-19||$847||$845|
|Black Violin Duo||East Lansing||16-Oct-19||$115||$61|
|Black Violin Duo||Lawrence||19-Oct-19||$165||$54|
|Black Violin Duo||Fort Wayne||23-Oct-19||$84||$32|
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