3D Vivaldi show visits Budapest in November

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A unique show featuring the music of Antonio Vivaldi in a modern approach with 3D visual effects will stop in Budapest in November while touring internationally. 

The production ‘Vivaldianno City of Mirrors’ is based on baroque music with a contemporary flavor and presents the life of Vivaldi, outlining the baroque master’s ambitions and the great losses in his life, according to a press release.

The concert is to show at the Budapest Sport Arena on November 13. Local artists will be invited to the stage as well as the renowned international star Tina Guo on the violoncello.

Guo has played with bands like the Foo Fighters and musicians like Al Di Meola, Peter Gabriel, Carlos Santana and Stevie Wonder. She is not new to the Arena, having played a concert with Hans Zimmer here recently. The Budapest Business Journal is the event’s media partner.

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