David Garrett


Whether he’s playing his Stradivari to classical audiences in intimate concert venues or drawing capacity crowds playing with his band in arenas, David Garrett is touching hearts and amazes audiences wherever he performs.

At thirteen years old, David Garrett started his incredible career and was signed an exclusive contract. Performances that were accompanied by the biggest orchestras under the direction of the world’s renowned conductors, such as Zubin Mehta, made him a music phenomenon.

In addition to his unconditional love for classical music he discovered his passion for rock music and had his major break through creating crossover albums that include classical violin concerts and rock & pop classics hits from Queen, AC/DC and Michael Jackson.

David Garrett touches everybody with his extraordinary talent and repertoire like no other. His achievements are countless and include numerous gold and platinum records and awards, such as two ECHOs and ECHOs Classic, the Golden Camera, a “Goldene Feder” and the “Verdienstorden des Landes Nordrhein-Westfalen.” He also impressed with an entry in the Guiness Book of Records for “world’s fastest violin player.” He broke his own record shortly after his first entry in the Guiness Book Of Records.

His sold out tours and various high rankings in the charts cause a constant interest in him by the media. So far, David Garrett released 15 albums and sold more than two million records worldwide. According to the US Billboard Charts, David Garrett was the most successful classic artist of the year in 2009.

He played the lead role in the 2013 movie The Devil's Violinist, as the noted 19th-century violinist Niccolò Paganini. 2015 he released his 15th studioalbum called “Explusive“