Clas­sic sounds at RSL

Bril­liant vi­o­lin player will take you on a mu­si­cal jour­ney

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL -

HE HAS been re­ferred to as Aus­tralia’s an­swer to An­dre Rieu.

With the Sen­ti­men­tal Jour­ney stage show, Vov Dy­lan will take you on a mu­si­cal jour­ney through 100 years of songs from light clas­si­cal de­lights to the stan­dards of the Amer­i­can song­book through to the mu­si­cal the­atre hits of re­cent years.

Dy­lan and Glenn Amer join forces to take au­di­ences on a jour­ney filled with great sto­ries and hu­mour and, of course, great melodies.

A vi­o­lin­ist whose tal­ents were first recog­nised at the age of 21 months, Dy­lan has spent the rest of his life with vi­o­lin in hand and au­di­ence in front.

He has per­formed through­out the world on con­cert stages, cabaret stages and the­atres as his gen­er­a­tion’s lead­ing va­ri­ety in­stru­men­tal act, spe­cial­is­ing in pre­sent­ing the clas­sics in a down-to-earth eas­ily ac­ces­si­ble man­ner.

He has per­formed and pre­sented on ra­dio, TV and movies, and as a record­ing artist has re­leased seven al­bums. He is a con­tract player to Fan­fare Clas­sics with dis­tri­bu­tion of his al­bums glob­ally.

Dy­lan’s strength is in be­ing able to make the vi­o­lin

sing straight to the heart while get­ting your foot to tap in joy of the mu­sic and leave your jaw dropped on the floor.


CLAS­SIC SOUNDS: Vov Dy­lan, Aus­tralia’s an­swer to An­dre Rieu, will be at the Proser­pine RSL today.

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