New EP out OCT 9th!
1. Those Were the Days (Dorogoi Dlinnoyu)
2. Hava Nagila
3. The Godfather - Medley
4. Doctor Zhivago - Lara's Theme
5. Hungarian Dance no. 5
6. Bohemian Rhapsody
AUTUMN TOUR TICKETS ON SALE now
please visit our Tour Dates page for tickets to our autumn 2019 shows and watch the below for an insight into what our shows are like!
Vladimir’s Viennese Christmas 2019
Thursday 12th December - Lyrath Estate Hotel, Kilkenny, Ireland
Saturday 14th December - - The National Concert Hall, 3.00pm, Dublin, Ireland
Saturday 14th December - The National Concert Hall, 8.00pm, Dublin, Ireland
Sunday 15th December - The National Concert Hall, 3.00pm, Dublin, Ireland
Sunday 15th December - The National Concert Hall, 8.00pm, Dublin, Ireland
Wednesday 18th December - INEC Killarney, Killarney, Ireland
new show - The Violinists symphonic
on sale now, sat 2nd Feb 2019, NCH, Dublin!
The VIolinists solo
coming out October 26th 2018
Family show Trailer 2018
WATCH A PREVIEW OF the violinists
Vladimir & Anton Live
Vladimir & Anton Live is the debut album from the duelling violin brothers - Vladimir & Anton. The album was recorded in March 2016 over three sold-out nights at the Wexford Arts Centre.
The brothers have been busy touring the UK as special guests of superstar diva soprano Katherine Jenkins, and have also played a special concert at the Slovakian Embassy in London as part of the Euros 2016, as well as guesting at the prestigious Isle Of Wight festival.
The album draws heavily on popular Russian classical music, as Vladimir and Anton have been inspired by the adventures of their paternal Grandfather Nikolaj who was born in Moscow in 1925.
The repertoire draws on material that Nikolaj would have played, old Russian folk tunes and romances like “I Met You”, “Dark Eyes” and “Dark Is The Night” mixed with pieces that resonate with Vladimir and Anton. “Theme from Cheburashka” celebrates an iconic Russian classic cartoon character - part monkey, part bear-cub - who the boys grew up watching on TV, while “Those Were The Days” is revisited as the piece Anton used to proffer when asked by friends “can you please play something we know?”
The album also includes well-known pieces by Prokofiev, Rimsky-Korsakov and Shostakovich for a thrilling Trans-Siberian musical adventure from St. Petersburg to Vladivostok.