Vanessa-Mae is continuing her worldwide tour she embarked on back in February. This time, she plays an extremely entertaining concert in Bratislava just a few days ago. Right now, there has not been much footage uploaded of the concert. However, I included what I did find below. I will continue to update this page as more videos become available.
She looks gorgeous as always, and once again wears a beautiful pink dress. It seems like the same one she wore at her Valentine’s Day concert. She did wear another dress, but the footage is quite grainy. Unfortunately, I am not able to tell much as the fan who recorded it was quite far from the stage.
May will be a busy month for Vanessa-Mae! She has concerts planned in Macedonia, Israel and Poland all before month’s end. As a result, you can expect to be seeing more footage from these appearances.
Videos (constantly updated)
[updated 5/25/17] Vanessa performs concerts in Caesaria and Skopje!
Just recently, I ran across a video on Youtube of Vanessa-Mae performing on the Rosie O’Donnell show back in 1996. It certainly brings back some very pleasant memory, as I see the violin performed in such a way that is attractive, hip, and relevant. The very next week, her first pop CD (The Violin Player) was mine!
She performs Mike Batt’s modern interpretation of Bach’s Toccata & Fugue. This also is the first of her pop singles and the title track on the Violin Player album. Even now, it still gives me shivers. It’s quite a treat to see how beautiful she portrays just not of herself, but the violin as well.
Live in the flesh ..
She plays this piece quite often on various shows at the time, but this particular performance has two major distinctions. First, she plays this live. Unfortunately, due to technical or time constraints, she often mimes if she is just appearing on a TV show. In this case, she plays 100% live. Secondly, she often has a few members of her band accompany her during performances. In this case, there are none and is solely assisted by Rosie’s Band. I am particularly impressed because I imagine that they only had a few hours of practice at the most before the show aired.
So what do you think? Do you agree that this is a particularly engaging performance by Vanessa-Mae? Are there better ones?? Please let me know!