Linzi Stoppard Strikes Gold at the Hermitage, Monte Carlo, Monaco
Electric violin rock stars - Linzi Stoppard & Ben Lee (aka FUSE) captivate VIPs at the world famous Hermitage hotel in Monaco. FUSE are a fresh new approach to a traditionally classical instrument, shaking up the music world in the process...
September 12, 2009 (FPRC) --
Linzi Stoppard & her rock violin duo FUSE performed an uplifting , energetic set for The Guy Carpenter Soiree in the historic and stunning Salle Belle Epoque ball Room, which provided an enchanting and memorable background.
The Hermitage was the perfect venue to contrast with FUSE's modern and innovative approach to what is traditionally a classical instrument. FUSE were not happy to be just another classical crossover cliche. They want to show the world that the electric violin is as versatile and and real day alternative to the more common guitar.
After signing an unprecedented record deal FUSE are in the studio finishing their much anticipated debut album. FUSE have kept the secrets to how to reproduce their unique and distinctive sound but we know guitar effects, sound processing and amps weigh heavily on the album. Already labeled as "the most innovative string act for over a generation" FUSe are setting the bar for a new breed of violinists.
The world famous Hermitage is located near Casino Square and overlooking the harbour of Monte Carlo, Hotel Hermitage has been a landmark since 1864 and is a registered historical monument. Hotel Hermitage is a short walk from Casino Square and adjacent to the most prestigious shopping in Monaco.
Charm and refinement characterise this hotel classified as an historic monument, together with an unimpeded view of Monaco’s harbour, and the winter garden designed by Gustave Eiffel.
For more information contact John FUSE 25 of Battery Media (http://www.electricstringquartet.com)
07515 56 88 00
linzi, stoppard, fuse
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