"Bach is back!"
The Recording Star
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The youngest person in the world to record the two masterpieces
Beethoven and Tchaikovsky concertos, she joined EMI in 1994 and with
her two releases for the label, become their best-selling new artiste
With the phenomenally succesful The Classical Album 1 she became the fastest-selling
classical artiste ever, and was awrded the 1997 World Music 'Award
for Best-Selling Classical Artist'. The Classical Album 2 - China Girl,
continued this trend, entering the charts at No.1 immediately upon its release.
Her debut pop album The Violin Player which broke new ground with its then new concept of techno-acoustic
fusion violin music, is the most succesful debut instrumental pop album ever, charting
in over 25 countries.
Since then she has gone on to sell over four millions albums world wide, continuing
her unique dual carrer. This tour is created around Storm, her recently
released second pop album.
Vanessa-Mae's future recording plans include her long awaited version of Vivaldi's "Four Season"
coupled with Tartini's "The Devil's Trill" as well as the re-release over the
next two years of her first three stunning classical albums all recorded by the
age of 13.