The popular violinist Vanessa Mae will return to the Czech Republic after three years to perform her most famous pieces of music this October, concert organiser Roman Helcl told the Czech News Agency on Wednesday. Accompanying her will be Ms May’s band, the Czech String Orchestra and eight vocalists. The first concert is set to take place in Ostrava on October 15. Two days later the Ms. Mae will perform in Prague’s O2 Arena as well.
The renowned violinist said that she looks forward to working with Czech musicians and that apart from her most popular pieces she will also play some rare compositions.
The 40-year-old Britton, who was born in Singapore is known for her pop interpretations of classical music and has millions of fans across the world.
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