Wednesday, September 1, 2010

David Garret-Rock Symphonies Review and Giveaway,


As a Music Mom I recently received a copy of David Garrett's Rock Symphonies CD.    It was waiting for me when I got back from vacation.  I am not a big rock fan but I decided it may be fun to listen to  o keep me moving.  while I was working on laundry and unpacking all my camping supplies  I was surprised art how much I enjoyed listening to  his music especially "The 5th"  which is based on Beethoven's 5th Symphony.

Rock Symphonies, the latest release from best-selling classical artist David Garrett, breathes new life into the classic music genre.  A unique blend of classic violin music and contemporary rock songs, Rock Symphonies is a moving celebration of Garrett’s two loves: classical music and the rock-and-roll songs of his generation.

A child prodigy born in Germany, Garrett has been amazing fans around the world since he was a young boy.  By age 12, Garrett was playing on stage with the London Philharmonic, the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Russian National Orchestra. His self-titled debut album, David Garrett, debuted in the states at #1 on the Classical Crossover Chart and held the position for 31 solid weeks in 2009.

Be sure to visit to learn more about this artist and his latest album.  Rock Symphonies is available at Best Buy, itunes and Amazon.

Thanks to Music Moms I also have an autographed copy of Rock Symphonies to giveaway to one of my readers.  To win just visit and  come back and leave a comment telling me something you learned about David.

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I received a copy of this CD to review.  No other compensation was given.  All opinions are my own.


Anonymous said...

He was Billboard’s best-selling new classical music artist of 2009.

Jay said...

He got his first violin at age 4!