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Opus 3 Artists welcomes Philharmonix to the roster

05.03.18
Philharmonix

Opus 3 Artists is thrilled to welcome Philharmonix to the roster. Comprised of three members of the Vienna Philharmonic, two Berlin Philharmonic soloists, one Austrian pianist and an improvising and singing violinist, Philharmonix mix a deliciously heady cocktail of classical, jazz, klezmer, Latin, and pop music. Every concert is a living, grooving, finger-snapping night of good, old-fashioned fun.

With their signature blend of the "highest philharmonic quality and unrestrained joy of music-making," (Kurier, Austria) Philharmonix are synonymous with "entertainment". Philharmonix come together only if and when they are inspired by a new musical idea. There is not an ounce of routine or obligation in anything they do, and this is how they create the "you had to be there" effect, which turns a casual audience member into a passionate fan of classical music. Audiences will have a blast experiencing this musical feast, which isn't necessarily classical but has a lot of class.