Award-winning violinist Daniel Hope is joined by Jochen Carls on double bass for this audiophile pressing of music composed by Max Richter with remixes by CFCF, Efdemin, Lorna Dune, and Tom Adams. The album was recorded on July 2012 at Funkhaus Berlin, Germany.
In 1978, Daniel Hope began to study the violin in London with Sheila Nelson. Six years later he commenced his studies at the Royal College of Music with Itzhak Rashkovsky, Felix Andrievsky and Grigory Zhislin and appeared on British television. In 1985 he was invited by Menuhin to perform the Bartók Duos for German television, which began a long association between the two violinists that included over 60 concerts. From 19921998 he was a pupil of Zakhar Bron at Londons Royal Academy of Music, from which he graduated. Daniel Hope has appeared all over the globe with the worlds most renowned orchestras and conductors and has won numerous prizes for his recordings such as five Echo Awards, the Classical Brit Award, Deutscher Schallplattenpreis and five Grammy® nominations.
180g Audiophile Pressing
Limited time download voucher included
Daniel Hope, violin
Jochen Carls, double bass
Lorna Dune, remix
Tom Adams, remix
Max Richter (1966-)
1. Berlin by Overnight (Version for Violin and Double Bass)
2. Berlin by Overnight (CFCF Remix)
3. Berlin by Overnight (Efdemin Remix)
1. Berlin by Overnight (Lorna Dune Remix)
2. Berlin by Overnight (Tom Adams Remix)
Recorded July 2012 at Funkhaus Berlin, Germany.