HAHN-BIN: The Renaissance of Classical Music

  • Wed 18 – Sat 21 Jul, 9.30pm & Sun 22 Jul, 4pm + 7.30pm
  • Wed 18 July £10, then £15 (£12.50)

‘His playing is revolutionary, his talent extraordinary… Hahn-Bin is a modern musical genius. ★★★★★ Gay UK

HAHN-BIN: The Renaissance of Classical Music

Avant-pop classical violinist HAHN-BIN has become a revolutionary force in music with his dazzling performances of classical music as performance art.

Since his groundbreaking Carnegie Hall debut, HAHN-BIN has picked up some notable fans, including Madonna and Scissor Sisters — both of whom he collaborates with on their latest albums — as well as Lou Reed and Laurie Anderson, who presented him in his first downtown New York performance.

In his first concert residency since his critically acclaimed Soliloquy for Andy Warhol at The Museum of Modern Art in New York City, this prodigiously talented 24 year old brings the quarantined musical genre into mainstream culture, leaving audiences mesmerized.

HAHN-BIN made his international debut at the age of 12 at the Grammy Awards earning a standing ovation from the legendary Isaac Stern, this past spring, following the premiere of his Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto performance with the Seattle Symphony at Benaroya Hall and his London debut at the Royal Albert Hall’s Elgar Room, he became the first classical artist to grace the cover of the fashion bible i-D Magazine.

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HAHN-BIN’s dazzling, genuinely provocative takes on classical music as performance art evoke something of what Liszt’s deliriously sweaty, grandiosely hypersexualized concerts must have felt like.’
New York Times

‘Extraordinary, intelligent and beautiful.’
Washington Post

‘Prodigious.’
New Yorker

HAHN-BIN is an extremely talented violinist who is very, very individual. He combines music with drama and a visual element. It’s very personal to him. When an artist feels it that personally, the audience does, too.’
Itzhak Perlman

‘The movement, his body, his style, his dramaturgy and the music form one strong, complex, multilayered audio-visual image.’
Klaus Biesenbach