Aaron Meyer Trio - Sunday Concert Series
Sunday, August 7 from 6-7:30pm
Millennium Plaza Park
Aaron Meyer Captivates Audiences worldwide with his electrifying stage presence. Audiences are mesmerized by Aaron's unique stage presence blended with awe-inspiring virtuosic performances. He immediately engages his fans, displaying an affinity for the violin in a seemingly effortless mastery of the instrument. Aaron's cutting edge musical style was inspired by his worldwide travels. After performing as an original band member for the world-renowned band Pink Martini, he recorded on the album Sympathique (which sold a million copies worldwide), Aaron then refined his own brand of music.
Aaron blends original music with cutting-edge arrangements of timeless classics. His broad range of music includes everything from a dynamic rendition of Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons" to his exquisite versions of Pink Floyd's "Comfortably Numb," Led Zeppelin's "Kashmir," and the Beatles classic "Let it Be." Whenever he performs, he connects with audiences of all ages, cultures and backgrounds from all around the world.
Aaron takes his violin everywhere and loves to share his music all over the world. Venues include performing Arts Centers, guest solo appearances with Symphony Orchestra's, music festivals, and luxury resorts and cruises, as well as National Anthems for the NBA and the NFL. Aaron's most recent album features a spectacular re-make of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody".
Aaron has released nine albums, including his latest, Hang On To Your Pants, featuring Aaron's 9-piece band performing instrumental versions of timeless classic rock tunes such as "Bohemian Rhapsody," "Carry On My Wayward Son," "Hotel California," "Sultan's of Swing," and "The Devil Went Down To Georgia." "I really wanted to arrange these songs instrumentally for rock violin and my band", said Meyer. "The violin soars with these anthem melodies and these songs are classics, everyone knows and loves."
Aaron played his first violin when he was five, and by the time he was 11 years old, he had soloed with the prestigious Philadelphia Orchestra bringing audiences to their feet with his inspiring performance. Aaron studied the violin with his father, Julian Meyer, who taught the world-renowned violinist Sarah Chang. Aaron's training continued with Luis Biava, associate conductor with the Philadelphia Orchestra, and also at Indiana University with Yuval Yaron, a student of Jascha Heifetz.