Electric Violinist Linzi Stoppard Live With FUSE In Liverpool
As well as being one of the busiest live string groups around electric violinist Linzi Stoppard and FUSE have become a popular choice for high end corporate events and launches looking for stylist and contemporary live entertainment.
Not your ordinary string group, Linzi and FUSE deliver an uplifting and energy filled live show including pop hits from their eponymous album released by Universal / edel.
Forget background music, the string duo are here to entertain and leave your guests with the feeling that they have witnessed something out of the ordinary but at the same time spell bounding.
The FUSE violin band is virtuoso violinists Linzi Stoppard and Ben Lee. They have earned rock star status across the globe, with more than 12 million YouTube views, live global TV audiences exceeding 120 million and their exclusive, £1 million Swarovski Crystal violin, which is almost as dazzling as its owner.
Ben Lee is also the official five-times Guinness World Record Holder for Fastest Violinist in the World. He was the first and only violinist to break the ‘magic-minute’ barrier, a distinction experts said could not be done.
Their stellar worldwide performances have enthralled a galaxy of megastars, from Ivana Trump to Dita Von Teese , delivering a show-stopping performance wherever the go, Princes William and Harry at the Royal Audi Polo and mesmerising the Queen at the Chelsea Flower Show where Ringo Star also requested a performance – and receiving a standing ovation from Rod Stewart, among countless others.
The ability to transcend boundaries of musical convention – straddling rock, dance and contemporary melodies – has led Linzi and FUSE to enjoy diverse performances, from headlining at the International GQ Awards in Mumbai, to the Singapore Grand Prix – sharing a bill with Katy Perry and Noel Gallagher – as well as the Henley Festival with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Paloma Faith and even inspiring Pink Floyd’s Nick Mason to offer FUSE his drummer services.
Their unique brand of entertainment has a truly global appeal, seeing FUSE perform at prestigious events everywhere from Moscow, Cannes, Monaco, Chicago, Philadelphia, New York, Calgary, Jordan, Lebanon, Qatar, Dubai, Delhi, Hong Kong and Istanbul.
Never missing an opportunity to add some bling to the violin world Linzi and FUSE recent collaborated with British jeweler Theo Fennell to create the world’s first-ever 24-carat golden violins worth over $2m each. Adorned with Theo’s signature jewel encrusted skull in the scroll of each instrument.
And with exciting, new Hollywood announcements in the pipeline, the world-conquering string super group is gearing up to add many more strings to her bow.
FUSE appear courtesy of Deep Springs Entertainment