The "enfant terrible" of the violin, Nigel Kennedy's intepretation of Antonio Vivaldi's Four Seasons in 1989 brought him fame beyond the world of classical music. At the Bonn Jazzfest his repertoire even includes works by Jimi Hendrix.
The iconoclastic violinist is famous for having shaken up the classical music scene. Never looking back, he cherishes the moment now more than ever before.
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