Gary Lovini was the first violinist to successfully bridge the gap between classical and popular music. A true showman, he captivates audiences of all nationalities, ages and tastes and language is no barrier to the talents of this world class entertainer.
Brilliant and modern show, anyone who says they don’t like the voilin should listen to you perform.Chris Rutter
His love affair with the violin began at the age of 8 and his progress was so rapid that by the age of 10 he had passed all his classical grades with distinction. He went on to play in the region’s most prestigious youth orchestra, Staffordshire County Youth Orchestra. Even now at this age he was showing signs of becoming an individual entertainer. The real turning point came when he reached the final of a National Talent Competition staged by the English Tourist Board. Out of 10,000 entrants, Gary came second and led to his first appearance at the world famous London Palladium.