This solo instrument was played by Dimitrie J. Leivici, concertmaster of Vienna’s Synchron Stage Orchestra and acclaimed Hollywood studio violinist who played on over 1,000 movie scores, including classics such as Avatar, Titanic, Pirates of the Caribbean, Toy Story, and Indiana Jones. After completing his musical studies at the Vienna Conservatory and the University of Vienna in 1976 Dimitrie toured Europe with Beethoven, Sibelius and Tchaikovsky concertos, including performances with leading orchestras such as the London Symphony Orchestra and London Philharmonic. After moving to Los Angeles in his early twenties, Dimitrie became one of the most sought after Hollywood studio violinists. He is also the founder and chairman of the Hollywood Music Workshop.
Requires the ViennaKey.
This solo instrument offers an alternative to the cello included in the Solo Strings I-Collection and is the perfect choice if you’re looking for two different timbres of the same instrument, e.g., for solo or chamber music instrumentations. It was played by Florian Eggner who is one of the first-chair players of the Synchron Stage Orchestra. Florian gained international recognition both as a soloist as well as a chamber musician with his two brothers Georg and Christoph. The “Eggner Trio” – one of today’s leading piano trios – performed numerous concerts in virtually all renowned venues (such as the Vienna Musikverein, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Wigmore Hall London, Cité de la Musique Paris, Carnegie Hall New York). Several concert tours have taken the ensemble to the USA, Japan, Argentinia, Uruguay, Australia and New Zealand.
Requires the ViennaKey.
The ViennaKey is a USB protection device by eLicenser (formerly Syncrosoft) and is required to run any of the Vienna products (including Instrument Collections, Special Editions, Single Instruments, and Vienna Symphonic Library software).
The ViennaKey is not included and must be purchased separately. If you already have another eLicenser USB protection device (e.g., from Steinberg or Arturia), you may use it for Vienna products, too. Otherwise we recommend ordering a ViennaKey together with your first Vienna Symphonic Library purchase.
This beautiful poster produced by the Vienna Symphonic Library will be a gorgeous, yet
practical addition to your studio.