Queen Elizabeth Theatre | Vancouver, British Columbia
It should come as no surprise that Maksim Mrvica has a huge following that attends his shows, he is, after all, one of the most in-demand crossover artists. His incredible talents and years of experience has allowed the classically trained pianist to create shows that blow away audiences with his virtuoso piano playing abilities that include a fusion classic music and contemporary elements such as rock and pop. Towering at six foot nine, his look and charm are unlike anything else in the classical piano world and checking him out live is a truly electrifying experience. The musician will bring his famous work to the Queen Elizabeth Theatre on Wednesday, May 17, 2023 and fans have are going crazy at this rare opportunity to witness all of the action. Tickets to the show are already selling out at a rapid pace but fortunately, you can still grab yours right here by clicking the “GET TICKETS” button.
Born in Croatia in 1975, Maksim Mrvica has survived the Croatian war of independence that began in 1991, all the while honing his skills under the guidance of his teacher, Marija Šekso, in their musical school's basement. Despite the ongoing horrors of war, Maksim still managed to win his first major piano competition in 1993.
He was first introduced to the piano by his friend Aleksander, and after being mesmerized by its charm, his mother enrolled him in classes. Determined to make it big, he took home first prize at the prestigious Nikolai Rubenstein International Piano Competition in 1999. By the young age of 24, he had released his first album on EMI Records called The Piano Player, which was a huge international hit, especially in the Asian market, spending 12 weeks in the HMV international pop chart at the top spot. Furthermore, that album was certified, gold in mainland China, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore, as well as platinum in Croatia and Taiwan.
Mrvica started experimenting with re-creating classical music into his own renditions, adding rock, pop, and other modern elements as a way to encourage younger audiences to participate in the genre. His crossover style has been welcomed with high praise from audiences and critics, and watching his fingers play those keys is a thing of beauty. As a matter of fact, he once played Flight of the Bumblebee in just 56 seconds, making him one of the fastest piano players in the world.
He has sold a massive 4 million albums in over 57 different countries from a discography that includes 13 albums under his belt. By doing so he has created a name for himself as one of the few incredible people who push the boundaries through vivid experimentation at his concerts. They're always a fresh and exciting experience, attended by hordes of fans.
This concert is going to be one for the ages, and you can't afford to pass up this opportunity. Getting tickets is going to be really hard, but you've landed at the best place to secure a spot. Grabbing them is as easy as clicking the “GET TICKETS” button and following the simple check out process. Do it now to avoid disappointment.