Music & Musicals, Classical Music, Classical Instrumental Music - Renowned violin virtuoso Nigel Kennedy showcases the classical music of Italian composer Antonio Vivaldi in this 2005 concert at Carcassonne, France's magnificent La Citadelle. Accompanied by the Polish Chamber Orchestra, Kennedy delivers a bold and exhilarating performance. His encore of rock superstar Jimi Hendrix's "Purple Haze" highlights Kennedy's talent for juxtaposing divergent yet intertwined strands of music.
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Have you watched Nigel Kennedy: Live at Carcassonne yet? What did you think about it?