Electric Violin Rock Stars FUSE (Linzi Stoppard / Ben Lee) Rock the Royal Albert Hall
With a sound ranging from the more chilled tracks (aka Enigma) to the vibrant rockier sound (aka Hendrix); her performance is a show in its own right and definitely not CLASSICAL!
Linzi is to the violin what Dita Von Teese is to ballet: she has taken her craft, made it her own and updated it for lovers of 21st century performance and art.
Linzi has been playing the violin since she was four and trained at the prestigious Suzuki violin school. Her musical success began in her late teens she was then spotted by two music producers who convinced her to front and record Tattoo of Pain (vocals/electric violin) which was a spin off from cult American group "Lords of Acid". This led to record deals around the world including EMI Europe, Avex and Never Records (Geffen, USA), followed up by tours in the States, Europe and Japan.
After the success of the album she was signed to EMI Belgium where she formed Babe Instinct and recorded "Disco Babes From Outer Space" which was a hit across Europe.
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The famous violinist, Linzi Stoppard, posed in a dress entirely made of Lindt Chocolate's Lindor Balls and Swarovski crystals in the chilling climate of London looking absolutely hot. And now when Christmas is just the around the corner we may call it smart marketing on behalf of Lindt as well. Have a look!
|New Band - FUSE
Welcome to FUSE - Linzi's new electric rock violin group - acclaimed electric violinist Linzi Stoppard and Ben Lee are renown for performing to AAA listers, royalty and launching super brands around the world. After much speculation FUSE have been confirmed as the 'face of' international classical chillout music-video TV channel C Music TV. To celebrate, FUSE's head-turning video 'Glorious' will premiere across the globe on the C Music TV network.
|Linzi Stoppard, one half of the electric violin duo Fuse, launched the competition called 'Share A Stage' at St Laurence School in Bradford on Avon. The aim of 'Share a Stage' is to raise awareness for Practice-a-thon, a CLIC Sargent initiative designed to encourage young people to practice their music and raise money for children with cancer. At the launch Linzi and her fellow Fuse band member Ben Lee performed live to an audience made up of the school's music students and a group of young people from the area who are supported by CLIC Sargent. This group included Tom Hunt, a 17 year old from Bristol, who has recovered from extensive surgery and cancer treatment.|
A lot actually! One moment she's cool and sexy, the next, an impassioned temptress, full of fire and vibrancy. Men tend to fall over themselves when faced by this former model, while women admire her feline glamour. And everyone is in awe of her ability.
She's one heck of a violinist. Already in great demand, this passionate performer has set the Cannes Film Festival alight and is recording her debut solo album.
We say she's simply stunning.