When you’re a talented musician, you can choose how to best share that gift with the world. For the four members of Salut Salon, sharing their abilities means never taking themselves too seriously!
Salut Salon is an all-female string quartet comprised of violinists Angelika Bachmann and Iris Siegfried, pianist Olga Shkrygunova, and cellist Anna-Lena Perenthaler. The group got started in Hamburg, Germany, in 2002. Their niche is playing everything from classical music to TV theme songs, which they sometimes mash into one hilarious performance.
In a delightful video, Salut Salon performs a unique arrangement of Vivaldi’s “Summer,” Mozart’s “Sonata in C, K.545,” and Kurt Weill’s “Mack the Knife.” But they don’t just play the medley straight-out. Where’s the fun in that? Instead, they perform it upside down, inside out, with each other’s bows, and in any other way they can dream up!
Find out why they have been called “the Harlem Globetrotters of piano quartets” in the video below, and don’t forget to share this epic performance.
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