Bernadett Nyari – Palladio
Bernadett proves to be a musical polyglot with “Palladio”. Fluent in a whole slew of genres the song features a keen delicacy to it. A true pro, they bring together classical, techno, and rock into a
thoroughly engaging whole. Incredible strings crown this stunning achievement for there is a dramatic
flourish to the whole thing.
Without saying a single word, an entire narrative shapes up to create a vivid reality. Lots of melodies intertwine to delve into a sense of wonder about the world. The multi-faceted, multi-layered approach results in something that is quite unforgettable. Honestly, it has been along time since I heard such a well-done fusion of different styles into something that really does work as a coherent whole.
The way the song evolves has a natural cadence about all of it. From this small start the rest of the song enters into the equation ever so quickly. By ensuring that every single detail matters there is a degree of power to the entire thing, one that results in something simply gorgeous. A cinematic series of vignettes emerges as the song’s evolution has a natural pace to the entire thing. Much of it builds and builds, setting its sights for the absolute sky. Nods to musicians like Anna Meredith and Max Richter appear, for Bernadett takes a tact that does feel refreshing modern.
“Palladio” reigns supreme with a stately air, proving Bernadett to be a musician with a truly unique style.
About Bernadett Nyari:
Bernadett Nyari hails from Budapest, Hungary and was born into a musician family. Her maternal grandfather was József B. Suha, one of Hungary’s greatest violinists. He was also a composer and his compositions are played worldwide to this day.
Bernadett began learning to play the violin at age 6, but only decided to dedicate her life to music following a concert tour in Italy when she was 13. From the age of 18, she continued her studies at the Music Academy in Graz, Austria, and became the student of Professor Silvia Marcovici, an outstanding world-renowned violin soloist. She originally studied classical music, but since her dream was to bring joy to all kinds of audiences with her favorite musical genres, she perfected numerous styles of music on her violin in the most varied ways.
Bernadett has become a global traveler entertaining audiences by performing in many countries around the world. She has performed more than in 90 countries and 150 cities. Her powerful stage presence is underlined by a captivating elegance. To listen to her play is to feel her passion. Her performances offer an incredible array of musical styles, showing the endless possibilities playing the violin. It is a true variety selection… classical, folk, film music, musicals, jazz, country… all played in her personal style with her own arrangements.
In 2018 Bernadett was listed as one of the most successful people of Hungary.