It’s just incredible! The waltz by Anthony Hopkins, was represented by the violinist Andre Rio

This is such a wonderful and romantic tune that the heart ceases.

There is possibly no one who is not familiar with the incredible actor Anthony Hopkins. His characters and images incarnated on the screen will remain in our memory permanently. He was born in Margam, Wales. His parents, Richard Arthur and Muriel Ann were culinarians and had their own bread. After leaving school, Anthony attended the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, becoming a graduate with honors in 1957.

In the early 70s, the actor moved to the United States. Real fortune and international recognition came to the actor in the early 90s. The actor is the winner of an Oscar, two Emmy awards as well as four BAFTA awards.

The actor is mostly known for his cinematic representation of the cannibal serial murderer Dr. Hannibal Lecter in The Silence of the Lambs and Hannibal.

Only his family and closest companions knew that Anthony Hopkins created music. The actor himself was certain that his work doesn’t deserve attention. But then he accidentally noticed the Dutchman Andre Rio on TV and made up his mind that if this “king of the waltz” does not play his music, then no one will play it.

Having decided to show the musician his work, Hopkins did not feel sorry for it. First came his live premiere as a songwriter, followed by the release of his premier music album, Anthony Hopkins – Songwriter.

Many listeners compare the Hopkins waltz with the works of Johann Strauss. Surprisingly, the same concert occurred around three years ago in Vienna, in the same Prater park where Johann Strauss frequently performed in his period.

This is such a wonderful and romantic tune that the heart ceases. It’s just incredible.

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