With his arrangements and compositions from different genres and epochs Claus Freudenstein creates music of a new dimension.
In addition to breathtaking virtuosity, limitless pleasure, compositional know-how and blind trust in musical exchange, it does not need no more than two instruments: a piano and a double bass. His ability to subtly blur musical style boundaries could be described as a virtuoso “style overflow”. Piazzolla’s “Ave Maria” meets “Highway Star” by Deep Purple, “Sweet Child o’mine” by Guns’n Roses shines in new splendor with double bass and piano. Metallica, Adele, Siomon Garcia sparkle in a new sound – unlimited. There is no such thing as impossible. The listener is immersed, then immersed in exciting listening experiences in a class of their own, with exciting arrangements from Beethoven to Heavy Metal. Music with an antidepressant effect that lets you forget time and space and infects the listener with boundless joie de vivre. “Crossing borders” thats the name of the program. And it celebrated its premiere at the Space Museum in Hong Kong. From there it went on a world tour across Europe, Spain, Portugal, Asia, the USA, Mexico, Brazil as well as Guatemala and Honduras. The crowning highlights were the appearances at the convention of the “International Society of Bassists” in New York and in the world-famous music club “Whiskey a GoGo” in Los Angeles.