Hugely popular quartet are back in UK for appearance in Nottingham

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The Piano Guys are to return to the UK for a short tour in June, including a date at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall on June 10.

The Piano Guys began as an internet phenomenon: four Utah dads who created a series of strikingly original self-made music videos with a quirky-yet-virtuoso take on making classical music hip with a rock ‘n’ roll style.

With over 500 million views and 3.6 million subscribers of their YouTube videos, their staggering online popularity has resulted in four chart topping albums, and sold-out concerts around the world.

The history of the group began with Paul Anderson, who owned a piano shop in a small Utah town.

This is where successful solo pianist Jon Schmidt came in to practice. Eventually Paul and Jon collaborated with Al Van Der Beek and cellist Steve Sharp Nelson. A thriving team of songwriters, producers, editors, and musicians, together the four men created sensational hits broadcast on their YouTube channel and secured a record deal with Sony.

The first three major label albums each reached number one on the Billboard charts in the New Age Album and Classical Album categories.

Call the box office for ticket availability on 0115 989 5555.