Croatia’s world-famous cello duo are set to take a break after their Australia, New Zealand and US ends.
2CELLOS Luka Šulić and Stjepan Hauser released their new album Let There Be Cello last week and will next month head off on tour.
Once the duo finishes their grueling 36-show tour of Australia, New Zealand and the United States in April next year they will take a break.
“That was insane. Life, rhythm and pace were murderous. We really overdid it. 200 flights a year, constant concerts, traveling on all continents, shooting… We simply just have to get away from it,” Hauser told RTL exkluziv.
Hauser says that after 8 years the pair now will dedicate their time to other things in life and take a healthy break away to ‘recapitulate everything’.
“When we recapitulate ourselves, or if we do, we can go on again,” he said.
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Recently Šulić got married and became a father for the first time and will use the time to spend more time with them.
Australia & NZ Tour Dates:
Fri, November 23 – Perth, Riverside Theatre
Sat, November 24 – Melbourne, Plenary
Mon, November 26 – Adelaide, AEC Theatre
Wed, November 28 – Sydney, ICC Sydney Theatre
Fri, November 30 – Gold Coast, Gold Coast Convention Centre
Sun, December 02 – Brisbane, Brisbane Convention Centre
Mon, December 03 – Auckland, The Civic
US Tour Dates
Tues, February 5 – Seattle, WA Showare Center
Wed, February 6 – Portland, OR Moda Center
Fri, February 8 – Los Angeles, CA Shrine Auditorium
Sat, February 9 – San Jose, CA SAP Center
Sun, February 10 – San Diego, CA Valley View Arena
Mon, February 11 – Phoenix, AZ Comerica Theatre
Wed, February 13 – Salt Lake City, UT Vivint Smart Home Arena
Thurs, February 14 – Denver, CO Pepsi Center
Sat, February 16 – Dallas, TX Music Factory – 2 Shows
Sun, February 17 – Houston, TX Smart Financial Center
Tues, February 19 – Kansas City, MO Sprint Center
Wed, February 20 – Minneapolis, MN Target Center
Thurs, February 21 – St Louis, MO Chaifetz Arena
Sat, February 23 – Detroit, MI Fox Theatre – 2 Shows!
Sun, February 24 – Milwaukee, WI Wisconsin Entertainment Center
Tues, March 26 – Chicago, IL United Center
Wed, March 27 – Cleveland, OH Quicken Loans Arena
Fri, March 29 – Hershey, PA Giant Arena
Sat, March 30 – Boston, MA Agganis Arena
Mon, April 1 – Syracuse, NY Crouse-Hinds Theater
Tues, April 2 – Washington DC Eagle Bank Arena
Wed, April 3 – Pittsburgh, PA PPG Paints Arena
Fri, April 5 – Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun Arena
Sat, April 6 – New York, NY Radio City Music Hall – 2 Shows
Tues, April 9 – Greenville, SC Bon Secours Arena
Wed, April 10 – Atlanta, GA Infinite Energy Arena
Thurs, April 11 – Nashville, TN Bridgestone Arena
Sat, April 13 – Tampa, FL Amalie Arena
Sun, April 14 – Orlando, FL Amways Center