Diana Yukawa is a classically-trained violinist that has taken on a far more modern, popular audio with her device. Yukawa produced her first record of short traditional parts, La Campanella (Elegy in the united kingdom), at age 15. The record was a greatest vendor in Japan and was accompanied by Concerto, offering the music of Camille Saint-Saëns another year (2001). It had been eight years before Yukawa released her third record, The Butterfly Impact, which highlighted her very own music, a fusion of lyrical melodies, instrumental support, plus some dance beats in stylish productions. The modern, popular sound provides proven successful on her behalf. She has made an appearance with other music artists such as for example Jeff Beck, Paul Oakenfold, Craig Armstrong, John Foxx, Deen, and Katherine Jenkins, with events like the 2012 Dubai Globe Glass, the Tivoli Celebration in Copenhagen, and within the Canadian, multi-media magnificent Vincero with soprano Anne-Marie Faniel.