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If Mozart met Monty Python and they got juiced and then jammed together, you’d have Igudesman & Joo. The violin and piano virtuosi gone viral — 28 million YouTube hits and counting — are headed for Carnegie Hall for “A Little Nightmare Music.”
“We’ll have our hits, like ‘I Will Survive,’ which we turn into a Russian-Jewish number, and ‘Rachmaninoff Had Big Hands,’ a slapstick bit involving planks of wood,” say Aleksey Igudesman and Hyung-ki Joo, speaking more or less at once. They’ve been seriously fooling around in the Victor Borge mode since age 12, when they met at England’s prestigious Yehudi Menuhin School. “We don’t make fun of music — we make fun with music,” insists Igudesman, whose bow gets vacuumed up, mid-concert. Two surprise guests will join them at Carnegie. Didn’t Joo work on Billy Joel’s classical album? Hmmm . . . Tuesday at 8 p.m., Seventh Avenue at 57th Street; 212-247-7800,
— Barbara Hoffman