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Lang Lang (best piano player in the world) once said: 'I hate my hands!'

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Lang Lang (best piano player in the world) once said: 'I hate my hands!'

Post  Martijn (admin) on Wed Aug 29, 2012 1:17 am

Lang Lang is a Chinese virtuoso concert pianist is being considered as a 'superstar' in classical music. He is also known as the most famous piano player in the world today.

Lang Lang - who e.g. had the honor to perform at the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympics in 2008 (surrounded by about 2,000 dancers in lime green pyjamas and watched by an estimated television audience of 4.5 billion).

Lang’s publicists like to talk about 'the Lang Lang effect’, they say 30 million children in China have been turned on to the piano by the virtuoso. Who was able at the age of 2 to play the Tom and Jerry cartoon theme.

An excellent example showing his brilliant performing & entertaining abilities (+ this rather fascinating enjoyable personality) is his performance of the Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No 1 at the Waldbühne featured by the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra in 2009:

( Thumbs up! These Waldbühne 'out-door' performances with 20.000 people audience are rather impressive... I love this Lang Lang performance!)


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