Lang Lang playing Albeniz, Debussy, Liszt

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World-famous pianist Lang Lang will be coming to London to play two nights at the Royal Albert Hall.

He'll be playing some piano suites by Isaac Albeniz, Claude Debussy, Enrique Granados and Franz Liszt 'in the round'.

Albeniz — Excerpts from Suite Espanola
Debussy — Ballade
Granados — Excerpts from Goyescas
Liszt — Piano sonata in B minor

Born in 1982, Lang Lang is the critically acclaimed young Chinese pianist who has played with leading orchestras throughout Europe, the United States and China. His dazzling technique and flair have helped him achieve an almost ‘rock-star’ status, making him one of the most high-profile of classical musicians.

 

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