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Brava Favorites: Lang Lang

September 30


Chinese pianist Lang Lang (1982- *) is a true pop star of classical music, celebrated by the public for more than 15 years. Thousands of people attend each year the memorable performances of this artist with irreproachable technique and magnetic scenic presence. On Sunday, September 30, Stingray Brava presents new concerts of this keyboard virtuoso. The evening begins at 21:00 (CEST) with some jewels from the piano repertoire, masterfully interpreted by Lang Lang, and ends with a filmed performance in Beijing, where Lang Lang performs Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 24 to mark the 250th birthday of the famous Austrian composer.

Sunday, September 30 at 21:00 CEST | Lang Lang – The Third Dimension

Chinese pianist Lang Lang performs some of the greatest works in the piano repertoire at Berghain in Berlin in 2010. The concert program includes the first movement of Piano Sonata No. 23, op. 57, called Beethoven's Appassionata, the precipato of Prokofiev's Sonata No. 7, and the mention of Iberia (Book 1), the masterpiece of Isaac Albéniz. Lang Lang closes the evening with a powerful version of the ''Heroic'' Polonaise, op. 53 from Chopin.

Sunday, September 30 at 21:35 CEST | Mozart! Live from Beijing 

On January 27, 2006, Chinese virtuoso pianist Lang Lang celebrated WA Mozart's birthday with a performance of the Piano Concerto No. 24 in the Forbidden City Concert Hall of Beijing with the China Philharmonic Orchestram directed by Long Yu. The concert hall is located inside the walls of the Forbidden City, in the beautifully maintained gardens of Zhongshan Park, directly adjacent to Tiananmen Square. The program of the concert also includes the opening of Cosi fan tutte, Symphony No. 25, KV 183, "Hai gia came the causa!" from Le Nozze di Figaro,  "Finch'han dal vino" from Don Giovannia, and Piano Sonata No. 10, K. 330.