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LANG LANG Tour

Mar 2 2024 Festspielhaus Baden-Baden Baden-Baden, Germany TICKETS

Mar 6 2024 Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, Germany TICKETS

Mar 11 2024 Staatsoper Unter den Linden Berlin, Germany TICKETS

Mar 12 2024 Philharmonie Berlin, Germany TICKETS

Mar 16 2024 Gewandhaus Leipzig, Germany TICKETS

Mar 20 2024 Alte Oper Frankfurt, Germany TICKETS

Mar 23 2024 Opera de Monte Carlo Monte Carlo, Monaco TICKETS

Mar 26 2024 Liederhalle Stuttgart, Germany TICKETS

Mar 31 2024 Meridian Hall Toronto, Canada TICKETS

Apr 3 2024 McCallum Theatre Palm Desert, CA TICKETS

Apr 7 2024 The Smith Center Las Vegas, NV TICKETS

Apr 12 2024 Joan and Irwin Jacobs Music Center San Diego, CA TICKETS

Apr 16 2024 Adrienne Arsht Center Miami, FL TICKETS

Apr 23 2024 Artis—Naples Naples, FL TICKETS

Apr 27 2024 Hugh Hodgson Concert Hall Athens, GA TICKETS

May 2 2024 Severance Hall Cleveland, OH TICKETS

May 4 2024 Severance Hall Cleveland, OH TICKETS

May 8 2024 Konzerthaus Vienna, Austria TICKETS

May 14 2024 Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Netherlands TICKETS

May 19 2024 Semperoper Dresden, Germany TICKETS

May 20 2024 Semperoper Dresden, Germany TICKETS

May 21 2024 Semperoper Dresden, Germany TICKETS

May 25 2024 L’Auditorium Bordeuax, France TICKETS

May 29 2024 Musikverein Vienna, Austria TICKETS

Jun 1 2024 Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, Germany TICKETS

Jun 9 2024 Auditorium Lyon, France TICKETS

Jun 12 2024 Philharmonie de Paris Paris, France TICKETS

Jun 14 2024 Philharmonie de Paris Paris, France TICKETS

Jun 18 2024 Isarphilharmonie Munich, France TICKETS

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Very few artists can claim to have the same profound impact on the world of music as Lang Lang has had. As a pianist, educator and philanthropist, as well as an influential ambassador for the arts, Lang Lang has fully embraced new technology and innovation, leading the way in bringing classical music into the 21st century. Equally happy playing for billions of viewers at the 2008 Olympic Opening Ceremony in Beijing or just for a few hundred children in the public schools, Lang Lang is a master of communicating through music. Gifted with unique artistic and communicative skills, Lang Lang unites excellence and accessibility unlike anyone else, and builds bridges between Eastern and Western culture.

 

 
 

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With this album, Lang Lang presents a treasure trove of musical discoveries: Saint-Saëns’s Piano Concerto No. 2, recorded with a stellar cast, the Gewandhausorchester and Andris Nelsons, is for Lang Lang a true romantic masterpiece that rivals the greats like Rachmaninoff or Liszt. By pairing it with Carnival of the Animals, a whimsical menagerie that has captivated young hearts for generations, Lang Lang continues his heartfelt wish to promote the love of classical music to kids and it also gives him a chance to collaborate with his wife, pianist Gina Alice. Complementing these works with hidden gems – unearthed solo compositions by five female French composers as well as beloved French classics – has created a feast for the ears, promising a captivating experience.

“Many of us remember Saint-Saëns’s famous Carnival of the Animals from childhood. There are a lot of clever ideas underneath all the fun. He’s making a real statement, but in a very humorous way,” says Lang Lang. The pianist was also keen to include some well-known smaller-scale solo/four hands works, among them Ravel’s Pavane pour une infante défunte, the Pavane by Fauré, as well as arrangements like the “Flower Duet” from Delibes’s opera Lakmé. For Debussy’s Petite Suite he is again joined by Gina Alice, who describes playing this evocative work as like “painting a picture”.

Finally, Lang Lang shines light on music by five female French composers largely overlooked until recent years. Lili Boulanger, arguably the most famous among them, became the first woman to win the coveted Prix de Rome. Lang Lang gives a spellbinding performance of Boulanger’s sublimely beautiful D’un jardin clair.