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Lang Lang Recital at the Royal Albert Hall – 20th and 22nd April 2015


Following the phenomenal success of his two sold-out concerts at the Royal Albert Hall in 2013, Lang Lang will return for two more in-the-round performances.

Lang Lang has entertained audiences all around the world and in 2008, over four billion people viewed Lang Lang’s performance in the Beijing Olympics Opening Ceremony. His influence has inspired over forty million Chinese children to learn to play classical piano – a phenomenon known as “the Lang Lang effect”.


J. S. Bach Italian Concerto BMV 971 in F Major 11’
I. Untitled, in F Major
II. Andante, in D minor
III. Presto, in F Major

Tchaikovsky Seasons 40’
January: By the fireside
February: Carnival
March: Lark’s Song
April: Snowdrop
May: White night
June: Barcarolle
July: Reaper’s song
August: Harvest
September: The Hunt
October: Autumn song
November: Troïka
December: Ballroom waltz

Chopin 4 Scherzos 37’
No. 1 in B minor, Op. 20
No. 2 in B-flat minor, Op. 31
No. 3 in C-sharp minor, Op. 39
No. 4 in E major, Op. 54

If you would like more information or book tickets, visit the Royal Albert Hall website here

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