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Piano Perfection in 3D

Lang Lang

Year: 2016

Runtime: 00:30:30

Lang Lang at Berghain – Piano in perfection in the third dimension! Legendary pianist Lang Lang performs Beethoven, Chopin, Albéniz and Prokofiev in his very unique way. In personal interviews he explains his access to the new technology anf their connection to classical music.
Original and extraordinary – these words describe both the artist and the setting of the shooting: the Berghain in Berlin, one of the most famous clubs all over the world.

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