Lang Lang and Lippert: L To The Power of Three


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L to the Power of Three: Lang Lang and Lippert  – what a combination.

We are very pleased to announce that Lippert Music has been invited to participate in Lang Lang’s “101 Pianists Workshop” taking place at Roy Thomson Hall on Sunday November 13.  This is part of Lang Lang’s  personal goal to inspire the next generation of classical music lovers.

Lang Lang (pronounced Long Long) is without a doubt the most exciting classical musician performing today. His technique is legendary, his interpretations of the great classics are always insightful, and he pulls this all off with a degree of showmanship that has not been seen since Horowitz.

And just as importantly, Lang Lang is always very giving of his time, especially with the performed for communities that never see musicians of this caliber in their midst.(For a complete biography please see ).

Lang Lang is in Toronto on a two week residency with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra.During that  time he will perform all of Beethoven’s Piano Concertos. Do whatever you can to see at least one of these concerts – he is an absolute thrill to see. For ticket information please see:


To help celebrate Lang Lang’s visit we are offering a Lang Lang prize pack consisting of 5 of his Deutsche Grammophon Recordings:

  1. Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 2 and The Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
  2. Chopin: Piano Concertos Nos. 1 & 2
  3. Liszt: Incl. Hungarian Rhapsody
  4. Tchaikovsky & Rachmaninov: Piano Trios:
  5. Dragon Songs: A Collection of Chinese Classical Music today.

Also included in the prize pack is an autographed copy of Lang Lang’s autobiography “Journey of a Thousand Miles”

To be eligible you must answer this skill testing question

Which of the composers named in the list of recordings above, is celebrating their 200th anniversary of their birth in 2011?

Please write your name and contact information including e-mail address,  on a piece of paper and place in the box at the front desk of the studio. Contest closes Saturday November 19, 2011.

Only one entry per student. The first entry drawn with the correct answer to our question will be declared the winner.


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Watch Lang Lang play and discuss Beethoven