WORLD FAMOUS PIANIST RICHARD CLAYDERMAN FOR SECOND TIME IN PRAGUE!
Přidané : 16.06.2015 14:54
Kongresové centrum Praha, Kongresový sál, 5. května 65, Praha 4-Nusle
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World famous pianist Richard Clayderman will perform for the second time
in the Czech Republic with orchestra and big projection.
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RICHARD CLAYDERMAN encountered the piano early in his life. His father, a piano teacher, laid the foundation for his son's later success. It is said that, at the age of six, Richard Clayderman could read music more adeptly than his native French.
His life changed dramatically in 1976 when he met Olivier Toussaint, a well-known French record producer, who, with his partner, Paul de Senneville, was looking for a pianist to record a gentle piano ballad. Paul had composed this ballad as a tribute to his new born daughter “Adeline”. "Ballade pour Adeline" recorded by Richard Clayderman was sold in the astonishing 22 million copies in 38 countries.
Richard Clayderman has clocked up massive worldwide record sales of approximately 90 million, at the last count, and an incredible 267 Gold and 70 Platinum discs to his credit.
But he says, "I love performing live on stage, because I have direct contact with my audience." Clayderman's international success has resulted in a punishing itinerary which, in the past, has seen him play as many as 200 concerts in just 250 days spent outside France.
Richard Clayderman introduces his creation in the orchestra accompaniment in only one exclusive concert in Prague. Audience can look forward to his most famous composition and of course "Ballade pour Adeline".
Tickets are available at Ticketportal sales points as well as on-line directly on ticketportal.cz - HOMEtickets!
Really limited number of VIP tickets
the best seats in a hall and invitation for refreshment at hall Panorama before and after concert (from 19:00 to 23:00).
20.10.2015 20:00 (Út) Kongresové centrum Praha, Kongresový sál, Praha 4-Nusle TICKETS
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