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French Pianist Richard Clayderman to Perform in Moscow
14.03.2014 12:34
French Pianist Richard Clayderman to Perform in Moscow

Renowned French pianist and arranger Richard Clayderman will give a single concert accompanied by the Bolshoi Theatre string orchestra in Moscow on March 31.

      Richard Clayderman, who is listed in the Guinness Book of Records, will perform his new program Romantique at the Moscow International House of Music.

      He was born in Paris in 1953. Clayderman gained popularity with his Ballade pour Adeline in 1976. The single was sold with a run of 38 million copies in over 30 countries worldwide.

      Richard Clayderman recorded more than 1,200 music pieces, and released over 100 CDs with the total circulation of 90 million copies. Throughout his long musical career, he has managed to win over 350 gold and platinum awards.

      The French pianist’s concert in Moscow will be followed with his gig in St. Petersburg on April 2.

Author: Vera Ivanova

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