Famous crossover pianist Peter Bence coming to Belgrade on 30th Oct

The young Hungarian pianist and the new world classical / pop music crossover star, Peter Bence will perform on 30th October at the Kombank Dvorana in Belgrade.

Peter Bence was 7 years old when he was admitted to the renowned Franz Liszt Academy, where he wrote his first composition under, inspired by Mozart and Chopin. Only four years later, he published his first solo album with his compositions.

Inspired by the famous film music composer, John Williams, Bence moved to Boston to study film music composition at the Berklee College of Music, the most prominent private university dedicated to contemporary music.

At the same time, he became known worldwide thanks to the videos published on the Internet with where he did the remakes of the popular songs like Michael Jackson’s “Bad”, Sia’s “Cheap Thrills”, Queen’s “Don’t Stop Me Now”, Justin Timberlake’s “Cry Me a River” and many other.

His latest video released in May this year, is his cover Toto’s song “Africa” which, in just two months, had over 2.5 million views..

Bence has received numerous awards, and is also listed as a record holder in the Guinness Book of Records from January 2012 to June 2017 in the “Most Piano Key Hits in One Minute” category.

(Dnevnik, 30.07.2018)



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