Concert - Event posted by elena
Address: Via Fabrizio de André angolo L.no Aldo Moro, 3 , FlorenceDate: Friday 07 December 2018
Between classical and pop, in Florence the new
global crossover phenomenon
Friday 7 December 2018 - 21 hours
Obihall - via Fabrizio De André corner Lungarno Aldo Moro - Florence
Tickets for numbered seats: 40/36/28 euros
Presales Box Office Toscana www.boxofficetoscana.it - Ticketone www.ticketone.it ( tel.892 101)
Info tel. 055.667566 - 055.6504112 - www.bitconcerti.it - www.obihall.it
His strength? Break down the barriers between classical and pop: a modern style that brings the piano to a new level, inspiring young generations of musicians and music lovers from all over the world.
Former enfant prodige, academic training, Peter Bence arrives, with his piano, on Friday 7 December at the Obihall in Florence, the last stage of the new Italian tour, scheduled for last spring and then postponed: in this regard we remember that tickets remain valid which show the date of May 23rd.
Tickets (numbered seats from € 28 to € 40) are pre-paid at the Box Office Toscana points ( www.boxofficetoscana.it/punti-vendita phone 055.210804) and online at www.ticketone.it (tel .: 892.101). Info tel. 055.667566 - 055.6504112 - www.bitconcerti.it .
A unique opportunity to see the talent of the Hungarian artist up close, on stage with an extraordinary show featuring crossover arrangements and original unpublished compositions.
Born in 1991, Peter Bence starts playing piano at the age of two, seven is admitted to the prestigious Franz Liszt Academy and signs his first composition, influenced by Mozart and Chopin, while only four years later he publishes the first solo piano, " Green Music ". In 2004 he won the third prize at the Gyorgy Ferenczy International Piano Contest and in 2008 released the second album, "Nightfall".
Inspired by the great John Williams, he moved to Boston to study film composition at the Berklee College of Music, the most important university institute dedicated to contemporary music. In 2015 he began to make himself known all over the world through videos on the net in which he arranges famous hits: first with "Bad" by Michael Jackson, which became viral in a few days, then with "Cheap Thrills" by Sia, "Do not stop me now "by Queen," Cry me a river "by Justin Timberlake and many others, collecting over 500 million views on its official Facebook and YouTube channels.
Peter Bence has collected several awards and records. In the last year he has performed in 20 countries on 4 continents and participated in the BBC's Proms at Hyde Park in London, where he performed in front of 50,000 spectators. In Italy he made his debut in December 2017 conquering the public in Milan at the Teatro Dal Verme and in Trieste at the Politeama Rossetti.
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