Lang Lang Net Worth $20 Million
Born into a family of musicians, and is basically from a family with some background in music. The family of musicians began learning music in the age of 3 and started performing at public concerts in the age of 5. At present he is performing with some of the leading orchestra groups in Europe and America. He along with Andrea Bocelli performed in a concert in Italy. The concert became so popular along with the recording is among the bestselling DVD’s of its type. In the year 2007 Lang performed for the Nobel Prize concert that was held in Stockholm. Lang was likewise part of the group that performed during the inaugural of Munich’s Olympic stadium and the closing ceremony of the Euro cup 2008. Lang became world famous during the 2008 summer Olympics at Beijing and was recognized as the youth symbol of China.
Lang Lang is a Chinese concert pianist who has a net worth of $20 million. A very successful concert pianist, Lang Lang, has performed concerts for many dignitaries like, Queen Elizabeth, President Obama, and Vladimir Putin. He’s also performed at Carnegie Hall, Royal Albert Hall, along with other major classical music sites around the world. He’s the pianist for the soundtrack for “The Painted Veil”, which won a Golden Globe. Lang Lang was born in Shenyang, Liaoning, China in June 1982. He was inspired to play piano after viewing an episode of Tom and Jerry. Lang started piano lessons at three years old and at five he won first place in the Shenyang Piano Competition.
Lang Lang was expelled from his tutor’s school for not having enough ability. He studied at the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing. He has won the Xing Hai Cup Piano Competition, the global Contest for Young Pianists, and also the International Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians. At 14 Lang was a featured soloist for the China National Symphony’s inaugural concert. He then studied in the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. He is the very first Chinese pianist to play for the Berlin Philharmonic and Vienna Philharmonic. Lang joined Google and YouTube in 2008 for the project YouTube Symphony Orchestra. He performed throughout the opening ceremony in Beijing for the 2008 Summer Olympics where up to a billion people saw him play. Lang collaborated with Metallica for the 56th Annual Grammy Awards in 2014. His autobiography was released in 2008. He made Time magazine’s 2009 list of the 100 Most Powerful People in the World. Lang became the Ethnic Ambassador to China for the Recording Academy in 2008.