Peter Bence with a Concert in Bulgaria
With concerts all over the world, Peter Bence is undoubtedly the new world piano phenomenon! His crossover journeys, from classics to pop music, guarantee him over 250 million online and sold concerts all over the world.
The Bulgarian audience will be able to see Peter Bence in action on October 29 in the Bulgaria Hall. He is in Bulgaria at the invitation of Loud Concerts. Tickets for the show will be available on Wednesday, July 18, at the Eventim network (www.eventim.bg) and their partners across the country - the Office 1 Superstore, OMV, Bulgarian Posts, Technopolis. The price of the tickets in Bulgaria Hall start at 40 leva. Any fan can also use the Eventim Print at Home option to print the purchased electronic ticket at home.
Peter Bence started playing the piano at the age of 2, he was 7 when he wrote his first composition and 11 for his first album, influenced by Mozart and Chopin. After classical education at the Ferenc Liszt Academy in Budapest, Hungary, the musician moved to the United States where he graduated from piano and composing film music at the prestigious Berkeley Music College in Boston.
From a young age he is also engaging in rock and pop music, and especially inspiration for him is Michael Jackson's work. He also likes great cinema music. Fortunately, while studying at Berkeley Music College in Boston, he meets John Williams, one of his idols in the world of music and the author of the Star Wars soundtrack! This encourages him to make improvisations of famous pieces, and in 2015 he releases his first video online, making him a real sensation.
Today Peter Bence is undoubtedly the fastest pianist in the world (according to the Guinness Book of Records)! The technique and the speed of performance are really stunning, and the Bulgarian audience will be able to see all that on October 29 in the Bulgaria Hall! The beginning of the concert is 8pm!
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