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May 9, 2021
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World’s fastest play in Bucharest

Havasi, the world’s fastest pianist, will perform for the first time in Bucharest this autumn, in a grand show – the Symphonic Red Concert Show, on November 15, at the Palace Hall. Over 50 instrumentalists, an impressive choir accompanied by Japanese drummers, exotic instruments, 15 exceptional musicians from across the world and the virtuosity of the world’s fastest pianist, these are the ingredients of the Symphonic Red Concert Show project, a fascinating performance conceived by the artist himself. Widely recognized as one of the most talented composers and pianists of the young generation, the winner of seven platinum records, Havasi has always tried to innovate on the classical formula of a piano concert, approaching a wide range of musical genres. Not only have his moving works never failed to amaze spectators, but, due to his innate skills, he was acknowledged in November 2009 as the world’s fastest pianist, thus setting a new world record. Tickets are available, as of today, July 28, in the Diverta network, Muzica shop, Mihai Eminescu bookshop, the Palace Hall and, online, on www.myticket.ro, at prices ranging between RON 100 and 300.

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