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Li Yundi opens a domestic tour in the future in Ningbo 2014-05-13


On May 12th, electric pianist Li Yundi announced in Beijing on the 12th that he will hold the "Wang Fantasy" 2014 China tour in dozens of cities in China from May 16th to the end of December. The tour's main track is the Schumann Fantasia in the new album The King Fantasy. This is Li Yundi's second large-scale domestic tour after a piano solo concert tour in more than 30 cities in China from mid-August to early November last year. The tour cities include Dongguan, Huizhou, Weihai, Weifang, Kunshan, Ningbo, Zhoushan, Wuxi, Hefei, Qingdao, Beijing, Hohhot, Nanjing, Zhengzhou, Chongqing, Wuhan and Shenzhen. Li Yundi said that during the domestic tour last year, he deeply realized the attention and support of Chinese music lovers to classical music, which is also the driving force to encourage him to continue to "go the grassroots" this year. "Compared with Europe, classical music is still not popular in China, but now we have a good foundation, material conditions are constantly enriched, and everyone is beginning to pursue more cultural and spiritual aspects. I hope that through my own efforts, I will be wonderful. Music and understanding of music are communicated to more friends. Music has nothing to do with any interest, it is a basic quality, and it is the best way for us to understand the world, think about life, and express emotions," he said. In the past two months, Li Yundi has performed 21 performances in 16 European countries including the United Kingdom, Russia, Poland, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, France, Austria and the Netherlands. Li Yundi said that this domestic tour is actually a continuation of China's piano dream last year. It will bring more of this year's latest classical album "The King's Fantasy" into more cities that have not been visited last year, so as to truly enter the public and cross the field to promote and Inheriting classical music, practicing the ideals and beliefs of promoting classical music, and guiding more people into the halls of classical music. Li Yundi's new album "The King's Fantasy" was released in mainland China on April 9th, including Beethoven's E major "The Fifth Piano Concerto "Emperor" and Schumann's "C Major Fantasia". Li Yundi collaborated with conductor Daniel Harding and twice worked with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra to perform these two classic piano works.