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Pianist Lang Lang plays on the Jungfrau, the highest train station in Europe

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Pianist Lang Lang plays on the Jungfrau, the highest train station in Europe

Chinese pianist Lang Lang performed yesterday in a solo piano performance at Jungfraujoch railway station in central Switzerland, the highest station in Europe. An event to promote cultural exchanges between China and Europe through music. Surrounded by mountains and snow on the Jungfrau, Lang Lang’s interpretation of Love dream, Jasmine flower e Goldberg Variations received warm applause from the audience. It was the pianist’s first time playing the piano on a snow-capped mountain and Lang Lang said that having the chance to perform in a “fairytale” setting is a very special experience despite the low temperatures, quite challenging conditions for pianists.

The song Jasmine Flower was chosen specifically for this performance, the musician said, in hopes of arousing public interest in learning more about Chinese culture through the beauty of oriental music. A well-known vantage point and winter sports resort, the Jungfrau is one of the main peaks in the Bernese Alps and sits at an elevation of 4,158 meters above sea level. In 2001, Unesco awarded the Swiss Alps Jungfrau-Aletsch the title of World Heritage Site.

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