New York Philharmonic
DRESDEN, GERMANY - MAY 14: Musicians of the New York Philharmonic perform 'Power' by Finnish composer Marcus Lindberg by using car parts as musical instruments at the Volkswagen Phaeton factory on May 14, 2013 in Dresden, Germany. The event took place as part of the current Dresden Music Festival (Dresdner Musikfestspiele) and the musicians also played classical pieces on regular instruments later in the evening.
I was old when I was born ... I told my parents when I was 5, 'I am going to be a concert pianist. They thought I was crazy. I played in public when I was 4, then made my debut with the Houston Symphony when I was 12, and my debut with the New York Philharmonic, I had just turned 20. I had so much ambition, but first of all I loved the music.More quotes »
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