What is Lang Lang’s Net Worth?



Introduction

Lang Lang is a Chinese concert pianist.

Lang has performed with many of the most prestigious orchestras around the globe. Lang has been actively involved since the 1990s. He was the first Chinese pianist engaged by the Berlin Philharmonic and the Vienna Philharmonic as well as some of the top American orchestras.

Chicago Tribune music critic, John McMahon, called him “the largest and most exciting young keyboard talent in the world.” He is also considered one of the most talented classical musicians today.

Lang Lang’s net worth was estimated at $30 million as of July 2022.

Early Life

Lang Lang was born in Shenyang, Liaoning on June 14, 1982.

His father is from the Manchu Niohuru family, where there have been many Qing Dynasty empresses. He began to take an interest in playing the piano at age 2.

At age 3, he began piano lessons with Professor Zhu Ya-Fen. He was 5 years old when he won the Shenyang Piano Competition first prize and gave his first public recital. When he was nine years old, he had intended to audition at Beijing’s Central Conservatory of Music.

Career

Lang was the pianist on the soundtrack to ‘The Painted Veil’, which won a Golden Globe. Lang became inspired to play the piano after watching an episode of Tom and Jerry. Lang was kicked out of his tutor’s school because he didn’t have enough talent.

He was a student at Beijing’s Central Conservatory of Music. Lang was awarded the Xing Hai Cup piano competition, the International Competition for Young Pianists and the International Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians. Lang, then 14, was the featured soloist at the inaugural concert of the China National Symphony.

Lang was the first Chinese pianist who played for the Berlin Philharmonic or Vienna Philharmonic. For the YouTube Symphony Orchestra project, he joined Google and YouTube in 2008.

He has performed for dignitaries like President Barack Obama, Secretary General of the United States KofiAnn, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles, as well as Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.

Lang performed at the 2008 Summer Olympics opening ceremony in Beijing. He performed with Metallica during the opening ceremony in Beijing for the 2008 Summer Olympics.

He was named one of Time magazine’s 100 Most Influential Persons in 2009 In 2008, he was appointed Cultural Ambassador to China by the Recording Academy.

How Does Lang Lang Spend His Money

He gives some of his income to charity.

Lang has donated his time to charities like Save the Elephants and UNICEF, as well as WildAid.

Highlights

Here are some of the best highlights of Lang Lang’s career:

  • Cultural Ambassador to China (2008)
  • Time magazine’s list of the 100 most influential people in the world (2009)

Favorite Quotes From Lang Lang 

It was like playing to the Universe. This was the largest event held in China. The entire world was there to witness it. It was an incredible night, especially since the main idea behind the show was to be a new generation starting.

It was both fortunate and unfortunate. You must train hard to become a piano player. This is something you cannot avoid. Fortunately, someone pushed me to the limit, sometimes even when I wasn’t feeling like practicing.

China has a strong interest in classical music and music in general. Many children enjoy playing the piano. Children love to play the piano and can enjoy both classical music and popular music. Everyone in China knows the famous classical pieces like Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata and Fur Elise.