An interview with Mrs Lang LangNews
Gina Redlinger has yet to say much to western media.
She tells all to a Shanghai magazine:
Warmth and brightness are what German pianist Gina Alice Redlinger hopes to present to her audience at her first Shanghai recital on August 14 at the Shanghai Oriental Art Center.
Turning 28 next month, Redlinger is probably better known more as the wife of famed Chinese pianist Lang Lang.
But she is an accomplished pianist in her own right, having worked with domestic orchestras like the Guangzhou Symphony and the Shenzhen Symphony.
“People long for warmth, brightness, and look forward to love and hugs,” Redlinger said in a recent interview in Shanghai. “I hope music can bring me closer to people and make our hearts communicate.”
She added that “Music plays various characters. It can be romantic, fancy and gentle, but sometimes explosive too. It’s fun to play these characters with music.”
The Shanghai concert has set four chapters – Ice World, Candy Kingdom, Under the Stars and Magic Jungle. The programs range from classical to modern, both Western and Chinese….
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