Yundi Li has become the acclaimed and well-known Classical pianists of his generation, ranked behind only Lang Lang as the best-known pianist to have emerged from China. With time, however, he might well surpass his compatriot as the primary Chinese pianist from the 21st hundred years. Li increased to quick stardom along with his success on the 2000 International Chopin Competition in Warsaw. At 18 he was the youngest pianist ever to fully capture first award there, and he provides since earned over an ever-growing and committed pursuing in Asia, European countries, as well as the Americas, both from his many acclaimed concerts and high-profile, award-winning recordings. Li was from the functions of Chopin and Liszt, both composers who dominated his initial recordings and frequently made an appearance on his concert applications. But Li’s repertory is rather extensive now, consuming functions by Domenico Scarlatti, Mozart, Schumann, Prokofiev, and Ravel. His overall performance style is wide, nearly chameleonic, sounding plush and Passionate and fiery for Chopin and Liszt, but turning grittier and darker for functions just like the Prokofiev Second Concerto and lively and bouncy for the Ravel G main. Li has documented specifically for Deutsche Grammophon. Yundi Li (or, as the Chinese language order his titles, Li Yundi) was created on Oct 7, 1982. At age group four he was playing the accordion and by seven was acquiring piano lessons. His improvement was amazing: in 1995 he received the U.S.-centered Stravinsky Worldwide Youth Competition. Successes in additional competitions followed within the next few years, having a third-place end in the Liszt International and an initial prize in the Gina Bachauer International Piano Competition. After his Chopin Competition triumph in 2000, Li was all of a sudden popular. His first documenting, an all-Chopin disk on DG, premiered in 2002. In 2003 Li produced his Carnegie Hall debut to great acclaim, which same 12 months DG released his second recording, an all-Liszt Compact disc, which The NY Times named Greatest CD of the entire year. In 2006 Li relocated to Hong Kong, where he offers since resided. His 2007 DG Compact disc from the Prokofiev Piano Concerto No. 2 as well as the Ravel G main, with Seiji Ozawa as well as the Berlin Philharmonic, became a bestseller, producing the Classical Billboard graph. The recording was cited once again by THE BRAND NEW York Times, in this situation among the greatest traditional CDs of the entire year. Li’s other attempts include The Actual Great Composers: THE TRUE Purcell (2008) and Liszt: Crazy and Crazy (2011).