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Richard Clayderman – 40th Anniversary Tour


Sun Aug 27 2017, 8:00pm–9:30pm

Where: Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway, Sentosa, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages


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Following a very successful concert in 2016, Richard Clayderman is returning to Singapore to celebrate his 40th Anniversary with his Singapore fans!

Get ready to once again relive your fondest memories of Richard Clayderman - The Prince of Romance, through his interpretations of classics, pop standards and his own trademark originals such as "La Vie En Rose", "Do You Know Where You're Going To", "Memory", "The Way We Were" and "Ballade Pour Adeline", first released 40 years ago in 1977!

Widely known as The Prince of Romance, Richard Clayderman has created a "New Romantic" style through his interpretations of classics, pop standards and his own trademark originals. In 1979, he gave his first Austrian concert, in Vienna. In less than a year and a half he had become popular as far afield as South East Asia, by performing in Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Korea and Taiwan. Up till today, Richard Clayderman has over 1,300 melodies, given more than 1,200 concerts all over the world and clocked up massive worldwide record sales of numerous albums and through his international success, holds an incredible 267 Gold and 70 Platinum discs throughout an extraordinarily successful career spanning 40 years.

Officially the world's most successful pianist according to the Guinness Book of World Records, Richard Clayderman opted for popular music when he first launched his professional career despite his classical background.

Richard Clayderman's success as a well-known pianist was due down to a good tune, sheer hard work and his willingness to try his hand at everything from light classics to Bollywood movie soundtracks and folk tunes. He practises for three or four hours every day and tours extensively giving live concerts all around the world. A one-night-only live concert by the world's most successful pianist is a real 'Spectacular' that should not be missed!