FOLLOW BOREME
TAGS
<< Back to listing
Virtuoso pianist warms St. Pancras while waiting for a train

Virtuoso pianist warms St. Pancras while waiting for a train

(10:49) Ukranian-American virtuoso classical pianist Valentina Lisitsa takes charge of a public piano, warming a chilly St Pancras railway station with the music of Liszt, Chopin, Beethoven and Rachmaninov. March 12, 2013.

Share this post

You can comment as a guest, but registering gives you added benefits

Add your comment
Submit as guest (your name)

Copy code captcha


Submit as member (username / password)

CANCEL
Tsuki Tsuki (328 days ago)

Rubbish. For proper piano check out Keyboard Cat. You won't be disappointed.

ReplyVote up (101)down (91)
Original comment

Rubbish. For proper piano check out Keyboard Cat. You won't be disappointed.

Add your reply
Submit as guest (your name)

Copy code captcha


Submit as member (username / password)

CANCEL
iknowlessthanyoudo iknowlessthanyoudo (329 days ago)

Sound like a savant trapped in a saloon with a shitty piano.

ReplyVote up (101)down (96)
Original comment

Sound like a savant trapped in a saloon with a shitty piano.

Add your reply
Submit as guest (your name)

Copy code captcha


Submit as member (username / password)

CANCEL
Guest: dickweed (328 days ago)

Those fingers !

I know where I want them and it's no where near any piano !

ReplyVote up (101)down (97)
Original comment

Those fingers !

I know where I want them and it's no where near any piano !

Add your reply
Submit as guest (your name)

Copy code captcha


Submit as member (username / password)

CANCEL
Guest: (328 days ago)
Latest comment:

You'd prefer them on your organ?

ReplyVote up (91)down (101)
Original comment
Latest comment:

You'd prefer them on your organ?

Add your reply
Submit as guest (your name)

Copy code captcha


Submit as member (username / password)

CANCEL
Guest: (329 days ago)

Awesome skills, but let's not dress it up as something it's not: Valentina is a well-known concert pianist who has played the Royal Albert and Carnegie Hall. She isn't a humble busker waiting for a train. That's why there's a professional film camera hanging around.

ReplyVote up (101)down (97)
Original comment

Awesome skills, but let's not dress it up as something it's not: Valentina is a well-known concert pianist who has played the Royal Albert and Carnegie Hall. She isn't a humble busker waiting for a train. That's why there's a professional film camera hanging around.

Add your reply
Submit as guest (your name)

Copy code captcha


Submit as member (username / password)

CANCEL
Guest: (329 days ago)

Also why there is a piano. Last time I wandered by st pancras pianos were in short supply

ReplyVote up (101)down (98)
Original comment

Also why there is a piano. Last time I wandered by st pancras pianos were in short supply

Add your reply
Submit as guest (your name)

Copy code captcha


Submit as member (username / password)

CANCEL
Guest: (329 days ago)

Must have been a good while ago then, that piano's been there for at least 4 years.

ReplyVote up (101)down (96)
Original comment

Must have been a good while ago then, that piano's been there for at least 4 years.

Add your reply
Submit as guest (your name)

Copy code captcha


Submit as member (username / password)

CANCEL
Guest: Andrew52 (329 days ago)

Two actually but they need tuning

ReplyVote up (101)down (88)
Original comment

Two actually but they need tuning

Add your reply
Submit as guest (your name)

Copy code captcha


Submit as member (username / password)

CANCEL
Bemum Bemum (329 days ago)

Poor woman; has to practice on public pianos...and go to England to find one. One-woman flash mob. I'd be that good, too, if there were violins laying around train stations. I wonder if she got any tips. Speaking of which, right before she sat down, she said, "Here's a tip: if you want to sound really good, do this." (Is that 140?)

ReplyVote up (80)down (101)
Original comment

Poor woman; has to practice on public pianos...and go to England to find one. One-woman flash mob. I'd be that good, too, if there were violins laying around train stations. I wonder if she got any tips. Speaking of which, right before she sat down, she said, "Here's a tip: if you want to sound really good, do this." (Is that 140?)

Add your reply
Submit as guest (your name)

Copy code captcha


Submit as member (username / password)

CANCEL
RELATED POSTS
Ricky Gervais - The Unbelievers interview
Ricky Gervais - The Unbelievers interview
WILTY - Did Lee Mack really take a crash course in taxidermy?
WILTY - Did Lee Mack really take a crash course in taxidermy?
DentureDonald fights to keep his dentures under control
DentureDonald fights to keep his dentures under control
Curb your Wendy
Curb your Wendy
John Oliver grills Dustin Hoffman about sexual harassment allegations
John Oliver grills Dustin Hoffman about sexual harassment allegations