Acclaimed classical pianist Patrik Jablonski ventures with a K-Pop Project where he brings together an assorted list of K-pop songs which he arranged and interpreted for the classical piano.
Patrik Jablonski is a highly regarded and well-renowned concert pianist in Sweden who’s toured around the world. Inspired by his travels in Asia, the idea to arrange some of the popular K-pop tracks for the solid piano came up. To bring the melodies to life rather than production, he created a series of EP’s where he covers k-pop songs on the grand piano. The first EP in the series containing uniquely composed versions of songs by BlackPink, BTS, Girls’ Generation, and Seventeen, has been released.
For this series of 20 singles divided into 5 unique EPs, he has arranged and recorded brilliant K-pop hits in a classical mood. You can check them out below
Patrik Jablonski played for audiences for the first time at the age of 6. Ever since, music has been his life and at the age of 10 he did his first international performance. Turning 17 he moved to London to study at the Royal College of Music.
Over the years he has performed around the globe with some of the worlds leading symphony orchestras such as NHK Tokyo, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra and National de France to mention a few.
Adding to this he also appear within more mainstream pop such as the feature to Chinas Na Ying for her New Years concert with 450 million TV-viewers
Find links to Spotify, Apple Music, and YouTube here: https://orcd.co/kpoppiano1