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Kit Armstrong: From child prodigy to piano-playing superstar

He started talking at nine months, reading the Wall Street Journal at three, playing piano at five and by ten he had composed 15 works including a symphony, had graduated from high school and was studying maths, physics and chemistry at university. Now, at the age of 27, he plays a hundred concerts a year in venues around the world. Kit Armstrong speaks to Eve Jackson about his European tour, staying out of the limelight and his famous mentor Alfred Brendel.

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