Lang Lang brings a program of Chinese music, plus Chopin and Tchaikovsky, to the Met Museum in New York. Stephanie Berger/for NPR hide caption

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Audio Only: Four Chinese Pieces From The Concert

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Pianist Lang Lang sits down with his own revered mentor Gary Graffman, to discuss what makes great teachers — and bad ones. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Talking Great Teachers And Students With Two Piano Masters

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Guitarist Kirk Hammett (left) and his band Metallica will join classical pianist lang Lang on stage at the Grammy wards telecast Sunday night. Getty Images/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Lang Lang's Journey to Beethoven

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Lang Lang, Live in Studio 4A

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Did Pianist Lang Lang Intend To Snub The U.S.?

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Lang Lang: A Life In Music, So Far

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