Lubomyr Melnyk Pianist/Composer

Ukrainian composer and pianist, born in Munich. While living in Paris, he pioneered a new technique of piano playing, based on extremely rapid and complex note-series. Because of his technique, he is the fastest pianist in the world, sustaining speeds of over 19.5 notes per second in each hand, he also holds the record for most number of notes played in one hour with 93,650 individual notes. This was documented in Sweden, in 1989.

Ukrainian composer and pianist, born in Munich. While living in Paris, he pioneered a new technique of piano playing, based on extremely rapid and complex note-series. Because of his technique, he is the fastest pianist in the world, sustaining speeds of over 19.5 notes per second in each hand, he also holds the record for most number of notes played in one hour with 93,650 individual notes. This was documented in Sweden, in 1989.

Lubomyr Melnyk

Ukrainian composer and pianist, born in Munich. While living in Paris, he pioneered a new technique of piano playing, based on extremely rapid and complex note-series. Because of his technique, he is the fastest pianist in the world, sustaining speeds of over 19.5 notes per second in each hand, he also holds the record for most number of notes played in one hour with 93,650 individual notes. This was documented in Sweden, in 1989.

Lubomyr Melnyk

Ukrainian composer and pianist, born in Munich. While living in Paris, he pioneered a new technique of piano playing, based on extremely rapid and complex note-series. Because of his technique, he is the fastest pianist in the world, sustaining speeds of over 19.5 notes per second in each hand, he also holds the record for most number of notes played in one hour with 93,650 individual notes. This was documented in Sweden, in 1989.