Benjamin Zander has two infectious passions: classical music, and helping us all realize our untapped love for it — and by extension, our untapped love for all new possibilities, new experiences, new connections.

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Ernest Choi

June 21, 2020

meanwhile i'm thinking "his breathing is kinda heavy"

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Me

June 21, 2020

"A beautiful piece by Chopin"

Brave man to risk his fingers like that on stage

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Sangho Lee

June 21, 2020

this needs to be translated into other languages..
so more people can listen to him. Until now I really though i was tone deaf…..

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Steven Liu

June 21, 2020

Does anyone know what he’s playing at 2:12?

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Xio Mi Jang

June 21, 2020

You are amazing

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Jandre Blignaut

June 21, 2020

What a fucking guy this man is!

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Keep Striving

June 21, 2020

What is that piece at 8:50 someone please tell me.

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Shoyarite

June 21, 2020

Man, this guy is brilliant.

Much like the Chopin piece, his presentation took me on a voyage of emotions.

Genuine laughter, humor and wit, to solemn self-reflection, to experiencing a well–executed spinning back-kick landing dead off in the feels.

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Chris Evans

June 21, 2020

12:32 – Broh, you just made me cry. Damn you're amazing.

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Vas

June 21, 2020

He reminds me of Jordan Peterson

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margasa

June 21, 2020

The best arguement in favour of classical music in this video is the human being touched by its magic and becoming a giant!

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Claudio Freitas

June 21, 2020

I have Always loved Chopin…To me the ultimate artist of all time.

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Simple tutorials 101

June 21, 2020

The hair looks like Andrew Jackson

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Aditya Shah

June 21, 2020

Thank you sir.

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Nada Hamed

June 21, 2020

8:55 what is the name of that piece please ?

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Jan Ross Maranan

June 21, 2020

I'm one of those 3%.

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anne van den bosch

June 21, 2020

What an energy this man has, unbelievable. Awesome

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Eden A. Odom

June 21, 2020

❤️🙌🏾 Does he mention the name of this piece?

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Saya Myrzagali

June 21, 2020

Екінші болма кітабында берілген код арқылы көрдім))

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Kyle Gippel

June 21, 2020

does anyone know what that song is that he plays at 8:51 with the B and C

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Spro Ritual

June 21, 2020

No one:

This guy: HEAVY BREATHING NOISES

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Ismene Edecaste

June 21, 2020

He's teaching them how to feel….

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Sarah O'Shea

June 21, 2020

He's basically explaining how music told stories.

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Mason Twomey

June 21, 2020

we are so lucky as a human race that this man decided to teach music instead of start a cult or rule the world. One of the most engaging speakers I've ever seen.

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Hoa Pham

June 21, 2020

I can't be the only one who watches till the end of this video and claps with the audience

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csopa08

June 21, 2020

This is life changing for me. What a miraculous gift to the world Benjamin Zander is. I shall strive to not say anything that couldn’t stand to be the last thing I ever say.

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Natalie H

June 21, 2020

Holy crap, imagine seeing that live.

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herrhalter

June 21, 2020

Maestro Benjamin Zander might not be aware of this, but there's a track by famous French hip-hop crew "Suprême NTM" that illustrates how "classical music {undubitably} is for everyone" honouring this very Chopin prelude in Em, which is called {I make music for my people, cause} "That's my people":
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKFqbyDR6M4
I hope some of you who are not familiar with French hip-hop will enjoy this; you don't need to speak French to enjoy it, but the lyrics are very compelling (social conscience stuff), so if you want to know what they're rapping about, there's no shortage of free online tools that will translate the lyrics in your favourite language. Sorry for the long comment.

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Charlemagne

June 21, 2020

I doubt anyone wil read this but whatever.
I first watched this video, knowing nothing then after few months ( intense months of music learning ) I watched it again and learnt so many new things. And again after some more time, I have watched it again. And yet again after every watch, a different perspective dawned on me. This guy is amazing.

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Shubham Gupta

June 21, 2020

Can anyone tell me the name of track he's playing?

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Ana Martinez

June 21, 2020

I love his tone production

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Roy Howard

June 21, 2020

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_74j-k5LP38 The Beauty Of BARITONE UKULELE

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Mohammad Amin Rajabi

June 21, 2020

That is amazing man totally brilliant. watched this in 2020. thanks from youtube for suggesting it to me.

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javier arocha

June 21, 2020

The 7yo child is me as a 21yo

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Kanishak Sharma

June 21, 2020

That standing ovation, yeah he deserved it.

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Mr ArPy

June 21, 2020

1:46 Wow a 7 year old child can play Mozart Sonata No. 15 in less than a year of playing piano? Impressive!!

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Mr ArPy

June 21, 2020

1:46 Wow a 7 year old child can play Mozart Sonata No. 15 in less than a year of playing piano? Impressive

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Patricia Martinez

June 21, 2020

Wow this man is incredible.

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ZM01

June 21, 2020

my eyes are always red and shiny bro my mom must be proud

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Onii - Chan

June 21, 2020

i wish he was my grand-father

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SupaDopeMex

June 21, 2020

This is such a brilliant presentation. I’m pretty sure this is the first TED talk I ever watched many years ago. I fell in love with classical music when I was 15 in my county honor band. I was first chair sitting in the middle of the band during rehearsal, and at the climax of a choral piece by Eric Whitacre transcribed for band I felt something powerful. That was one of the most important moments of my life and I’ll never forget it.

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M x Lrt

June 21, 2020

Little did they know.. TwoSet fans would be another group.

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OST Sound Lab

June 21, 2020

Classical music is so relaxing!

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