Albert Bergeron-Langlois started to play piano when he was 4 years old. He has been studying piano for seven years with Elaine Corriveau of the Timucua Arts Foundation.
After performing on various occasions for the Crescendo Society’s virtual fundraisers and OPO Sound Bites, Maestro Jacobsen invited Albert to perform for the Summer Serenade concert series a virtual trio with him and his mother Rimma Bergeron-Langlois.
For his professional debut, the young pianist will also perform two pieces from the Tchaikovsky’s Children Album.
Albert speaks French and Russian, enjoys swimming, drawing, building Legos, and aspires to become an engineer…who plays piano!