Mestre Bergman surprises again. He flew to Ukrania to intoduce us to Lubomyr Melnyk. The Ukrainian pianist had to reach the age of 66 before the world sat up and took notice of his incredible technique and almost supernatural ability. We are talking the man who is considered to be the fastest pianist in the world and pioneer of “continuous music”, hour-long symphonies with between 12 and 14 notes per second. He has been active since the late seventies and with around twenty releases, Melnyk has become a revered figure in experimental music circles and one of the few contemporary musicians who is able to create a new language for the piano. he has been playing last week at Primavera Club.