A high-stakes piano performance in the Himalayas

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A high-stakes piano performance in the Himalayas

As far as new records go - this one is quite the challenge.

A London based pianist and her team have recently become the first to take a grand piano from the capital and place it five thousand metres up in the Himalayas - for a high altitude performance.

Evelina De Lain's one and a half hour recital makes it the world's highest ever classical concert.

Evelina came into London Live for her first TV interview since carrying out the mission.

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