Peter Bence is a worldwide piano sensation, composer, and music producer who has taken the Internet by storm with his unique piano arrangements, collecting over 1.2 billion video hits and a fanbase of millions over the course of a mere 5 years. He was also awarded a Guinness World Record for being the “Fastest Piano Player” and has been often referred to as a musician who not only revolutionizes the way piano is played, but continues to influence new generations of pianist and musicians to come.


Bence has achieved sensational success with his edgy, percussive and expressive playing style that has broken down boundaries between classical and popular music. He takes the piano to a whole new level, turning the instrument into a full orchestra, which inspires both younger and older generations of musicians and music lovers from everywhere around the world. His live performances are attracting thousands around the world. In the recent years, he has toured in more than 45 countries on 4 continents.

Starting as early as age 2 he already played back melodies by ear from his favorite cartoons and films on his grandparents’ upright piano. Showing serious interest and talent, he soon began his musical education at 4 in the local music school of his hometown, Hajduboszormeny in Hungary.

He was considered a musical prodigy by teachers and peers, and was already accepted at Franz Liszt University of Music in Debrecen, despite he was still being enrolled at elementary school.

At 7 he wrote his first composition, which was heavily influenced by the music of Mozart and Chopin, and at 11 he published his first solo piano album of his early compositions.

In his teens, Peter started to show great interest in film music, especially the music of John Williams, which has opened up a new world for him and made him further explore himself musically.

After his training in classical piano and composition in Hungary, he continued his studies as a scholar at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA as a film scoring and piano major, where he would absorb a wide spectrum of musical genres, many of which contributing to his style today. His biggest musical influences include John Williams, Michael Jackson, Queen, J.S. Bach, W.A. Mozart and many others…

In January 2012 he attained the Guinness World Record for the “most piano key hits in one minute” with 765 key hits, which record hasn’t been broken ever since.

Peter began uploading videos to YouTube while at Berklee and in 2015 with his arrangement of Michael Jackson’s ‘Bad’ he quickly rose to fame, collecting a whopping 10 million hits over just a few days, becoming a massive viral sensation. Now he has over 1200+ million accumulative video views on YouTube and Facebook combined. In the past four years he has performed sold out shows in over 40 countries, including the Sydney Opera House, Lotte Concert Hall in Seoul, Stadthalle in Vienna or Victoria Hall in Geneva. He opened BBC’s Proms In The Park 2017, in Hyde Park, London for 50,000 people. In 2020 his album “The Awesome Piano” – debuted on the Steinway & Sons label – immediately charted #1 on iTunes in multiple countries and #11 on Billboard (worldwide).