Chinese concert pianist Lang Lang announced his wedding to German-Korean pianist Gina Alice Redlinger on his official Weibo account on Sunday, attracting a flood of online congratulations. Lang Lang, 36, posted nine wedding photos on his account on Weibo, China’s equivalent of Twitter. “I found my Alice … She is Gina Alice,” he wrote in the captions. Chinese media reported that their wedding ceremony took place at a hotel in France and that a banquet was held at the Palace of Versailles yesterday. So just who is Lang Lang’s new wife? Born in 1994 in Wiesbaden, Germany, Gina Alice Redlinger is a fellow pianist and composer. The German-Korean beauty, who is 12 years younger than the groom, started to learn piano when she was just four years old. Three years later, she was put under the wing of German pianist Irina Edelstein. She began performing in public in Germany at the age of eight. Her other piano teachers have included László Simon from Hungary, German pianist Klaus Hellwig and American master Gary Graffman – who has also been Lang Lang’s teacher. Fluent in multiple languages, including English, German, Korean, French and Chinese, the graduate of the University of Music and Theatre in Hamburg, Germany, gave her first solo piano recital in 2009 at the age of 15. She has given concerts at the Berliner Philharmonie in Berlin and collaborated with various orchestras in China, including the Shenyang Symphony Orchestra and the Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra. She has also written three original pieces. Redlinger met Lang Lang in Berlin a few years ago and has since performed around the world with his International Music Foundation. He set up the foundation in 2008 to inspire the next generation to pursue music.