If you blinked, you may have missed it: Jan Lisiecki has grown from a fluffy-haired preteen wonder into a lean, headstrong, eighteen-year-old soloist in a Giorgio Armani tux. The Polish-Canadian pianist spoke with L'uomo Vogue -- in total-looks Balenciaga, Doir, Valentino and Philipp Plein -- about heroes (Maurizio Pollini, Krystian Zimerman and Martha Argerich) and heretics (Pink Floyd and Enigma). Just don't call him a child prodigy:
I hate being called a child prodigy. Prodigies don't last long. I'm someone who works blindly, with the same commitments as an athlete. I simply think that I had the good fortune of finding my path immediately: to play, to perform and to travel are my greatest passions, and classical music is a huge part of my life.