No.1 SVIATOSLAV RICHTER (1915-1997)
NO.2 RUDOLF SERKIN (1903-1991)
No.3 SHURA CHERKASSKY (1909-1995)
My personal favourite bald pianist (14 votes, 15%), having heard him perform "live" at the Victoria Concert Hall in 1994. His playing had an inimitable directness and swagger, only matched by his delicate mincing walk to the piano. On that evening presented by the National Arts Council (Thank you, Goh Ching Lee!), he played no less than 4 encores!
NO.5 SIR CLIFFORD CURZON (1907-1982)
NO.6 SOLOMON (1902-1988)
NO.8 DMITRI BASHKIROV
All (3 votes, except Toradze who had just 1 vote have performed in Singapore. Bela Siki, now in his 90s, is remembered for being the first person to perform Bartok's Third Piano Concerto with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra (1981). He then followed several years later by playing Dohnanyi's Variations on a Nursery Tune and Falla's Nights in the Gardens of Spain in the same concert!
Its not how much hair you have on your head, but how you play that matters.