Jim Brickman to play with Grand Rapids Symphony on April 12

The Grand Rapids Symphony will host pianist Jim Brickman for a single performance at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 12, in DeVos Performance Hall. With six Gold and Platinum albums to his credit, Brickman will perform with the symphony to present an evening of popular romantic piano and orchestral music.
Anonymous
Apr 6, 2011

 

Associate Conductor John Varineau will lead the symphony in the performance featuring Brickman, who is the best-selling contemporary solo pianist in America. The program will include “Crossroads,” “If You Believe,” “Hero’s Dream,” “Valentine” and “The Gift.”

In addition to his two Grammy nominations and best-selling albums, Brickman has 28 charted radio hits, recently tying for most No. 1 CDs on Billboard’s New Age chart. He regularly collaborates with chart-topping performers in a wide range of musical genres, from Martina McBride and Lady Antebellum to Carly Simon and Herb Alpert. His 2010 album, “Home,” featured an eclectic mix of performers — including “American Idol” Matt Giraud, Australian pop star Delta Goodrem and award-winning country singer Ty Herndon.

Tickets start at $32 and are available at the symphony office, 300 Ottawa N.W., Suite 100; or by calling 616-454-9451, ext. 4.

Online:
www.grsymphony.org

 

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