Jean-Yves Thibaudet will shift into two socially-distanced performances on April 11, 2021 at 12pm and 7:30pm. A livestream of the 7:30pm performance will also be available to purchase.
Book I (12 preludes)
Book II (12 preludes)
Please note: to meet social distance guidelines, seats have been arranged in blocks of 2 and 4. You must purchase the entire block. Also, multiple cameras will be present filming the live stream and there will be some obstruction of sight lines depending on final camera placement.
$20 Individual Stream Ticket | $30 Household Stream Ticket
When buying your livestream ticket, please consider purchasing a household ticket if more than one person in your household will be viewing the program. The Charleston Gaillard Center is a 501c3 nonprofit organization. Your ticket purchase helps create unforgettable experiences in the Lowcountry community, including our local schools. Thank you.
Ticket holders who purchased the live stream by April 8 will receive a link and password for the live stream 48 hours in advance. (Note – If you purchased after April 8, you will receive the link in your email confirmation.)
For more than three decades, Jean-Yves Thibaudet has performed world-wide, recorded more than 50 albums, and built a reputation as one of today’s finest pianists. From the very start of his career, he delighted in music beyond the standard repertorie, from jazz to opera, which he transcribed himself to play on the piano. His profound professional friendships crisscross the globe and have led to spontaneous and fruitful collaborations in film, fashion, and visual art.
Thibaudet’s recording catalogue has received two Grammy nominations, the Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik, the Diapason d’Or, the Choc du Monde de la Musique, the Edison Prize, and Gramophone awards.
Please note that for this performance online purchases have a limit of eight (8) tickets per customer. To purchase additional tickets or to inquire about group sales, please contact the ticket office directly at (843) 242-3099.
This program was funded in part through generous donations from two donors.