Larksfield Place & Orpheum Theatre present
Buy Tickets Tuesday, December 18th - 7:30 PM
Reserved Seating: $64.50 VIP Orchestra, $49.50 Orchestra; $44.50 Lower Balcony (formerly the mezzanine), $34.50 Balcony
Tickets on sale through Select-A-Seat by calling (316) 755-7328, online by going to www.selectaseat.com, or at any Dillons Superstores, and Plant Employee Clubs.
Jim Brickman has revolutionized the sound of solo piano with his pop-style instrumentals and star-studded vocal collaborations.
With over 7 million records sold, Jim Brickman’s romantic piano sound has made him the best-selling solo piano artist of our time. Brickman’s best-known compositions include the chart-toppers “Valentine,” “The Gift,” “Love of My Life,” “Simple Things” and “Peace.” He’s established a reputation for his collaborations with many gifted musical artists: Lady Antebellum, Martina McBride, Kenny Loggins, Michael W. Smith, Carly Simon, Herb Alpert, Collin Raye, Michael Bolton, Donny Osmond, and Olivia Newton-John.
His signature style has brought him six Gold and Platinum albums, 30 charted adult radio hits, and two Grammy nominations. He recently tied for most Number One albums on Billboard’s New Age chart, and he currently holds four of its Top 10 spots. Brickman received top honors with two SESAC “Songwriter of the Year” awards, a Canadian Country Music Award and a Dove Award presented by the Gospel Music Association.
A native of Cleveland, Brickman began playing piano at the age of five and studied music at the prestigious Cleveland Institute of Music. He founded his own advertising music company in 1980, writing commercial jingles for such advertisers as McDonald’s, Pontiac and Kellogg’s.
Other artistic endeavors include a popular weekly radio show, Your Weekend with Jim Brickman; two best-selling books, Simple Things and Love Notes; debuts at Carnegie Hall and the White House; and international touring from Spain to Thailand. Brickman lends a hand to many charitable foundations for children, including Autism Speaks and UNICEF. A scholarship was recently established in his name at his alma mater, the Cleveland Institute of Music.
Presented by Larksfield Place