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Photo by Marco Borggreve/courtesy of Virgin Classics

Paris native Alexandre Tharaud’s career abounds with accomplishment and intrigue: in addition to concerts with most major orchestras and venues across North America and Europe, he’s collaborated with horse trainer and impresario Bartabas, appeared in and performed the soundtrack for Michael Haneke’s Academy Award-winning Amour, and recorded 37 albums. In 2015, he took on one of the pinnacles of keyboard literature, "Bach’s Goldberg Variations," which he performs for us, in one set, on each of two nights in April for his Texas debut.

Paris native Alexandre Tharaud’s career abounds with accomplishment and intrigue: in addition to concerts with most major orchestras and venues across North America and Europe, he’s collaborated with horse trainer and impresario Bartabas, appeared in and performed the soundtrack for Michael Haneke’s Academy Award-winning Amour, and recorded 37 albums. In 2015, he took on one of the pinnacles of keyboard literature, "Bach’s Goldberg Variations," which he performs for us, in one set, on each of two nights in April for his Texas debut.

Paris native Alexandre Tharaud’s career abounds with accomplishment and intrigue: in addition to concerts with most major orchestras and venues across North America and Europe, he’s collaborated with horse trainer and impresario Bartabas, appeared in and performed the soundtrack for Michael Haneke’s Academy Award-winning Amour, and recorded 37 albums. In 2015, he took on one of the pinnacles of keyboard literature, "Bach’s Goldberg Variations," which he performs for us, in one set, on each of two nights in April for his Texas debut.

WHEN

WHERE

Kimbell Art Museum
3333 Camp Bowie Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
https://www.cliburn.org/?performance=alexandre-tharaud-piano

TICKET INFO

$25–$85
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