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Strand-Capitol Performing Arts CenterNovember 30, 2014 3:00 PM
51 North George Street
York, PA 17401
With multiple Grammy nominations, six gold and platinum albums and almost 30 songs on adult radio, Jim Brickman is a force to be reckoned with on the piano. Hailing from Cleveland, Jim began playing at the age of 5 and never stopped. Now with hits like "Valentine," "The Gift," "Love of My Life" and "Simple Things," Jim is an international sensation and one of the most well known solo pianists. Since 1994's release of No Words, Jim has been churning out romantic albums and has garnered quite a following.
In an effort to breathe life into a style of music that is typically associated with days of yore and times when aristocrats ruled the majority of Europe, the American neo-classical group Mannheim Steamroller was formed in 1974 and has since helped introduce a new generation of fans to the wonders of symphonic music. Though the majority of the songs the group plays typically fall into the new age music category, the tracks are assembled in a way one would expect from a classical symphony. By incorporating elements of modern flair, like synthesizers and electronic drum kits, Mannheim Steamroller has pushed the boundaries of what people would typically perceive as compositionally sound music. While the outfit has always experienced marginal success since its inception, Mannheim Steamroller found its greatest critical and commercial success in 1984 when it released an album of Christmas instrumental covers.