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Cédric Tiberghien © Jean-Baptiste Millot
Cédric Tiberghien © Jean-Baptiste Millot


  • 18 April 2024

    Cédric Tiberghien returns to the US

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  • 25 October 2023

    Cédric Tiberghien debuts with London Philharmonic Orchestra

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  • Sweelinck, Bach, Benjamin, Beethoven, and Mozart

    Wigmore Hall
    Jun 2023
    • From Sweelinck to Benjamin, every performance a jewel, this was a recital as enjoyable as it was ingenious and instructive.

  • Ravel with Les Siècles, François-Xavier Roth and Stéphane Degout (CD release)

    May 2022
    • ... despite a plethora of other outstanding readings, here’s another game-changer. Tiberghien brings to the first movement [G major concerto] a sense of playful energy, flexibility and an acute awareness of colour....Tiberghien imbues the long solo-piano opening of the Adagio with such a confiding quality that you don’t want it to end… Beautifully recorded, this is headily seductive and has Award-winner written all over it. But don’t take my word for it – go and listen to it post-haste.

    • Cédric Tiberghien, an exceptional artist from start to finish..

    • Hands down, Maurice Ravel's piano concertos have surely never been heard on CD like this before...

      • Deutschlandfunk
      • 12 June 2022
  • Schumann, Beethoven & Webern

    Wigmore Hall, London
    Feb 2021
    • …impressive recital, a thoughtful tapestry of piano variations... As it was I tiptoed away from the streamed wonderland of Wigmore Hall thankful anew for Tiberghien’s clear and essentially French art incisive, poetic, colourful, well tailored.

    • This terrific French pianist proves you don’t need to be a populist... I don’t know by what magic Tiberghien expressed the idea of a soul released from suffering, but in the last resigned moments of this beautiful piece, he managed it.

      • The Daily Telegraph
      • 01 February 2021