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Here you will discover the back stories of kings, titans of industry, stellar athletes, giants of the entertainment field, scientists, politicians, artists and heroes — all of them gay or bisexual men. If their lives can serve as role models to young men who have been bullied or taught to think less of themselves for their sexual orientation, all the better. The sexual orientation of those featured here did not stand in the way of their achievements. In fact, Thibaudet will not accept invitations unless his partner is also included. He is a physical stand-out, with frosted hair and custom designed concert attire. His partner Paul, who works as an international marketing consultant, frequently accompanies Jean-Yves on his concert tours.

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Music By Dalton, Joseph Read preview Article excerpt "Very often I have invitations to go to dinner parties with heads of state or royalty or ambassadors or whomever, and I'll always say I have a companion with me and I'd like him to be invited," says French classical pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet, He tours nine months of the year, and his lover, Paul, who works as an international marketing consultant, often travels with him. They maintain homes in Los Angeles and Paris. When I play and he's in the audience, there are certain things that I know he feels. It's not the same for me when he's not there," he says. Their passion for music isn't restricted to the classical. We have a lot of pop music as well, Brazilian music, tangos.

The (Other) Piano Man

Sure, he's gay and flamboyant, but he's also possibly the best pianist playing today. Thibaudet is a thoroughly modern piano man—and a highly sophisticated, occasionally outrageous and consistently insightful one at that. A former child prodigy in his native France, he made his solo debut with an orchestra at age 9.
His father played the violin, and his mother, of German origin and a somewhat accomplished pianist herself, introduced the instrument to Jean-Yves. Thibaudet entered the Lyons Conservatory at the age of five [1] and began studying the piano. He made his first public appearance at the age of seven. He won a Lyons Conservatory gold medal [1] when he was twelve and subsequently entered the Paris Conservatory , where he studied with Aldo Ciccolini and Lucette Descaves. He has also performed in the concert halls of Europe and North America and is fond of travelling to Australia where he has a strong fan base.
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