Because of the coronavirus pandemic, very few live classical-music events will take place anywhere this summer.
However, Inon is delighted to announce several live performances this summer.
On July 2nd Inon will open the Caramoor Festival’s 2020 summer season with a live-streamed recital form the historic and beautiful Music Room at the Rosen House on the Caramoor grounds. The program includes a world premiere of an arrangement of Rachmaninoff’s Symphonic Dances, which Inon wrote during the Covid lockdown, as well as Schubert’s majestic A major sonata.
Later in July Inon will partner with frequent collaborator Alisa Weilerstein for a live recital of Beethoven sonatas for the Aspen Music Festival’s virtual season, which they will play from the Spectacular hall of La Jolla Music Society’s Conrad Performing Arts Center in San Diego.

Finally, La Jolla SummerFest, of which Inon is Music Director, will be presenting it’s reimagined festival in August with a series of live concerts, also from the Conrad, between August 21st and 29th. Featuring an incredible cast of musicians, they will be include some the most beloved chamber music in the repertoire. The six , one-hour long, concerts will be live streamed and, if health regulations in August allow, they will take place in front of a reduced, socially distanced audience. Visit the schedule section of this site or LJMS.ORG for more details.


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