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Israeli pianist Inon Barnatan is known widely for his compelling and insightful musicianship and elegant virtuosity, and as “a true poet of the keyboard, refined, searching [and] unfailingly communicative” (London’s Evening Standard). He has performed extensively with the world’s important orchestras, including those of Cleveland, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, and San Francisco, and he has worked with distinguished conductors such as Robert Abbado, Lawrence Foster, James Gaffigan, and Pinchas Zukerman.

"a complete artist: a wonderful pianist, a probing intellect, passionately committed, and a capable contemporary-music pianist as well.” 

Alan Gilbert, Music Director, New York Philharmonic

Awarded the prestigious Avery Fisher Career Grant in 2009, he was recently named the New York Philharmonic’s first Artist in Association, a three-season appointment that promises multiple concerto and chamber collaborations with the orchestra. Barnatan’s recordings are critically acclaimed, and his album Darknesse Visible was named one of the “Best of 2012” by the New York Times. BBC Music magazine, in a review of his 2013 recording of Schubert’s late sonatas, declared that “this is superior playing, in which penetrating musicianship, compelling interpretive insight and elegant pianism achieve near perfect equilibrium.”

In the coming season Mr Barnatan will return to the Hollywood Bowl with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, debut with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic, The Orchestre National de France and Louisville, New Jersey, Ulster, Vancouver and Quebec Symphony Orchestras, and perform with the Atlanta, Eugene, Milwaukee and National Arts Centre Orchestras. He will also make his solo recital debuts at the Celebrity Series of Boston and at the Harris Theater in Chicago, as well as European festivals such as the Chopin festival in Warsaw and the Jacobins festival in Toulouse, amongst others.


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The Boston Globe: Cellist-pianist recital dramatically suited for silver screen

Recital with Alisa Weilerstein at Jordan Hall as part of the Celebrity Series of Boston. "Their interpretations were like a series of marvelously expressive close-ups: every note and phrase pinned to an exact emotion, every emotion saturating the frame."

Published May 3, 2015  Read More


Inon Barnatan – First Artist-in-Association of NY Philharmonic – Makes Concerto Debut with Gilbert and Orchestra in Ravel – (March 19–24)

A major new partnership designed to foster a deeper and more rounded relationship between soloist and orchestra, the three-season Philharmonic appointment represents an all-too-rare opportunity.  Read more 

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The Boston Globe: Barnatan makes auspicious recital debut at Longy

"It was an amazing display of rhythmic, textural, and dynamic control...The technical facility and imaginative sensibility for which Barnatan has been widely heralded were apparent throughout the captivating recital" 

Published December 15, 2014  Read More

Barnatan NJSO

Newark Star-Ledger: NJSO plays Chopin and Brahms

"Barnatan gave a decisive, exacting take on the concerto's energetic, virtuosic moments and also displayed confidence and a feel for the work as he sunk comfortably into the composer's characteristic wistful, melodic mode. He created a mood that was bittersweet and nostalgic but not maudlin. The playing was smooth and dexterous with piquant accents at the extremes of the instrument and an appealingly focused, tapered tone.” (Ronni Reich) Published December 2, 2014 Read More

Barnatan Chicago Trip

Chicago Tribune – Inon Barnatan, poet, intellectual virtuoso

"Virtuosity was there throughout, which is to say, from the opening Bach E-minor Toccata through the lone encore, Felix Mendelssohn's Andante and Rondo capriccioso. Its most forceful display was in Barber's thunderously difficult Sonata, and the most beguiling came in Franz Schubert's late Sonata in A major, which after intermission gave a change of pace...What made the demonstrations of intellect and virtuosity special was Barnatan's variety of touch that conveyed both the piety and perfume of Franck's "Prelude, Choral et Fugue" in addition to the ache at the heart of the essentially sunny Schubert."

Published November 4, 2014 Read More

Barnatan Subculture 9-25-2014

The New York Times – A Multitude of Voices for a Busy Young Pianist, From Bach to Liszt to Jazz: Inon Barnatan at SubCulture’s PianoFest

On Tuesday he demonstrated, in one of the most thoughtful and effective recitals I have heard from a pianist under 40, a sensitivity reminiscent of two other New York institutions, Emanuel Ax and Murray Perahia. EX300 Publish Date: September 25, 2014 Read more


  • May 24 2015
London, UK – Wigmore Hall

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SCHUBERT: Piano Sonata in G D894
FRANCK: Prélude, Choral et Fugue
SEBASTIAN CURRIER: Glow (world première)
RAVEL: Gaspard de la nuit
  • May 26 2015
Calgary, Canada – Jack Singer Concert Hall

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Esther Honens International Piano CompetitionBARBER: Sonata in E-flat minor Op. 26
FRANCK: Prelude Chorale and Fugue
BRAHMS: Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Handel Op. 24
  • June 3 2015
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  • June 7 2015
Charleston, SC – Dock Street Theatre

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Spoleto Festival USAChamber Music
  • July 5 2015
Aspen, CO – Jay Pritzker Pavilion

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Aspen Music Festival & School
Robert Spano
TCHAIKOVSKY: Piano Concerto No. 1
  • July 13 2015
  • July 14 2015
  • July 16 2015
Portland, OR

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Chamber Music Northwest
Augustin Hadelich, violin
BEETHOVEN Violin Sonatas:
No. 1 in D Major, Op. 12, No. 1
No. 4 in A Minor, Op. 23
No. 9 in A Major, Op. 47 (“Kreutzer”)
  • July 20 2015
  • July 22 2015
  • July 24 2015
Seattle, WA

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Seattle Chamber Music FestivalConcert
  • July 31 2015
Menlo Park, CA

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Erin Keefe, Philip Setzer, violins
David Finckel, cello
Nikolay Borchev, baritone
Impromptu in f minor
Impromptu in G-flat Major
Sei mir gegrüsst!
Fantasy in C Major for Violin and Piano
Trio no. 2 in E-flat Major for Piano, Violin, and Cello

Se solen sjunker
  • August 5 2015
Chicago, IL

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Grant Park Music Festival
Carlos Kalmar
MOZART: Piano Concerto No. 17 in G Major, K 453



Schubert Late Sonatas

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