Author: Michael lutz

Beethoven Akademie 1808 in Cincinnati

On February 29 & March 1, Inon Barnatan joins the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and conductor Louis Langrée for a recreation of Beethoven’s 1808 Akademie concert. Inon Barnatan performs Piano Concerto No. 4 and Choral Fantasy, which were premiered by Beethoven himself before he retired as a concert pianist. The CSO also presents Symphonies 5 and […]

All-Beethoven with the Naples Philharmonic

This February, Inon Barnatan joins the Naples Philharmonic and conductor Ludovic Morlot in Florida. At Hayes Hall, they perform an all-Beethoven program that includes The Consecration of the House, Piano Concerto No. 2, and Symphony No. 5. Get tickets here.

Andrew Norman’s Suspend in Grand Rapids

On February 14 & 15, Inon Barnatan joins the Grand Rapids Symphony and conductor Marcelo Leninger to perform Suspend by Andrew Norman, a new fantasy for piano and orchestra. The program begins with Tragic Overture by Brahms and ends with Schubert’s Ninth Symphony, also famously known as “The Great.” For more info, click here.

Beethoven in Barcelona

February 5–7, Inon Barnatan joins cellist Alisa Weilerstein and violinist Guy Braunstein for Beethoven’s magnificent Triple Concerto as part of the Beethoven250 Festival presented by the Orquestra Simfónica de Barcelona. Find tickets here. Listen here to Inon’s recording of the Triple with Alisa and Stefan Jackiw.

Rach 3 with the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic

This January, Inon Barnatan joins the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic and conductor Alan Gilbert to perform Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 3 in D minor. Known for its beautiful melodies and glimmering orchestration, Rachmaninoff’s third piano concerto is also one of the most technically demanding pieces in the piano repertoire. Also on the program is Swedish composer Allan […]

Stuttgarter Philharmoniker

On January 24, Inon Barnatan joins the Stuttgarter Philharmoniker and Dan Ettinger to perform Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 4. Also on the program are two works by Debussy: the serene tone poem Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune, as well as his orchestral work Nocturnes for women’s chorus and orchestra. You can listen to Inon‘s recording of the Fourth Beethoven Piano Concerto from […]

First Part of Beethoven Piano Concertos Out Now

Today, Inon Barnatan’s premiere release on PENTATONE is now available: the first part of the Beethoven Piano Concertos. The album, out on all digital platforms and available for physical order, includes Beethoven’s Piano Concertos No. 1, 3, & 4, and the Triple Concerto. For the recording with the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Inon […]

Performing with the Dover Quartet

On December 11, Inon Barnatan joins the Dover Quartet in performance in Indianapolis.   At the Glick Indiana History Center, they perform Shostakovich’s Piano Quintet in G minor. The evening also hears quartet works by Beethoven and Britten.   For more info, click here.

Performances in Portland

This fall, Inon Barnatan performs at the SOLO Piano Series presented by Portland Piano International. The November 16 recital “Songs Without Words” features works by Mendelssohn, Stevenson, Gershwin, and Schubert. On November 17, Inon presents his “Time Traveler’s Suite” program, with composers from Bach to Couperin to Adès. For more info, click here.

Inon Performs Solo Recital at Carnegie Hall

On November 14, Inon Barnatan makes his solo recital debut at Carnegie Hall. At Zankel Hall, Inon explores the theme of “Songs Without Words,” combining works by Mendelssohn and Ronald Stevenson with Schubert and Gershwin. Inon then brings this program to the first of his two recitals at Portland Piano International (Nov 16), and next […]