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Recording Beethoven with the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields

Inon Barnatan brings his interpretation of Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3 to London on December 13 with the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, lead by Alan Gilbert in his debut conducting the ensemble. The evening’s program at Cadogan Hall is complemented by Brahms’s Variations on a Theme of Joseph Haydn and Haydn’s Symphony […]

Inon Barnatan Steps in with Tchaikovsky in Lisbon

Inon Barnatan joins Lisbon’s Gulbenkian Orchestra for performances of Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1 on December 3 and 4 under Principal Guest Conductor Susanna Mälkki. He is replacing Yefim Bronfman, who unfortunately had to withdraw due to illness. The program on both evenings also includes Pierre Boulez’s Rituel, which was written in memory of the […]

European Tour and Live Webcast with Alisa Weilerstein

Inon Barnatan joins cellist Alisa Weilerstein on a six-country European tour this month, including a concert at the Auditorium du Louvre in Paris on November 6 that will be webcast live by and a visit to London’s Wigmore Hall on November 14. The longtime recital partners also appear at the Paleis voor Schone Kunsten […]

Copland with the St. Louis Symphony

Inon Barnatan brings Aaron Copland’s Piano Concerto to the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, presenting three performances October 16 through 18 underResident Conductor Steven Jarvi. The all-American program also includes Leonard Bernstein’s Three Dance Episodes from “On the Town”, the Symphonic Suite from “On the Waterfront,” and George Gershwin’s “An American in Paris.” Find tickets and […]

October Performances with the New York Philharmonic

Embarking on the second of his three seasons as the New York Philharmonic’s first Artist-in-Association – an appointment that involves performances in both subscription concerts and chamber performances, and acting as ambassador for the orchestra —Inon Barnatan launches the season on Friday, October 9 in Ann Arbor playing Beethoven’s Piano concerto No. 1 with the orchestra and its […]

Looking forward to the 2015-16 Season

In the 2015-16 season, Inon Barnatan embarks on his second season as Artist-in-Association with the New York Philharmonic, performing Mozart under Jaap van Zweden, Beethoven under Music Director Alan Gilbert, Saint-Saëns on New Year’s Eve, and Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of Time at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Other upcoming highlights include Inon’s Walt Disney Concert Hall debut […]

First Recording with Alisa Weilerstein Coming from Decca October 2

With cellist and longtime exclusive recital partner Alisa Weilerstein, on October 2 Inon releases an album of monumental cello sonatas by Chopin and Rachmaninov. This is the first collaborative album by the duo, who “play with a dazzling technique and a level of communication and expression so clear that they can practically finish each other’s phrases” (Boston Classical Review). […]

Messiaen’s Des canyons aux étoiles at Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival 

On Sunday, August 23, Inon Barnatan joins conductor Alan Gilbert and and and ensemble of 43 musicians — the largest group ever gathered at the festival for a single work — for a performance of Messiaen’s ecstatic Des canyons aux étoiles (“From the Canyons to the Stars”). This epic, twelve-movement masterpiece, inspired by the natural beauty of Utah’s Bryce […]

Ravel Piano Concerto with The New York Philharmonic now Available for Purchase

Inon’s performance of Ravel’s G Major Piano Concerto alongside Alan Gilbert and the New York Philharmonic is now available for streaming on Spotify, and for purchase on Google Play and Amazon. The recording will also be available on iTunes in the coming months. Published June 26, 2015 Read More best price on cialis 20mg – viagra falls – generic viagra online – cialis […]

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