Inon Barnatan joins the North Carolina Symphony for two works under the baton of Marcelo Lehninger at Chapel Hill’s Memorial Hall. He opens the program with Suspend, Andrew Norman’s fantasy for piano and orchestra, followed by an account of Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 5, “Emperor”. The orchestra closes the evening with Brahms’s Tragic Overture.

Tickets to the five performances, running January 14 through 17 and 19th, can be found here.


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