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 […]
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.
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.
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 […]
Press Release: Inon Barnatan Releases Beethoven Concerto Cycle, Performs with Chicago and Cincinnati Symphonies and Royal Stockholm Philharmonic, Tours Europe and the U.S. with Alisa Weilerstein in 2019-20
Pianist Inon Barnatan – honored as one of WQXR’s “19 for 19” influential musicians to watch this year and a longtime critical favorite in the works of Beethoven – pays homage to the revolutionary Classical master this season in honor of the 250th anniversary of his birth. With frequent collaborator Alan Gilbert conducting London’s Academy […]
On May 24, Inon Barnatan joins the Ulster Orchestra to perform in their Season Finale. After touring the US with friend and collaborator Alisa Weilerstein in their Transfigured Nights chamber ensemble, Inon joins forces with Alisa’s husband Rafael Payare in his last program as Music Director in Ulster. With Payare and the orchestra, Inon performs Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 20. The program also […]
Following his acclaimed 2016 debut, Inon Barnatan returns this August to Lincoln Center’s annual Mostly Mozart summer festival. For four evenings from August 9-12, Inon joins the Ariel Quartet and bassist Timothy Cobb for a performance of Schubert’s beloved “Trout” Quintet that anchors the world premiere production of The Trout by the Mark Morris Dance Group, whose much-decorated founding director has […]
This July, Inon Barnatan appears at renowned festivals across the US. On July 7, Inon presents Saint-Saëns’s Second Piano Concerto with the Bellingham Festival Orchestra. In the state of Washington, Inon also makes his way to the Seattle Chamber Music Society on July 9 & 11. First, in a solo recital, Inon presents Rachmaninoff’s 6 […]
Inon Barnatan Plays Eight Concertos and Two Solo Recital Programs on Three Continents This Summer; Highlights Include Asian Tour and Returns to National Symphony Orchestra and London’s BBC Proms
“One of the most admired pianists of his generation” (New York Times), Inon Barnatan showcases his extraordinary range this summer. In appearances on three continents, he plays two thoughtfully curated recital programs, a wealth of chamber music, and eight concertos spanning more than 200 years. Orchestral highlights include Gershwin’s Concerto in F with the Minnesota Orchestra and Osmo Vänskä, both […]
After wrapping up six days of chamber music at the inimitable Spoleto Festival USA, Inon Barnatan gives the Southern premiere of Alan Fletcher’s piano concerto in two performances with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra on June 7 & 9. In these performances, Barnatan – who has premiered and championed works by living composers, including Thomas Adès, Sebastian Currier, Avner Dorman, Matthias Pintscher, […]