Inon Barnatan makes his debut with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra led by Jesús López-Cobos, with three performances of Gershwin’s Piano Concerto in F.  The work is often performed at summer festivals or on all-American programs. But the pianist believes it deserves to be presented on regular subscription programs like any other piano concerto. It also needs the fusion of classical and jazz to work successfully: “It’s so much fun for me to explore that because I’m a big jazz fan.” – More information Here

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