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 spring to his Baltimore recital debut in the Shriver Hall Concert Series (May 3).

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