Mozart in Houston; Beethoven in Denver

Inon Barnatan concludes the fall season with concerto performances in Houston and Denver. From November 23-25, Inon Barnatan joins the Houston Symphony and conductor David Danzmayr in Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 22 in E-flat major. The following week, Inon makes his way to Denver, where he performs Beethoven’s Third Piano Concerto with the Colorado Symphony […]

Debut at Southbank Centre International Piano Series

This October, Inon Barnatan makes his debut in the International Piano Series at London’s Southbank Centre. His recital comprises four pieces by Ravel: Le tombeau de Couperin, Jeux d’eau, Pavane pour une infante défunte, and the virtuosic tour-de-force La valse in its rarely performed one-piano transcription, followed by Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition. Inon performs […]

2018-2019 Season Preview

Inon punctuates his 2018-19 season with key performances of monumental works from the Classical repertoire. In October he joins frequent collaborator Alan Gilbert at the conductor’s new post in Hamburg with the NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchestra for Beethoven’s Fourth Concerto. He then makes his way to the Princeton Symphony to play all five Beethoven concertos under the baton […]

Concerts in Denver, Des Moines, and Portland

On September 12, Inon Barnatan makes his way to Denver’s Friends of Music for his first collaboration of the season with the St. Lawrence String Quartet. Together, Inon and the quartet present the Shostakovich Piano Quintet in G Minor, Op. 57. They reprise the piece when they perform together again this November at Carnegie Hall. Inon also performs […]

Inon at Mostly Mozart 2018

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 […]

Festivals this July across the US

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 […]

Southern premiere of Fletcher piano concerto

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, […]

On tour in Japan and Korea

This June, Inon Barnatan travels to Japan and Korea. Inon begins in Takasaki, Japan on June 16, where he joins the Gunma Symphony Orchestra for an all-Brahms program. He performs the Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat major, which is then followed by the Schoenberg orchestration of the Piano Quartet No. 1 in G Minor. Naoto Otomo […]

May Concerts with Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

From May 6-8, Inon Barnatan performs with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center in concerts of Fauré and Beethoven – he is joined onstage by violinist Augustin Hadelich, violist Matthew Lipman, and cellist Clive Greensmith.   Together, they highlight a curated program titled “Tempest in C minor,” presenting the Beethoven Piano Trio in C […]