Four Classical Composers, Caught in Love Affairs With Popular Music

“The season-ending program of 20th-century music that the Riverside Symphony and its music director, George Rothman, presented at Alice Tully Hall on Thursday night was well thought out, smart and illuminating. Snazzy, too.”050-SEPROAUTH-02 Published: June 7, 2013 Read More Well my gonna to working for they online pharmacy viagra women to better seller:) I’ve works […]

Chicago Tribune – Inon Barnatan, poet, intellectual virtuoso

“Virtuosity was there throughout, which is to say, from the opening Bach E-minor Toccata through the lone encore, Felix Mendelssohn’s Andante and Rondo capriccioso. Its most forceful display was in Barber’s thunderously difficult Sonata, and the most beguiling came in Franz Schubert’s late Sonata in A major, which after intermission gave a change of pace…What […]

Newark Star-Ledger: NJSO plays Chopin and Brahms

“Barnatan gave a decisive, exacting take on the concerto’s energetic, virtuosic moments and also displayed confidence and a feel for the work as he sunk comfortably into the composer’s characteristic wistful, melodic mode. He created a mood that was bittersweet and nostalgic but not maudlin. The playing was smooth and dexterous with piquant accents at […]

National Post: National Arts Centre Orchestra at Roy Thomson Hall

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