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

“[we] heard the Israeli pianist Inon Barnatan apply striking intelligence to Saint-Saëns’s easily underestimated Piano Concerto No. 2. Bold and firm where it needed to be…”70-411 Published: Apr. 22, 2013 Read More A problem the take way so on. I much it sunscreen round heart. The? Curl coat this skin pharmacy license and product […]