On November 4, Inon Barnatan returns to Wigmore Hall with Alisa Weilerstein, following his solo baroque-inspired recital in June and their duo recital in March with works by Beethoven, Barber, Britten and Rachmaninoff.

For the November recital in London, the evening highlights the UK premiere of Steven Mackey’s Through Your Fingers, written for Inon and Alisa. The piece is co-commissioned by Wigmore Hall in partnership with Carnegie Hall, where it recently had its US premiere. They also present the Brahms Cello Sonatas and Stravinsky’s Suite italienne for cello and piano. Shortly after, Inon and Alisa then bring this repertoire to Germany’s Bosco Gauting on November 5.

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(Above: Inon and Alisa last month at Carnegie Hall. Photography: Stephanie Berger)


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