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 Moments Musicaux, immediately leading into a chamber concert with two collaborations with cellist Bion Tsang. They perform Fauré’s Élégie for Cello and Piano in C minor, followed by Barber’s Sonata for Cello and Piano.

On July 11, Inon shares the stage with violinist James Ehnes, along with Stephen Rose and Jun Iwasaki on violin, Rebecca Albers on viola, and Cameron Crozman on cello. Together, they play Ernest Chausson’s Concerto for Violin, Piano and String Quartet in D Major, Op. 21.

Back on the east coast in Vienna, VA, Inon returns to Wolf Trap on July 14, where he joins forces with Bramwell Tovey and the National Symphony Orchestra for Tchaikovsky’s majestic First Piano Concerto.

Inon also takes the concerto to the Ravinia Festival on July 21, where he collaborates with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and conductor Ken-David Masur.

July 24 and 27 see Inon at the Aspen Music Festival. He first presents Chausson – this time alongside violinist David Coucheron and the Pacifica Quartet. On the 27th, he plays the Third Beethoven Piano Concerto with the Aspen Chamber Symphony and conductor Vasily Petrenko.

Discover Inon’s full schedule here.


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