This winter, Inon Barnatan rings in the New Year with two performances of Tchaikovsky’s First Piano Concerto in Minneapolis with the Minnesota Orchestra led by Osmo Vänskä; a Midwest tour with the orchestra follows at the end of January, culminating at Chicago‘s Symphony Center. Barnatan also plays a lunchtime recital of Bach, Franck and Barber in London’s Wigmore Hall in January, to be broadcast live on BBC 3, and a recital later in the spring at New York’s 92nd Street Y. Other winter/spring engagements include a recital in the Aspen Winter Music Recital Series and a benefit concert for the Aspen Music Festival and School; three Schubert concerts in La Jolla, California that feature the pianist as both curator and performer; a complete cycle of Beethoven Concertos with Ohio’s Columbus Symphony; three concerts with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center; a debut with the Helsinki Philharmonic; and a return to the Atlanta Symphony.


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