Inon Barnatan, Piano
“A player of uncommon sensitivity” – Alex Ross, New Yorker
as “a true poet of the keyboard, refined, searching [and] unfailingly
communicative” ( Evening Standard ,
London), the pianist Inon Barnatan has been named as the New York
Philharmonic’s first Artist in Association, a major three-season appointment
highlighted by multiple concerto and chamb...
That is the guy that spoke to you at the Linder Auditorium on 17 November. Drew your attention to the Ronald Stevenson masterpiece 'Passacaglia on DSCH' completed at University of Cape Town in the 1960's. Also discussed the Thomas Ades 'Darkness Visible' in your repertoire.I have your Avie recording. The Schubert D595 I found particularly moving - recalled listening to it with my late wife - you inadvertantly pressed some precious buttons. I hope to see you again in RSA.
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A review of Inon's recent performance with the RSO at Alice Tully Hall
Pianist Inon Barnatan visits Classical New England's Fraser Performance Studio.
If you can't make it to one of the 16 concerts on Inon's tour with the Academy of St Ma...
The pianist Inon Barnatan's recital brought Adès's “Darknesse Visible” and Ravel's “Val...
The New York Times names "Darknesse Visible" as one of the best classical recordings of...