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12.11.14
Inon Barnatan
From Bach to Barber with Barnatan
The Boston Musical Intelligencer
12.02.14
Inon Barnatan
NJSO plays Chopin and Brahms
New Jersey Star-Ledger
11.05.14
Inon Barnatan
Inon Barnatan, poet, intellectual virtuoso
Chicago Tribune
10.27.14
Inon Barnatan
Israeli Pianist Inon Barnatan Gives Solo Recitals This Fall in Chicago and Boston, and Plays Chamber Music at NYC’s Alice Tully Hall and 92nd Street Y 
09.10.14
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Israeli Pianist Inon Barnatan Maintains Strong NYC Presence in Inaugural Season as New York Phil’s First Artist-in-Association
21C Media Group
08.22.14
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Review McGegan and Barnatan cavort with Mozart at Hollywood Bowl
Los Angeles Times
01.25.14
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Pinch-hitting pianist, Milwaukee Symphony deliver deeply moving Brahms
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
01.24.14
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INON BARNATAN Named the New York Philharmonic’s First Artist-in-Association
New York Philharmonic
12.17.13
Inon Barnatan & Alisa Weilerstein, Inon Barnatan, Alisa Weilerstein
A Memorable Recital by Alisa Weilerstein and Inon Barnatan
Seen and Heard International
08.13.13
Inon Barnatan, Stefan Jackiw, Narek Hakhnazaryan
Beethoven, with finesse, tops Aspen festival weekend
The Aspen Times
05.03.13
Inon Barnatan
ASO review: Substitute pianist Inon Barnatan stuns with Beethoven in Atlanta debut
ArtsAtl
04.21.13
Inon Barnatan & Alisa Weilerstein, Inon Barnatan, Alisa Weilerstein
Alisa Weilerstein and Inon Barnatan rule the realm of sonatas for cello and piano
bachtrack
04.12.13
Inon Barnatan
Review: CSO goes big with 'Alpine' symphony
Cincinnati Enquirer
03.20.13
Inon Barnatan, Alisa Weilerstein, Academy of St Martin in the Fields
Review: With precision technique, Academy of St. Martin orchestra wows Kravis crowd
Palm Beach Daily News
03.20.13
Inon Barnatan, Alisa Weilerstein, Academy of St Martin in the Fields
Review - Academy of St. Martin in the Fields
Winter Park/Maitland Observer
03.19.13
Inon Barnatan, Alisa Weilerstein, Academy of St Martin in the Fields
Two gifted young soloists and the Academy serve up one of the year’s finest concerts at the Broward Center
South Florida Classical Review
03.09.13
Inon Barnatan, Alisa Weilerstein, Academy of St Martin in the Fields
St. Martin orchestra presentation fresh, masterful
Worchester Telegram & Gazette
03.08.13
Inon Barnatan, Alisa Weilerstein, Academy of St Martin in the Fields
Academy of St. Martin in the Fields wows in Ventura debut
Ventura County Star
03.04.13
Inon Barnatan, Alisa Weilerstein, Academy of St Martin in the Fields
Young soloists noteworthy in Academy's Soka visit
The OC Register
12.20.12
Inon Barnatan, Jennifer Koh, Minnesota Orchestra , Nicholas Phan
A Hit Parade of Small Labels and Upstarts The Best Classical Music Recordings of 2012
The New York Times
12.09.12
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Inon Barnatan
The New York Times
11.22.12
Inon Barnatan
FOM RECITAL: INON BARNATAN
artSMart
10.14.12
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Pianist Inon Barnatan’s intelligence, musicality impress at Kennedy Center
Washington Post
10.02.12
Inon Barnatan
INON BARNATAN
Pianist Magazine
06.25.12
Inon Barnatan
Inon Barnatan’s Excellent Avie Debut
Classics Today
06.14.12
Inon Barnatan
Israeli-born pianist presents superb program at TCU in Fort Worth
Star-Telegram
05.20.12
Inon Barnatan
Selections by the French, From Tortured to Carefree
The New York Times
05.17.12
Inon Barnatan
Inon Barnatan: ‘Darknesse Visible’
The New York Times
05.02.12
Inon Barnatan
Album review: Inon Barnatan, 'Darknesse Visible'
San Francisco Chronicle
05.01.12
Inon Barnatan
Dark and dreamy visions
BBC Music Magazine
05.01.12
Inon Barnatan
RISING STAR Great artists of tomorrow
BBC Music Magazine
04.29.12
Inon Barnatan
Digital Dose: New classical discs feature performances by Balsom, Barnatan, Quint and Villazon
Cleveland Plain Dealer
04.28.12
Inon Barnatan
Album: Inon Barnatan, Darknesse (Visible Avie)
The Independent
03.04.12
Inon Barnatan
Classical music review: Pianist Inon Barnatan brings Oregon Symphony audience to its feet with virtuoso Saint-Saens performance
The Oregonian
01.17.12
Inon Barnatan
Interview: Pianist Inon Barnatan
Season Ticket blog
10.29.11
Inon Barnatan, Gil Shaham
Barnatan and Shaham communicate deeply at Strathmore
The Washington Examiner
10.10.11
Inon Barnatan
Piano review: Inon Barnatan distinguishes himself with delicate, powerful playing
The Oregonian
10.09.11
Inon Barnatan
Inon Barnatan, pianist
Classicalmusicguide.com
10.03.11
Inon Barnatan
Thomas Ades, Two Ways
Arts Journal
09.17.11
Inon Barnatan
Review: BSO soloist Inon Barnatan brings soulfulness to Brahms' concerto
Billings Gazette
08.03.11
Inon Barnatan
Four Score; Four quartets hone Chamber Music Festival’s creative focus
Santa Fe Reporter
04.05.11
Inon Barnatan
BSO’s Chamber Players take on Kurtag, Brahms, and Schubert
Boston Globe
03.02.11
Inon Barnatan
Violinist Adds Intimate Stage to a Concert Hall Week
The New York Times
01.31.11
Miro Quartet , Inon Barnatan
Getting down to business, Palladium shows its star power
Indianapolis Star
01.17.11
Inon Barnatan
Guest conductor, pianist give dynamic performance
Houston Chronicle
12.15.10
Inon Barnatan & Alisa Weilerstein, Inon Barnatan, Alisa Weilerstein
Cellist Weilerstein is outstanding
The Philadelphia Inquirer
11.12.10
Inon Barnatan & Alisa Weilerstein, Inon Barnatan, Alisa Weilerstein
Northern Lights to Be Heard, Not Seen
The New York Times
10.04.10
Inon Barnatan
Weekend showcases familiar and unfamiliar masterworks
Vancouver Sun
10.04.10
Inon Barnatan
Israeli-born pianist Inon Barnatan puts together a brilliant program in Vancouver
Straight.com
06.14.10
Inon Barnatan
Inon Barnatan wins kudos in Spoleto
21C Media Group
06.13.10
Inon Barnatan & Alisa Weilerstein, Inon Barnatan, Alisa Weilerstein
Tears and Trembling at Dock Street
Charletston City Paper
06.07.10
Inon Barnatan
Hungarian day at Chamber VII
SpoletoBuzz
05.06.10
Inon Barnatan & Alisa Weilerstein, Inon Barnatan, Alisa Weilerstein
Rising cellist, pianist blend for enjoyable show
Denver Post
05.05.10
Inon Barnatan & Alisa Weilerstein, Inon Barnatan, Alisa Weilerstein
Frequent-flying cellist sure doesn't sound tired
Omaha World-Herald
04.01.10
Inon Barnatan
Inon Barnatan at Wigmore Hall
21C Media Group
01.25.10
Inon Barnatan & Alisa Weilerstein, Inon Barnatan, Alisa Weilerstein
ALISA WEILERSTEIN & INON BARNATAN IN D.C.
01.21.10
Inon Barnatan
Schubert Ascending II: Inon Barnatan (piano), Liza Ferschtman (violin), Randall Scarlata (baritone). Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. Alice Tully Hall, New York City. 8.11.2009 (JE)
MusicWeb International
11.10.09
Inon Barnatan
Schubert’s Brief Candle, Burning Bright
The New York Times
10.26.09
Inon Barnatan
New conductor shows his versatility, finesse
The Register-Guard
10.09.09
Inon Barnatan & Alisa Weilerstein, Inon Barnatan, Alisa Weilerstein
Alisa Weilerstein plays with fire and verve in her local debut
Ann Arbor.com
10.03.09
Inon Barnatan
Fiery Tones of Fall
Danbury News Time
08.13.09
Inon Barnatan
Keying success
The Critical Ear
07.30.09
Inon Barnatan
Architect of sublime resignation
The New Mexican
07.23.09
Inon Barnatan
INON BARNATAN'S IPHONE APP
06.17.09
Inon Barnatan
An Interview With Inon Barnatan
San Francisco Classical Voice
04.24.09
Inon Barnatan
INON BARNATAN AND ARNAUD SUSSMANN WIN AVERY FISHER CAREER GRANTS
12.11.08
Inon Barnatan & Alisa Weilerstein, Inon Barnatan, Alisa Weilerstein
Double Impact
San Francisco Classical Voice
07.24.08
Inon Barnatan
Pianistic Flash
San Francisco Classical Voice
06.02.08
Inon Barnatan
Barnatan-Ferschtman-Weilerstein Trio
Washington Post
03.06.08
Inon Barnatan
Wind instruments a breath of fresh air for audience
Denver Post
02.04.08
Inon Barnatan, Anne-Marie McDermott
Celebration of the keyboard
Ann Arbor News
02.02.08
Inon Barnatan, Anne-Marie McDermott
Pianists give musically and visually captivating concert at DeBartolo
South Bend Tribune
11.09.07
Inon Barnatan
Chamber Music Society brings Fauré program to Drew Campus
Daily Record
06.24.07
Inon Barnatan
Houston Symphony at Miller: Young stars, no audience vote needed Barnatan, Gaffigan collaborate in explosive debut
Houston Chronicle

Hailed 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 chamber collaborations with the orchestra. Equally commanding in solo and chamber performances, the Avery Fisher Career Grant recipient has performed recitals at Carnegie Hall, Washington's Kennedy Center, Wigmore Hall and the Concertgebouw, among others. He is a member of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and frequently performs as a recital partner of cellist Alisa Weilerstein. Barnatan has performed with many of the world’s leading orchestras, including the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the symphony orchestras of Atlanta, Dallas, Cleveland, Philadelphia, and San Francisco, the Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Deutsche Symphonie Orchester Berlin, National Arts Centre Orchestra, and the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande. His 2013 recording of Schubert’s late sonatas reveals “superior playing, in which penetrating musicianship, compelling interpretive insight, and elegant pianism achieve near perfect equilibrium” (BBC Music magazine), while his solo album Darknesse Visible was designated one of the “Best of 2012” by the New York Times

As part of his new partnership with the New York Philharmonic, Barnatan makes his subscription debut playing Ravel’s concerto under Alan Gilbert. Other 2014-15 season highlights include performances with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Royal Stockholm Philharmonic, Orchestre National de France, Milwaukee Symphony, and Atlanta Symphony. In recital, he performs at London’s Wigmore Hall, Chicago’s Harris Theater, the Celebrity Series of Boston, and in New York City with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Jerusalem Quartet, Howland Chamber Music Circle, and members of the New York Philharmonic, with whom he performs Dvorák’s piano quintet.

Born in Tel Aviv in 1979, Inon Barnatan started piano at the age of three and made his orchestral debut at eleven. His studies connect him to some of the last century’s most distinguished pianists and teachers: he studied with Professor Victor Derevianko, himself a pupil of Russian master Heinrich Neuhaus, before studying with Maria Curcio – a student of the legendary Artur Schnabel – and Christopher Elton at London’s Royal Academy of Music, and has since been taught and mentored by Leon Fleisher. In 2006 Barnatan moved to New York City, where he currently resides in a converted Harlem warehouse ... read full bio