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12.17.13
Inon Barnatan & Alisa Weilerstein, Inon Barnatan, Alisa Weilerstein
A Memorable Recital by Alisa Weilerstein and Inon Barnatan
Seen and Heard International
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
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01.09.13
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Review: Cellist Alisa Weilerstein wows audience with Schubert Club debut
Pioneer Press
01.09.13
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Playing well with each other
Star Tribune
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
06.13.10
Inon Barnatan & Alisa Weilerstein, Inon Barnatan, Alisa Weilerstein
Tears and Trembling at Dock Street
Charletston City Paper
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
01.27.10
Inon Barnatan & Alisa Weilerstein
Cellist Weilerstein and pianist Barnatan share mastery in Cleveland recital
Cleveland Plain Dealer
01.25.10
Inon Barnatan & Alisa Weilerstein, Inon Barnatan, Alisa Weilerstein
ALISA WEILERSTEIN & INON BARNATAN IN D.C.
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
12.11.08
Inon Barnatan & Alisa Weilerstein, Inon Barnatan, Alisa Weilerstein
Double Impact
San Francisco Classical Voice
12.10.08
Inon Barnatan & Alisa Weilerstein, Alisa Weilerstein
A Passionate Young Cellist Engages the Ear and the Eye
The New York Times
“The pair closed with Chopin’s Sonata for Cello and Piano, a work of such fiendish difficulty that even Chopin was convinced that parts of it might be unplayable. Ms. Weilerstein and Mr. Barnatan put that notion to rest with their poise and passion, and they returned amid thunderous applause.” New York Times ... read full bio