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Inon Barnatan wins kudos in Spoleto

06.14.10
Inon Barnatan
21C Media Group

From 21C Media Group

Fresh from London's Wigmore Hall and the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, pianist Inon Barnatan returned to the States this month for his Spoleto Festival debut. The Charleston City Paper singled him out in its review: "It was a particular joy to hear Inon Barnatan, in his first series appearance at the piano.A real rising star in the piano world, he's an absolutely fabulous chamber musician, with a subtle and supremely expressive touch that takes your breath away. You've really gotta come hear this guy; they'll be showing him off in all four of the remaining series programs." Critic Kyle MacMillan selected Barnatan in the Denver Post as one of his "Ten Noteworthy Performers" to hear this summer when he makes his Philadelphia Orchestra debut at Bravo! Vail Valley and plays a recital in Aspen

  • June 6-13: Spoleto Festival USA 2010; chamber music
  • June 15: Washington Performing Arts Society; recital with Alisa Weilerstein
  • July 11-13: Bravo! Vail Valley Music Festival;  Philadelphia Orchestra debut; Gershwin: Cto. in F
  • July 25-27: Music@Menlo; chamber music with Sasha Cooke, Miró Quartet+
  • August 11: Aspen Music Festival recital; Beethoven, Britten, Ravel, Schubert

For more information, visit InonBarnatan.com or the Opus 3 Artists web site.