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Pianist Inon Barnatan has rapidly gained international recognition for engaging and communicative performances that pair insightful interpretation with impeccable technique. Described by London’s Evening Standard as “a true poet of the keyboard”, Mr. Barnatan performs a diverse range of repertoire, encompassing both classical and contemporary composers, with the variety of the pieces he performs reflected in his being equally valued as a soloist, recitalist, chamber musician and recording artist. Since moving to the United States in 2006, Mr. Barnatan has made his orchestral debuts with the Cleveland Orchestra and the Houston, Philadelphia, and San Francisco Symphony Orchestras, and has performed in New York at Carnegie Hall, the 92nd Street Y, the Metropolitan Museum and Alice Tully Hall. In 2009 he was awarded a prestigious Avery Fisher Career Grant, an honor reflecting the strong impression he has made on the American music scene in such a short period of time.

Posted: Jun-6-2012
Featured Recording

Inon Barnatan is a born Schubertian who performs with sensitivity, poise, and focus (Gramophone). Schubert occupies a great deal of his 2013/14 season, including his second AVIE release of the two late Sonatas, D958 and D959. Inon's first release for AVIE, Darknesse Visible (AVR 2256) debuted in the Top 25 of the Billboard Traditional Classical Chart in its first week of release and received universal critical acclaim, including BBC Music Magazine s Instrumental Choice of the Month and a coveted place on the New York Times Best Classical Music Recordings of 2012.

Posted: Sep-12-2013