Pianist Inon Barnatan Performs Debussy, Schubert and More
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The last date listed for Inon Barnatan was Sunday March 24, 2013 / 7:00pm.
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Featured review from Jane Perkins
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Inon Barnatan has exquisite fluidity and grace at the piano. He is equally talented playing very gentle passages and yet can explode with tremendous power. Very enjoyable. I look forward to seeing him again and adding his cd's to my collection.
Claude Debussy: “Suite Bergamasque”__
Benjamin Britten: Ronald Stevenson “Peter Grimes Fantasy”
Thomas Adès: “Darknesse Visible”
__Maurice Ravel: “La Valse”
Franz Schubert: Sonata in A Major, D.959
About the Ticket Supplier: Steinway Society of the Bay Area
Founded in 1994, Steinway Society—The Bay Area is a non-profit volunteer-based presenting organization. Its mission: “To promote excellence in piano performance and music education in the Bay Area.” The organization is now recognized as one of the gems in the cultural life of San Jose and the south Bay Area by offering a unique set of piano recitals in an intimate setting. In addition to presenting a piano series, the organization has an educational arm that reaches out to assist young pianists in need with financial aid, provides scholarships to various music programs, and produces a program in collaboration with Arts Express called “History of Piano Music in America.”