Why See Seattle Symphony - Inon Barnatan?
Inon Barnatan Performs A Rousing Solo Program
Fresh from a three year stint as the New York Philharmonic's Artist-in-Association, the Seattle Symphony welcomes Israeli/American ivory-tickling icon Inon Barnatan for an arresting program of solo piano pieces. The last decade has seen a rise of meteoric proportions for the dynamic young performer, reflected in accomplished and dynamic performances with the world's leading orchestras on stages at Carnegie Hall and London's Wigmore Hall, as well as his win of prestigious 2009 Avery Fisher Career Grant and the Martin E. Segal Award.
From Bach to Brahms, this one-night-only program is sure to highlight Banatan's powerful yet delicate key touch, erudite musicality, poetic lyricism and immaculate technique. Able to switch from one stylistic world to another effortlessly, the classical superstar will weave together the Italian-style sonata movements of Handel's Allemande from Suite in E major, the exquisite sarabande theme of Thomas Ade's Blanca Variations and the virtuosic, demanding showpiece that is Barber's Fugue from Sonata in E-flat minor, amongst other dazzling works!
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