Monthly Archives: January 2012

Pianist Inon Barnatan Captures Grace of Tchaikovsky at JSO Concert

Pyotr Ilich Tchaikovsky’s (1840-1893) Piano Concerto No. 2 op. 44 in G major is not considered as popular as his first concerto. However, in terms of technicality and exquisiteness, it is an amazing piece. It is only fair of me … Continue reading

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Interview: Pianist Inon Barnatan

Pianist Inon Barnatan has continued to impress music enthusiasts around the world for the last two-plus decades. The Israeli-born musician has an extensive repertoire ranging from Beethoven to Tchaikovsky. The 32-year-old cannot quite pinpoint when he’s been performing professionally because, … Continue reading

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Joshua Bell Wows JSO Audience with Bruch Violin Concerto

Violinist Joshua Bell was the featured performer for the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra’s concert this past weekend. The audience that arrived for the sold-out performance (the choral terrace seats were opened to comply with the demand) and sat through the first … Continue reading

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