Tag Archives: Alisa Weilerstein

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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Antonin Dvořák, Jean Sibelius and Chloë Hanslip Bring Enchantment to JSO Stage

For ones who attend many symphonies, they may note there is a recurring theme of young soloists gracing the orchestra stages. That is because these young artists have shown they are not the next “hot” item, but have proven their … Continue reading

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2011-2012 Symphony Season Openers

Symphony Orchestras across the country are bustling to complete the final preparations for their opening concert. The brochures have been printed and mailed (or put online), subscribers’ tickets are sent, contracts for guest performers have been sealed, and the music, … Continue reading

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