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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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Mozart, Prokofiev Bring Light and Full Elements to JSO Concert

There is much to be said about Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s (1756-1791) popularity. His music is one of the more recognizable, used in movies (Amadeus was loosely based on his life), Looney Tunes and commercials. The music is lighter in nature … Continue reading

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