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USA Tour – Inon Barnatan and Alisa Weilerstein
1-19 March 2013
Inon Barnatan: Piano
Alisa Weilerstein: Cello
Andrew Haveron: Director
1 March – Santa Monica, CA – Buy Tickets
2 March – La Jolla, CA – Buy Tickets
3 March – Aliso Viejo, CA – Buy Tickets
4 March – Ventura, CA – Buy Tickets
5 March – Tucson, AZ – Buy Tickets
6 March – Scottsdale, AZ – Buy Tickets
8 March – Worcester, MA – Buy Tickets
9 March – Purchase, NY – Buy Tickets
10 March – Flushing, NY – Buy Tickets
12 March – Naples, FL - Buy Tickets
13 March – Gainesville, FL – Buy Tickets
14 March – Columbus, GA – Buy Tickets
16 March – Winter Park, FL – Buy Tickets
17 March – Vero Beach, FL – Buy Tickets
18 March – Fort Lauderdale, FL – Buy Tickets
19 March – West Palm Beach, FL – Buy Tickets
Programmes to include:
Britten Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge Op.10
Haydn Cello Concerto No.1 in C major
Haydn Symphony No.45 in F-sharp minor ‘Farewell’
Haydn Symphony No.44 in E minor ‘Trauer’
Bach Piano Concerto No.1 in D minor BWV1052
"Despite the apparent technical ease with which the music flowed, this was a superbly controlled performance with conductor Ian Brown seamlessly integrating the soloists to great effect with the well-drilled Academy of St Martin's in the Fields chamber orchestra. There are many difficulties in this work, which make performances as dazzling and faultless as this a rarity."
Susan Nickalls, The Scotsman
"[Murray Perahia’s] gestures are flowing and demonstrative, and they brought forth a performance with the same shapeliness and zest that characterized the concertos. The orchestra produced a lovely sound, section for section, and often played with the cohesiveness of a chamber ensemble."
Alan Koznin, New York Times