Arts at Emory invites you to go classical on March 28 with international pianist Inon Barnatan and cellist Alisa Weilerstein. The U.S.-based, Israel-bred Barnatan has been called “a true poet of the keyboard,” praised for both his technical talents and his sensitive phrasing. Barnatan recently was named the New York Philharmonic’s first artist-in-association, a position that will highlight his music-making over several consecutive seasons. Weilerstein, who comes from Rochester, N.Y., was a 2011 MacArthur fellow and is considered one of today’s most exciting artists. “Whatever she plays sounds custom-composed for her, as if she has a natural affinity with everything,” says New York magazine. Experience chamber music at its best with this duo. See them at Emerson Concert Hall in the Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts on campus. One performance only!

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About Kathy Janich

Kathy Janich is a longtime arts journalist who has been seeing, working in or writing about the performing arts for most of her life. She's a member of the Theatre Communications Group, the Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas, Americans for the Arts and the National Arts Marketing Project. Full disclosure: She’s also an artistic associate at Synchronicity Theatre.

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