Concerts with Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra; Kennedy Center SHIFT Festival

This April, Alisa Weilerstein returns for several U.S. dates with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.

On April 5, 6 & 11, Alisa highlights the Cello Concerto by Witold Lutosławski in the orchestra’s hometown. Music director Krzysztof Urbański conducts.

Then, on April 13, Alisa and the orchestra make their way to Washington, DC to perform as a part of the Kennedy Center’s SHIFT: A Festival of American Orchestras.

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Alisa and Inon Barnatan Perform at Carnegie Hall, premiering new work by Steven Mackey

Alisa Weilerstein and recital partner Inon Barnatan perform at Carnegie Hall on October 17 in a program that includes the world premiere Steven Mackey’s Through Your Fingers. Co-commissioned by Carnegie Hall and Wigmore Hall, Through Your Fingers is presented as part of Carnegie Hall’s 125 Commissions Project.

On his process for composing Through Your Fingers, Mackey states: “Writing for Alisa and Inon appealed to me precisely because of the potential—if not necessity—of doing something more intimate and detailed than the orchestral music and quartets I’ve composed over the past 20 years.

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Fall 2017 Preview: Tour Dates with Inon Barnatan, Performances in U.S. and Europe

This fall, Alisa Weilerstein embarks on a six-city, three-country recital tour with friend and frequent collaborator Inon Barnatan.

Together, they start on the east coast at Philadelphia’s Kimmel Center on October 16 presenting works by Mendelssohn, Debussy, De Falla, and Chopin.

Alisa and Inon then make their way to New York to realize the world premiere of Steven Mackey’s Through Your Fingers, a piece co-commissioned by Carnegie Hall, on October 17.

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