Ten in the evening is hardly common time for a classical music concert. Especially, for one set at a most charming New York penthouse, surrounded by the hum of the Midtown skyline and accompanied by a glass of Pinot. This Saturday, I’ll be stopping by at a highly anticipated debut at Mostly Mozart festival to listen to an eclectic piano selection by Israeli virtuoso Inon Barnatan. Set in the intimate flair of Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse, the evening is bringing what Washington Post summed up as “intelligence, musicality, and storytelling ability”.

The program

  1. Handel: Chaconne in G major
  2. Bach: Allemande, from Partita No. 4
  3. Rameau: Courante
  4. Couperin: L’Atalante
  5. Ravel: Rigaudon
  6. Thomas Adès: Blanca Variations
  7. Ligeti: Musica ricercata Nos. 11 and 10
  8. Barber: Fugue from Sonata, Op. 26

What I’ll be wearingIMG_1804

  1. Hat: Zara,
  2. Sweatshirt: COS,
  3. Shorts: Zara,
  4. Tote: Arthurious,
  5. Phone case: Arthurious


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