Rachmaninoff, Prokofiev, Scriabin with Inna Faliks

Close Encounters With Music’s new article features a Q & A with Inna, highlighting her March 23rd performance at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center in Great Barrington, MA.

Q.  You are often called an “adventurous” artist. What does it take to be adventurous in an age when everything has been tried and heard?
A.  I think being adventurous has to be in the personality of the performer. If one is trying hard to be adventurous, the result can come out forced, inorganic. I just am who I am, I think. I know I am passionate about music, about people, about art and sharing the art and having a large well of emotions and experiences to draw from. I think that communicating the essence of the music to the audience makes the music relevant, and to me, communication is the most important part of a performance. 
Read the full article here.
  1. Rzewski "The People United Shall Never Be Defeated" (excerpt, improvised cadenza) Inna Faliks 8:36
  2. Mozart Piano Concerto #20 - I Inna Faliks with Chamber Orchestra of St. Matthews 15:12
  3. Mozart Piano Concerto #20 - II Inna Faliks with Chamber Orchestra of St. Matthews 10:27
  4. Mozart Piano Concerto #20 - III Inna Faliks with Chamber Orchestra of St. Matthews 8:26