Inna Faliks press reviews
Inna Faliks filled Chopin's Sonata No. 2 with fervent thrust, lyrical warmth and concentration, and extracting seductive charm and gleaming sonorities from Liszt’s "La Campanella ... she molded a boldly inflected performance of Beethoven"
Donald Rosenberg, The Plain Dealer (Cleveland)
"Faliks, who performs all over the world, knocked the socks off this difficult work with focused accuracy
and zero histrionics. The orchestra responded with equal poise."
The State (Columbia, SC)
Poetry…A kind of panoramic vision that looks ahead almost
to the world of Gustav Mahler emerged in Faliks’ performance of Beethoven’s Sonata Opus 111…"
Joseph McLellan, Washington Post
" A delight to hear…Riveting…
passion and playfulness, warmly poetic."
Phil Greenfield, Baltimore Sun
"Inna Faliks began with Bach's Fugue in G Sharp Minor, which projected a great conviction and majestic conception from the first note. Beethoven's Bagatelles op.126 also demonstrated a mature musical personality, which revealed the six miniatures and their inner content sharply defined without exaggeration. In the Sonata op 111 Faliks played with the courage to take risks and with an expressive intensity, which went beyond her technical perfection and showed a musician at rest within herself, as she constructed her interpretation with clear vision."
General - Anzeiger, Bonn, Germany