Combining "... poetry, warmth, feeling, imagination, sincerity... and a brilliant technique," Inbar Rothschild's playing
is inspired by the great Romantic tradition of her acclaimed musical ancestors, Pnina Salzman and Alfred Cortot.
In addition to an active career as a concert pianist and an avid chamber musician, Inbar is researching her musical heritage in the course of her Ph.D. studies at the Royal Academy of Music in London, capturing the living memory of Cortot's and Salzman's musical tradition in order to communicate it to the next generations.
"I suddenly feel the music entering me, not with its notes, but with its magic spell, its power to radiate, to communicate the unexplainable…
From this moment on, I understood how to bring music to life and that an interpreter can transcend being a pianist. I knew, I saw, and I believed. I was enchanted."