Inna Faliks's Memoir in the LA Review of Books
Herb Randall reviewed Weight in the Fingertips, which he calls “captivating” and “thoughtful” and “deeply wise in its contemplation of a life spent pursuing an individual musical voice true to the disparate components of her identity.” Read the full review at the LA Review of Books website.
A Conversation with Pianist Inna Faliks
Inna Faliks, professor of piano performance, sat down with on-air host John Banther of WETA, PBS for Washington D.C., to talk piano, memoir writing, and her forthcoming album, Manuscripts Don’t Burn.
Where Have All the Pianos Gone? Inna Faliks on the Necessity of Music Education
Writing for the Los Angeles Times, Professor Inna Faliks describes the importance of music education to nurturing young people’s souls, and how we might all create a more empathetic, robust society.
Inna Faliks' Memoir Charts the Artist's Journey
On October 14, Inna Falik's memoir Weight in the Fingertips will be published by Backbeat Books. It tells the globetrotting story of a child prodigy and her journey to the world stage.
Reimagine! Contemporary Piano Pieces with Inspiration from the Past
Pianist Inna Faliks’ project “Reimagine — nine world premieres” includes composers’ responses to Beethoven’s late Op. 126 Bagatelles as wella s Maurice Ravel’s Gaspard de la Nuit. Piano Street enjoyed her performance at the Cremona Musica and got the opportunity to talk to her about her ambitious project.
Inna Faliks: Music, History and Identity
Inna Faliks, the renowned concert pianist, and professor and head of the piano department at the School of Music reflects on how music helped her connect more deeply with her Jewish heritage.
Washington Post - Opinions: The future of classical music is Chinese
READ: Pianist Inna Faliks, professor of piano and head of our piano area, is a frequent guest artist in China. Discover her perspective on the thriving classical music scene in China. 
Culture Spot LA - Head of the Keyboard Department Inna Faliks Presents a New Take on Mahler’s Sixth Symphony
REVIEW: Pianists Inna Faliks and Daniel Schlosberg presented Mahler’s Sixth Symphony in a piano four-hands arrangement prepared by Alexander von Zemlinsky. It was a performance that stripped the music down to black and white, laying bare not only its formidable architectural unity, but also its teeth-clenching harmonies.