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Beethoven Piano Trio No. 1

Naples Philharmonic Sypert Salon Series

Daniels Pavilion

Alexandre Kantorow, piano
© Baptiste Millot
Image of Geoffrey Day of the Naples Philharmonic on stage playing violin during a performance
Image of Adam Satinksy of the Naples Philharmonic on stage during a performance
Image of Suzannah Chalik of the Naples Philharmonic on stage playing viola during a performance
Image of John Marcy of the Naples Philharmonic on stage playing violin during a performance
Image of David Mastrangelo of the Naples Philharmonic on stage playing a violin during a performance
Image of Boris Sandler of the Naples Philharmonic on stage playing a violin during a performance
Dec 8, 3:00pm – Dec 10, 3:00pm
Daniels Pavilion 3:00pm
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Beethoven Piano Trio No. 1

Naples Philharmonic Chamber Musicians
Sypert Salon Series


Alexandre Kantorow, piano
David Mastrangelo, violin
Geoffrey Day, violin
Suzannah Chalick, viola
Adam Satinsky, cello
Boris Sandler, violin
John Marcy, cello

Chopin — Fantaisie in F Minor
Purcell — Fantasias for String Quartet
Beethoven — Piano Trio, Op. 1, No. 1


Special guest musician Alexandre Kantorow joins this Naples Philharmonic chamber ensemble to perform Chopin’s Fantaisie in F Minor and Beethoven’s Piano Trio. The Piano Trio was published in 1795 and was some of Beethoven’s first compositions seen by the public.

The Sypert Salon Series is generously sponsored by Drs. George Sypert and Joy Arpin.

Alexandre Kantorow

Alexandre Kantorow


At just 16 years old, Alexandre Kantorow was invited to play for La Folle Journée in Nantes and Warsaw with the Sinfonia Varsovia. Since then, he has played with many orchestras, such as the Kansai Philharmonic Orchestra with Augustin Dumay, the National Symphony Orchestra in Taipei, the Orchestre national des Pays de la Loire, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Liège, the Orquesta Sinfónico Nacional de Colombia and others.

In 2015, Kantorow appeared in the opening season at the new Philharmonic Hall in Paris with the Pasdeloup Orchestra, and he returned in 2018 for the first concert of a tour with the Orchestre national d’Île-de-France. Kantorow gave his second recital at the Vuitton Foundation after a very successful recital of Russian music in 2016, which has since been recorded by BIS. BIS has offered Kantorow carte blanche with his choice in repertoire and, among his projects with them, all the works for piano and orchestra of Camille Saint-Saëns. In June 2019, Kantorow won first place at the 16th International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow, Russia — the first French pianist to have placed first in the history of the competition.

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