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Kantorow Alexandre © Sasha Gusov

Alexandre Kantorow, Klavier

Thursday 13 April 2023
19:30 – ca. 21:15
Großer Saal



Alexandre Kantorow, Klavier


Johannes Brahms

Sonate Nr. 1 C-Dur op. 1 (1852–1853)


Franz Liszt

Der Wanderer S 558/11 (Bearbeitung für Klavier nach Franz Schubert D 649) (1819/1837–1838)

Der Müller und der Bach S 565/2 (Bearbeitung für Klavier nach Franz Schubert D 795/19) (1823/1846)

Frühlingsglaube S 558/7 (Bearbeitung für Klavier nach Franz Schubert D 686) (1820–1822/1837–1838)

Die Stadt S 560/1 (Bearbeitung für Klavier nach Franz Schubert D 957/11) (1828/1838–1839)

Am Meer S 560/4 (Bearbeitung für Klavier nach Franz Schubert D 957/12) (1828/1838–1839)

Franz Schubert

Fantasie C-Dur D 760 »Wanderer-Fantasie« (1822)



Franz von Vecsey

Valse triste (Bearbeitung für Klavier: Georges Cziffra)

Franz Liszt

Litanei auf das Fest aller Seelen S 562/1 (Bearbeitung für Klavier nach Franz Schubert D 343) (1840)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Alla Turca »Türkischer Marsch« (Sonate A-Dur K 300i) (Bearbeitung: Arcadi Volodos) (1781–1783)

Franz Liszt

Ständchen S 558/9 (Bearbeitung für Klavier nach Franz Schubert D 957/4) (1828/1837–1838)

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»Liszt reincarnated«

Like many of his colleagues, the 25-year-old pianist Alexandre Kantorow made a name for himself early on. But what makes him stand out among all the piano talents is his artistic unconditionality. Three years ago, this led to him becoming the first French pianist to win the gold medal at the Tchaikovsky Competition. Further international successes followed, and his Liszt interpretations in particular bear witness to the fact that the verdict of one magazine that he is quasi »Liszt reincarnated« is not a marketing slogan. Kantorow has already performed several times at the Vienna Konzerthaus, and now he is making his recital debut in the Great Hall: naturally with music by Franz Liszt.

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