Musical evening in the courtyard of the Nafplio Art Gallery, under the music of Beethoven, Schumann and Bartok, in a unique recital with cello and piano.
Alexis Karaiskakis-Nastos is one of the most dynamic and enthusiastic cellists of a new generation of Greek musicians. He plays both modern and baroque cello in the same comfort, with his repertoire ranging from early baroque to contemporary music. Together with Alexandra Papastefanou on the piano, they present musical works by Beethoven, Schumann, Bartók and the courtyard of the National Gallery vibrates.
Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 – 1827)
Sonata work 5 No.2 in sol minor solos for fortepiano and cello obligkato
Allegro molto più tosto presto
Robert Schumann (1810 – 1856)
Fantasiestücke work 73 for cello and piano
Zart und mit Ausdruck – Lebhaft, Leicht – Rasch und mit Feuer
Béla Bartók (1881 – 1945)
Jocul cu bâtă
Alexis Karaiskakis-Nastos, cello
Alexandra Papastefanou, piano
National Gallery, Nafplion Annex
23, Sidiras Merarchias Str. Nafplio, T +30 27520 21915 & 21935
To attend the events, make a reservation at the offices of DOPPAT, located at Asklipiou Avenue (Villa Zymbrakaki)
Τ +30 27520 27153
Τ +30 27520 27153
Did you know that?
Alexis Karaiskakis-Nastos has done heavy music studies in Paris (with honors) and since 2018 he has been the artistic director of the international music festival Samos of the Schwarz Foundation, while by the Union of Theater and Music Critics he was awarded in 2011, as the "best newly appearing artist of the year".
Alexandra Papastefanou was born in Trikala, Thessaly, in a family of musicians -her mother Terpsichore Papastefanou, director of the then well-known Trikala Chorus, gave her her first piano lessons. At the age of 7 she gave her first recital in the Parnassos Hall in Athens. She has done great studies in Russia and the USA, while she has been honored with the "Motsenigou" Award of the Academy of Athens.
The Festival will take place following the special instructions of the health authorities, with priority given to public health and with a sense of responsibility towards the public and the artists.
Co-organizer is the Region of Peloponnese.