The Harrison-Frank Family Foundation

Andrej Kapor

Andrej Kapor graduated at the Historical Performance Department of the Royal Academy of Music (London) in 2019 as a student of Matthew Truscott and Rachel Podger. His studies on modern violin were completed at the Liszt Academy Budapest and Sibelius Academy Helsinki.
He has taken part in the recordings of several award-winning albums on historical instruments – most recently the compelete symphonies of Beethoven and late symphonies of Schubert with Jordi Savall and Le Concert des Nations. He has been playing as a leader/section leader in La Nuova Musica, Nordic Baroque Orchestra, Orfeo Orchestra, Theresia Orchestra, Aura Musicale and the Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester. Other ensembles he is regularly working with include the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Academy of Ancient Music, Holland Baroque, La Serenissima, Solomon’s Knot, Opera Settecento, Aura Musicale, Alma Mahler Kammerorchester and the European Philharmonic of Switzerland.
Andrej is a well-established player as a soloist on baroque and modern instruments too. He has appeared as a soloist with Concerto Budapest, Savaria Symphonic Orchestra, Duna Symphonic Orchestra among others – performing works by Sibelius, Beethoven, Saint-Saens, Mendelssohn, Mozart, etc. A recent highlight has been Bach’s complete Brandenburg Concerti with Aura Musicale where he had his debut on violino piccolo as well.
As a chamber musician he has performed a wide range of repertoire as a member of the Tourte Quartet and other partners in venues such as St. Martin in the Fields London, Palace of Arts and Liszt Academy Budapest, Conservatoire of Genéve.
He plays on a 1750 Tommaso Carcassi violin generously provided by the Harrison-Frank Family Foundation.