Adam Satinsky, Principal Cello
Adam Satinsky, principal cello, began his cello studies at age 6. When he was 12, he won the concerto competition at Interlochen National Music Camp and began studying with Stephen Kates at Peabody Preparatory. There he received chamber music coaching from Earl Carlyss of the Juilliard Quartet and sat principal chair of the Peabody Institute Chamber Orchestra, performing a concerto with them shortly before beginning undergraduate work at the Eastman School of Music. Satinsky received a bachelor's degree and Performer's Certificate from Eastman and in his senior year won first prize at the American String Teachers Association national competition.
From 1992-95, he was in Janos Starker's studio at Indiana University where he earned an Artist's Diploma and won the concerto competition. He also performed at Merkin Hall with the I.U. New Music Ensemble and attended the Marlboro Music Festival for two summers. Satinsky has held the principal position in the Charleston Symphony and played summers at the Grand Teton, Bellingham and Colorado music festivals. He has been featured as a recitalist in concert series in Vermont, New York, Maryland and Iowa. An extensive biography, upcoming performances and audio MP3 samples can be found at his website, www.adamsatinsky.com. Satinsky has been principal cellist with the Naples Philharmonic Orchestra since 1997.
Adam Satinsky is underwritten by
Dan & Betsy Ferguson.