W.A.Mozart: Cosi Fan Tutte Thessaloniki Concert hall Director : Daniele Abbado Set design, costums: Gianni Carluccio Conductor: Nikos Athinaios A Phormigx, Arena di Verona, TCH production
A Phormigx, Teatro delle Muse Ancona, Thessaloniki Concert Hall production Stephen Medcalf, Director Isabella Bywater, Set design & Costums Simon Corder, Lights Nikos Athinaios, Conductor
Centro Cultural CCM Virtuosi di Praga Solist: Vicente Campos, trumpet
A hymn to the Olympic spirit, noble friendship and adoring devotion, Pietro Metastasio’s libretto for L’Olimpiade proved something of a goldmine for the 18th-century theatrical scene, notching up a grand total of 50 complete ‘remakes’ and hundreds of partial musical settings.
From June 23rd to 26th, the SFNCC came to life, and it transformed itself into an open and accessible space for everyone, as the four-day event embraced performances and other programs by internationally renowned artists from Greece and around the world.
Sinfonia Varsovia conducted by Krzysztof Penderecki Krzysztof Penderecki, Agnus Dei (transciption for strings) Polymorphia (1961) for 48 strings Concerto for viola and orchestra (transcribed for cello and orchestra, 1983) Soloist: Danjulo Ishizaka, cello Symphony no. 2 (1979-1980)
Nikos Karathanos – Markellos Chryssikopoulos Salomé 29-30 June & 1-2 July A baroque drama, expertly performed by talented artists Nikos Karathanos and Markellos Chryssikopoulos, based on an erotic oratorio by Alessandro Stradella, combining baroque and oriental instrumentation by the Latinitas Nostra music ensemble. “Considering baroque a melting pot where all contradictory concepts blend (the low…
A Boris Eifman ballet dedicated to the life and the creative work of great sculptors Auguste Rodin and his apprentice, lover and muse Camille Claudel.
Boris Eifman’s ballet, Red Giselle, is based on the life of Russian prima ballerina Olga Spessivtseva. The ballet follows her rise to prominence during the Russian Revolution and her fall to madness in Paris. 7-10 February at the Athens Concert Hall.
One of the leading Czech orchestras, the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra (PRSO) is also one of the oldest. Thanks to its imaginative programming and ever improving artistic standards it has earned an important position in Czech concert life. At the same time it is a welcome guest at concert halls abroad. The PRSO’s tradition dates…