Nafplion Festival is one of the most important classical music festivals in Balkans.
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Conducted by Markellos ChrysikopoulosDirected by Apostolia Papadimaki Sets – Costumes Katerina – Christina Manolakou Lighting Philipos Koutsaftis Latinitas Nostra Baroque Ensemble Monteverdi’s last and most important work is as human as it is ground-breaking. Thanks to an innovative libretto which takes liberties with its material, and a score which combines the moving with the sensual and…
Centro Cultural CCM Virtuosi di Praga Solist: Vicente Campos, trumpet
Ludwig van Beethoven: Leonore (n. 3), opus 72 Symphony n. 3 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Concert for clarinet, KV 622 Soloist: Philippe Berrod clarinet Orchestre de Paris Conductor: Christoph Eschenbach
Based on the novel by Tolstoy, this production is a breathtaking creation by Boris Eifman, the Russian choreographer who combines in a remarkable way the intensely expressive nature of modern dance with the severe formal characteristics of the classical ballet. Choreography: Boris Eifman Music: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky Special Effect: Leonid Eremin Set designer: Zinovij Margolin…
Cinema music by the famous Muenchner Symphoniker in Athens Concert Hall
Benedetto Marcello: Cassandra Latinitas Nostra, Markellos Chrysikopoulos Vasistas Ioanna Forti as Cassandra Performed in Music in Rhodes Festival
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)
L’Olimpiade is an opera libretto in three acts by Metastasio that was originally written for Antonio Caldara’s 1733 opera. Following Caldara’s success, more than 60 baroque and classical composers used the libretto in their own renditions. Enjoy this opera at the Athens Concert Hall on March 4. The popularity of Caldara’s opera certainly gave Metastasio’s…
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.