16.4.2018 Athens Concert Hall 18.4.2018 Thessaloniki Concert Hall 20.4.2018 Sofia Philharmonic Concert Hall 23.4.2018 Romanian Atheneum 25.4.2018 Savva Center Belgrade Founded in April, 2009, Hangzhou Philharmonic Orchestra (HPO) has established itself as one of most promising and exciting symphony orchestras in China. HPO aimed to become a first-class symphony orchestra at home and famed one…
Athens and the Odeon of Herodes Atticus will be the next station of China Philharmonic Orchestra’s “Silk Road” tour. On Wednesday, August 19th, the internationally renowned orchestra under the direction of conductor and artistic director Long Yu, promises us a magical night by performing the notorious “Polovtsian Dances” from Alexander Borodin’s opera “Prince Igor”, He…
“ADAGIO” – MUSIC FOR EASTER Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: – Symphony in g minor, K. 183 – Requiem Mass, in d minor Myrtò Papatanasiu soprano Theodora Baka mezzo-soprano Juan Sancho tenor Vito Priante bass Arnold Schoenberg Choir Chorus master: Erwin Ortner Athens State Orchestra Conductor: Vassilis Christopoulos
Greek Turkish Youth Orchestra is actually an educational program. The idea of forming this enasemble originated from the conviction of music lover Leni Konialidis, that playing music in a group generates harmony and friendship in human relations.
The first Greek orchestra ever to appear at the Proms, Armonia Atenea is joined by its Artistic Director George Petrou to present a programme with an appropriately classical flavour.
The famous Latvia State Choir at the Athens Concert Hall (Megaron) with Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and Zubin Mehta conducting.
Orchestre National de France with the pianist Dimitris Sgouros and the violinist Julian Rachlin conducted by Vassily Sinaisky
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
Cinema music by the famous Muenchner Symphoniker in Athens Concert Hall
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)