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ONASSIS CULTURAL CENTRE

6th December 2016
In Vain


 Georg Friedrich Haas, In vain (2000)
for 24 instruments

Conducted by Kasper de Roo

 



MEGARON - THE ATHENS CONCERT HALL

4th and 5th February 2017
Children‛s Megaron
Music stories for children and "clever" adults


 HK Gruber, Frankenstein!! (1976-77)
Thomas Adès, Living Toys (1993)
Alexandros Mouzas, Small conspiracies (...for bad children;-) (2017)

Soloist: Tassis Christoyannis

Conducted by Kasper de Roo

 



MEGARON - THE ATHENS CONCERT HALL

17th February 2017
+Aesthises
Narcissus
, a music drama for scent and musicians

 Calliope Tsoupakis
Narcissus (2013) for instruments and scents

 



MEGARON - THE ATHENS CONCERT HALL

10th April 2017
Adagio - Music for the Easter
Tribute to Arvo Pärt


 Mozart-Adagio (1992/2005)

Spiegel im Spigel (1978)

Summa (1977/1991)

My heart‛s in the Highlands (2000)

Fratres (1977/1985/1989)

Stabat Mater (1985) 

Soloists: Artemis Bogri, soprano
Nikos Spanatis, counter tenor
Vassilis Kavagias, tenor

Conducted by Nikos Tsouchlos

 

 

GREEK NATIONAL OPERA ALTERNATIVE STAGE
STAVROS NIARCHOS FOUNDATION CULTURAL CENTER

 4, 6 June 2017

 Argyris Kounadis, The gum coffin

 

Director: Victor Ardittis

Sets-costumes: Antonis Daglidis
Movement: Iris Nikolaou
With: Vangelis Maniatis, Giorgos Roupas, Nikos Stefanou, Athina Kastrinaki

Conducted by Nikos Vassiliou

 

GREEK NATIONAL OPERA ALTERNATIVE STAGE
STAVROS NIARCHOS FOUNDATION CULTURAL CENTER

 18, 20 June 2017

Giorgos Koumendakis, The day will come…

 

Director: Ektoras Lygizos
Installation-costumes: Petros Touloudis
With: Dionyssis Sourbis (blind singer), Myrsini Margariti (Helen of Troy)

Conducted by Zoe Tsokanou

 

 

ATHENS FESTIVAL

 24 June 2017


 "MADNESS"

Ergon Ensemble returns to the Athens Festival with a performance on the theme of madness. Paris Mexis directs three classics of the contemporary music repertoire, performed by the much-vaunted baritone Holger Falk and the rising soprano Artemis Bogri, under the baton of the permanent associate of the team, internationally acclaimed conductor Kasper De Roo. Audiences will enjoy Iannis Xenakis’ Cassandra (1987) for baritone and percussion, which forms part of the composers’ remarkable opera, Oresteia. Thomas Larcher’s My Illness Is the Medicine I Need is a piece for soprano, piano, violin, and cello (2002/2013), based on inner monologues of mental patients. Peter Maxwell Davies’ Eight Songs for a Mad King (1969), for a male voice and an ensemble, explores the mental illness of King George III of the United Kingdom.

 

Director-Set Costumes: Paris Mexis

Light Design: Sakis Birbilis

Aristic Direction: Alexandros Mouzas

Soloists: Holger Falk, baritone,

Artemis Bogri, soprano

Conducted by Kasper De Roo

 

 

 

 

 

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