Picasso's Three Musicians, 1921

Students of the Permanent Chamber Music Workshop in concert

Tuition: Angelos Liakakis – Titos Gouvelis

Students of the of the Permanent Chamber Music Workshop interpret a chamber music programme with compositions by Béla Bartók, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Dmitry Shostakovich, Edward Elgar and Paul Hindemith.

All participants are young Musicians, with the tuition of the distinguished Musicians Angelos Liakakis and Titos Gouvelis, artistic partners for long.

Credits:
Béla Bartók’s composition: Daphne Mengou (clarinet), Rezarta Krougia (violin), Despina Manadakis (piano)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s composition: Elli Vassileiou (violin), Daphne Iliadi (cello), Marianna Nikolakopoulou (piano).
Dmitry Shostakovich’ composition: Tatiana Lytra (violin), Michalis Kontos (cello), Rea Moraiti (piano)
Edward Elgar’s composition: Eleni Papadopoulou (violin), Alexandra Nousia (violin), Christina Kaminari (viola), Lydia Panagiotarea (cello), Nikos Flokas (piano).
Paul Hindemith’s composition: Daphne Mengou (clarinet), Yvonni Melissa (violin), Persephone Aslanoglou (cello), Apostolia Anastasiou (piano).

Wed., 1 Jun. 2022 21:00

Megaron – The Athens Concert Hall

Dimitris Mitropoulos Hall
BELA BARTOK
(1881–1945)
Contrasts for Violin, Clarinet and Piano, Sz. 111, BB 116
WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
(1756–1791)
Piano Trio in D minor, K.442, Triosätze, completed by Maximilian Stadler
DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH
(1906–1975)
Piano Trio No. 2 in E minor, for violin, cello and piano, Op. 67
EDWARD ELGAR
(1857–1934)
Piano quintet in A minor, Op. 84
PAUL HINDEMITH
(1895 – 1963)
Clarinet and string quintet, Op. 30
PARTICIPATION

Daphne Mengou, clarinet

Rezarta Krougia, violin

Tatiana Lytra, violin

Yvonni Melissa, violin

Alexandra Nousia, violin

Eleni Papadopoulou, violin

Elli Vassileiou, violin

Christina Kaminari, viola

Persephone Aslanoglou, cello

Daphne Iliadi, cello

Michalis Kontos, cello

Lydia Panagiotarea, cello

Apostolia Anastasiou, piano

Nikos Flokas, piano

Despina Manadakis, piano

Rea Moraitis, piano

Marianna Nikolakopoulou, piano

TICKETS INFORMATION

ticket price: 10€ and 5€ (students)