At the threshold of the 20th century II - We and the world VII

With the kind support of the German Embassy in Athens
In collaboration with the French Embassy in Athens and the French Institute of Greece

Both Debussy’s atmospheric Nocturnes and Strauss’s ambitious tone poem Don Quixote are typical works of the late 19th century, a period of anxious searching in the arts which opened up new modes of expression. In keeping with the spirit of Easter, the Athens State Orchestra will also be ‘chanting’ an alternative ‘Christos Anesti’ [Christ has risen] as it was re-imagined in the fertile imagination of the fine composer, Petros Petridis.

Fri., 6 May. 2016 20:30

Megaron – The Athens Concert Hall

Christos Lambrakis Hall
PETROS PETRIDIS
(1892–1977)
Chorale and variations on ‘Christos Anesti’ for strings.
CLAUDE DEBUSSY
(1862–1918)
Three Nocturnes
RICHARD STRAUSS
(1864–1949)
Don Quixote, opus 35
SOLOIST
Gabriel Schwabe, cello
Paris Anastasiadis, viola
CONDUCTOR
Stefanos Tsialis
PARTICIPATION

ERT Choir (coached and conducted by Natassa Aggelopoulou) 

19:45
Free introductory talk for ticket holders

 

TICKETS INFORMATION

€25, €15, €10 and €5 (concessions)