Brahms Cycle (II)

Brahms’ longest work is also one of his most esoteric and evocative. The choice of German rather than Latin is symbolic of the composer’s intentions to express his innermost feelings on the tragedy of human existence in the most heartfelt way possible. This solemn musical rite sets a singular tone for Holy Week.

Wed., 16 Apr. 2014 20:30

Megaron – The Athens Concert Hall

Christos Lambrakis Hall
A German Requiem, for soloists, choir and orchestra, Op.45
Susanne Bernhard , soprano
Jochen Kupfer , bass
Vassilis Christopoulos

Motetten Chor Munich

(Chorus Master: Benedikt Haag)

Pre-concert talk, free for ticket holders



Student/Concessions: € 8,5-6,5

Zone C: € 11

Zone B: € 20

Zone A: € 28

Grand Tier: € 40


The purchase of tickets for all the concerts of a cycle will entitle the ticket holder to THREE FREE OF CHARGE tickets (of the same price zone) of his choice for other concerts of the Athens State Orchestra at Megaron – The Athens Concert Hall. In case the purchased tickets are of different price zones, the complimentary ones will be of the lowest price zone. This offer does not apply for the co-productions with Megaron.