Stefanos Tsialis, Tasos Apostolou, Petros Magoulas

Greek Revolution II

Three different centuries (the 19th , 20th and 21st), three different composers (Berlioz, Kalomiris and Gourzi), three different styles, three different works. However, they all share the same —or at least a similar— thematic starting point: Greek heroism as manifested in the 1821 Revolution (and elsewhere), and in Leventia as an ethical stance and approach to living. A 'high-toned' concert as emotionally charged and glorious as the Greek struggle for freedom demands.

Thu., 25 Mar. 2021 19:00

Megaron – The Athens Concert Hall

Christos Lambrakis Hall
KONSTANTIA GOURZI
(1962)
The dance of 21, order of the Athens State Orchestra for the 200th anniversary of the Greek Revolution
ECTOR BERLIOZ
(1803–1869)
The Greek Revolution, heroic scene
MANOLIS KALOMIRIS
(1883–1962)
Symphony no. 1 for choir and orchestra, 'Leventia Symphony' in C Minor
SOLOIST
Petros Magoulas, bass
Tasos Apostolou, bass
CONDUCTOR
Stefanos Tsialis
PARTICIPATION

Greek Radio Choir
Athens Municipal Choir