One music, many faces

With the kind support of the French Institute, Greece

Acknowledged internationally as one of the most talented conductors of the new generation, the German Eckehard Stier presents his personal take on Berlioz's emblematic Symphonie Fantastique, a landmark in 19th-century music. The concert's three remaining works—two of which feature the celebrated clarinettist, Dimitri Ashkenazy—provide us with the perfect opportunity to familiarize ourselves with different aspects of the music produced in France during the turbulent 20th century.

Fri., 22 May. 2015 20:30

Megaron – The Athens Concert Hall

Christos Lambrakis Hall
NAJI HAKIM
(b.1955)
Hymn of the universe (1997)
CLAUDE DEBUSSY
(1862–1918)
First Rhapsody for clarinet and orchestra
DARIUS MILHAUD
1892-1974
Scaramouche, suite for clarinet and orchestra, opus 165d
HECTOR BERLIOZ
(1803–1869)
Symphonie Fantastique, opus 14
SOLOIST
Dimitri Ashkenazy, clarinet
CONDUCTOR
Eckehard Stier

19:45
Pre-concert talk, free for ticket holders

 

TICKETS INFORMATION

25€ (Grand Tier), 15€ (Zone Α), 10€ (Zone B+C), 5€ (Students, young people, unemployed, individuals with special needs)