The joy of living - Slavic Soul I

This opening concert introduces one of the two main thematic threads running through the Athens State Orchestra's concerts this season: works by Slavic composers from central and eastern Europe. The orchestra's new artistic director, Stefanos Tsialis, conducts two celebrated symphonic works by the great Czech composer Antonín Dvorák along with the lyrical first piano concerto by the 'poet of the piano', Frédéric Chopin, with the ever-fascinating pianist Thodoris Tzovanakis.

Fri., 3 Oct. 2014 20:30

Megaron – The Athens Concert Hall

Christos Lambrakis Hall
ANTONlN DVORAK
(1841–1904)
Carnival, overture for orchestra, opus 92
FREDERIC CHOPIN
(1810–1849)
Concerto for piano and orchestra no.1 in E minor, opus 11
ANTONlN DVORAK
(1841–1904)
Symphony no.8 in G major, opus 88
SOLOIST
Theodore Tzovanakis, piano
CONDUCTOR
Stefanos Tsialis

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)