KOTH AT THE CONCERT HALL

WORKS OF MICHAILIDIS, CHATZIS & BORODIN

T.C.H. IN COOPERATION WITH THESSALONIKI STATE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

S. Michailidis: Dawn at the Parthenon
Chr. Chatzis: Pyrrhic dances for the viola, percussion and string orchestras
Al. Borodin: Symphony No 2 in B minor
The Symphonic Icon Dawn at the Parthenon by founder of the T.S.S.O. Solon Michailidis, is a reverent morning prayer under the roof of the holy temple. 
Pyrrhic dances for the viola, percussion and string orchestras is a work by well known Greek-Canadian composer Christos Chatzis, which is unfortunately as timely as ever, seeing as its main theme is modern forms of violence and terrorism, having initially drawn inspiration from September 11, with clear melodic references to the Middle East.
Symphony No 2 by Borodin is a work that is rich in melody and rhythm that has been drawn from local folklore, which, according to Liszt, is immaculate and wonderful, despite it being used as a weapon of Russian romantic nationalism against the values of western music, which he stood for.

ARTISTS

Neoklis Nikolaidis Viola
Marinos Tranoudakis Percussion
Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra
Alexandre Myrat Conductor

TICKET PRICES

€15, €10, €5 (unemployment card holders, members of large families, pupils - students - conservatory students, European Youth Card holders, disabled persons, etc.)
Pre-sale: TSSO Hall ‘S. Michaelides’ Concert Hall 73, Nikis Avenue www.tsso.gr – Tel.: 2310 236990

  • 24 November 2017
    Fri     21:00  (FRIENDS OF MUSIC HALL M1)
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