DIONYSIS SAVVOPOULOS: “21”
Organizer: THESSALONIKI CONCERT HALL
In accordance with the recent regulations, spectators are required to present:
i) Vaccination certificate issued by a certified authority or
ii) Certificate of recovery from the SARS-CoV-2 virus infection issued by a public authority or a certified laboratory or
iii) Self-test taken in the last 24 hours for children aged from 4 to 17
In addition they should show:
their ID or driver's license or passport or any other proof of identification
All spectators are required to wear face masks throughout their stay in the Thessaloniki Concert Hall
Dionysis Savvopoulos offers us a unique performance revolving around the process and evolution of Greek singing through the course of the 200 years since our national palingenesis.
At the end of the anniversary year, we celebrate the 200 years of Greek singing, with the great composer presenting on the stage of the Thessaloniki Concert Hall some of the legendary podcasts that he created during the year.
A narration that focuses on the art of Greek song-making, spanning from the folk songs of the 19th century to the so-called “entekhno stage” of today.
30€, 25€, 20€, 15€, 12€ (reduced)