TCH - T.S.C.

Part A’
Joseph Haydn Harp Concerto in C major (part a’)
Thei Nikolaou, harp
Antonio Bazzini Dance of the Goblins, Scherzo Fantastique, Op. 25 (Quasi presto)
Stephanos Arzoumanidis, violin
Georg Goltermann Cello concerto No. 5 in D minor, Op. 76 (Allegro moderato)
Sophia Vrettou, cello
Camille Saint-Saëns Havanaise for violin and orchestra in E major, Op. 83
Christina Rapti, violin
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor
Iasonas Giagtzoglou, piano
Part B’
Giuseppe Verdi Vedi! Le fosche notturne spoglie, chorus from the opera Il Trovatore
Vincenzo Bellini Eccomi in lieta vesta… Oh! quante volte, Guilietta’s recitative and aria from the opera I Capuleti e I Montecchi
Melina Paschalidou, singer
Pietro Mascagni Intermezzo and «Brindisi» from the opera Cavalleria rusticana
Carl Maria von Weber Clarinet concerto No. 2 in E flat major, Op. 74
Grigoris Vassiliadis, clarinet
Giuseppe Verdi Va, pensiero, Jew chorus from the opera Nabucco
Georges Bizet Escamillo’s Prelude, Intermezzo and aria from the opera Carmen
Theodoros Pantsios, singer
Thessaloniki’s State Conservatoire was founded in 1914. It has nurtured generations of musicians, artists, theorists and educators and through them it has contributed to the city, to Greece and abroad. The Thessaloniki State Orchestra has arisen from it, while its numerous concerts have contributed in keeping the cultural standards of the city high throughout the years.
The Thessaloniki State Conservatoire owns the largest musical library in Greece and it is constantly visited by students, professors and researchers from all around the world.
The Manager of the Conservatoire hopes that, although at the moment it is “wounded” by the economic crisis, like many other cultural institutions in the country, it hopes to continue its important mission. The State Conservatoire opens up to the city, and at the same time hopes to lean on it.
Tickets: 10€ (students), 15€
  • 11 January 2012
    Wed     21:00  (EMILIOS RIADIS HALL M2)