MEMORIES OF ASIA MINOR
EVANTHIA REBOUTSIKA: IN THE STREETS OF SMYRNA
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
With the internationally acknowledged Evanthia Reboutsika as a guest, the Thessaloniki Concert Hall commences a series of commemorative events to mark the 100th anniversary of the Asia Minor Catastrophe.
The award-winning composer will take the audience on an imaginary trip In the Streets of Smyrna, with a concert dedicated to the "roots" of Hellenism in Asia Minor. This specific performance will prompt a series of events designed and held by the Organization of the Thessaloniki Concert Hall entitled "100 years of Memory".
The concert In the Streets of Smyrna is characterized by nostalgia, romanticism and melodic lyricism, since the music of Evanthia Reboutsika comes to wander the audience in the "lost paradise", as described by many writers, of the metropolis of Hellenism in Asia Minor.
Sound manager Ilias Lakkas
35€, 30€, 25€, 20€, 15€ (reduced)