September

27Sep(Sep 27)11:0029(Sep 29)21:30Women composing in the Balkans6 composers/ 4 musicians/ 2 countries, designed and curated by Iro Menegou, Popi Kalaitzi11:00 - 21:30 (29) MACEDONIAN MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART

Price

Free Admission

Event Details

Open rehearsals, lectures, a round table, concerts, three days of musical creation through the eyes of women today.

Six young composers from Greece and Romania and four musicians explore new soundscapes in open rehearsals. Open discussions and lectures highlight what the creators are searching for, shedding light on the special techniques used in instruments that are popular in the musical traditions of the region. The project will be completed with a concert reflecting the three days of collaboration.

The project is supported by Goethe Institute and funded by the Cultural Management Academy in Sofia, Bucharest and Thessaloniki. In collaboration with the Laboratory for Research in Contemporary Music, Composition, Performance and Improvisation of the Department of Music Science and Art of the University of Macedonia and the BeArtive Company

WORKS BY
Lidia Ciubuc
Utami Easty
Diana Rotaru
Anastasia Giamouzi
Maria Gouvali
Raphaela Troulou

Μethexis Ensemble
Dora Alexiadou / violin
Artemis Vavatsika / accordion
Iro Menegou / piano
Alexis Pogrevnois / clarinet

Duration 27.9-29.09

PROGRAMME
Thursday 27/9/2018
11.00-14.00 open rehearsals
17.00-20.00 open rehearsals

Friday 28/9.2018
10.00-12.30 open rehearsals
13.00-14.00 ‘Accordion for Composers’
lecture by K. Raptis
16.00-18.00 open rehearsals

Saturday 29/9/2018
12.00-13.00 general rehearsal
19.30-20.30 composer round table
20.30-21.30 final concert

Opening hours
Thu. 11.00-14.00
17.00-20.00
Fri. 10.00-12.30
13.00-14.00
16.00-18.00
Sat. 12.00-13.00
19.30-20.30
20.30-21.30

Time

27 (Thursday) 11:00 - 29 (Saturday) 21:30

Location

MACEDONIAN MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART

Egnatias 154 (TIF-Helexpo) T: +30 2310 240002

Sat29Sep08:00Opening of the 53rd Dimitria Festival08:00 Thessaloniki Port Authority

Price

Free Admission

Event Details

‘Life is a sea’ Ports of the World

On an opening night that will live up to the event, an emblematic space both for the city and for southeastern Europe, the Port of Thessaloniki, will be hosting an event full of music, flavours and colours, that will unfold through events that will last more than three hours and with guests from all over the world.

The ports of the Mediterranean, hubs for the region’s history, places where ideas, cultures and populations were exchanged, celebrate in a venue the specifically designed by visual artist Marios Teriade – Eleftheriadis.

The S.O.M.TH. will participate in the opening ceremony with a concert. Participants include soloists Natasha Mare Moumtzidou (singing), Kostas Tsougras (accordion), and Panagiotis Kountouris (electone). They will present Greek and international songs on the theme of the sea and its ports, in covers and orchestrations by Panagiotis Dimopoulos. Next up in the first part of the event will be one of the main soloists of the concert, renowned Palestinian pianist and composer Farag Suleiman, who will accompany and improvise on the music of Manos Hadjidakis. The orchestra will then perform with the composer and his quartet. Faraj will adapt his compositions for the S.O.M.TH., inspired by Arabic culture and jazz tradition.
The next performance will be by Tarabband, a six-member group that was created by the Egyptian-Iraqi Nadin Al Khalidi and Swede Gabriel Hermansson. Their sound symbolically starts from the European North to end in the musical womb o the eastern Mediterranean.
There will also be a touch of gastronomy at the event through street food culture, as producers from Central Macedonia with the collaboration of the Region of Central Macedonia will offer local dishes, which the public will have the opportunity to enjoy with wine or beer. The DJ sets will provide the event with its multicultural, celebratory rhythm.

Programme:
Jacques Brel: Dans le port d’ Amsterdam – adapted for accordion and orchestra
Eric Serra: The Big Blue Overture – adapted for electone and orchestra (theme from the film The Big Blue)
Manos Hadjidakis: The sea is deep – adapted for voice and orchestra
Traditional: My little sea – adapted for voice and orchestra
Nino Rota: Amara me – adapted for voice, piano and orchestra
Manos Hadjidakis: Wide open sea – adapted for voice, piano and orchestra
Faraj Suleiman: Four compositions adapted for piano and symphony orchestra
Three Steps
A boy on a bicycle, 7pm
The Trickster Dance
Beneath The Walnut Tree

Performers:
Part 1
Natasha Mare Moumtzidou: Singing
Panagiotis Kountouris: Εlectone – adapted musical theme
Kostas Tsougras: Accordion
Manolis Koutsounanos: Drums
Panagiotis Dimopoulos: Piano – orchestrations of part 1
Faraj Suleiman: Piano
Part 2
Faraj Suleiman: piano – compositions
Faraj Suleiman Quartet
Conductor: Charis Iliadis

Starting time 20.00

Co-organised by TH.P.A.

53 Dimitria Festival Opening sponsors

Time

(Saturday) 08:00

Location

Thessaloniki Port Authority

Navarchou Votsi 4, Thessaloniki 546 25

Sat29Sep12:00Zeitelnik, the Restoration of PeaceConcert at Zeitelnik Allied Cemetery12:00 Zeitelnik Allied Cemetery

Price

Free Admission

Event Details

The 100th anniversary since the end of World War I is the opportunity to honour the memory of those who struggled to restore peace, through an event of solidarity and shared emotion.

In the city of Thessaloniki, a theatre of great military action during World War I, known back then as the Eastern Front, and at Zeitenlik cemetery, where more than 20,000 soldiers from different countries are buried, including 8200 French subjects, the wonderful sounds of music will flood this place of burial and collective memory.

Conducted by Philippe Forget and with Marilena Liakopoulou on the piano and Dimitris Patras on the cello, pieces by Debussy, Fauré, Emmanuel, Kosma, Poulenc will be performed, as well as ‘Zeitelnik, the Restoration of Peace’, a composition for piano, cello, and narrator, which was created for the centenary of the end of World War I.

Conductor and Voice: Philippe Forget
Piano: Marilena Liakopoulou
Cello: Dimitris Patras
Concert Programme
Claude Debussy: Noël des enfants qui n’ont plus de maisons – Christmas of the homeless children (3’)
Gabriel Fauré: C’est la Paix – Peace has come (2΄)
Philippe Forget Zeitenlik (Composition created for the centenary of the end of WWI) (15΄)
Maurice Emmanuel: In Memoriam (1 et 2) (7΄)
Joseph Kosma: Barbara (5΄)
Francis Poulenc: Priez pour Paix – Pray for Peace (3΄)

Collaboration
French Consulate of Thessaloniki
French Institute

Starting time 12.00

Time

(Saturday) 12:00

Location

Zeitelnik Allied Cemetery

136, Lagada Avenue Ambelokipi

Sun30Sep21:00Wiegala–The Ilse Weber Project By Gada Quartet21:00 ROTONDA

Price

Free Admission

Event Details

An homage to German-Jewish composer and poetess Ilse Weber, who was imprisoned in Theresienstadt concentration camp for 2 years, where she served as the camp’s night nurse. She died at the age of 41 due to the harsh conditions. A sensitive lyrical voice that had a special love for children’s literature. Behind the naive form she hid startling truths about daily life there, whispering delicate melodies of freedom.
Ilse Weber’s works were first presented in Greece by the Gada quartet (comprising famous Greek soloists), adapted for Ottoman baroque instruments, saxophone, and mezzo soprano at the Rethymno Renaissance Festival and the Greek National Opera, following a proposal of GNO Artistic Director Giorgos Koumendakis.
Weber’s original compositions converse with Sephardic lullabies from the Balkans, Roza Eskenazi’s drawn out amanes love songs, and scholarly central European compositions, reflecting their eclectic affinities and wealth of multicultural tradition. They find their “natural habitat” in Thessaloniki, as the city has always been a crossroads of south-eastern Europe.
Theresienstadt turned into a place of “musical resistance”, where terms such as art and terror, victims and heroes, took on new dimensions. On their side, Nazis supported such activities for propaganda reasons. The camp’s commanders, in fact, ordered organising special performances for a group of International Red Cross observers. In the context of their visit, a film was also presented: ‘The Fuehrer gives the Jews a Town’, where the camp was depicted as a “model ghetto”. However, after the committee left, most of the prisoners were murdered. The Nazis showed their true face.

Saxophone: Guido de Flaviis
Violone/viola: Dimitris Tingas
Ney: Achilleas Tingas
Mezzo soprano: Anastasia Kotsali
Lyrics translated by poet Maria Topali

Collaboration with the Ephorate of Antiquities of Thessaloniki

Time

(Sunday) 21:00

Location

ROTONDA

5 Agiou Georgiou Square Τ: 2310 968 860

October

01Oct10:0006(Oct 6)23:007ply ProjectContemporary urban culture festival10:00 - 23:00 (6) Various locations

Price

Free admission

Event Details

Multi-theme festival

The 7PLY PROJECT / seven sheets of wood, a.k.a the skateboard, is returning for its thirteenth year, focusing on young people and their aesthetic codes.

The event is the largest street culture celebration in Thessaloniki and it will hold seven days of events focused on the new Olympic sport of skateboarding, culture, sports, and urban culture.

More than one thousand pieces by Greek and international artists have been presented since 7Ply Project was first held in 2006, while the festival has hosted a number of skateboard competitions and shows, skateboard lessons, colloquiums and workshops, guided by modern art, street dance, screenings, graffiti on walls and specially designed surfaces, concerts and DJ sets, all kinds of events focused on street culture and the interests of young audiences.

Keeping skateboarding at the core of its themes once again, this year’s 7Ply Project presents a group exhibition at the French Institute of Thessaloniki, in the framework of which artists are invited to transform skateboards, each artist using their own perspective and technique, with absolute aesthetic freedom.

Collaboration: French Institute of Thessaloniki, State Museum of Contemporary Art

Duration: 1.10 – 07.10  Opening hours: 10:00 – 23:00

01.10-06.10 French Institute of Thessaloniki and outdoor areas
6.10 Outdoor Amphitheatre of the New City Hall Courtyard
7.10 Municipality of Pylea-Chortiatis skate park

Time

1 (Monday) 10:00 - 6 (Saturday) 23:00

Location

Various locations

Thu04Oct21:00Stelios Chatzikaleas Quartet feat. East Mediterranean Jazz Ensemble21:00 Thessaloniki Port Authority

Price

Ticket prices €10 Regular €8 The unemployed Students Dimitria card holders

Event Details

A wonderful musical amalgam consisting of jazz and Arabic maqam, western instruments coexisting with percussion and string instruments of the East. The result promises something that the Mediterranean may know better than any other geographical region: to unite, envision, and – on occasion – creatively provoke.

The quartet of Stelios Chatzikaleas – the internationally distinguished composer and trumpeter who has made a distinct mark on the contemporary jazz scene, which can be seen in the number of collaborations he has had and in his two record releases – shares the stage with three of the most renowned Palestinian musicians of the Arab world, presenting, for the first time, authentic compositions, as well as melodies from the culture of the East.

Buzuq, oud, and Arabic percussion instruments flow creatively together with the trumpet, piano, double bass, and drums, creating a concert beyond typical jazz forms, with improvisation and interaction being the dominant vehicle.

PARTICIPATING:
Stelios Chatzikaleas – Trumpet, Compositions
Kostas Giaxoglou – Piano
Dinos Manos – Double Bass
Christos Germenoglou – Drums
Tareq Abboushi – Buzuq
Ibrahim Najem – Oud
Mohammad Karzon – Arabic Percussion

Port, Warehouse D, Frida Liappa Hall

Time

(Thursday) 21:00

Location

Thessaloniki Port Authority

Navarchou Votsi 4, Thessaloniki 546 25

Sat06Octallday3rd Kapani ProjectMulti-themed festival(All Day: Saturday) KAPANI MARKET

Price

Free Admission

Event Details

The event that takes us on a tour around the historic central market of the city and offers us unique experiences focused on culture, social contact, becoming acquainted with one of the most singular nooks and aspects of the culture of Thessaloniki, is returning.

This year’s Kapani Project has something for everyone. Live acts, DJ sets, performances, visual arts. Noise Figures, Seahorse, Gangsters of Love and BNC – The Disco Vampire will create a concert-like atmosphere on the market streets. Larry SKG and Pale Penguin will take to the decks in the DJ sets, in a promising showcase by Shango Records, while the draw style stage will be staffed by Mister T, Phon, and Stelio gala. On the alternative stage, PRISM will initiate the audience into the joys of minimalist sound, while the line-up will also consist of Thomas Numan, Jiles John, and Tikis a.k.a. 9west.

There will be performances (‘The Exchange’ by the triplx group, ‘Slip’ by Olina Ikonomidou – Marianna Leptokaropoulou, and ‘Kinonia’ by Virginia Mastrogiannaki), playback theatre by Playback Theatre Thessaloniki, as well as the Balkan Route interactive installation by Asklepieion, a multicultural visual journey through the Balkans with installations, photos, and videos. Culture, and “urban culture” in particular, are celebrated at the 3rd Kapani Project.

Opening hours 00:01 – 23:59

Time

All Day (Saturday)

Location

KAPANI MARKET

Menexe 25, Thessaloniki

Mon08Oct21:00Symphony Orchestra of the Municipality of Thessaloniki Concert 100 years since the end of World War I - rediscovering peace21:00 CEREMONY HALL A.U.TH.

Price

Free Admission

Event Details

In the framework of the celebration of the 100th anniversary since the end of World War I, tribute is paid to the beacons of music that were never extinguished, despite the darkness and violence of history.

Chopin’s first piano concerto, Mozart’s Adagio and Fugue, Sibelius and Elgar pieces that glorify peace and offer the indisputable testimony of our existence in a fragile and valuable world.

Award winning composer, orchestra conductor, choir conductor, and singer Philippe Forget, will conduct the Symphony Orchestra of the Municipality of Thessaloniki, while Marilena Liakopoulou, a soloist with a rich career and a broad range of piano solos, concertos and chamber music pieces and collaborations with renowned artists from all over the world, will perform on the piano.

Programme:
W. A. Mozart: Adagio and Fuga, KV546
J. Sibelius: Romance for strings, op. 42
E. Elgar: Serenade, op. 20
S. Michailidis: In Memoriam- Homage to Imprisoned Tombs
Fr. Chopin: Concerto no 1 in E minor, op. 11

With the participation of:
Marilena Liakopoulou, piano
Philippe Forget, orchestra conductor
Symphony Orchestra of the Municipality of Thessaloniki

Collaboration
French Consulate of Thessaloniki, French Institute, Department of Folk Music Groups of the Municipality of Thessaloniki

Time

(Monday) 21:00

Location

CEREMONY HALL A.U.TH.

Θεσσαλονίκη 546 36

Wed10Oct21:00The Mediterranean improviseswith Gilad Atzmon and Alekos Vretos21:00 Frida Liappa Hall TH.P.A.

Price

Ticket prices €10 Regular €8 Concessions The unemployed Students Dimitria card holders

Event Details

Oud soloist, pianist, and composer Alekos Vretos mixes jazz, Arabic, Latin, and Greek music, to create a masterful blend of sounds with traditional and modern instruments.

With him, Gilad Atzmon, the world renowned jazz saxophonist who mixes the explosiveness of bebop with the memory of the sounds of the East, and Mert Demircioglou, a genius on the qanun from Turkey. The promising group is creating a fresh project with a repertoire selected especially for the 53rd Dimitria. The quintet is completed by Kostas Anastasiadis on drums and Apostolos Sideris on the double bass.

All together they compose a mix with all the elements that underline what has always characterised Thessaloniki: From Istanbul, Israel, and Northern Greece to the South, musicians collaborate to show that in music there are no borders.

PARTICIPATING
Gilad Atzmon: Sax & clarinet
Alekos Vretos: Oud
Eleni Vassiliadi: Qanun
Apostolos Sideris: Bass
Dimitris Klonis: Drums

Port, Warehouse D, Frida Liappa Hall

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Time

(Wednsday) 21:00

Location

Frida Liappa Hall TH.P.A.

Fri12Oct21:00Eleftheria Arvanitaki - TAKIMTin idia stigmi (At the same moment)21:00 THESSALONIKI CONCERT HALL

Price

Ticket prices €32, €26, €22, €18, €16, €16 Concessions

Event Details

This date may become the reason behind one of the most important concert collaborations of the year. One of the most distinguished and popular performers of the Greek music scene, Eleftheria Arvanitaki, is coming to Thessaloniki for a unique performance, along with TAKIM music group and the Thessaloniki Concert Hall Youth Symphony Orchestra (MOYSA ensemble).

From the rebetiko songs and Ara Dinkjian’s Armenian laments, to jazz, pop and the entirety of her musical career’s rich variety, Eleftheria Arvanitaki breathes new life into the endless reserve of her repertoire, through the covers by TAKIM and Nikos Platyrrachos, who will be conducting MOYSA ensemble.

Elefhteria Arvanitaki singer

ΤΑΚΙΜ are:
Alexandros Arkadopoulos, clarinet
Panos Dimitrakopoulos, qanun
Thomas Konstantinou oud, lute
Giorgos Marinakis, violin
Kostas Meretakis, percussion
Giannis Plagiannakos, bass

Also participating:
Michalis Klapakis, percussion
Giannis Kyrimkyridis, piano

MOYSA – Youth Symphony Orchestra of TCH
Conductor Nikos Platyrrachos

Collaboration TCH

Time

(Friday) 21:00

Location

THESSALONIKI CONCERT HALL

Intersection of 25 Martiou Street & seafront Τ: 2310 895 800

Sun14Oct21:00Iberia By Karin Schäfer21:00 SOCIETY FOR MACEDONIAN STUDIES THEATRE

Price

€12 Regular €10 Concessions The unemployed Students Dimitria card holders

Event Details

Theatre, music, and visual arts are combined in an exemplary inspired adaptation of the masterpiece of the same name by Isaac Albéniz from 1908. In the hands of Karin Schäfer the multifaceted original is transformed into a visual spectacle with impressionistic imagery that merges puppets, masks, video, shadows, animation, motion, and music, so that the audience members might follow the events with thier own ears and eyes.

The creator has been influenced by a number or styles and works of art, which she cleverly and humorously transforms into moving images, the result of many years of hard work in her workshop.

Similarly to Albéniz, who incorporates melodies, rhythms, and motifs from traditional Spanish music into his compositions, Karin Schäfer utilises the elements of many pieces by visual artists as a visual-theatrical homage and simultaneous connection to something completely unique and new. All of this, together with the exceptional execution of the sheet music and accompaniment of the performance on the piano by maestro Christopher Hinterhuber.

Production team
Karin Schafer: Idea, Concept, Design, Stage Design, Puppet Show Design, Video, Projections
Peter Hauptmann: Management & Organisation, Support Creation, Video Processing
Gudrum Blumenschein & Sarah Lumen Heine: Puppet and costume creation
Zoe Marvie: Wig design and creation
Michaela Zirg: Adaptation of projection images
Freyer / Luftensteiner: Video Programme ‘El Polo’
Boris Schäfer: Lighting Designer

Touring Troupe
Karin Schäfer: Director & puppeteer
Christopher Hinterhuber: Piano soloist
Puppeteers and actors: Almut Schäfer-Kubelka, Jeanne Nickels
Peter Hauptmann: Management & Projection
Boris Schäfer: Light Design & Light Director

Recommended and sponsored by: Kultur Burgenland & Bundeskanzleramt Osterreich

Time

(Sunday) 21:00

Location

SOCIETY FOR MACEDONIAN STUDIES THEATRE

2 Ethnikis Amynis Street Τ: 2315 200 200

Mon15Oct21:00Early Jazz – A tribute to James P. Johnson and Fats Waller By the Giorgos Kontrafouris Quartet 21:00 THESSALONIKI CONCERT HALL

Price

Admission €10 Regular €7 Concessions

Event Details

After more than three decades on the jazz scene, with a number of collaborations as a pianist or organ player with some of the most important names in international music, and a rich personal discography, Giorgos Kontrafouris composes, performs, and teaches jazz at universities and schools in Greece and around the world, living and breathing the culture of which he is one of the greatest ambassadors.

The virtuoso pianist and composer is appearing for the first time in the context of Dimitria with his quartet and eleven young wind and string musicians from the MOYSA orchestra.

In a tribute concert to the golden age of jazz, the group will perform ‘Yamerkraw’ by James P. Johnson, the pianist who bridged the gap between ragtime and jazz, while in the second half the quartet adapts compositions by the emblematic Fats Waller to a more contemporary style.

Collaboration: TCH

Time

(Monday) 21:00

Location

THESSALONIKI CONCERT HALL

Intersection of 25 Martiou Street & seafront Τ: 2310 895 800

Tue16Oct21:00Tribute to Alfred SchnittkeChamber music concert21:00 THESSALONIKI CONCERT HALL

Price

Ticket prices €10 Regular €5 Concessions

Event Details

Alfred Schnittke, one of the most important composers of the 20th century, who deeply influenced avant garde and chamber music, dedicated his life to trying “to unify serious and light music, even”, as he said, “if I have to break my neck in the process”.
He developed a personal style characterised as “multi-style”, he influenced the work of Shostakovich, he composed symphonies, chamber music, film soundtracks, he turned out a significant volume of work despite his fragile health.
The group that consists of Andreas Papanikolaou and Giorgos Petropoulos on violins, David Bogorad on the viola, Dimos Godaroulis on the cello, Vassilis Liamarkopoulos on the bass, and Lola Totsiou on the piano will perform Schnittke’s ‘Hymn II’, ‘Piano Trio’, and ‘Piano Quintet’.

CONCERT PROGRAMME
Hymn II for cello and double bass (D. Goudaroulis, B. Liamarkopoulos)
Piano Trio (A. Papanikolaou, D. Goudaroulis, L. Totsiou)
Piano Quartet (A. Papanikolaou, D. Bogorad, D. Goudaroulis, L. Totsiou)
Piano Quintet (A. Papanikolaou, G. Petropoulos, D. Bogorad, D. Goudaroulis, L. Totsiou)

PARTICIPATING
Andreas Papanikolaou: Violin
Giorgos Petropoulos: Violin
David Bogorad: Viola
Dimos Goudaroulis: Cello
Vassilis Liamarkopoulos: Double Bass
Lola Totsiou: Piano

COLLABORATION Thessaloniki Concert Hall, State Conservatory of Thessaloniki

Time

(Tuesday) 21:00

Location

THESSALONIKI CONCERT HALL

Intersection of 25 Martiou Street & seafront Τ: 2310 895 800

Sat20Oct21:00From the tango to the waltzWith the Wiener KammerOrchester (Vienna Chamber Orchestra) and Theodoros Kerkezos21:00 THESSALONIKI CONCERT HALL

Price

Admission €20–€15–€10–€5

Event Details

In the framework of the centenary celebrations of the Austrian Republic, the glorious Wiener KammerOrchester (Vienna Chamber Orchestra) meets internationally renowned Theodoros Kerkezos on the saxophone, orchestra conductor Myron Michailidis and Elena Christodoulou on the piano.
The Wiener KammerOrchester, perhaps the best chamber orchestra in Europe, and Theodoros Kerkezos, one of the most important soloists of our time, according to Grammophone magazine, will perform a programme to enchant music lovers.
The first half starts with the Greek Concertino by Mikis Theodorakis, and ends with Astor Piazzolla’s Tango Suite for alto saxophone, piano, and strings, adapted by Theodoros Kerkezos. In the second half the multi-award winning orchestra from Vienna takes us on a tour of enchanting classical Austria, through popular pieces and waltzes by W.A. Mozart and Johan Strauss. Wiener KammerOrchestra will participate in this concert with 23 musicians, string, wind, and percussion instruments. It is the first collaboration of the orchestra with Theodoros Kerkezos and it marks the beginning of a collaboration and tour for 2019.

PARTICIPATING
Myron Michailidis, orchestra conductor
Theodoros Kerkezos, saxophone
Elena Christodoulou, piano

Orchestra
Ludwig Müller
Marina Dimitrova
Barbara Pobenberger
Zoran Nogic
Timea Ham
Barna Kobori
Edua Zadori
Tiffany Wu
Orsolya Palfi
Cynthia Liao-Zottl
Marta Wnukowska
Dietmar Flosdorf
John Moffatt
Michael Williams
Uta Korff-Strassl
Edda Breit
Ciro Vigilante
Andreas Gschmeidler
Johannes Strassl
Andrej Kasijan
Klaus Leherbauer
Willi Plamoser
Andreas Dimitrios Kerkezos

CONCERT PROGRAMME

Part 1
Mikis Theodorakis Greek concertino for saxophone, piano and string
instruments
Saxophone: Theodoros Kerkezos
Piano: Elena Christodoulou

Astor Piazzolla Tango Suite for saxophone, piano and orchestra (adaptation: Theodoros Kerkezos)
I. Preludio
II. Fuga y Misterio-Fugata
III. Milonga del Angel
IV. Adios Nonino
V. Oblivion
VI. Libertango
Saxophone: Theodoros Kerkezos
Piano: Elena Christodoulou

Part 2
W.A. Mozart A Little Night Music, Serenade No. 13, K 525
Johann Strauss Jr Voices of Spring – Waltz, op. 422
Johann Strauss Jr.Tales from the Vienna Wood, Op. 325

Starting time 21.00

Co-produced by:
TCH
Collaboration
Cultural Centre of the Region of Central Macedonia
Under the auspices of the Austrian Embassy to Greece and the Austrian Consulate in Thessaloniki

Time

(Saturday) 21:00

Location

THESSALONIKI CONCERT HALL

Intersection of 25 Martiou Street & seafront Τ: 2310 895 800