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Home Editions & Events 2014 Evmelia (III) Evmelia III - official concert program
Evmelia III - official concert program

Evmelia III - official concert programEvmelia ΙΙΙ:  April 5-10, 2014 - General program


All the concerts will begin at 8:15 p.m.

The concert hall will be open for the public beginning from 8:00 p.m. and the live Internet broadcast will start at the same time as well.

After the beginning of each concert the entrance of the public to the concert hall will be permitted only during the intermissions.

5/4: Opening ceremony concert - «Anthology of music for Piano Trio»

Areti Prosilia, Piano (Greece) / Kseniya Milyavskaya, Violin (Russia) / Alja Mandič, Cello (Slovenia)

Works of Schubert, Mendelssohn and Dvořák


6/4: «A night at the ‘White City’» - Composer-in-residence 2014: Aleksandar Simić (Serbia)

Aleksandar Simić, Piano (Serbia) / Ada Athanasopoulou, Soprano (Greece) / Ekaterina Valiulina, Violin (Russia) / Ana Topalović, Cello (Serbia) / Andrej Zupan, Clarinet (Slovenia) / Krystian Skubała, Percussion (Poland)


7/4: «Sing me to Freedom» - Opera arias, Songs and Negro spirituals

Dominika Zamara, Soprano (Poland) / Ramzi Shomali (Palestine), Piano

Works of Chopin, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Mozart, Bellini, Rossini, Dvořák & Negro spirituals


8/4: «A night of Czech music»

Katia Veekmans, Piano (Belgium) / String Quartet “IL Belpaese» (Serbia)

Works of Antonín Dvořák


9/4: «Pearls of Greek music» 2014 – Manolis Kalomiris & John Psathas

Julia Coolikova, Piano (Russia) / Ekaterina Valiulina, Violin (Russia) / Alja Mandič, Cello (Slovenia) / Kirill Dudinsky, Guitar (Russia)

Works of Manolis Kalomiris & John Psathas (including 5 European premieres of works by John Psathas - at the attendance of the composer himself)


10/4:  SCHUBERT- Die schöne Müllerin, op. 25 D 795

Georg Lehner, Baritone (Austria) / Dino Mastroyiannis, Piano (Greece)




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