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Greek Mezzo-Soprano in Handel’s Messiah Presented by Teatro Grattacielo

December 21, 2020

NEW YORK – Greek mezzo-soprano Karolina Pilou is among the gifted artists performing in Handel’s Messiah presented by Teatro Grattacielo as the company’s Christmas offering, available free online.

Greek-American Stefanos Koroneos, General and Artistic Director of Teatro Grattacielo and Artistic Director of the Camerata Bardi Vocal Academy, directed the performance which was filmed following all the COVID-19 protocols on November 30.

Also performing in the seasonal classic are soprano Hyunju Ha, tenor Thomas Massey, bass Rick Agster, and actress Parris Lewis, accompanied by the American Modern Ensemble: Violin I- Regi Papa, Violin II- Victoria Paterson, Viola- Heather Paauwe, Cello- Peter Sachon, Bass- Pawel Knapik, Oboe- Keve Wilson, Oboe- Boris Baev, Continuo- Mark Cogley, and Conductor David Rosenmeyer.

The video is available on Youtube: 

More information about Teatro Grattacielo is available online: https://grattacielo.org/.

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