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Pianist Georgia Lazaridou on Reimagining the Classical Sound

Pianist Georgia Lazaridou on Reimagining the Classical Sound

NEW YORK – With enthusiasm for innovation and contemporary music, pianist Georgia Lazaridou talks to The National Herald about her approach to the great composers of the past and her thesis on the work of renowned Greek-Canadian composer Christos Hatzis.
Leonidas Kavakos, Riccardo Muti at Carnegie Hall Opening Concert of Season, Oct. 4

Leonidas Kavakos, Riccardo Muti at Carnegie Hall Opening Concert of Season, Oct. 4

NEW YORK – The historic Carnegie Hall honors the internationally-renowned Greek violinist Leonidas Kavakos as the soloist for the opening concert of the season on October 4.
Musical Perspectives from the Edges of Europe: Lily Maisky and Mavroudes Troullos

Musical Perspectives from the Edges of Europe: Lily Maisky and Mavroudes Troullos

NEW YORK – Pianist Lily Maisky and bassoonist Mavroudes Troullos talk to The National Herald about their artistic partnership, their recent performance at the prestigious Konzerthaus-Berlin and their musical and cultural roots in the traditions of Eastern Europe and Cyprus respectively.
Greek-German Violinist Danae Papamatthäou-Matschke on Life in Music & New CD

Greek-German Violinist Danae Papamatthäou-Matschke on Life in Music & New CD

NEW YORK – Greek-German violinist Danae Papamatthäou-Matschke spoke to The National Herald about her experiences in New York and how she first came to play the violin.
Greek-German Pianist Kyveli Doerken on Her New York Debut at Y92 on March 28

Greek-German Pianist Kyveli Doerken on Her New York Debut at Y92 on March 28

NEW YORK – Greek-German pianist Kyveli Doerken will perform on Tuesday, March 28 at the prestigious Y92 Center for Culture and Arts on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
Cellist Timotheos Gavriilidis-Petrin – ‘Music Decided for Me’

Cellist Timotheos Gavriilidis-Petrin – ‘Music Decided for Me’

ATHENS – Cellist Timotheos Gavriilidis-Petrin, a graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music and the New England Conservatory, spoke with The National Herald about his upcoming performances along with other distinguished musicians of the younger generation with Leonidas Kavakos at the Athens Megaron: ‘Kavakos and Friends’ on February 12 and 14.
Alexandros Darna – Music Is the Poetry of the Soul

Alexandros Darna – Music Is the Poetry of the Soul

NEW YORK – Alexandros Darna became the first Cypriot composer (and only the second Cypriot after the tenor Andreas Aroditis) to be accepted into the esteemed graduate program at the Juilliard School in New York.
Babis Velissarios on His Upcoming Debut at Carnegie Hall

Babis Velissarios on His Upcoming Debut at Carnegie Hall

NEW YORK – Lyrical tenor Babis Velissarios spoke with The National Herald about his career and his upcoming debut at Carnegie Hall on Saturday, September 24, 8 PM, in the tribute concert to the late iconic Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis.
Pano Fountas on the Score and Orchestration for the Historical Drama 1805

Pano Fountas on the Score and Orchestration for the Historical Drama 1805

The short drama 1805 transcends its historical boundaries as it tells a story of two people who risk everything to gain their freedom without realizing the depth of their bonds to a sophisticated system of oppression.
Theater Review: Filiki Eteria Impresses New York Audience

Theater Review: Filiki Eteria Impresses New York Audience

NEW YORK – The Piraeus Bank Group Cultural Foundation presented the play Filiki Eteria for three performances April 21-23 at The Tank Theater in Manhattan.

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