The Ephorate of Antiquities of Kozani, συμμετέχοντας στο νέο θεσμό που εγκαινίασε φέτος του Υπουργείο Πολιτισμού και Αθλητισμού με τίτλο «Όλη η Ελλάδα ένας πολιτισμός», and in collaboration with the Thessaloniki State Orchestra (Κ.Ο.Θ.), invite you on Sunday 13 September 2020 and time 20:00, in a concert in the courtyard of the Archaeological Museum of Aiani.
Το σεξτέτο εγχόρδων με άρπα, flute and clarinet, of musicians of K.O.TH., will present works by Mozart, Ravel and Beethoven. "Flute and Harp Concerto" is one of only two double concertos ever written by Mozart and one of the most important of its kind.. Ravel wrote ‘Introduction and Allegro’, to give the harp the opportunity to shine with its enormous expressive range, while Beethoven's 'Pastoral Agreement' is an ode of the composer in Nature, which was his greatest love after music.
Andreas Papanikolaou (violin)
Dimitris Chandrakis (violin)
Joy Series (viola)
Athanasios Sourgounis (viola)
Apostolos Chandrakis (cello)
Lila Manola (cello)
Katerina Gima (harp)
Nikolos Dimopoulos (flute)
Alexandros Stavridis (clarinet)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Andantino from the Concerto for harp and flute, K.299
Maurice Ravel: Introduction and Allegro, for clarinet, flute, harp & string quartet
Ludwig van Beethoven: Excerpts from Agreement no. 6 in major, work 68 ("Pastoral") [arrangement for string sex: M.G. Fischer]
Η εκδήλωση προσφέρεται δωρεάν από το Υπουργείο Πολιτισμού και Αθλητισμού. Το μόνο αντίτιμο είναι το εισιτήριο για την είσοδο σε κάθε χώρο. In the case of the Archaeological Museum of Aiani, a ticket is valid for the permanent Exhibition of the museum, if anyone wants to visit it. On the contrary, Admission is free for the periodic photography exhibition of Dimitris Vavliaras.
In the framework of the program "All Greece a culture", The space 18 July - 30 September 2020 They will come true 270 theater events, music, dance and visual arts in 122 emblematic archeological sites and museums throughout Greece.
It is mandatory to reserve a position at: https://digitalculture.gov.gr/.
We note that spectators should follow the instructions and recommendations of the Committee of Experts COVID-19 of the Ministry of Health for safe attendance at archeological sites and museums. The rule of distance applies 1,5 at least for open spaces and 2 measures for indoor areas. For safety reasons and to avoid delays and overcrowding, timely arrival is recommended, half an hour before the start of the event. The use of a non-medical mask is essential throughout the event.