May
17

Icons of Greek music: Theodorakis, Hadjidakis, Xarhakos

This special event will bring again together a quintet of musicians and friends from different bands who share the same passion for these 3 ‘giants’ of Greek music. The audience will listen to beloved melodies from Manos Hadjidakis, Mikis Theodorakis and Stavros Xarhakos who compossed them for different reasons during almost the same decades. Songs that dressed beautiful poems and coloured movies, that were inspired by political situations or talk […]

Jan
22

Tribute to M.Theodorakis, M.Hadjidakis & S.Xarhakos

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/tribute-to-mtheodorakis-mhadjidakis-sxarhakos-tickets-54664770801 We are delighted to announce this special event which will bring together a small group of musicians who share the same passion for these 3 ‘giants’ of Greek music. Audience will listen to beloved melodies from Manos Hadjidakis, Mikis Theodorakis and Stavros Xarhakos who compossed them for different reasons during almost the same decades. Songs that dressed beautiful poems, movies, that were inspired by political situations, talk about love […]

Mar
29

Spring at the cathedral – Hadjidakis and Skalkottas

Manos Hadjidakis’s ‘Songs from the Roman Agora’ for String Quartet and Soprano & Nikos Skalkottas’s ‘Five Dances for Quartet’ with soprano Simona Mihai and St Michael’s Quartet.   The Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Holy Cross & St Michael, Golders Green Road & The Riding, London NW11 8HL. Entrance £10. Tel: 020 8455 7510 Email: [email protected]  

Sep
11

Hadjidakis: the man, the music

Tickets: http://www.arthousecrouchend.co.uk/programme/?programme_id=4049136 Katerina Clambaneva, voice Anastasis Sarakatsanos, piano Guest musician, Pavlos Carvalho, cello, bouzouki Revealing the profound, at time prophetic, musings of this cherished Greek composer and exploring the range of his music, beyond his most famous achievement Never on Sunday. “Το πρόσωπο του τέρατος και ο φόβος μήπως το συνηθίσουμε” “The face of the monster, and the fear we might grow accustomed to it…” A collaboration between Anastasis Sarakatsanos and […]