The three spring concerts that will be organized again this year at the historic site of St Paul's Anglican Church will include thirteen musicians accompanied on the 1900 Hill historic organ on the occasion of the 11th edition of the Spring Organ Series.
Continuing the tradition of the successful concerts of the past years, the Spring Organ Series continues to be part of the cultural agenda of Athens for a second decade finding fresh inspiration from spring, Easter and the original concert programmes.
Sunday 30th Μarch, 20:30
Christina Antoniadou, organ
Dionisios Roussos, saxophone
Saxophone Orchestra Filipos Nakas:
Dionisios Roussos, soprano saxophone
Katerina Georgiadou, soprano saxophone
Stavros Koutarelos, alto saxophone
Kostas Konidas, alto saxophone
Aggeliki Papaspirou, tenor saxophone
Alexandros Theodorakopoulos, baritone saxophone
Thanos Dimou, baritone saxophone
Works by J. Demersseman, Α. Marcello, J. S. Bach, W. A. Mozart, Z. Gárdonyi, G. Litaize, G. Parès, M. Nyman, P. Glass, J. Strauss for organ, saxophone and saxophone orchestra.
Friday 11th Αpril, 20:30
Jerassimos Andreas Coidan, organ
Αnastasia Symeonidou, soprano
Giorgos Goumenakis, mandolin
Corpus Minor Vocal Ensemble
Works by J. C. Bach, J. L. Bach, C.P. Bach, Α. Vivaldi.
Palm Sunday 13th Αpril, 20:30
Gabriel Marghieri, organ (France)
Dimitris Kountouras, recorder
Works by G. F. Haendel, J. S. Bach, D.Scarlatti, B. Marcello, J.Brahms.
This unique programme includes two improvisations inspired by the greek ancient woodwind instrument "syrinx", Ktisivios from Alexandria, the inventor of the organ (3th century B.C.) and Saint Paul, who visited Athens in 50 A.D.
Dates:30 March, 11 & 13 April
Artistic Director:Christina Antoniadou
Organised by:specs 'n' arts
Address:27, Philhellinon str.