Πέμπτη, 27 Σεπτεμβρίου 2012

The greatest success of “Summer 2012 in Veakeio Theater of Piraeus” was the presentation of the opera "Prometheus Bound" of Greek-Canadian composer Panagiotis Karousos



Piraeus Tuesday, September 25. More than 30 years Veakio Theatre of Piraeus had to staging opera on. The presentation of Karousos’s work raised the level of music and crowd greeted his work with great enthusiasm. Panagiotis Karousos presented a team of artists who performed well his work.
In the role of Prometheus was the veteran baritone Elias Tiliakos, while the tragic role of Io interpreted by protagonist of the Greek National Opera soprano Alexandra Mattheoudaki with great vocal range.
The bass Vassilis Asimakopoulos impressed once again performing the difficult roles of Ocean and Jupiter classifying him as an ideal interpreter of these roles and as stage and vocal presence.
The luminous dramatic-mezzo Fotini Athanasaki as Violence and Goddess Athena was riveting rich voice. Tenor Christos Delizonas interpreted with gusto the exquisite aria of Hermes. The soprano Kyriakoula Tsagaratou gave an ethereal tone to opera as Oceanide nymph, also with its beautiful stage presence.

The virtuoso pianist Marilina Tzelepi played amazingly the difficult score of Karousos. With her two excellent musicians, Gennadios Bikov violin and Eugene Bensis cello, opened the show with the Piano Trio d'amour.
This exquisite performance for the Greek standards, jointly organized by the Federation of Associations of Kefalonia & Ithaca in cooperation with the Municipality of Piraeus.

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