Δευτέρα, 27 Μαΐου 2013

Amazing Prometheus was the Greek bass Vasilis Asimakopoulos.



Vasilis Asimakopoulos as Prometheus

On Wednesday, May 22, 2013 presented at the Municipal Theatre of Chalkis "Papadimitriou", the opera Prometheus Bound by Panagiotis Karousos.
The work based on the tragedy of Aeschylus translated by John Grypari as evidenced by the music of Panagiotis Karoussou shows a great innovation lifting Greek culture over a period of deep economic and political crisis.
It is a symbol of resistance in an impaired power.
The music of Karousos heavy soaked easy melodies on the ear of the listener and is enjoyable.
Vasilis Asimakopoulos directed the tragedy and performed the difficult leading part.
His stage direction was complicated and symbolic with a protagonist performance over the known standard we've seen from trite performances of ancient tragedies.
The other players were at the highest level of voice and nicely interpreted their roles.
Prometheus: Vasilis Asimakopoulos bass.
Io: Helen Panagiotopoulou soprano





It was a show that we want to see again soon.
Prometheus: Vasilis Asimakopoulos bass.
Io: Helen Panagiotopoulou soprano
Ocean / Hermes Christos Delizonas, tenor
Music at the piano: Vivi Klisoura
Stathis Mavrommatis, saxophone
Direction: Vasilis Asimakopoulos
Sets - Costumes: American Hellenic Centre for the Arts