Σάββατο, 19 Σεπτεμβρίου 2015

Among the best theater performances this summer in Greece was the Greek opera "Prometheus Bound" in the "International Petras Festival 2015"

In 2015 Greece produces high art in the midst of enormous economic crisis.
This proved from the notorious Canadian composer Panagiotis Karousos with major presentations of the opera "Prometheus Bound" around Greek Festivals and ancient auditoriums of the antiquity. 
Recently record crowd applauses the opera "Prometheus Bound" and the extraordinary artists at the International Petra Festival 2015.
"On Sunday, July 19 2015, one of the summer's most beautiful performances was the" Prometheus Bound "by Panagiotis Karousos directed by Vasilis Asimakopoulos in Petra Theatre" was written in Greece.
All were impressed, as we learned, and all audiences talked with the best words about the work.
"You offer us an excellent presentation" declared the Deputy Mayor for Culture, Sport and Youth of the Municipality of Petroulopi, Mrs Vasiliki Poulogiannopoulou.
On behalf of John Maronitis, President of the Group for UNESCO of Piraeus and Islands and Vice President of the World Federation of Clubs & Centres UNESCO (WFUCA) for Europe and North America were awarded, the artists, the Municipality Petroupoli, the "International Petra Festival 2015" and the internationally renowned conductor Teodor Currentzis, artistic director of the State Opera and Ballet of Perm in Russia. The award was received by his mother Mrs. Katy Karatzas, piano teacher which delighted the opera and thanked the artists.
The Greek Canadian composer Panayiotis Karousos correlated the myth of Prometheus to the resistance of the Greeks in front of the tyrannical economic crisis plaguing Greece.
"Prometheus did not bend, we too will never bend" he said and hailed from the people.
Wonderful artists with excellent voices interpreted the work in a miraculous way:
Prometheus: Basilis Asimakopoulos, Io - Athena - Violence: Nancy Papaconstantinou, Ocean / Hermes: Anastasios Stellas, Oceanid / Goddess Hera: Maria Lyberakou. The protagonists accompanied well, Rania Zetta, viola and Vivi Kleisoura, piano. It was a magical evening of music and theater.

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