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Johann Sebastian Bach: St John Passion, BWV 245


Megaron - The Athens Concert Hall
Pure Art

A dramatic oratorio representing the last days of Jesus and the Passion as told in the Gospel of John. Bach’s masterpiece speaks directly to the human soul, connecting the earthly and the Divine in a truly unique manner. The Passio secundum Johannem was first performed on April 7, 1724, and is today part of the world’s cultural heritage. The Orchestra’s period instruments promise a unique spiritual experience, and a musical journey in time to the authentic timbres of the Baroque era.

In German, with Greek surtitles

Fanie Antonelou soprano
Chrysanthi Spitadi mezzo-soprano
Juan Sancho tenor (Evangelist)
Petros Magoulas bass

The Capella di Atene vocal ensemble
Chorus master: Athanasia Kyriakidou

The Camerata – Friends of Music Orchestra Musicians (on period instruments)
Conductor: Markellos Chrysikopoulos