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Philippos Tsalahouris: Julius Caesar

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In collaboration with the
Athens Conservatory & the Athens Conservatory Drama School

The first major opera by Philippos Tsalahouris, staged at the Athens Concert Hall with the support of the Athens Conservatory. A particularly interesting feature of the work is the replacement of the conventional orchestral accompaniment by the sounds of the church organ, combined with an ensemble of two pianos and percussion. The libretto, based on Shakespeare’s work of the same name, is by Dionysis Kapsalis.

– Philippos Tsalahouris: Julius Caesar, opus 75, opera in seven scenes

In Greek with Greek surtitles

Libretto: Dionysis Kapsalis
(based on Shakespeare’s work of the same name)

Coaching – Direction: Philippos Tsalahouris
Lighting Designer: Katerina Maragoudaki

Ourania Gasiou organ
Maria Eustratiadou piano
Yannis Yannopoulos piano
Dimitris Desyllas’ Percussion Class
Choir of Students and Graduates of the Athens Conservatory

Julius Caesar: Alexandros Stavrakakis
Cassius: Kostas Mavrogenis
Brutus: Angelos Hondroyannis

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