From the mature, introverted German romanticism of Brahms and the more extroverted music of Dvořák, which draws on the Czech folk music tradition, to the moody style of Armenian composer Babadjanian, the ever-active Trio El Greco presents a less frequently visited side of the repertoire for piano trio, revealing unexpected similarities between these quite different composers. What all three works in tonight’s programme have in common is the tight, energetic and full of vigour interaction between the instruments, their melodiousness and the unfolding of the composers’ innermost musical ideas in the context of a feverish and honest musical dialogue.
- Trio El Greco
Faidon Miliadis violin
Alexis Karaiskakis-Nastos cello
Alexia Mouza piano
Antonín Dvořák: Piano trio no. 3 in F minor, opus 65
Johannes Brahms: Piano trio no. 3 in C minor, opus 101
Arno Babajanian: Piano trio in F sharp minor
Internationally renowned guitar soloist Elena Papandreou has always stood out for her spontaneous lyricism and the brilliant virtuosity of her performances, which have won her important awards and successful appearances in large major concert halls around the world.
Organizer: Megaron Athens Concert HallTuesday 24.10.2023, 20:30