“All over piano ” Greece | America

“All over piano ” Greece | America

The Festival “Piano Plus Festival” would like to inform its fans for the upcoming events that are going to be organized at Michael Cacoyannis Foundation, 206 Piraeus street, Chamosternas street crossroad, in Tavros, at 8th and 9th of June 2010, at 8 o’ clock in the evening entitled “All over piano” Greece | America.

The series of events by Piano Plus Festival, “All over piano” aims to bring together pianists and different musical traditions from all over the globe. This year the countries that get in contact through these events, are Greece and especially Corfu, having as representatives the professor of the Department of Music Studies of the Ionian University, Lampis Vasileiadis and the student in the fields of music performance, Dimitra Kokkinopoulou, while from the other side the Bowling Green State University from Ohio of the U.S.A, with representative the postgraduate student Andreas Xenopoulos.

Events Program

Tuesday, 8th of June 2010 | 20:00
Piano Recital with Lampis Vasileiadis
With works by:  S.Feinberg – J.Bach, L.v. Beethoven – F.Liszt and Al. Scriabin

Devoted to his commitment, the Greek virtuoso pianist Lampis Vasileiadis, is going to amaze us, once again, with his choices for a recital that is entitled “the return”. the professor of the Department of Music Studies of the Ionian University, is going to perform a program of virtuosic pianistic works, which include the transcription of the Beethoven’s 7th Symphony by Franz List, a work unique for its originality as well as its philosophical entity.

Wednesday, 9th of June 2010 | 20:00
Piano Concert with D. Kokkinopoulou and A Xenopoulos
With works by F. Mendelssohn, F. Chopin, S. Prokofiev and F. Schubert

The young “nascent” artists, Dimitra Kokkinopoulou from the Ionian University and Andreas Xenopoulos from Bowling Green State University of U.S.A, are going to perform a double recital full of intention, dynamism as well as lyricism that identify their music tradition and education close to Lampis Vasileiadis and Robert Satterlee, getting music education that derives from the virtuosi of the genre, F. List and J. Brahms. The program includes works by Mendelssohn, Chopin, Prokofiev and Schubert, incorporating this way a large scale of different styles and emotions.