Performed by Viktoria Zora (violin) and Kostas Chardas (piano) featuring salon music of the 1900s, folk influences of the 1940s, modernism of the 1960s and a new composition.
Napoleon Lambelet: Sérénade D’Arlequin à Colombine (1901)
Manolis Kalomiris: Aux Iles (1932)
Mikis Theodorakis: Three Pieces for December (1946)
Dimitris Dragatakis: (untitled)
Yannis Constantinidis: Petite Suite sur des airs populaires grecs du Dodécanèse (1947)
Yannis Ioannidis: Duo (1962)
Costas Tsougras: Moods (2014)
Dr Viktoria Zora is an instrumental tutor at Goldsmiths, University of London, with research interests in 20th century Russian music, cultural diplomacy, Soviet music publishing and performance practice.
Dr Kostas Chardas is Assistant Professor of Systematic Musicology at the Department of Music Studies of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, with research interests in 20th and 21st century music theory and analysis, Greek music and performance practice.
This lunchtime concert is free and open to all.
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