July 2013

 

"Festival of Athens School of Fine Arts Around Greece"

Aiming to become the beginning of an institution - an active member of the society and the artistic avant-garde, the "Festival of Athens School of Fine Arts Around Greece" is organized for the first time by the Athens School of Fine Arts (ASFA) and “Petit Opera du Monde “.

"Singing in the yard of Elizabeth I"

Nikos Spanatis, counter tenor, and Katerina Ktona, harpsichord, will perform well-known songs from Shakespeare's plays and traditional English melodies of important Elizabethan composers, such as William Byrd, John Dowland, Robert Johnson, Martin Peerson, Thomas Morley and others. The sensitive counter tenor's voice and the gentle harpsichord sound promise a special musical evening.

 

 

Greensleeves (Anonymus)
The Three Ravens (Anonymus)
Callino Casturame (William Byrd)
Coventry Carol (Anonymus)
Pavana Lachrymae (John Dowland set by William Byrd)
Come again sweet love (John Dowland)
I saw my lady weep (John Dowland)
Can she excuse my wrongs (John Dowland)
Wolseys Wilde (William Byrd)
Sorrow stay (John Dowland)
Where the bee sucks (The Tempest) (Robert Johnson II)
Two Almans (Robert Johnson)
Full Fathom five (The Tempest) (Robert Johnson II)
Rest Sweet Nymphs (Francis Pilkington)
The Willow Song (Othello) (Anonymus)
The fall of the leafe (Martin Peerson)
It was a lover and his lass (As you like it) (Thomas Morley)

http://musicatthecourtofqueenelizabethi.weebly.com/

Katerina Ktona was born in Athens. She received a piano diploma (1st Prize) from the Athens Conservatory. With a scholarship from the German government, DAAD, she specialized in harpsichord and clavichord with Hedwig Bilgram at the Staatliche Hochschule fur Musik in Munich, where she graduated in 1976 with the highest dinstiction. She has also attended seminars with Kenneth Gilberd in Belgium and Ton Koopman in Scotland.
In 1977 she has started her professional career in Greece. She has collaborated with several international artists such as Marcel St-Cyr, Roberto Fabbriciani, Carlo Denti, and Nicolas Kynaston with whom she has presented works for organ and harpsichord. She is a founding member of the Greek baroque ensemble SINFONIA, which quite often collaborates with soloists such as Nancy Argenta, Greta de Reyghere, and with conductors such as Eric van Nevel and Paul Dombrecht. SINFONIA has also appeared together with the British ensemble His Majesties Sugbutts and Cornets. Katerina Ktona has performed as soloist with the Orchestra of the Greek Radio and Television, the Athens State Orchestra, and the Greek chamber orchestra Kamerata, with which she has collaborated in the first Greek performance of the Concerto for Harpsichord and Strings by Nicolas Gorecki. She has also given the first Greek performance of works for solo harpsichord based on Byzantine themes by the Greek composer Dion Aryvas. K.Ktona is harpsichord professor at the Nakas Conservatory.


Greensleeves (Anonymus)
The Three Ravens (Anonymus)
Callino Casturame (William Byrd)
Coventry Carol (Anonymus)
Pavana Lachrymae (John Dowland set by William Byrd)
Come again sweet love (John Dowland)
I saw my lady weep (John Dowland)
Can she excuse my wrongs (John Dowland)
Wolseys Wilde (William Byrd)
Sorrow stay (John Dowland)
Where the bee sucks (The Tempest) (Robert Johnson II)
Two Almans (Robert Johnson)
Full Fathom five (The Tempest) (Robert Johnson II)
Rest Sweet Nymphs (Francis Pilkington)
The Willow Song (Othello) (Anonymus)
The fall of the leafe (Martin Peerson)
It was a lover and his lass (As you like it) (Thomas Morley)

http://musicatthecourtofqueenelizabethi.weebly.com/

Katerina Ktona was born in Athens. She received a piano diploma (1st Prize) from the Athens Conservatory. With a scholarship from the German government, DAAD, she specialized in harpsichord and clavichord with Hedwig Bilgram at the Staatliche Hochschule fur Musik in Munich, where she graduated in 1976 with the highest dinstiction. She has also attended seminars with Kenneth Gilberd in Belgium and Ton Koopman in Scotland.
In 1977 she has started her professional career in Greece. She has collaborated with several international artists such as Marcel St-Cyr, Roberto Fabbriciani, Carlo Denti, and Nicolas Kynaston with whom she has presented works for organ and harpsichord. She is a founding member of the Greek baroque ensemble SINFONIA, which quite often collaborates with soloists such as Nancy Argenta, Greta de Reyghere, and with conductors such as Eric van Nevel and Paul Dombrecht. SINFONIA has also appeared together with the British ensemble His Majesties Sugbutts and Cornets. Katerina Ktona has performed as soloist with the Orchestra of the Greek Radio and Television, the Athens State Orchestra, and the Greek chamber orchestra Kamerata, with which she has collaborated in the first Greek performance of the Concerto for Harpsichord and Strings by Nicolas Gorecki. She has also given the first Greek performance of works for solo harpsichord based on Byzantine themes by the Greek composer Dion Aryvas. K.Ktona is harpsichord professor at the Nakas Conservatory.


Sunday, 12 July, 2013, 21:30

 

 

 

Mozart Ascanio "Al mio ben"
Brussels Virtuosi Orchestra

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Gluck Orfeo "Ahime..Che farò"
Musica Vitae & Tiberiu Soare

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Mozart Mitridate "Venga pur"
Athens State Orchestra

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Händel Partenope "Furibondo"
Glasperlenspiel Sinfonietta

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Händel Serse "Ombra mai fu"
Baroque Ensemble

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Koumendakis "Hedda Gabler"
Baroque Ensemble

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Gounod "Serenade"
Dimitris Yakas, piano

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Barber "Un Cygne"
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Monteverdi "Oblivion soave"
Effi Minakoulis, theorbo

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Philip Glass "Akhnaten"
Dimitris Yakas, piano

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Pergolesi Stabat Mater
Camerata Ensemble

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Britten Oberon's aria
Greek Opera Studio

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Nyman "if"
Sound Recording

8. Michael Nyman If from The Diary of Anne Frank

 

 

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