ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM OF LEMNOS
Minister of Culture and Sport Lydia Koniordou, Head of the Ephorate of Antiquities of Lesvos Dr. Pavlos Triantafyllidis, the Northern Aegean Regional Governor Mrs. Christiana Kalogirou and Mayor of Lemnos Mr. Dimitrios Marinakis invite you to the inauguration of the reopening of the first floor of Archaeological Museum of Lemnos which will take place at Myrina on Sunday 15th July, at 20:00.
Nikos Spanatis, countertenor
Dimitris Yakas, piano
G. Caccini (1551 - 1618) “Odi Euterpe”
H. Purcell (1659 - 1695) “If music be the food of love”
Ch. Gluck (1714 -1787) “Ahime! Dove trascorsi… Che farò senza Euridice”
Y. Costantinidis (1903 – 1984) «Erinaki»
Y. Costantinidis (1903 – 1984) «Apopse ta messanychta» (Tonight during midnight)
K. Weill (1900 - 1950) “Je ne t’ aime pas”
Μ. Hadjidakis (1925 - 1994) «Itan Kamari tis Avgis» (He Was The Pride Of Dawn)
Μ. Hadjidakis (1925 - 1994) «Pera sto tholo potami» (Beyond the Muddy River)
Μ. Hadjidakis (1925 - 1994) «Mitera ki Adelphi» (Mother and Sister)
Μ. Hadjidakis (1925 - 1994) «To asteri tou voria» (Star of the North)
J. Niles (1892 - 1980) “Black is the color of my true love hair”
A. Ramirez (1921 – 2010) “Alfonsina y el mar”
The Ephorate of Antiquities of Lesvos is the Regional Office of the General Directorate of Antiquities and Cultural Heritage of the Ministry of Culture and Sport.
Countertenor Nikos Spanatis has performed in all great lyrical theaters in Greece, in international festivals as well as in European cities participating in Art Projects, individual recitals and chamber music concerts. He regularly collaborates with internationally acclaimed artists and awarded foreign orchestras as well as with all Greek symphonic orchestras and ensembles in performances, concerts and operas. He is currently a PhD student of the Ionian University Music Department and Artistic Director and Professor of monody at the National Conservatory of Hymettus.
Dimitris Yakas has worked as pianist – music coach at the Opera of Paris, as well as at the Opera of Lyon, after receiving an invitation from its Music Director, Kent Nagano, from 1982 to 1991. He has repeatedly accompanied lyrical singers with his piano in Paris, as well as in other cities and festivals in France. After his relocation at Athens, he began his regular collaboration with Greek National Opera and Athens Megaron Concert Hall. He regularly accompanies Greek and foreign artists in concerts either in Greece or abroad.