Saint Spyridon - Baroque chamber music, Monday, July 12th 2021

Άγιος Σπυρίδων παλιά πόλη Ναυπλίου, Nafplio old town Saint Spyridon

A fascinating musical journey in Europe of the Enlightenment, with musical works of English, German and French Baroque, from the era of absolutism to the French revolution.

Dimitris Kountouras plays flute with a beak and baroque flute, while the magic harpsichord "sings" in the hands of Panos Iliopoulos.
The two renowned musicians specialize in particular old instruments and have appeared as duo, but also in larger ensembles, at major international festivals.

μουσική δωματίου μπαρόκ, Dimitri Koundouras and Panos Iliopoulos baroque music in Nafplio festivalΔημήτρης Κούντουρας και Πάνος Ηλιόπουλος φεστιβάλ Ναυπλίου

England, 17th century
Dance of H.Lawes, H.Purcell and anonymous composers (Adsonns masque - Cupararee, New irish tune - Bid me to live, Second witches dance - Waltom Abey)
J. van Eyck (1590-1657): "Daphne" theme and variations

France, 18th century
J.M.Hotteterre (1674-1763): Prelude en sol mineur
Anonymous Le sabotier – J’avais cru
M.Blavet (1700-1768), L’inconnue, theme and variations
M.Marais (1656-1728), La reveuse
J.M.Hotteterre, L’autre jour ma Cloris
H.Purcell: 2 Grounds
G.Fr. Handel (1686-1759), Sonata in C major. HWV 365 (Larghetto, Allegro, Larghetto, Α tempo di Gavotta, Allegro)
J.S.Bach (1685-1750), Rickerkare from "Music Offer" BWV 1079
Prelude and fugue BWV 853
G.Cambini (1746-1810), "Children of women"
"Marche des Marseillois", Themes and variations

Dimitris Kountouras, beaked flute and baroque flute
Panos Iliopoulos, harpsichord

Starting time

The venue
Square of Agios Spyridon


To attend the events, make a reservation at the offices of DOPPAT, located at Asklipiou Avenue (Villa Zymbrakaki)
Τ +30 27520 27153

Τ +30 27520 27153

Did you know that?
Dimitris Kountouras specializes in old music and historical flutes. He is a professor and coordinator of the Center for Old Music of the Athens Conservatory, while in 2020 he was elected professor at the Ionian University.
Panos Iliopoulos, composer, orchestrator and performer, was born in Nafplio. After studying composition and piano in Meinham, Germany, he studied historical keyboards and harpsichord in Amsterdam, which he also instructed at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
The Festival will take place following the special instructions of the health authorities, with priority given to public health and with a sense of responsibility towards the public and the artists.
Co-organizer is the Region of Peloponnese.

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