Thursday 8th July | 21:00


Piano Recital by Lefki Karpodini & Magda Nikolaidou

This recital presents works by three composers of different origins and periods – Mozart, Chopin and Rachmaninov – who were also keyboard virtuosos of their times. The majority of their compositions for piano were used as a vehicle to develop musical forms and explore the technical possibilities of the instrument thus enriching the repertoire.


W. A. MOZART (1756-1791)

Fantasy K.475 in C minor *

F. CHOPIN (1810-1849)

Mazurka Op.17 Nr.4 in A minor *

Nocturne in C sharp minor, posthumous KKIVa, No 16 (20b) **

Nocturne in D flat major, Op.27, No 2**

Nocturne in D flat major, Op. 27, No 2** 2**

S. RACHMANINOV (1873-1943)

Étude-Tableau in C minor, Op.33, No 3 **

Étude-Tableau in E flat minor, Op.39, No 5 **

Étude-Tableau in G minor, Op.33, No 8 **

Étude-Tableau in C sharp minor, Op.33, No 9 **

* performed by Lefki Karpodini

** performed by Magda Nikolaidou


Friday 8th July 2022 | 21:00


Lecture/Recital by pianist Andrew Zolinsky

In this Lecture/Recital, Andrew Zolinsky will talk about and play a wide range of exciting contemporary piano music. He will play some extracts to illustrate certain points, and some complete works. He will talk about how so much of this music has links with music from the past, from the core piano repertoire, and therefore how we can make interesting recital programmes by bringing together past and present.



Distant Charms | from On memory piano cycle

A Tango there was | from On memory piano cycle

JUDITH WEIR (1954 – )

The art of touching the keyboard

GYÖRGY LIGETI (1923 – 2006)

A selection of Études

TŌRU TAKEMITSU (1930 -1996)

Rain Tree Sketch 2




Concerts are going to be held at the Concert Hall of Mythodia Conservatoire in Kakapetra, Parikia, Paros. Click hereto see it on the map. Tickets at the door. For more information: | tel: +30 22840 23202

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