In the context of the European Music Day, the National Archaeological Museum is hosting a concert of classical music in the Altar Hall of the museum. Cleopatra Kyrtata (flute), Maria Louka (violin), Stavros Parginos (cello) and Katerina Topalidou (piano) will perform W.A. Mozart’s 24th piano concert, in an H.N. Hummel arrangement of the orchestral part for cello, violin and flute. The performance will also feature well-known works by Gabriel Fauré, such as cello elegy, fantasy flute, and the Siciliana for violin from the Pelléas et Mélisande suite.
Where: National Archaeological Museum
When: June 22, 1pm
Tickets are required for admission.