BAROQUE MUSIC CONCERT
A recital for baroque violin and cembalo, with works that highlight the virtuosity and sonic richness of these two instruments.
The historic interpretation, nowadays, has a prominent position in the global music scene. More and more are attracted to the works of the baroque period.
This happens as this approach highlights the vitality, the contrasts, as well as the primordial beauty of the 17th and 18th century works, two centuries of enormous importance for the history and evolution of music.
Cembalist and pianist, Gerasimos Hoidas, studied cembalo, continuo bass and pipe organ in Lemmensinstituut and the Royal Music Academy of Antwerp in Belgium. He has collaborated, among others, with the State Orchestra of Athens and Thessaloniki, the Camerata Orchestra and the Symphony Orchestra of ERT. He is the director of the vocal music ensemble Corpus Minor and artistic director of the chamber orchestra Baroque Project Orchestra.
The violinist and singer, Anastasia Miliori, studied baroque violin at the Music Academy of Trossingen and vocals at the Music Academy of Stuttgart. She collaborated with the global youth orchestra Jeunesse Musicale, and baroque orchestras: Laudamus Te, Collegium Musicum Stuttgart, European Union Baroque Orchestra, Orchestra of Patras. She performs baroque works as a soloist and as a member of musical sets.
Anastasia Miliori, baroque violin
Gerasimos Hoidas, cembalo