Morning Concerts at the National Archaeological Museum – December 2014

Morning Concerts at the National Archaeological Museum – December 2014

 The National Archaeological Museum inaugurated for its visitors a circle of morning concerts of small musical ensembles, hosted in the Hall of the Altar, performing music of various styles, ranging from Greek antiquity to contemporary creations, to be held every Wednesday of December. 

 Concerts are scheduled for 12:00 noon and will be one hour in duration.

Free attendance at the performances for the visitors of the Museum


Winter Journey  

One of the greatest song cycles by the young at that time composer Franz Schubert, Winter Journey [Die Winterreise, D911] was written in 1827. 
Baritone: Kostas Raphailidis 
Piano: Frixos Mortzos 


“Under the sound’s sweet shade”

The three artists perform, through the track of chamber music, one of the most charming and highly regarded conversational paradigms, that of solo voice accompanied by flute and piano. They have selected works of known and unknown composers of the 19th and 20th century (Saint-Saëns, Hossein, Samaras, Brandts-Buys, Jacob, Barber, Mortari, Ravel, Kalomoiris, Rutter, Martin) revealing the beauty and melodious match of these particular aspects of sound as much as compositional lavishness.
Soprano: Peny Deligianni 
Piano: Konstantina Polychronopoulou 
Flute: Nikos Nikolopoulos 


“Through a Kaleidoscope” 

A musical wandering through the centuries, for flute and piano. In this journey we attend a lyrical kaleidoscope of the diachronic itinerary of chamber music for flute and piano, right across the 17th to the 21st century, with original works by S. Sciarrino, F. Schubert, J. Andersen, a transcription of no. 5 sonata for violin by Beethoven, along with two works of Greek composers, D. Terzakis and G. Ioannidis. 
Flute & Alto flute: Katerina Chents 
Piano: Eleni Nikolaidi 


Christmas concert 

The string quartet Arco dell’Arte will present three of the most beautiful baroque era concerts written for the Night of Christmas. Mezzo soprano Marisia Papalexiou will sing four arias from the “Christmas Oratorio” by J.S. Bach.
Mezzo soprano: Marisia Papalexiou 
First violin: Nikos Karagiannis 
Second violin: Dimitra Triantaphyllou 
Viola: Giannis Athanasopoulos 
Violoncello: Christina Kolovou  
With the Kind Support of the Society of the Friends of the National Archaeological Museum
Opening hours from November 1st 2014:
Monday: 13:00 – 20:00
Tuesday – Sunday: 09:00 – 16:00
The National Archaeological Museum is closed on 25 – 26 December, 1 January, 25 March, Orthodox Easter Sunday and 1 May.
Admission fee: 7 Euro
Reduced fee: 3 Euro
Special ticket package: 
Full: 12 Euro, 
Reduced: 6 Euro
Valid for National Archaeological Museum, Byzantine & Christian Museum, Numismatic Museum and Epigraphic Museum


Dec 03 2014


12:00 am - 12:00 am