The “EXALEIPTRON” Piraeus Women’s Group, for Arts, Letters, Culture, Sciences, in collaboration with the Church of Saints Constantine and Eleni Piraeus, present a musical program with Byzantine hymns and chants at the Church of Saints Constantinos and Eleni on Friday, May
22, 2015 at 20.00 pm, as part of the worship & cultural events of Constantine 2015. Hymnos Nektaria Karadzis sing.
Keynote speaker of the evening, the internationally renowned pianist, composer and conductor, founder of the Athens Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra and Artistic Director of the Religious Music Festival of the Church of Greece, Mr. Vassilis Tsambropoulos
.For the hymns and the chants comments the founder & president of the Group “EXALEIPTRON”, actor-director Nala Latsi.The voice of Nektaria Karantzis has been identified mainly with Byzantine ecclesiastical art and has been recognized as one of the most important voices of the religious member. He performs artistic performances in Greece and abroad, presents programs purely dedicated to Byzantine Hymnodia and has been recognized i
nternationally as an “ideal hymn of the Byzantine member and the Original Tradition”. She is the founder and honorary president of the Panhellenic Association of Psaltria. In the Greek music scene she became mainly known through her collaboration with the leading teacher of traditional music, Chronis Aedonidis and the internationally recognized Vasilis Tsabropoulos. He is Legal Adviser and Head of Public Relations and Press of the Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra of Athens founded by Vasilis Tsabropoulos and operates under the auspices of the Archbishop of Athens and all Greece, etc. Hieronymus.
Vassilis Tsabropoulos is an internationally recognized pianist, composer and conductor. He was described by the New York Times as “a magician of sound and a rare musician…” and is one of the elite soloists. He has collaborated with the leading orchestras of Europe and America, such as the London Philharmonic, the Czech Philharmonic, the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic, the Boston Symphony, the Baltimore Symphony, the Italian Radio Symphony and many others.