An event dedicated to the depictions of Nature in Music, will be presented by Professor Emeritus of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Mr. Yannis Mourelos, at the amphitheatre of Teloglion on Tuesday 16 April at 19:00.

Music is a unique art in itself, as it uses completely abstract materials through the dimension of time. It stimulates the senses as a whole, perhaps because it does not involve a visual dimension. In this respect, it differs diametrically from the visual arts, painting and sculpture.

The event has both an acoustic and visual component, as we will be transported to some of the most important concert halls, listening to (and watching) renowned orchestras and accomplished musicians, many of whom are unfortunately no longer alive. The selection has been made according to very strict quality criteria and in some ways represents a retrospective of the second half of the 20th and early 21st centuries in terms of artists and symphonic ensembles. All, without exception, the examples come from the symphonic repertoire. From a structural point of view, the evening adopts the theory of the four elements and is divided into the following four parts: Air, Earth, Fire, Water with their respective musical examples.

Admissions Free.

Telephone reservation is required at 2310247111.

Teloglion Foundation

Agiou Dimitriou 159A, 546 36, Thessaloniki
tel: 2310 991377,

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