An evening musical stroll in central Athens, in five acts
on Sunday September 15, 2013
Herod Atticus Theatre steps,
Aghion Asomaton Square,
National Archaeological Museum
The musical stroll in five acts is designed to allow the public to watch all five acts, walking from one to the other. The Greek National Opera invites the fans of the ultimate opera diva to take a stroll around the streets of the city centre, to the sounds of operas by Verdi, Puccini, Rossini, Donizzeti and others, to spend a few inspiring moments at famous and lesser-known spots and to experience the city, as well as the opera, in a new light.
The program on Sunday, September 15, 2013 was as follows:
• 18.00 -Acropolis Museum courtyard – Dionysiou Areopagitou Street [soloists accompanied by piano, duration 20 minutes]
• 18.45 – Herod Atticus Theatre steps – Dionysiou Areopagitou Street [soloists accompanied by piano, duration 20 minutes]
• 19.35 – Association of Greek Archaeologists, 134-136 Ermou pedestrian street, Aghion Asomaton Square, Thisseio [soloists accompanied by piano, duration 20 minutes]
• 20.30 – Kotzia Square [soloists accompanied by piano, duration 20 minutes]
• 21.30 – National Archaeological Museum courtyard – Patission [Greek National Opera Orchestra – soloists, duration 40 minutes]
Admission to all events is free of charge.
In collaboration with the City of Athens, the Acropolis Museum, the National Archaeological Museum, the Association of Greek Architects and the urban revival group Every Saturday in Athens.