A solo & a cappella musical performance
Christina Maxouri, after the recent release of her first solo album “To aspro mama nostalgo”, with lyrics by Eleni Fotaki and music by Aggelos Triandafillou, released by Mikri Arktos Publications and after two successfull cycles of performances at Stavros tou Notou in Athens, she once more will “wear” those “Borrowed Shoes” for a performance in the 26th Festival of the Municipality of Milos.
The actress and performer, “borrows” famous and much loved melodies – from Hadjidakis and Theodorakis to Xarchakos and Spanos, from thraditional songs to George Bizet, and she sings them a cappella, intertwining them with reading excerpts of major pieces of modern Greek literature (Ritsos, Elitis, Anagnostakis, Leivaditis, Hadjidakis, Nikolakopoulou,and more) playing at times the glockenspiel and a small baglamas, in a handmade and “at home” performance, which aims to abolish the distance between the performer and the audience. This sensitive atmosphere is completed and enlarged on stage on the second part of the performance by three virtuoso musicians: violinist Michalis Vrettas, cellist Sofia Efkleidou and trombonist and pianist Vasilis Panagiotopoulos, all through the scope of Stavros Roumeliotis’ (Usurum) musical arrangement.There are no photos with those IDs or post 3240 does not have any attached images!
|Song selection:||Christina Maxouri|
|Cello/song :||Sofia Efkleidou|
|Trombone & piano/song :||Vasilis Panagiotopoulos|
|Musical arrangement:||Stavros Roumeliotis|
|Sound designer/engineering:||Yannis Paxevanis|
|Lighting designer:||Nikos Vlasopoulos|
|Palm tree-umbrella construction :||Myrto Kosmopoulou|
|Production manager:||Lina Tziata|
|Duration:||1hour 20mins (no intermission)|