Lunchtime Concerts Online
Episode 4: Panaretos Kyriatzidis
Are you missing your usual Morley musical interlude? Tuesday Lunchtime Concerts at Morley College London have historically been hosted in the Holst Room at the Waterloo Centre, but during these isolation times, we are bringing the concerts to the comfort of your own home!
Enjoy some lunchtime music with our line-up of Lunchtime Concerts!
Students and tutors from our advanced instrumental courses, from harpsichord to chamber music, show their musical talent and performing skills. These concerts are ideal for those who do not often get the opportunity to go to concerts, but also they are an excellent introduction to classical music, Jazz and other genres.
In this podcast series, Dimitris Karydis, catches up with the performers to for a quick informal chat about the experience of performing to an online audience, to discuss some of the chosen repertoire and more!
Watch the Lunchtime Concerts Live every Tuesday on Facebook Live.
‘A European Suite’
Manuel De Falla (Spain) – Danza ritual del fuego from El amor brujo
Béla Bartók (Hungary) – No 3 from 6 Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm, from Mikrokosmos
Nino Rota (Italy) – No 13 from 15 Preludi
Ioannis Constantinidis (Greece) – No 8 (Pentozali) from 8 Danses des îles grècques
Nicolas Economou (Cyprus) – Für Chopin und Tchaikovsky von Prokofiev, from Kinderlaunen
Dmitri Shostakovich (Russia) – Prelude in D flat major, from 24 Preludes and Fugues
Leoš Janáček (Czechia) – No 1 from In the mists
Francis Poulenc (France) – Caprice Italien from Napoli Suite
Streamed and recorded live on Tuesday April 21, 2020
Intro Music: Excerpt from Óthisi: for 2 pianos 8 hands, composed by Paul Sarcich