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Premiere Cyprus Symphony Orchestra at Rialto on January 21

To welcome the New Year 2022, the Cyprus Symphony Orchestra is delighted to be joined by three special French artists: maestro Patrick Gallois, the brilliant harpist Anais Gaudemard and flutist Virginie Bove, who is also the orchestra’s sub-principal flute. The two soloists unite their talents in Mozart’s captivating Concerto for flute, harp and orchestra.

Considered one of the best harpists of the new generation, Anais Gaudemard will also interpret Claude Debussy’s Danse sacrée et Danse profane for harp and strings, distinguished by their refined rigour and musical ‘archaism’.

Kurt Weill’s avant-garde musical ideas shook Europe in the 1920s. The programme will close with the Cyprus Premiere of one of his most celebrated works, his Symphony no. 2 (Fantaisie symphonique).

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Concerto for flute, harp and orchestra in C major, K. 299/297c
Claude Debussy: Danse sacrée et Danse profane for harp and strings
Kurt Weill: Symphony no. 2 [Cyprus Premiere]
Soloists: Anais Gaudemard (harp), Virginie Bove (flute).
Conductor: Patrick Gallois

When Friday, January 21 at 8.30pm

Where Rialto Theatre, Andrea Drousioti 19, Platia Iroon, 3040 Limassol

Duration 65′

Tickets: €18 €14 (Premium) €13 / €10 (Regular), €8 / €6 (Balcony)

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