This Summer 2001 in Greece

Theater of Irodion
(Herod Atticus)

May 29 and 30: National Opera performs Humperdinck's Hansel and Gretel
June 10,11: Sting
June 8, 10, 12 and 14:
National Opera performs Verdi's Rigoletto
June 19 and 20:
Jean-Michel Jarre
June 22:
Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra with conducter Yuri Simonov performing works of Mussorgsky, Rachmaninov and Shostakovich.
June 23:
Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra with conducter Yuri Simonov performing works of Papaioaniou, Bartok and Prokofiev
June 26 and 27:
St Petersburg's Maly Theatre
July 3 and 4:
National Opera performs Manolis Kalomiris Konstandinos Paleologos
July 8 and 9:
Choreographer Pina Bausch's Wuppertaler Tanztheater
July 11:
Nana Mouskouri
July 14 and 15:
National Opera Ballet performs Glazunov's Raimonda choreographed by Zelensky
July 16:
Violinist Maxim Vengerov
July 17:
Ute Lemper
July 18th:
Mikis Theodorakis Orchestra featuring Yiannis Bezos, Nena Venetsanous and Dimitris Bassis
July 20th:
Tribute to composers Yannis Christou and Iannis Xenakis
July 21 and 22:
Athens State Orchestra performs Verdi's requiem on the 100th annniversary of his death.
July 24, 25 and 26:
Mariinsky-Kirov Ballet performs Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake.
July 28th: 1901 to 2001:
A Century of Greek Song with Maria Farantouri
July 29:
Pianist Dimitris Sourgos and the Zagreb Soloists.
July 30:
Piano recital by Cyprien Katsaris of the worlds of Greig, Schumann and Chopin.
August 1 and 2:
Haydn Philharmonic
August 5 and 6:
Euripides' Bacchae
August 27:
Philharmonia Orchestra
August 31:
Yannis Markopoulos' 24 Pyriohi
Sept. 2:
Domna Samiou's Traditional Music and Dance Extravaganza
Sept 4 and 5:
New York City Ballet
Sept 6:
Soprano Barbara Hendricks
Sept 7-13:
Municipal Regional Theatre Week
Sept 15:
G Mahler Jugendorcester Orchestra performs Mahler's Symphony #8
Sept 16:
Tribute to Maria Callas
Sept 17:
Music and Dance Commemorating the 1821 Greek war of Independence
Sept 21:
Gustav's Holst's Planets
Sept 24 and 25:
Alvin Ailey's American Dance Theater directed by Judith Jamison


July 6 and 7: Aeschylus' Oresteia by the National Theater
July 13 and 14:
Aristophanes Clouds by the National Theater
July 20 and 21:
Sophocles Antigone by the Athens Modern Theatre
July 27 and 28: The Diadromi Theatre staging Aristophanes
August 3 and 4: Euripides' Hecuba-Cyclops by the State Theater of Northern Greece
August 10 and 11:
Aristophanes' Plutus by the Theatro Technis
August 17 and 18:
Aeschylus' Seven Against Thebes by the Cypriot Theatre Organization and Euripides' Medea by Spyros Evangelatos Amphi-Theatre