ATHENS PHILHARMONIC
YIANNIS HADJILOIZOU

A New Tradition

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"Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination,

and charm and gaiety to life and to everything." - Plato

 

Megaron - The Athens Concert Hall

April 23, 2019

Yiannis Hadjiloizou

DVORAK 9 & MOZART REQUIEM

Jennifer Davies, Soprano

Victoria Karkacheva, Mezzo

Benjamin Hulett, Tenor 

Alexander Vinogradov, Bass

Hydra Cathedral

August 17, 2019

Yiannis Hadjiloizou

BRUCH VIOLIN CONCERTO No.1

TCHAIKOVSKY ROCOCO VARIATIONS

 

Mayuko Kamio, Violin 

Narek Hakhnazaryan, Cello

Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage

Carnegie Hall, New York

October 10, 2019

Yiannis Hadjiloizou

MICHAEL HADJILOIZOU

Interlude from Act II

9th of July 1821 - The Song of Kyprianos

YIANNIS HADJILOIZOU

Servikos Cyprus Dance No.1

MAHLER 2 RESURRECTION

 

New York Choral Society

Larisa Martínez, Soprano

Daveda Karanas, Mezzo-Soprano

Nicosia Municipal Theatre

SONGS TO THE MOON

April 14, 2021​

Kristine Opolais, Soprano

Yiannis Hadjiloizou, Piano

Under the Auspices of HE the First Lady Ms Andri Anastasiades

 

An ecstatic Mahler Second introduces the Athens Philharmonic at Carnegie Hall

- New York Classical Review

Maestro Hadjiloizou was impressive. He has a commanding presence on the podium, his direction is crisp, his motions are precise and economical, and his mastery of the score was much in evidence. The audience responded with a loud, extended roar of approval, justly deserved. The future should be bright for this promising orchestra 

- New York Concert Review Inc.

The Herculean task of marshalling together the forces of 126 musicians, a 200-piece chorus and two soloists fell upon the shoulders of Maestro Yiannis Hadjiloizou and he was more than up to the challenge. The new orchestra's performance far exceeded all expectations

- broadwayworld.com

Tall and erect, Hadjiloizou cut a Solti-like figure on the podium, though his gestural style was both more fluid and contained than the late Hungarian maestro 

- New York Classical Review

It was as if Mahler himself was resurrected in the persona of The Athens Philharmonic under the fluid and hypnotic baton of Yiannis Hadjiloizou, illustrating that Greek classical music has undergone a magnificent Resurrection. Exalted music remains the most eminent immortality that humankind may achieve. And that was what conductor Yiannis Hadjiloizou achieved at Carnegie Hall

- The Millbrook Independent

The huge ensemble has some superb first-chair players. Unlike their Central European colleagues, the Athens Phil has almost 50 percent women. Their conductor Mr. Hadjiloizou is a magisterial figure, holds his long baton with authority, knows his orchestra well, and has the experience to hold them in check

- concertonet.com

info@athensphilharmonic.gr

Peter Danish, New York Representative

p.danish@athensphilharmonic.gr

 
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