Sun, 02 Oct|
VISIONS FUGITIVES: Piano Recital with Marianna Georgiou
Technopolis20 presents the young and talented pianist Marianna Georgiou in a unique recital with works characterized by original approaches to rhythm and harmony.
Time & Location
02 Oct 2022, 19:00
Markideio Theatre, Andrea Geroudi 18, Paphos, Cyprus
About the Event
Technopolis20 presents the young and talented pianist Marianna Georgiou in a unique recital at the Markidion Municipal Theatre of Paphos, on Sunday 2nd of October 2022, at 7pm, with works characterized by original approaches to rhythm and harmony.
The programme includes challenging works by Prokofiev, Enescu, Messiaen, Scriabin, Gubaidulina, Ligeti, as well as the world première of Ryax, by Christina Athinodorou, a work which unfolds in choreographic-like sequences of movements, gestures and sounds, inspired by the inter-temporal idea of flowing water.
Entrance: €12 / €8 students (under 18 y.o.)
Tickets available at Technopolis 20 art centre
Supporter/Co-organizer: Municipality of Paphos
Produced by: Technopolis20
A few words about the artist:
Marianna Georgiou was born in 1993 in Paphos, Cyprus. She took her first piano lessons at the age of five and she obtained her first Soloist Piano Diploma (ATCL) at the age of seventeen. She also took classical guitar lessons and she passed her Grade 8 classical singing exams (ABRSM) with distinction. She is a graduate of the University of Nottingham where she studied piano performance under the supervision of Brenda May having received a First-Class Honours for the Bachelor’s degree on Piano Performance. In 2015, she obtained her Master’s degree in Piano Performance and Performance Practices. During her studies, she was a member of various orchestral ensembles and took part in several masterclasses and concerts around the UK and Cyprus. She frequently appears both as a soloist and a chamber musician in concerts around Cyprus. From September 2016, she has also been teaching piano at the Music School of Paphos. Cultivating a special interest in contemporary music and multidisciplinary projects she has appeared in high profile projects such as the closing ceremony of the cultural capital of Europe, Pafos 2017 as well as the artistic project ‘Piano Street: Five Steps to the Future’ dedicated to contemporary piano music.