Experience this spectacular concert celebrating the music of genius Greek composer Yannis Markopoulos. Featuring his classical symphonic works such as The Free Besieged as well as other well-loved popular classics including Who Pays the Ferryman.
Internationally acclaimed vocalist Vasilis Lekkas makes his Sydney debut, performing with a symphony orchestra conducted by George Ellis.
During a time of uncertainty in Greece in the 1960s, award-winning composer Markopoulos challenged popular and conservatively held beliefs about how music could be put together. He used instruments of his own invention and often used lyre, for example, in combination with Western piano – resulting in a rich variety of musical sounds.
Markopoulos was awarded the Music Prize for the International Thessaloniki Film Festival at the age of 24 and was also highly proficient at writing memorable singable melodies including the music for the BBC television series Who Pays the Ferryman.
Duration: approximately 2 hours, including a 20 minute interval
City Recital Hall Member $102
City Recital Hall Member $76
Under 30 $50
Group 6+ $76
City Recital Hall Member $68
Under 30 $50
Group 6+ $68
A booking fee per transaction applies for this event as follows: Internet $6, Phone $8.
There is no booking fee for tickets purchased in person at the City Recital Hall Box Office.
City Recital Hall is the only authorised ticket seller for this event. City Recital Hall is under no obligation to honour tickets purchased via unauthorised re-sellers. If you attend an event with a ticket purchased via an unauthorised re-seller such as Ticketmaster Resale, Viagogo, Ticketbis, eBay, Gumtree, Tickets Australia or any other unauthorised seller, you may be refused entry to the event.
Details are correct at time of publication