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violin, NOAM GREENBERG piano
LILIA SCHULZ-BAYROVA cello
FRIDAY 6 MARCH 2015
The Pharos Arts Foundation with the support of the Embassy of Austria in
Nicosia, presents a concert with one of Austria’s most celebrated
musicians – violinist Gerhard Schulz, member of the world renowned Alban
Berg Quartet, for over 30 years, and founder of the Waldstein Ensemble.
For his concert in Nicosia, on Friday 6 March 2015 at The Shoe Factory,
he will join forces with pianist Noam Greenberg and cellist Lilia
Schulz-Bayrova for an all-Viennese programme of works by Schubert,
Brahms and Alban Berg.
GERHILD ROMBERGER contralto
MANUEL LANGE piano
SATURDAY 21 MARCH 2015
The Pharos Arts Foundation and the Goethe Institut Zypern present a
Lieder Recital with contralto Gerhild Romberger and pianist Manuel
Lange. Regarded as one of the leading classical singers in Germany,
Gerhild Romberger has established an important career, with an extensive
repertoire encompassing all major contralto and mezzo-soprano parts in
the oratorio and concert literature of the Baroque, the Classical and
Romantic periods, all the way through to the 20th century.
THURSDAY 26 MARCH 2015
The Pharos Arts Foundation presents the Kreutzer Quartet in
all-Beethoven programme, on Thursday 26 March, at The Shoe Factory.
Having forged an enviable reputation as one of Europe’s most dynamic and
innovative string quartets, the Kreutzer Quartet regularly appears at
many of the leading Festivals around the world and has established
creative partnerships with numerous contemporary composers. For their
concert in Nicosia, the Kreutzers will trace Beethoven’s musical
evolution, from his early beginnings and the Haydn infused Op.18
quartets, read more...
EXHIBITION & CONCERT
FLASH BETWEEN DARKNESSES
Exhibition: Friday 27 March 2015
Concert: Sunday 29 March 2015
Peter Sheppard Skaerved is known to the general public as an outstanding
violinist and a prolific musician. His close circle, however, knows that
he is also a highly gifted visual artist. During the intervals he sits
backstage drawing, capturing the audience and the general feeling of the
performance. After the concerts, he always withdraws to elucidate his
post-performance feelings on paper, using various mediums – graphite,
ink, charcoal and paint. Peter Sheppard Skӕrved the violinist has been
FRIDAY 3 APRIL 2015
Pablo Galdo is considered one of the most renowned Spanish pianists and
he is one of the most outstanding performers of his generation. He has
performed all over the world – in most European countries and the US, in
South America, the Middle East and Asia, and he will appear in recital
for the first time in Cyprus, in Isaac Albéniz’s early masterpiece Suite
Española. The recital, which will take place on Friday 3 April 2015, at
The Shoe Factory, Nicosia, 8:30pm, is co-organised with the Embassy of
Spain in Cyprus.