Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons” reimagined at Greek National Opera in Athens


Four seasons, a performance for children and adolescents, based on Antonio Vivaldi’s timeless masterpiece, is currently playing at the Greek National Opera Alternative Stage, according to

A work of great artistic value which praises nature, Four Seasons comes to life in a unique, playful and entertaining way, while developing children’s ecological awareness and artistic education.

The play will be staged by the Patari project under the guidance of talented director Sophia Paschou, a company whose performances in the last years have become a point of reference for children and young people’s theatre audiences.

The idea of recycling lies at the heart of this special project’s concept. Renowned composer Nikos Galenianos will use Vivaldi’s original music as a point of departure in order to create new soundscapes, which will range from Vivaldi’s original sound to music made from recyclable materials and electronically processed natural sounds.

Alexis Vidalakis, Giannis Giannoulis, Theodosis Konstas, Katerina Mavrogeorgi, Stefi Poulopoulou, Erifyli Stefanidou, Apostolis Psyhramis.

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