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Tag Archives: Kyriakos Loukakos

2nd MOLYVOS INTERNATIONAL MUSIC FESTIVAL: German efficiency and Greek enthusiasm join forces

2ο Διεθνές Φεστιβάλ Μουσικής Μολύβου. Λέσβος 16 Αυγούστου 2016.    -  Στη φωτογραφία :  Άποψη του κοινού από το Κάστρο του Μολύβου.

by Kyriakos P. Loukakos[1] Many among us have nurtured the supposition that German soprano Marlis Petersen, one of the few indisputable contemporary divas of Opera, has been the initiator of the Molyvos International Music Festival. While though Petersen remains faithful to it since its inaugural period, also in her capacity as a member of its Board of Advisors, and is due to return for more appearances for its 2017 edition, the truth is clearly stated […]


by Kyriakos Loukakos[1] featuring sketches by Elli Solomonidou – Balanou[2]   We retain memories of the first assembly of the then newly elected Executive Committee of the International Association of Theatre Critics, held in October 2014 in Beijing, since it signified not only the election of representatives from countries with either strong or emergent economies, as for instance India and Romania, but also because of the proposal of the Romanian delegate, Octavian Saiu, for the […]


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By Dr. Kyriakos Loukakos[1]   It must be rather intriguing to define the difference between a genius and its simulation, at least regarding the insidious field of arts, especially since the acknowledgement of genius usually goes hand in hand with qualities verging to radicalism and, hence, is likely to provoke severe reactions by defenders of all kinds of academic tradition. Anyway, this rather unreasonable doubt was raised by the title of an Austrian critique following […]

Mark Viner Athens Debut of a Major Talent

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by Kyriakos Loukakos   We haven’t had the privilege of assisting to the 1877 Athens debut of the 17-year old Marcella Sembrich in Bellini’s La Sonnambula, but we assume that at least some of the happy witnesses must have realized the potential that brought the Polish soprano to the eventual conquest of the Metropolitan Opera of New York. Remarkably, 135 years later, we feel confident to attest that Mark Viner’s much attended official debut in […]