Written by Super User
on 21 February 2014

REPERTOIRE

 

Marios Panteliadis’ repertoire ranges from baroque to contemporary music, including major composers from 18th till 20th century as well as remarkable compositions of our days. Particularly, major Greek composers are often included in his solo recital programmes.

 

Proposal of 3 full-length solo piano recital programmes (approx. 80 min.):

 

 

A)

 

J. Haydn: Theme and variations in F minor Hob.XVII:6

 

L.v. Beethoven: Sonata No.23, Op.57, “Appassionata”

 

P. I. Tchaikovsky: Theme and variations in F major Op.19, No.6

 

A. Scriabin: Sonata No.3

 

 

B)

 

W. A. Mozart: Sonata in C major K.V. 330

 

G. Rossini: La lagune de Venice à expiration de l’année 1861

 

                Selection from 24 Riens: No. 1, 21, 12, 2, 9

 

G. Rossini: Une caresse a ma femme

 

            Memento homo in C major

 

           Assez de memento: dansons in F major

 

F. Chopin: Andante spianato and grande Polonaise brilliante Op.22

 

 

C)

 

W. A. Mozart: Sonata in C major K.V. 330

 

G. Rossini: La lagune de Venice à expiration de l’année 1861

 

                   Selection from 24 Riens: No. 1, 21, 12, 2, 9

 

M. Ravel: Jeux d’eau

 

M. Hatzjidakis: Jonian Suite

 

S. Prokofiev: Choice from 10 pieces Op.75: 

 

                     No.6 Montagues and Capulets, No.7 Friar Laurence, No.8 Mercurio

 

                     Toccata Op.11

 

 20th century and contemporary music included in Marios Panteliadis’ repertoire:

 

D. Mitropoulos “Cretan Feast” (1919) 7,5’
M. Hadjidakis “Ionian Suite” (1953) 10’
M. Theodorakis: Sonatine (1952) 12’
L. Margaritis: Sonatine Op.5 (1922) 7’
A. Casagrande “12 signs of zodiac” (1963) 20’
C. Vine: “Toccatissimo” (2011) 5,5’
A. Kolia: The three little magical mirrors (2007) 14’
M. Traylos: 5 small preludes in a tonic idiom (1972) 7’
M. Giusto: Sonata for piano (2012) 14’

 

Other examples of previous solo programmes performed:

 

 

“From the Romanticism of Schubert and Schumann to the Hungarian spirit of Bartók and Liszt”

1)

F. Schubert: Sonata D. 958 in C minor

B. Bartók: Suite Op.14
~~~
R. Schumann: Toccata Op.7
F. Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 12

 

2)
“Romanticism and “classical” passion; melancholy and ethnic style…”

 F. Chopin: 3 Impromptus

L.v. Beethoven: Sonata Op. 57 "Appassionata" in F minor
~~~
F. Poulenc 3 Pieces (Pastorale, Hymne e Toccata)
Yannis Constantinidis:
Choice from 44 children pieces on traditional Greek dances
"Toccata" from the 6 studies in traditional Greek rhythms
F. Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 12

 3)

J. Haydn: Sonata in D major, Hob XVI:33
A. Scriabin: Etude Op.2, No.1
Etude Op.8, No.10
S. Rachmaninov: Etude Op.33, No.2
Etude Op.33, No.4
F. Liszt: Transcendental Etude No 8 “Wilde Jagd”
~~~
F. Chopin: Sonata No.2, Op.35
Fantaisie-Impromptu Op.66

Piano concertos/concerto pieces for piano and orchestra: 

W.A. Mozart: “Kammerkonzert” K.V. 413 in F major
Concerto K.V. 488 in A major
Concerto K.V. 595 in B-flat major

L.v. Beethoven: Concerto No.3 Op.37 in C minor

F. Chopin: Concerto No.1 Op.11 in E minor
Andante spianato and grande polonaise brillante Op. 22

P.I. Tchaikovsky: Concerto No.1 Op.23 in B-flat minor

S. Rachmaninov: Rhapsody on a theme by Paganini Op.43

J. Brahms: Concerto No.1, Op.15 in D minor

F. Schubert: Adagio and rondo concertante for piano and string orchestra D. 487 in F major (originally for piano quartet)

M. Ravel: Concerto in G