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Anna Pangalou

Venezuelan composer Reynaldo Hahn based one of his most beautiful 1890 lyrical compositions on Paul Verlaine’s poem L’Heur exquise, which title was also used by mezzo soprano Anna Pangalou and harpist Maria Bildea for the musical event they performed in January at Benaki Museum.

The event included works of Gluck, Sarti, Fauré, Massenet, Schumann, Scarlatti, Godefroid, Debussy and Albéniz. Anna Pangalou, in collaboration with ARTefacts ensemble, has also performed a series of concerts dedicated to Luciano Berio.

Recently, she appeared at the National Gallery in an interpretation of Vradinoi Thriloi song cycle by Manolis Kalomiris, in the context of the 200 Years of Greek Lyric Song cycle. Aris Garoufalis accompanied her in the piano. Amongst her recent appearances abroad are the recital she performed at the historic Bibliotheca Theresiana in Vienna entitled Sultans at the opera, in which she interpreted mainly Italian music originating in the 19th century in the Ottoman Empire; her concert in Schloss Niederweiden in Vienna for the Haydn Year; the recital she gave in Istanbul in memory of Turkey’s famous diva, Leyla Gencer. Finally, she has taken part in two concerts ―at Athens Numismatic Museum and at the Library of Alexandria― interpreting Kavafis’ poetry set to music.