As we’re making our way into autumn, the outdoor live music events at the SNFCC pass the baton to the indoor Cosmos concert series!
On Monday, October 18, at 20:30, the Stavros Niarchos Hall is hosting the renowned Venezuelan Brass Ensemble, a multi-member, highly-acclaimed and often subversive group that combines the flame of youth with the precious experience of their 17-year-long history.
Venezuela’s most charismatic young brass performers, born and bred in Venezuela's famous El Sistema, land in Athens at the invitation of the music program for social inclusion El Sistema Greece for a week full of educational and artistic activities, leading to a unique concert at SNFCC.
The Venezuelan Brass Ensemble was created in 2004, gathering in its core the country’s top up-and-coming musicians. Mentored by conductor Thomas Clamor, the group has held highly successful concerts throughout the Western world, from the USA to Norway and from Ecuador to Austria. In 2007, they performed at the Royal Albert Hall, London, in front of an audience of more than 5,000 people, receiving enthusiastic reviews. In 2012, they performed to great acclaim at the Carnegie Hall in New York City. To this day, the Venezuelan Brass Ensemble is one of the most popular brass bands in the world, constantly renewing its lineup and offering dozens of children and teenagers the opportunity to shine.
At their concert in the Stavros Niarchos Hall, the brass instruments of the ensemble will cast their pulsating spell upon the SNFCC audience, as we inaugurate one more exhilarating Cosmos concert series!
Conductor: Andres David Ascanio Abreu, Manager of the Academic Orchestral Program and the Musical Academic Director of El Sistema in Venezuela
The opportunity to attend the show, in compliance with all necessary measures of safety in accordance with the Hellenic National Public Health Organization, will be given to a limited number of viewers, through advance booking online.
Monday 18/10 | 20.30
GNO Stavros Niarchos Hall
• online from the Ticket Services website here
• by telephone: 210 7234567 (Ticket Services)
Pre-sale for the Members starts on Thursday 07/10 at 12.00
Pre-sale for the audience starts on Friday 08/10 at 12.00
Zone A: €15
Zone B: €10, Concessions €5
Tickets pre-sale (Members)
Tickets pre-sale (Public)
Concession tickets of 5€ are available to students, people aged 65+, children and young people aged up to 18 years old, the unemployed, Persons with Disabilities along with their companion, multi-child families and residents of the Municipality of Kallithea. Children can sit with their chaperones in any zone, with a concessions ticket.
On the day of the concert, concession ticket holders will be asked to show their ID, as well as supporting documentation (student card, unemployment card, family status certificate for multi-child parents, certification of disability, utility bill for residents of Kallithea)
- Doors open at 19.30.
- Visitors are advised to be at the location 30 minutes prior to the commencement of the event.
- Entrance will be possible up to 10 minutes before the event's commencement.
- Pre-registration is required. No order of priority will be available on-site.
- In order for the audience to enter the artistic events that take place indoors, the presentation of a valid vaccination certificate or certificate of recovery is required, or, in case of minors above the age of 12, a declaration of negative self-test result, in accordance with the provisions of Joint Ministerial Decision no. Δ1α/ΓΠ.οικ. 53950 (ΦΕΚ 4054 / Β/04-09-2021). Attendees are required to wear a face mask and observe the social distancing rules, upon entrance and for the entire duration of the events and according to the instructions of the National Public Health Organization (NPHO).
- All SNFCC areas are accessible to people with disabilities.
- For more information or clarifications, please contact the SNFCC switchboard on 216 8091000.
The use of face mask and social distancing measures are mandatory in indoor and outdoor areas of the SNFCC, in accordance with Hellenic National Public Health Organization regulations.
Due to public health measures, there may be changes regarding either the staging of the event, or the maximum number of participants.
This event comes under a grant by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF). Alongside the majority of its events, which are free thanks to a series of SNF grants, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center also organizes a number of events with affordable tickets, thus enriching its income sources and securing its long-term financial integrity.