The Region of Crete – Chania Regional Unit and the Greek Association “Maria Callas” organize


on Saturday, June 15 at 20:00, at the Cafe of the Archaeological Museum of Chania ( Skra 15, Halepa ) .

Performed by soprano Myra Milolidaki

On the piano is the soloist Dora Manitaki

In the narrative part, the representative of the Hellenic Association of Friends “Maria Callas”, Athena Rousi.

Students of the Music School of Chania will perform works for solo piano and chamber music.

At the same time, there will be a costume exhibition and photographic material from the life of Maria Callas.

Maira Milolidaki, is an honors graduate of the Athens Conservatory in classical singing and the Dramatic School of Embros – Ergastiri, with a scholarship from the Onassis Foundation. She completed her studies in Milan with M. L. Cioni and in Rome with Renata Scotto, as a member of the Opera Studio of the Academy of Agia Caecilia, under the artistic direction of A. Pappano (2006-2008).

She has attended the National Theater Summer Academy (2005) on the art of improvisation (J. Szeiler and H. Waldmann) and singing performance seminars with R.Jansen (Amsterdam Conservatory), R.Hoffmann (Musikhochschule Frankfurt), M .van Egmond, N. Semer, A. Pearce, J. Pilou, A. Christofelli, D. Kavrakos, D. Tiliako. She has been awarded in the international competitions for new lyrical voices Enrico Caruso 2003 and Francesco Maria Martini 2003.

From her first collaboration in 1999 with the National Theater in the Life of Brecht’s Galileo (directed by St. Doufexis) until today she has consistently collaborated with most musical institutions in our country, performing a wide range of repertoire, with an emphasis on contemporary production.

Dora Manitaki began piano lessons with her mother Marina Manitaki, with whom she received her piano degree with honors and distinction and then the piano diploma at the Hellenic Conservatory of Athens, with First Prize and Tourneissen cash prize. After exams she was admitted to the “MOZARTEUM” University in Salzburg, Austria, where she studied in the piano class of Karl-Heinz Kämmerling receiving her diploma. She continued in the class of the pianist Alfons Kontarsky to specialize in the field of Chamber Music, where she completed her postgraduate studies with the piano-chamber music diploma and the academic title Magistra Artium.

Free entrance

Source :  Pneumatic Center of Chania