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Concert reviews in the Press


In the first place to call is Y.Moutsiaras who interpreted the entrance piece as a passionate back and forth between “cloud” and “sunshine”, having taken the text literally beneficial. What a conducting temperament!

(S.Turowski – Stuttgarter Zeitung about Bach's Cantate BWV 72 "Alles nur nach Gottes willen")


The conductor Yiorgo Moutsiaras knew how to sustain the essence of the music. He followed the general line and knew to lead the musicians' specific feeling for this beautiful music to the top.

(M.Sengers – Eindhovens dagblad about Puccini's Messa di Gloria)


Moutsiaras knew how to keep the unity in the atmosphere from the beginning to the end. A special performance.

(R. van Peer – Brabants dagblad about Borodin's 2nd Symphony and Rachmaninov's 2nd Concerto for piano and orchestra)


Conductor Yiorgo Moutsiaras has clearly worked hard with both orchestras, because it sounded actually inspired by Grieg.

(M. van de Voort – Brabants dagblad about Grieg's Norwegian dances)


The conductor Yiorgo Moutsiaras was widely, strongly and constantly applauded by the numerous public and the continuous applause brought him several times on the podium. Moutsiaras, particularly sensitive to the interpretation of symphonic works, aware of the difficulties and problems in the interpretation of a symphonic work, keeps the orchestra in his hands. His commands are digested by the performers during the effort to an expressive interpretation.

(G.Mougogiannis - I Thessalia about Mendelssohn's Midsummer Night's Dream [Complete])


Yiorgo Moutsiaras, an excellent orchestral trainer with special transfer skills of his intimate interpretation to the performers, succeded inflating his own interpretive aesthetics to the orchestra. Virtuosic and impressive interpretations of the -by Moutsiaras- inspired orchestra.

(G.Mougogiannis - I Thessalia about Dvorak's, Skalkottas's and H.Andriessen's works)