In September, 9 1999 one of the greatest videogame console was born. Today our beloved console has become 13 years old.
No matter how bad her mother SEGA threat its child with terrible mistakes, no matter the bad and early ending, Sega Dreamcast will always be my favorite and best console ever (with millions of fans out there)! Luckily some homebrew and hero-companies like Redspotgames and NG:DEV.TEAM. (and others) are still keeping the console alive, proving that Sega Dreamcast was a high potential machine. So, i found an old photo that i took (yes my beauty) and i wish....Happy birthday and long live Dreamcast!!!
Monday, September 10, 2012
Photo by FrogenLeaf, 2012
The conductor Nikos Tsouhlos led the orchestra and the open theater filled with music of L.W. Beethoven, Gioachino Rossini, Franz Schubert, Ravel, Bizet, Edvard Grieg and Jean Sibelius. Unfortunately i didn't manage to find a center seat so i couldn't hear the orchestra in good balance at an open theater. When the music played in forte, brass instruments were covering the strings. I'm not sure if the reason was my seat position or that the strings were less for an orchestra with lots of brass instruments.
Anyway, i'm not much complaining because anthems were well played and after all it was a beautiful night full of classical music. The top moment of the night was Rossini's Barbiere di Siviglia. Great moment!
Here are some pictures of that night :)
photos by FrogenLeaf, 2012
I would like to write all the orchestra musicians' names in show of respect cause, for me, they are equal stars with soloists, singers and conductors
Zareas Georgios (guest appear)
Koussis Renato (guest appear)
Conductor: Nikos Tsouhlos
Soloist: Apollon Grammatikopoulos
Soon i will upload the Rossini's Barbiere di Siviglia video