Published on Sep 10, 2008
Anastasia Eden (vocal)
Ioannis Papadakis (instruments a corda, acoustic and electric guitar)
Antonis Papadakis (bass)
Antonis Palaskas (tastiere)
Vassilis Divolis (percussions programming, bendir, tarambuka)
Anastasis Gouliaris (percussions)
14.08.2001.(Third Ear)-The album "Unforeseen As It Was", a landmark for Avaton, doesn't deal only with the presentation of musical compositions based on the lyric of ancient Greek literature. The way the lyric is approached, as a means of expression, not only for its literary connotation but also for its acoustic value, is of equal importance to the group.
Without any intention to reconstruct or to scientifically approach the ancient Greek ways, the musicians listened, studied and came closer to this sensitive lycial environment, and presented it to us the way they felt it ought to be.
The course of the group in Greece as well as abroad is significant, beginning from their performance in the Athens Concert Hall, as well their appearance in the Italian Festival of Alternative Music and Contemporary Musical Trends, TIME ZONES, in October 1997, and the International SFINX Festival in Belgium, in the summer of 1998.
In Greece simultaneously with the groups tour, their participation in the performance "Angel Wings" at the Ancient Theatre of Delphi, was very impressive and welcomed by the critics.
In the summer of 1999 they wrote the musical scores for the theatrical performance "Andromaxi" by Euripides that was performed on tour all over Greece and at the Herodio Theatre. On November of the same year they composed the music and were actively involved in the musical "Adam and Halima" that was performed at the National Lyrical Theatre.
In 2001 they released their fourth album "Kosmon", featuring renowned Egyptian singer Natacha Atlas, under the label of E—TERRA MUSIC PRODUCTIONS.
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