Tuesdays at 3pm on ERA 3

ert3Piano recital of Maria Efstratiadis , on Tuesday the 28th of March at 3pm on Radio 3.

Ladies in the spotlight in March on Radio 3 and for every Tuesday afternoon within the framework of the cycle “Tuesday at 3 on 3” (audience recitals with a live radio and web broadcast) where women artists are invited.

On Tuesday the 28th of March, at 3pm, piano recital of Maria Eftsratiadis, at Hellenic Radio and Television House’s Studio E in Agia Paraskevi (432 Mesogeion avenue) with free public entrance and live radio and web broadcast.


F. Schubert: Sonata in B flat major D960

Molto moderato

Andante sostenuto

Scherzo (Allegro vivace con delicatezza)

Allegro, ma non troppo

C. Debussy: 12 Preludes (book 1)

I. Danseuses des Delphes

II. Voiles

III. Le vent dans la plaine

IV. “Les sons et les parfums tournent dans l’air du soir” (Ch. Baudelaire)

V. Les collines d’ Anacapri

VI. Des pas sur la neige

VII. Ce qu’ a vu le vent d’ Ouest

VIII. La fille aux cheveux de lin

IX. La sérénade interrompue

X. La Cathédrale engloutie

XI. La danse de Puck

XII. Minstrels

Web streaming: webradio.ert.gr/trito/

Maria Efstratiadis

Maria Efstratiadis, born in Athens, studied at the Athens Conserνatoire, from which she graduated with an award and special distinction. She continued her studies at the ‘Ήochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien” in Hannoνer, Germany, from which she also graduated with top marks and distinction. She holds diplomas in Harmony, Counterpoint and Fugue.


She has appeared in solo recitals and chamber music concerts in Greece, France, Germany and Hungary. She has recorded for Greek, German and Hungarian radio. She has made solo performances with the National Youth Symphony Orchestra and the Athens State Orchestra.


Her discography includes works of J.S. Bach, C. Ph. Ε. Bach, W.A. Mozart and Υ. Ioannidis. Her recordings with all sonatas for piano and two concertos (ΚV 271 and ΚV 453) for piano and orchestra of W. A. Mozart, in collaboration with the Athens Music Society Chamber Orchestra (conductor: Yannis Ioannidis), received an award in December 2010 from the Union of Greek Theatre and Music Critics.


Maria Efstratiadis is a professor of piano and chamber music at the Athens Conservatoire.