The TSSO records for Deutsche Grammophon 17 November 2023

The Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra records for Deutsche Grammophon, the world's leading record company in the field of classical music. It's a recording with the theme of Ireland and brilliant contributors, such as the great British violinist Daniel Hope, with Irish roots on his father's side and German-Jewish roots on his mother's side, the TSSO Director violinist Simos Papanas, the German conductor Daniel Geiss, but also the Irish lyre player Ross Daly who is now one of our Cretans, living for almost 4 decades on the beautiful island.

Recording subject: Ireland
Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741): Concerto for 2 violins in A major, RV 519
Ina Boyle (1889-1967): Phantasy suite for violin and orchestra
Ross Daly (1952): Makrinitsa for Cretan Lyre and Strings

Violin: Daniel Hope, Simos Papanas
Cretan Lyra: Ross Daly
Conductor: Daniel Geiss, Daniel Hope (Vivaldi)