Michalis Terzis is someone that composes classical music in the most accessible, sublime and sophisticated way, and his latest full length CD, The Rhion-Antirrion Bridge is another (Michalis) Terzis album filled with what can be best described as classical pop music. Many pieces on this brand new CD are bound to be standards and traditional in the classical music world. “Considering it’s a classical music album,” says Don Lichterman, the head of the Sunset Classics & Jazz (SC&J) division at Sunset, “there are accessible mainstream pop elements to his arrangements.” Many songs on this album do have that mainstream accessibility of a Mike Oldfield and Vangelis have done with their classical music. Lichterman goes on to say that “is exactly the sense of direction we headed with the Michalis (Terzis) CD.”
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