The ancient Greeks believed that music was a gift of the gods and music played a most important role in their everyday life. They began to study music as early as the 6th century BC, and music comprised a main field of one’s education. In fact, the word music comes from Muses, the nine mythological daughters of Zeus and patron goddesses of the arts and learning.
This program combines the exploration of a beautiful and interesting part of Greece that remains “undiscovered” by tourists, with concerts of superb classical music performed at different venues, some of which are of significant historical and archaeological importance. As its name implies, the Thessaly Chamber Music Festival takes place in Thessaly, in central Greece.