More than 30 world-class musicians in a timespan of 6 years have established Minoa Chamber Music Festival. The 6th Chamber Music Festival bids farewell to the bustling Summer and welcomes September with a rich palette of musical works. Nocturnal geometric lights guide us through a never seen before experience of Crete’s waterscapes. A fading pulse of music, resonating through time and space.
CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL
BRANDING, PHOTOGRAPHY, ARTISTIC DIRECTION
Minoa Palace Resort Hotel in Chania was built in 2002 by the Mathioulakis family in order to offer an authentic holiday and well-being experience to world travellers. To further enhance the overall guest experience, the hotel was expended with an aerial bridge connecting the Main Building Bungalow complex with the Imperial Beach Wing thus offering immediate access to the beach from both buildings.
Today, covering 35,000 sq. m. of Cretan land in the popular tourist resort of Platanias, this luxury 5-star hotel in Crete enamours guests with its majestic surroundings, the miraculous views to the shimmering Aegean Sea and the White Mountains as well as the high-end facilities and bespoke services offered. Focusing on the well-being of every individual this gem of a luxury hotel in Chania masterfully combines discreet luxury and comfort with attention to detail and attentive service ensuring a holiday beyond imaginable.
In this unique setting and since 2011, takes place an authentic Chamber Music Festival that invites world-class musicians to perform the most demanding and loved chamber music repertoire.
Constantly inspired by the Cretan landscape, its immense morphological variety and its abundance of textures, KANENAS created a series of Light Installations as art pieces in natural environments that form the basis of the visual communication for the project
Beaches crowded during the summer by visitors from all around the world are reimagined as places of stillness, of contemplation. Experiencing these landscapes under another prism, that of a nocturnal being that examines the lifeforms that develop on the island of Crete, we created an analogy between light strings that expand and "live" on the rocks and sand, or swim in the water, and the actual strings of the chamber music instruments.