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THESSALONIKI CONCERT HALL

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>At the Concert Hall:
25's Martiou & Paralia.
Working hours:
Monday-Saturday: 10:00am-6:00pm
Call center: (+30)2310895938-9.
On days that events take place at the M2 building you may also call: (+30)2310896000.
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EVENT INFORMATION

THE UNIVERSITY OF MACEDONIA AT THE CONCERT HALL

DMSA MUSIC ENSEMBLES

TCH IN COOPERATION WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC SCIENCE & ART (DMSA) OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MACEDONIA
  • 22 May 2019
    Wed     21:00  (EMILIOS RIADIS HALL M2)
The traditional music ensembles of the Department of Musical Science & Art (DMSA) perform instrumental music and songs from Greece, the Balkans and Greece's eastern neighbours, balancing through free artistic expression contemporary crossover and oral tradition. 
 
PART I
Contemporary readings on Dimitrie Cantermir's work
A mixed group of students of Greek traditional, European and modern music from the Department of Musical Science & Art (DMSA) propose new approaches to works from the collection assembled by Dimitrie Cantermir, 18th century humanist, philosopher, historian, musician and musicologist. His work, The Book of Science of Music echoes to this day much of the scholarly Eastern language music of his time, where court music of Constantinople converges with improvisation and Eurasian tropical traditions. The music ensemble combines ancient and modern instruments with a percussion ensemble and a group of improvising musicians. 
 
Part II
The Paths of Sounds... After
Concert by students in the postgraduate programme “Musical Arts - Greek Musical Traditions” of the Department of Musical Science & Art with emphasis on music arrangement, recomposition and contemporary composition drawing inspiration from Greek and Mediterranean musical cultures. Some of the most talented Greek musicians of the new generation are experimenting with what comes ''after'' and opening up to new ideas. A fertile dialogue with related traditions and international trends which reflects the relentless pursuit and free creation in today's trends and artistic approaches.  

ARTISTS

Christos Danas Violin, Telis Dimitrakopoulos Saxophone, Christos Isidorou Istanbul lute, recorder, Thanos Karanasios Violin, Giorgos Meliniotis Bouzouki, Melina Bitzidou Santur, Stavros Xakis Percussion, Nikos Pantechis Bayan, Kyriaki Petridou Cello, Nikos Simitsakos Qanun, Dimitris Stavrou Kaval, Berkay Yilmaz Tambura, Thymios Atzakas Percussion, Sakis Laios Percussion
 
Artistic Direction Sokratis Sinopoulos, Lefteris Tsikouridis

TICKET PRICES

10€, 5€ (reduced)

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