Jazz Chronicles resume in 2023 to inspire music explorations, with a view to jazz as a "music of the here and now," with three new concerts stemming from different parts of the geography of contemporary jazz that will meet on the stage of the SNFCC Lighthouse.
Pianist and composer Costis Christodoulou, with a long-standing presence in the domestic jazz music scene and music studies in Greece and Finland, comes to the SNFCC with a special artistic essence that takes us on a journey to the core of music.
The Thing, Costis Christodoulou's band, performs mostly original compositions that are based on the tradition of swing and blues, borrowing elements from a nondescript Far East, and that sometimes translate as a minimalist landscape of meditation and sometimes as a sonic gathering, invested with a latent - but equally important - humorous mood.
Combining boogie-woogie with tea ceremonies, the Thing is in a constant search for joy and entertainment for the listeners, as well as for its musicians. The natural way of its musical phrases and the surreal marriage of rhythm and melody bring to the surface emotional experiences from the historic Jazz music scene of the 60s.
At the SNFCC, they will present pieces from their two albums, The Thing (2012) and Year of The Thing (2020), as well as unreleased tracks.
Manos Theodosakis, cornet
Kostas Konstantinou, bass
Serafim Bellos, drums
Sotiris Ntouvas, drums
Takis Paterelis, tenor saxophone/flute
Dimitris Tsakas, alto saxophone
Costis Christodoulou, piano
Sunday 19/03, 21.00
This event comes under a grant by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF). Alongside the majority of its events, which are free thanks to a series of SNF grants, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center also organizes a number of events with affordable tickets, thus enriching its income sources and securing its long-term financial integrity
Stavros Niarchos Foundation
Cultural Center (SNFCC)
Sunday 19 March 2023
General entrance €12, reduced €8
Concession tickets of €8 are available to students, people aged 65+, children and young people aged up to 18 years old, the unemployed, companions of Persons with Disabilities, multi-child families and residents of the Municipality of Kallithea.
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