music

WHO[‘S] IS WHO[ON]: Michalis Siganidis meets Evan Parker at the OCC

Greek jazz musician and composer Michalis Siganidis meets emblematic jazz sax player Evan Parker and his artistic fellow travelers: Samuel Beckett and Miltos Sachtouris, at...

“Michael Jackson: On the Wall”: A celebration of the “King of Pop” at London’s...

How does someone become an icon? London’s National Portrait Gallery sets out to discover how the pop music legend made his mark on the...

The Athens and Epidaurus Festival presents a series of educational activities

In an effort to enhance their educational orientation, the Athens and Epidaurus Festival together with its Educational Programs Department, organizes for the third year,...

The children’s Bobos Arts Festival returns at the Megaron garden

The 3rd Bobos Arts Festival returns to the Megaron Garden on June 10, featuring a rich program filled with music, theater, visual arts and...

Musical rooftops at Exarchia

35 rooftops in Athens’ Exarchia will be filled with music on Friday, June 1, in a celebration that will take place during sunset and...

“Tuned City”: Ancient Messene is transformed into an endless soundspace

Tuned City is an international platform that explores the relationship between sound and space in the urban environment. It presents artistic work and theoretical...

A few days before her Carnegie Hall concert in New York, an interview with...

On May 12, Maria Farantouri will take the stage at the renowned Carnegie Hall. It won’t be her first time playing its landmark Perelman...

Pulitzer prices go to The New York Times, the New Yorker, Kendrick Lamar

The New York Times and New Yorker were jointly awarded the Pulitzer prize for public service on Monday for investigating accusations of sexual harassment and assault...

Launch of pre-sale for the Athens and Epidaurus Festival 2018

Online advance sales for performances in the 2018 Athens and Epidaurus Festival begins on Monday, March 19, at 11 am, as the famed Greek...

“Dans les Arbres” bring their improv sound to Athens

“Dans les Arbres” is French for “Through the Trees”. It is fitting that a group focused on stressing the fine pathways from sound to...