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Byzantine Soundscapes: Live Stream Concert Series

Byzantine Soundscapes
Live Stream Concert Series

Saturday, December 19, 2020 at 8PM US Eastern Time (ET)
Saturday, December 26, 2020 at 8PM US Eastern Time (ET)

 
Suggested donation $20.00
 
Featuring:
George Stathos, clarinet
Anastasis Sifounios, violin
John Themelis, laouto
Lamprini Kampouras, kanoon
George Rabos, percussion
Eleftherios Eleftheriadis, vocals
Demetrios Kehagias, vocals
Christos Chalkias, vocals and oud
(online-streaming connection with Thessaloniki, Greece)
This Dec 19 video will be available for one week until Dec 26, 2020

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Byzantine Soundscapes
Live Stream Concert Series: Now on Demand

Saturday, December 19, 2020 at 8PM US Eastern Time (ET)
Saturday, December 26, 2020 at 8PM US Eastern Time (ET)

 
Suggested donation $20.00
 
 
Featuring:
George Stathos, clarinet; Anastasis Sifounios, violin; John Themelis, laouto; Lamprini Kampouras, kanun; George Rabos, percussion; Eleftherios Eleftheriadis, vocals; Demetrios Kehagias, vocals; Christos Chalkias, vocals and oud (online-streaming connection with Thessaloniki, Greece).

Images of monumental Byzantine architecture provided by Vasileios Marinis, Associate Professor of Christian Art and Architecture of Yale University will be projected throughout the concerts.

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Introductory remarks from Dr. Helen Evans Mary and Michael Jaharis Curator of Byzantine Art Department of Medieval Art The Metropolitan Museum of Art and Peter Jeffery, Michael P. Grace Chair in Medieval Studies, Professor of Musicology and Ethnomusicology Chair of the Department of Music, University of Notre Dame .

Celebrating the one-year anniversary of the inscription of Byzantine chant by UNESCO in the representative list of the intangible cultural heritage of humanity (UNESCO intergovernmental meeting in Bogotá, Colombia, December 2019).

Dedicated to the memory of the late Katy Romanou (1939-2020). Professor Romanou offered the English translation of the “Great Theory of Music” book by Chrysanthos of Madytos (1814) which was published officially for the first time in the United States by the Axion Estin Foundation in 2008. 

Axion Estin Foundation’s Byzantine Soundscapes program is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.  

http://axionestin.org/

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