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15 November 2010 - 6 January 2011

09:00

VISUAL ARTS

Visual Dialogues

Fourteen artists strive to transcribe the issues raised in the Athens Dialogues’ six thematic sections into visual terms. The new works, most of which will be installed in public spaces to allow Athenians to happen upon them by chance.

24 November - 27 November 2010

09:00Main Stage

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Athens DialoguesAn International Conference on Culture and Civilization

Leading thinkers, academics, scientists and intellectuals from around the world meet in Athens for four days for a public discussion of issues of universal ambit and significance.

11 December - 12 December 2010

17:00Main Stage
Free admission | Coupon required for the entrance

THEATRE

Inauguration of the Onassis Cultural CentreOpen to the public

The Onassis Cultural Centre is coming to town and opening its doors to the public over a two-day inauguration, on December 11 & 12.

13 December 2010

17:00Upper Stage

Free entrance

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Are the arts and letters a luxury for a society in financial crisis?Inaugural speech of Talks & Thoughts Cycle

The arts and letters provide a fixed point of reference when everything else can look as though it’s collapsing around our ears.

16 December - 19 December 2010

20:30Main Stage
25 - 28 - 52 € | Concs 18 €

THEATRE

Alvis HermanisThe Sound of Silence

The award-winning Latvian director experiments with a silent production which transcends the limits speech imposes on expression. Using a room in a post-Soviet society as his core narrational unit, he explores the concept of utopia through a range of motifs and Simon & Garfunkel’s music.

17 December 2010

19:005th floor - Young Theatre Workshop
Free entrance

TALKS & THOUGHTS

2,500 years since the Battle of MarathonCycle C | History through the lens of the present | Remembrance and Pathos

Greek–Persian relations in antiquity.

18 December - 20 December 2010

21:00Upper Stage
22 € | Concs 12 €

DANCE

YELP Dance CompanyLebenswelt

Lebenswelt is the final part in the S trilogy, which was inspired by the philosophy of Edmund Husserl, who uses the term ‘Lebenswelt’ to define the world we each perceive around us. In this work, the worlds of the two dancers coexist with a third: that of the audience.

22 December 2010

20:30Main Stage
15 - 20 - 30 - 40 € 
Concs 10 - 15 €

MUSIC

Travelling with Panait IstratiGreek Song Cycle | Unknown Hellenism

The opening event of the Greek Song Cycle centred on Unknown Hellenism is dedicated to the great Greek-Romanian writer Panait Istrati, described as the “Maxim Gorky of the Balkans”.

23 December 2010

20:30Main Stage
15 - 20 - 30 - 40 € | Concs 10 - 15€

MUSIC

Orchestra of ColoursThree Folk Suites: Holst / Bartók / Shostakovich

Gustav Holst lauds the expressive simplicity of English traditional music. Béla Bartók’s Suite reveals the influence of Hungarian, Romanian and Arabic melodies. Shostakovich’s Suite is a recently identified collection of incidental film music.

28 December 2010 - 2 January 2011

20:30Main Stage
10 - 15 - 20 €
Concs 5 - 7 €

THEATRE

Victoria Chaplin & Jean-Baptiste ThiérréeLe cirque invisible

Le Cirque Invisible, a circus which combines the phantasmagorical with the poetic, has been crisscrossing the world and hearts for forty years.

4 January 2011

20:30Main Stage
15 - 20 - 30 - 40 €
Concs 10 - 15 €

MUSIC

Orchestra of ColoursKoukos / Gershwin

Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue is a milestone in American music. Pericles Koukos’ Suite in Blue references both tango and bolero. The two ‘blue’ works will be preceded by extracts from a Koukos’ suite.

6 January - 9 January 2011

20:30Main Stage
15–20–25–28–42–52 €
Concs 10 - 15 €

DANCE

Josef NadjCherry-Brandy

Josef Nadj’s starting points for Cherry-Brandy were a text by Anton Chekhov and Osip Mandelstam's poems. Αlthough the award-winning choreographer often tackles subjects and/or works traditionally held to be the preserve of the theatre, he considers his work to be contemporary dance.

7 January - 9 January 2011

21:00Upper Stage
28 € | Concs 17 €

THEATRE

tg STANLes Antigones

The Flemish tg STAN company focus on unmediated communication with the audience. In Les Antigones, they contrast two versions of the Antigone myth—by Jean Cocteau and Jean Anouilh.

10 January 2011

19:005th floor - Young Theatre Workshop

Free entrance

TALKS & THOUGHTS

The contemporary cityscape and antiquitiesCycle C | History through the lens of the present | Remembrance and Pathos

The contemporary cityscape and antiquities: A strained relationship.

12 January 2011

19:005th floor - Young Theatre Workshop

Free entrance

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Cosmopolitan cultures: Reality or utopia?Cycle A | Mediterranean | A story of charm

People who have experienced the rise and fall of cosmopolitanism in cities like Constantinople and Alexandria relate their personal accounts of the magic—and the limits—of co-cultural living.

14 January - 30 January 2011

21:00Upper Stage
22 € | Concs 12 € 

THEATRE

bijoux de KantWerther

The ambivalence of the author (Goethe) to the creation that made his name Werther can be compared to a lover’s ambivalence towards the object of their passion.

19 January 2011

19:005th floor - Young Theatre Workshop

Free entrance


 

TALKS & THOUGHTS

The cultural roots of the crisisCycle B | Polis and the city | Greek society in reflection

The signs we ignored—mistakes, delays and misunderstandings.

20 January - 18 February 2011

20:30Main Stage
8 - 12 - 15 - 20 - 25 - 32 €
Concs 10 - 15 €

THEATRE

Stathis LivathinosDanton’s Death

Danton’s Death is a classic work of the European stage written in 1835, when Georg Büchner was just 21. Stathis Livathinos takes on Büchner’s revolutionary mosaic with a tightly-knit ensemble in an effort to illuminate the relentless mechanisms of History.

24 January 2011

20:30Main Stage
15 - 20 - 30 - 40 € 
Concs 10 -15 €

MUSIC

Stavros KougioumtzisGreek Song Cycle | Uknown Hellenism

The second event in the Greek Song Cycle is dedicated to the great composer, Stavros Kougioumtzis.

25 January 2011

20:30Main Stage
15 - 20 - 30 - 40 € 
Concs 10 - 15 €

MUSIC

Athens Camerata on Period InstrumentsJohann Sebastian Bach and Greek Mythology

Two wonderful myths from Antiquity turned into ‘theatre with music’ by the great Johann Sebastian Bach. Alexandros Myrat reappears with the renewed Camerata, which now plays on period instruments.

26 January 2011

19:005th floor - Young Theatre Workshop

Free entrance

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Man creates lifeCycle D | And yet it moves! | Science and technology in the 21st century

The synthetic cell or the 21st-century Adam

1 February 2011

20:30Main Stage
15 - 20 - 30 - 40 € 
Concs 10 - 15 €

MUSIC

Anouar Brahem Quartet

World art with Arab roots which do not dominate, but give his works a pan-Mediterranean feel. The newest work from the Tunisian oudist, Anouar Brahem (The Astounding Eyes of Rita), is rooted in an unprecedented melding of eastern and western instruments.

2 February - 4 February 2011

21:00Upper Stage
15 € | Concs 7 €

SHOWS FOR EVERYONE

Prassein Aloga Visual Puppet TheatreThe Sugarkneaded

Emmanuela Kapokaki describes her work as visual puppet theatre. In The Sugarkneaded, a work based on a fairytale, she continues her personal exploration of the relationship between actor and puppet.

5 February - 6 February 2011

21:00Upper Stage
25 € | Concs 15 €

MUSIC

Lorenda Ramou & Medea ElectroniqueGoya - Beethoven: The Path to Silence

The performance uses video images and live piano to trace parallels between the life and works of Beethoven and Goya, two artists with many things in common.

7 February 2011

19:00Main Stage

Free entrance

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Political violence and fanaticismCycle B | Polis and the city | Greek society in reflection

A discussion prompted by Stathis Livathinos’ staging of Georg Büchner’s Danton’s Death.

11 February - 20 February 2011

21:00Upper Stage
22 € | Concs 12 €

DANCE

RootlessRootEyes in the Colors of the Rain

Linda Kapetanea and Josef Fruček explore their personal style in every work they choreograph, drawing on codes as disparate as the martial arts, acrobatics and contemporary dance.

13 February 2011

20:30Main Stage
15 - 25 - 30 € 
Concs 10 - 15 €

MUSIC

Paolo Pandolfo EnsembleTravel Notes

The viol virtuoso, Paolo Pandolfo, revives compositions of the French Baroque, a high point for the instrument thanks, mainly, to Monsieur de Saint Colombe and Marin Marais.

16 February 2011

19:005th floor - Young Theatre Workshop

Free entrance

TALKS & THOUGHTS

The use of history in Constantine Cavafy’s poetryCycle C | History through the lens of the present | Remembrance and Pathos

The use of history in Constantine Cavafy’s poetry.

19 February 2011

20:30Main Stage
15 - 20 - 30 - 40 € 
Concs 10 -15 €

MUSIC

Alina Ibragimova & Cédric Tiberghien

Alina Ibragimova (b. 1985) is one of the most celebrated violinists of her generation. Accompanied by the French pianist, Cédric Tiberghien, she will be performing works that occupy a special place in the violin repertoire.

20 February - 21 February 2011

20:30Main Stage
15 - 20 - 30 - 40 €
Concs 10 - 15 €

MUSIC

Athens Camerata on Period InstrumentsGeorg Benda: Medea | Joseph Haydn

Karyofyllia Karabeti breathes new life into Georg Benda’s Medea, while the Camerata’s period instruments bring us closer to the spare symphonic sound of the Classical period.

22 February 2011

19:00Upper Stage
Free entrance

TALKS & THOUGHTS

How did science fiction films imagine the 21st century, and how close were they to our reality?

Cycle D | Science and technology in the 21st century

22 February 2011

20:30Main Stage
15 - 20 - 30 - 40 € 
Concs 10 - 15 €

MUSIC

Dimitris LagiosGreek Song Cycle | Uknown Hellenism

The concert features Greek premieres of key works from the oeuvre of the musician and composer Dimitris Lagios.

23 February 2011

21:00Upper Stage
25 € | Concs 15 €

MUSIC

Christos Sakellaridis & Beata PinceticExotica | Works for two pianos

A genuinely exotic programme for two pianos, with works by Ástor Piazzolla, Darius Milhaud, William Bolcom, Samuel Barber and Christos Papageorgiou.

24 February - 26 February 2011

20:30Main Stage
15–20–25–28–42–52 €
Concs 10 - 15 €

THEATRE

Guy CassiersUnder the Volcano

Guy Cassiers, renowned for his theatrical adaptations of literary works, travelled to Mexico to film the actual surroundings in which the events described in Malcolm Lowry’s novel took place.

24 February - 25 February 2011

21:00Upper Stage
25 € | Concs 15 €

MUSIC

Sakis PapadimitriouCinepoeme

Cinepoeme is a production in which live music accompanies silent films. The great jazz pianist conjures up a new integrated art-form in which speech, film and music complement one another.

27 February 2011

20:30Main Stage
15 - 20 - 30 - 40 € 
Concs 10 - 15 €

MUSIC

Orchestra of ColoursAristophanes x 3

Three renowned contemporary Greek composers with music written for productions of Aristophanes: Yiorgos Kouroupos, Thodoros Antoniou and Dimitris Papadimitriou.

2 March 2011

19:005th floor - Young Theatre Workshop

Free entrance

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Mediterranean noirCycle A | Mediterranean | A story of charm

Manuel Vázquez Montalbán, Andrea Camilleri and Jean-Claude Izzo laid the foundations of a crime fiction genre which many believe has features in common throughout the Mediterranean region.

3 March - 19 March 2011

21:00Upper Stage
22 € | Concs 12 €  

THEATRE

projectorThe Mission (Der Aufrag)

In the Greek première of Heiner Müller's The Mission, the young director, Anestis Azas, attempts to explore what revolution might mean in the constantly changing society of Greece today.

4 March - 6 March 2011

20:30Main Stage
20 - 25 - 30 - 40 - 60 €
Concs 10 - 15 - 20 €

MUSIC

Athens Camerata on Period InstrumentsIphigenia in Aulis

Racine’s reworking of Euripides’ famous tragedy acquires a new dimension with the stirring music composed by Christoph Willibald Gluck and premiered in Paris in 1774.

9 March 2011

19:00Main Stage
Free entrance

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Multiverse and LHCThe CERN experiment

Cycle D | And yet it moves! | Science and technology in the 21st century

10 March 2011

20:30Main Stage
15 - 25 - 30 €
Concs 10 - 15 €

MUSIC

Savina Yannatou & Constantinople

Sappho’s poetry provides the spark for a delightful collaboration between internationally celebrated artists, such as Savina Yannatou, Yiota Festa and the Constantinople ensemble, with poetry readings embellished by vocal and instrumental improvisations.

15 March - 30 June 2011

12:00Exhibition Hall
7 € | Concs.3,5€, 3€ for educational programmes only (click here)

VISUAL ARTS

Polyglossia

The exhibition features work by living artists of Greek descent who were born or live outside Greece, and aims to cover every means of visual expression. In Polyglossia, the visual arts recall the literary in a reference to the dual focus of the OCC.

17 March 2011

19:005th floor - Young Theatre Workshop

Free entrance

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Politics, Morality and the lawCycle B | Polis and the city | Greek society in reflection

Re-examining basic concepts

19 March - 2 April 2011

20:30Main Stage
8 - 12 - 15 - 20 - 25 - 32 € 
Concs 10 - 15 €

DANCE

angeliki stellatou - stavros gasparatosseven deadly sins

The two artists join forces to co-define the spirit of collaboration between two art-forms that have been flirting with one another since time began: dance and music.

20 March 2011

21:00Upper Stage
25 € | Concs 15 €

MUSIC

Duo GoliardiPolifonia in Due

The repertoire of the unique Duo Goliardi, founded in 2003 by the flautist Dimitris Kountouras and the accordionist Konstantinos Raptis, extends from the Middle Ages to the 21st century.

23 March 2011

19:005th floor - Young Theatre Workshop

Free entrance

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Approaching history through graphic novelsCycle C | History through the lens of the present | Remembrance and Pathos

Approaching history through graphic novels.

23 March - 26 March 2011

21:00Upper Stage
22 € | Concs 12 €

DANCE

Mandafounis/ Mazliah/ ZarhyCover up

With shared experiences from Forsythe’s company, Mazliah, Mandafounis and Zarhy approach the creative process with a view relating to the role of the performer in contemporary choreography.

27 March - 4 April 2011

21:00Upper Stage
15 € | Concs 7 €

SHOWS FOR EVERYONE

Katerini Antonakaki / La main d΄oeuvresEnviron 0.618

Starting with Martin Heidegger’s Building, Dwelling, Thinking, the production explores the role of space and objects in our everyday thought and praxis.

28 March 2011

20:30Main Stage
15 - 20 - 30 - 40 € 
Concs 10 - 15 €

MUSIC

The Orchestra of Colours performing works by young Greek composersUnknown Hellenism

A concert dedicated to music which is hard to be performed in public while it is still ‘contemporary’.

29 March 2011

21:00Upper Stage
25 € | Concs 15 €

MUSIC

Sokratis SinopoulosTies

A concert in which the virtuoso of the lute and Constantinopolitan lyre, Sokratis Sinopoulos, plays alongside highly respected Greek traditional instrumentalists and vocalists.

30 March 2011

19:00Upper Stage

Free entrance

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Can science and religion coexist?Cycle D | And yet it moves! | Science and technology in the 21st century

Can science and religion coexist, or are they condemned to eternal conflict?

31 March 2011

21:00Upper Stage
One-day ticket: 20 € | Concs 15 €
Two-day ticket: 35 € | Concs 25 €
Three-day ticket: 50 € | Concs 35 €

MUSIC

Borderline FestivalPierre Bastien & Phonophani / Thomas Ankersmit / Phill Niblock

In the three-day Borderline Festival experimentation entails participation and personal interpretation, not austerity and academic approaches; it is open and poetic.

1 April 2011

21:00Upper Stage
One-day ticket: 20 € | Concs 15 €
Two-day ticket: 35 € | Concs 25 €
Three-day ticket: 50 € | Concs 35 €

MUSIC

Borderline FestivalFamily Battle Snake / Jacaszek / Hildur Gudnadóttir & BJ Nilsen

In the three-day Borderline Festival experimentation entails participation and personal interpretation, not austerity and academic approaches; it is open and poetic.

2 April 2011

21:00Upper Stage
One-day ticket: 20 € | Concs 15 €
Two-day ticket: 35 € | Concs 25 €
Three-day ticket: 50 € | Concs 35 €

MUSIC

Borderline FestivalThe Skein (Andrea Parkins & Jessica Constable) / Alva Noto

In the three-day Borderline Festival experimentation entails participation and personal interpretation, not austerity and academic approaches; it is open and poetic.

3 April 2011

20:30Main Stage
15 - 20 - 30 - 40 € 
Concs 10 - 15 €

MUSIC

Stephan MicusOn Silent Wings

If world music had a face, it could well be that of Stephan Micus, who takes instruments from every corner of the planet, with unique sounds and strange names and transforms them in his work.

5 April 2011

20:30Main Stage
15 - 20 - 30 - 40 €
Concs 10 - 15 €

MUSIC

Athens Camerata on Period InstrumentsMozart, featuring George Petrou

Camerata, with the magical sounds of period instruments, connects the past with the future, and promises an unforgettable musical experience and... surprises!

8 April - 9 April 2011

20:30Main Stage
15 - 20 - 30 - 40 € 
Concs. 10 €

MUSIC

IRCAM - "Machinations"Georges Aperghis | Composer Portrait

Machinations is a ‘musical spectacle’ with four female performers, a man, a computer and video projectors, with texts written by the composer and the philosophy professor, François Regnault.

8 April - 15 April 2011

20:30

FESTIVALS

Georges AperghisComposer Portrait

10 April 2011

20:30Main Stage
15 - 25 - 30 - 40 € 
Concs 10 - 15 €

MUSIC

Enrico Rava & Stefano Bollani

The trumpeter Enrico Rava occupies a page of his own in the history of European jazz with his virtuosic maturity, refinement, finesse, personal sound and ability to swing. The pianist Stefano Bollani is a superb improviser whose modus operandi involves “always focusing on the ideal listener”.

12 April 2011

21:00Upper Stage
Free admission

MUSIC

Lux AeternaOnassis Scholars Association

Two purely religious music pieces from the present and the past will be performed by renowned soloists and distinguished scholars of the Onassis Foundation in the Easter concert.

13 April 2011

20:30Main Stage
15 - 25 - 30 € 
Concs 8 €

MUSIC

dissonArt ensembleGeorges Aperghis | Composer Portrait

The programme covers the extensive period since 1975, and reveals a soundscape marked by explosive vigour, dynamism and virtuosity as well as humour and a childlike playfulness.

15 April 2011

20:30Main Stage
15 - 20 - 30 - 40 € 
Concs 8 €

MUSIC

Klangforum WienGeorges Aperghis | Composer Portrait

All the pieces in this concert were written since 2006, and one of them was commissioned for the Klangforum Wien ensemble's 25th anniversary celebrations.

18 April 2011

20:30Main Stage
15 - 25 - 30 € 
Concs 10 - 15 €

MUSIC

Romina Basso & Latinitas NostraSacred music by Antonio Vivaldi

The ensemble Latrinitas Nostra will be performing with the Italian mezzo, Romina Basso, a singer endowed with an unusually wide vocal range, on religious works by Antonio Vivaldi.

20 April 2011

20:30Main Stage
15 - 20 - 30 - 40 € 
Concs 10 - 15 €

MUSIC

Orchestra of ColoursPärt/ Fauré

Both works (Gabriel Fauré’s Requiem and Arvo Pärt's Lamentate) express their creators’ response to the self-evident, but nonetheless shattering, realisation that our time on Earth is limited.

26 April - 13 May 2011

21:00Upper Stage
22 € | Concs 12 €

THEATRE

Kanigunda Theatre Companycity-state

Inhabitants of Athens, then and now, famous and ordinary, relate their personal experiences. The production explores the limits of mental health and the schizophrenia that has typified political discourse.

27 April 2011

19:005th floor - Young Theatre Workshop

Free entrance

TALKS & THOUGHTS

People and the global trade in the Mediterranean’s port cities of Antiquity and the 21st century

Cycle A | Mediterranean | A story of charm

27 April - 30 April 2011

20:00Main Stage
28 € | Concs 15 €

THEATRE

Ivo van Hove / Toneelgroep AmsterdamScenes from a Marriage

The Flemish director is celebrated for his masterful transfers of classic cinematic works (like this one by I. Bergman) onto the stage, and for his ability to choose his actors.

4 May 2011

19:005th floor - Young Theatre Workshop

Free entrance

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Fiction and the environmental challenges of our times

Cycle D | And yet it moves! | Science and technology in the 21st century

5 May 2011

20:30Main Stage
20 - 25 - 30 - 40 - 60 € 
Concs 10 - 15 - 20 €

MUSIC

Kronos Quartet

The Kronos Quartet’s career constitutes a unique musical phenomenon. On this occasion, they will be performing works by the emblematic Terry Riley, Steve Reich and Laurie Anderson, along with four young composers resident in New York: Missy Mazzoli, Bryce Dessner, JG Thirlwell and Michael Gordon.

11 May 2011

19:005th floor - Young Theatre Workshop

Free entrance

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Why do we celebrate Greece’s entry into World War Two and not the end of the war?

Cycle C | History through the lens of the present | Remembrance and Pathos

11 - 15 May 2011

20:30Main Stage
15 - 20 - 25 - 40 - 60 € 
Concs 10 - 15 - 25 €

DANCE

Compañia Nacional de DanzaRepertory Night with Nacho Duato

The celebrated Spanish choreographer presents works which dwell sensitively on human weakness to hymn the expressive potential of a dancer’s body.

14 - 15 May 2011

21:00Upper Stage
25 € | Concs 15 €

MUSIC

Vougiouka/Tzovanakis/ Rossopoulos/ Frangopoulosianemta: the sounds of the park

Vougiouka and Tzovanakis perform music by Rossopoulos and classical works as the everyday Sounds of the Park unfold.

17 May 2011

20:30Main Stage
15 - 25 - 30 - 40 € 
Concs 10 - 15 €

MUSIC

The Jack DeJohnette Group

Jack DeJohnette is one of the leading jazz drummers of the post-bop era. His collaborations are the stuff of jazz history. With his new combo, he will be playing standards from a recording career spanning 45 years and his recent album, Music We Are.

18 - 20 May 2011

21:00Upper Stage
22 € | Concs 12 €

DANCE

adLibdancesΟh! Deep Sea - Corpus II

The Odyssey is the common denominator linking the works in her Oh! Deep Sea series, but the choreographer’s gaze is fixed on the archetypes discernible behind the characters in its rhapsodies.

19 May 2011

20:30Main Stage
15 - 20 - 30 - 40 € 
Concs 10 - 15 €

MUSIC

Orchestra of ColoursGluck/ Mozart/ Mendelssohn

Gluck's Orpheus is considered a turning point in the history of opera, Mozart's Concert KV 622 was his last completed work, while Mendelssohn's "Italian" Symphony is his most joyous composition.

21 May 2011

21:00Upper Stage
25 € | Concs 15 €

MUSIC

20th Century Chamber MusicBartók/ Messiaen

Four distinguished soloists (Sousamoglou, Mourikis, Liakakis, Gouvelis) perform two central —and highly demanding—works from the 20th-century chamber repertoire.

22 May 2011

20:30Main Stage
15 - 20 - 30 - 40 € 
Concs 10 - 15 €

MUSIC

Athens Camerata on Period InstrumentsFabio Biondi and the charm of Italian baroque

One of the greatest violinists of our times joins forces with the Camerata on period instruments. Biondi in his first appearance in Greece, is accompanied by the renowned mezzo M.-E. Nesi.

24 May 2011

19:00Upper Stage

Free entrance

TALKS & THOUGHTS

The Web, citizen journalism and its impact on freedom of speech and democracy

Cycle B | Polis and the city | Greek society in reflection

24 - 26 May 2011

20:30Main Stage
15 - 25 - 35 € 
Concs 10 €

THEATRE

Denis PodalydèsLe cas Jekyll

A star of the French theatre and a member of the Comédie Française, Denis Podalydès is mainly associated with the classical repertoire. In Le cas Jekyll, the dramatic monologue based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel, we call on him to explore hidden aspects of the human psyche.

1 June 2011

19:00Main Stage

Free entrance

TALKS & THOUGHTS

Stories around the dinner table: The art of food and relationships

Cycle A | Mediterranean: A question of charm

28 June - 1 July 2011

20:00Main Stage
15 - 20 - 30 - 40 €
Concs. 10 - 15 €

THEATRE

Krzysztof Warlikowski(A)pollonia

Krzysztof Warlikowski's play, a collage of texts, images, stage techniques, historical issues, figures and myths, meditates on the Holocaust and the concept of sacrifice.

17 December 2010

23:30Main Stage

ADULTS

After-performance talk with Alvis Hermanis

19 December 2010

22:00Upper Stage

ADULTS

After-performance talk with Mariela Nestora

7 January 2011

22:30Main Stage

ADULTS

After-performance talk with Josef Nadj

8 January 2011

11:005th floor - Young Theatre Workshop
20 €

ADULTS

Α theatre without a director: how does an actors’ collective work?A seminar/workshop led by tg STAN

8 January 2011

23:00Upper Stage

ADULTS

After-performance talk with tg STAN

9 January 2011

10:00Dance Room
20 €

ADULTS

A Masterclass by a Great Masterwith the coreographer Josef Nadj

16 January - 30 January 2011

11:005th floor - Young Theatre Workshop
€45 per participant (for the three sessions),
€36 for siblings

TEENAGERS

The sound of imagesVisual arts and music workshop

A three-part visual arts and music workshop for young people aged 12-17 which ties in with “Goya-Beethoven: The Path to Silence”.

21 January 2011

23:00Upper Stage

ADULTS

After-performance talk with bijoux de Kant

27 January 2011

22:30Main Stage

ADULTS

After-performance talk with Stathis Livathinos' team

2 February - 4 February 2011

11:00Upper Stage

SCHOOLS

Prassein Aloga Visual Puppet TheatreThe Sugarkneaded

Emmanuela Kapokaki describes her work as visual puppet theatre. In The Sugarkneaded, a work based on a fairytale, she continues her personal exploration of the relationship between actor and puppet.

4 February 2011

18:005th floor - Young Theatre Workshop
€10 per child (€7 for siblings); €5 for accompanying parents

FAMILIES

Building a puppet and bringing it to lifeFamily workshop

Parents and children aged 4-10 work on a fairytale together, making a simple puppet and learning how to bring it to life, playing out scenes from the fairytale and sharing ideas on how to make the sets.

11 February - 13 February 2011

11:00Dance Room
80 € (for all three days)

ADULTS

Dance and Dramaturgy

16 February 2011

22:30Upper Stage

ADULTS

After-performance talk with RootlessRoot

25 February 2011

23:00Main Stage

ADULTS

After-performance talk with Guy Cassiers, Josse De Pauw and Erwin Jans

10 March 2011

22:45Upper Stage

ADULTS

After-performance talk with Anestis Azas and Helene Varopoulou

21 March - 10 June 2011

10:00Exhibition Hall
3€ per student

SCHOOLS

PolyglossiaMaterials and Techniques: Greek artists who live and work abroad

An interactive guided tour of the show (with the schoolchildren’s active participation) and a workshop in which the participants can make their own works of art which they can then take home with them.

23 March 2011

22:30Main Stage

ADULTS

After-performance talk with Angeliki Stellatou and Stavros Gasparatos

24 March 2011

22:30Upper Stage

ADULTS

After-performance talk with Mandafounis/ Mazliah/ Zarhy

26 March 2011

12:005th floor - Young Theatre Workshop
€15 per participant, €12 for siblings

CHILDREN

From object to movement

A workshop for children 6-10 years, by Katerini Antonakaki / La main d'œuvres, as a parallel event of her performance "Environ 0.618".

27 March 2011

11:00Dance Room
20 €

ADULTS

From visual image to physical feeling / from physical image to visual feeling

28 March - 4 April 2011

Upper Stage

ADULTS

After-performance talk with Katerini Antonakaki

2 April - 30 April 2011

13:30
€60 per participant (for the four sessions), €48 for siblings
Participants should attend all four workshops
children 7-12 years

CHILDREN

Prick up your ears at the OCCThe quartet "Musicians fot Children"

The programme aims to provide children with an understanding and appreciation of music.

4 April 2011

11:00Upper Stage

SCHOOLS

Katerini Antonakaki / La main d΄oeuvresEnviron 0.618

Starting with Martin Heidegger’s Building, Dwelling, Thinking, the production explores the role of space and objects in our everyday thought and praxis.

30 April 2011

17:005th floor - Young Theatre Workshop
Free admission

ADULTS

Meet Ιvo Van Hove

6 May 2011

Upper Stage

ADULTS

After-performance talk with Kanigunda theatre company members

19 May 2011

22:30Upper Stage

ADULTS

After-performance talk with adLibdances

23 - 25 May 2011

19:30Main Stage
Free admission on May 23
After the performance on May 25

ADULTS

Meet Denis Podalydès

2 July 2011

12:00
10 €

ADULTS

A Masterclass by a Great MasterKrzysztof Warlikowski

24 November 2010 - 1 December 2012

09:00

FESTIVALS

The Athens Dialogues

12 April 2011 - 16 June 2012

21:00

FESTIVALS

Onassis Foundation Scholars'