Εκδηλώσεις | Στέγη Ιδρύματος Ωνάση / ONASSIS CULTURAL CENTRE

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.

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 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