Εκδηλώσεις | Στέγη Ιδρύματος Ωνάση / ONASSIS CULTURAL CENTRE

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.

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