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11 April - 17 April 2011

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.

8 April - 15 April 2011

20:30

CYCLES

Georges AperghisComposer Portrait

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.

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.

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.

12 April 2011 - 16 June 2012

21:00

CYCLES

Onassis Foundation Scholars'