Photograph by: Maria Tsikalaki Ta Earina-Spring Songs-Customs and Events Mousiko Polutropo (Ioannis Kaimakis, Musical instruction, direction and supervision). VASILIKO THEATRO(ROYAL THEATRE), Sunday 5/29
Mousiko Polutropo in the Interdisciplinary conference (Music and Musicology. Present and Future), Thessaloniki 21-23 November 2014 Read more here
Mousiko Polutropo apart from shows with a theme, a structure and sets organizes performances. These performances are a mixture of improvisations, songs, dances which succeed one another. The Byzantine museum of Thessaloniki invited Mousiko Polutropo and in this video you can watch parts of this performance. Read more here
The words fly like birds. Just like the melodies of the songs fill the sack of the bagpipes and jump out of it, so do the lies excite the imagination of the folk critical storyteller. A satirical tale where the main theme is a delicious pitopouli (birdpie) and two liars who claim it, becomes once again […]
A few words about the play: The performance “Kori m’ ki an perpatis liana…” is about the forbidden relationship between two first cousins, Giannos and Marigo/Maro. Giannos’ mother forbids, with her curse, the love of her son for the cousin.
The School of Music Studies, Faculty of Fine Arts, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki organized an event in honor of Mr. Charilaos Taliadoros,
A musical- theatrical performance of folklore songs related to the turning of time from winter to spring, from hibernation to fertility, from darkness to light. It took place in 10 June 2011 at the Thessaloniki Concert Hal, from Moysiko Polytropo of the Department of Music Studies of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, with professor in charge, […]
Mousiko Polutropo in the celebration of St. Barbara, patron of workers in underground works, in the construction site of the metro “University” in Thessaloniki, 4 December in 2011.