The Boston Lykeion Ellinidon and the Maliotis Cultural Center present this spring’s Greek Music Education Program. The spring 2019 course will meet on six Sunday afternoons between March 3rd and April 14th for 2.5 hours per session (2:00-4:30 pm) at the Maliotis Cultural Center (50 Goddard Avenue, Brookline).

The goal of the Greek Music Education Program is to increase knowledge of and appreciation for traditional Greek music. Our unique approach offers both educational presentations and the opportunity to participate by playing and singing.

Each session will have a different instructor and focus on a particular aspect of Greek music, including musical history, influences, instrumentation, styling, significant figures and musicians, and contemporary manifestations. The class will be participatory according to each leader’s discretion. The instructor may choose to invite participation throughout the session, or in a focused, compact period. Participants may elect to engage by listening, participating in the rhythmic element, singing, and/or playing their instrument.

The pre-registration fee is $25 per individual session, or $30 at the door (payable by cash/check.) The cost of pre-registration for the entire series is discounted to $125. Please visit www.bostonlykeion.orgto register.

Schedule:
March 3: Lefteris Bournias 
(Aaron Copland School of Music, NY)
March 10: Beth Bahia Cohen (Berklee College of Music/Tufts University)
March 17: Panayotis Paddy League (Harvard University)
March 24: Chris Pantazelos (luthier, Spartan Instruments)
March 31: Vasilis Skoulas (lyra player & singer, Crete); presented in collaboration with the Rathamanthus-Ide Cretan Chapter of Boston.
April 14: Lefteris Bournias with Lefteris Kordis (Berklee College of Music)

10/13/16 
MYTHOPATHY / ΝΟΤΙΑΣ (Screening)

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CURRENT AND COMING EVENTS AND PROGRAMS

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MALIOTIS CULTURAL CENTER

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9/30/18

THE FIRST ANNUAL MALIOTIS GREEK MUSIC FESTIVAL 

​10/29/17
OXI Day (Celebration) 

You can save $10 per ticket by making reservations,

or by clicking the "Buy Now" button. Pre-sale price is $55 and $65 at the door, open seating.

You can also buy/reserve tickets by calling:

Michael Terzakis at 617.347.4970 or

Maria Binieris at 617.406.4555. 

Ticket price for students with a valid school ID is $40.