This year's ANIMART begins the implementation of an experiential Workshop of Ancient Greek Music and Instrument Manufacturing in Delphi, in the place where Apollo, God of Music, was worshiped. In the long sacred silence of Delphi, the sound of the lyre, flute and other ancient greek instruments will be heard again.
The aim of the Workshop is to bring knowledge into practice through a simple participatory process where the scientific approach of the issues will cover the need for knowledge and the research in the relevant subjects will be an incentive for a fundamental education.
The whole project seeks to approach, study, understand and use the preserved legacy of music of the ancient Greek world, in the context of modern creativity, where the new media and the Internet facilitate and co-shape the musical universe of the 21st century.
The aim of the effort is to interact with the corresponding music of other cultures, to exchange knowledge and experience and to learn and improve skills on ancient Greek music instruments, as part of a process of self-awareness and reflection.
Wednesday 12th, Thursday 13rd, Friday 14th of July 2017
– Reconstruction of an ancient Greek lyre
– Making reeds for syrinx
− Practicing on syrinx and lyre
10:00-13.30, (20 minutes break time)
17.00-19.30, (30 minutes break time)
Number of participants:
Applicants are accepted from all nationalities over the age of 18. Young people under 18 should be accompanied by a parent or responsible adult.
The participation fees are up to 200 euros and include: Four days full board accommodation in double bed room with bathroom en suite. Breakfast, lunch, dinner. The registration fee to ANIMART. Free access card to all events.
How to pay:
The participation fee should be paid via PayPal, by June 30, 2017.
Cheques are not accepted.
How to get there:
From Athens Airport "Eleftherios Venizelos" to Liossion Bus Station by express bus No X93. Bus Routes (Estimated travel time: 50 minutes).
From Liossion Bus Station (KTEL Fokida) to Delphi by bus. Bus Routes (Estimated travel time: 2 hours and 30 minutes)