Nafplio - Dance in Revolutionary Rhythms, April 23rd 2021
On Friday, April 23rd 2021 in Nafplio, the Center for Hellenic Studies in Greece (CHS Greece) of Harvard University, in the context of the annual series of events organized as Events Series 2021 entitled "The Revolutionary Landscape of 1821 - Environmental Aesthetics and Politics", invites us to watch online the event under the title "Dance in Revolutionary Rhythms", in the presence of a live band.
Moderator of the event is Mr. Evangelos Katsarelis, Programs and Events Manager at the CHS Greece
Speakers - Topics
Vasso Barboussi, Professor Emerita Department of Theater Studies at the University of Peloponnese, on the topic of: "The Dancing Body as a Revolutionary Act".
Christos Papakostas, Assistant Professor of Greek Traditional Dance at National and Kapodistrian University of Athens - Coordinator of the Thematic Unit "Public and Private Life in Greece II: Modern Times" at the Hellenic Open University, on the topic of: "Philhellenic Choreographies. Travel Projections and Representations".
Irene Loutzaki, Dance Anthropologist, on the topic of: "The Dance of Zalongos, a Legend with Great Endurance".
Date - Time
Friday, April 23rd 2021 - 7:00pm to 8:45pm
Online, Harvard Zoom
To attend the event and participate in the discussion after the presentations, fill in HERE the participation form in Greek.
Read more information HERE on the speakers and their presentation in Greek
Did you know that?
The event will feature a band that will perform live traditional songs, consisting of Yiannis Pavlopoulos (violin, singing), Konstantina Patsi (zither, singing), and Iordanis Kouzinopoulos (lute).
The event will also be live broadcasted on the CHS Greece YouTube channel.
The event and presentations are in Greek language and is held under the auspices of the Municipality of Nafplio.