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09 October 2012

Dianne Reeves

 

"The only jazz singer with a voice big enough to rival Sarah Vaughan's" New York Times


Seminar with Veronica Mortensen on October 5, 2012 at at   Philippos Nakas Conservatory of music at 6:30 pm - Ιppokratous 41, Athens -   210 3634000 —-   entrance   free   —


What values does a jazz education offer beyond the music itself ?


The Jazz Studies program at the Ionian University Department of Music is the only University degree in Greece in Jazz Performance.   Starting in 1996 this program has consistently provided the music scene in Greece with some of its best trained and most creative young   jazz professionals.


Once a year you have the opportunity to win a scholarship. The Berklee professors travel to Greece and conduct auditions at Philippos Nakas Conservatory. Get closer to your dream to study at Berklee.


“HBC THE SUPER TRIO” Scott Henderson - Jeff Berlin - Dennis Chambers
13 May 2012

Music Open Day


Music Open Day on May 13, 2012 at   Philippos Nakas Conservatory of music from 11 am - Ιppokratous 41, Athens -   210 3634000 -


A  look at the jazz history through pictures and posters  

Spyros Manesis, known in Greece from his work with various jazz projects, presents now his new project for solo piano inspired by Lena Platonos's music. In this project, Spyros fashions a special interpretation of this important composer/songwriter's music, and creates bridges between her original recordings and his own musical world, in which the classical/romantic tradition exists together with the jazz idiom

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