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Nikolas Anadolis, jazz improvisation seminar & solo piano live on January 25, 2017 at 11:00at Philippos Nakas Conservatory  - ATHENS 41 Hippocratous str., tel.210 3634000 - participation 15 euros -

A unique mix of excellent, multi-genre live music, well-presented in a stylish but non-trendy environment !

The cool new place to hangout in the city!

The Stavros Niarchos Park is transformed into an open musical palette by hosting the Elite of the Greek Jazz Scene.

Music improvisation workshop Level I & Experimental music workshop Level II  on DECEMBER 16, 2016 at 19:00 - FREE ENTRANCE - PHILIPPOS NAKAS CONCERT HALL IPPOKRATOUS 41 ATHENS, TEL .: 210 3634000

Εlectric guitar professor at the Philippos Nakas Conservatory Apostolos Leventopoulos will present a seminar on the playing style of Wes Montgomery, discussing the thumb technique and its impact on jazz guitar. Also the way that Wes Montgomery approaches improvisation and accompaniment, analyzing at the same time some of his famous pieces. A small concert will follow with the participation of Costas Constantinou (double bass).SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21 AT 19:00 HRS PHILIPPOS NAKAS CONCERT HALL, 41 HIPPOCRATOUS STR.: 210 3634000 - FREE ENTRANCE

18 November 2016

Madeleine Peyroux

“I listened to Billie Holiday a lot in order to learn to sing. She remains one of the extraordinary jazz singers. But my intent is to become my own voice, to be able to interpret these songs in my own way. “     Madeleine Peyroux

Your voice: it’s your instrument. Explore the world of contemporary vocal music in your choice of style: pop/rock/country, R&B, jazz, gospel.. Open to vocalists, singer-songwriters, and instrumentalists who sing, this four-day program will provide you with instruction in vocal technique, style, performance skills, singing with a band, group singing, and a cappella performance. Teachers: Brian Zalmijn - Steven Kowalczyk Santoro, top performers and faculty of Berkee in collaboration with Marina Satti and Sofia Lazopoulou, faculty of Philippos Nakas Conservatory.  Attendance is free. 

French-American singer MADELEINE PEYROUX began her career as one of the street musicians in Paris’s Latin Quarter when she was just a teenager. Last September, The Grammy-nominated vocalist’s released her eighth album Secular Hymn. She talks to Jazzonline.gr few days before her performance in Athens.