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17 February 2016


On February 17, 1982 , died a master pianist and jazz composer Thelonious Monk, regarded today as one of the greatest composers of jazz

Philippos Nakas Conservatory IS your link to Berklee. Scholarship auditions for Berklee College of Music on February 12, 2016 at Philippos Nakas Conservatory 41 Hippocratous str, 106 80 Athens - tel.: 210 363400 

Once a year you have the opportunity to win a scholarship by taking part at the auditions at Philippos Nakas Conservatory. Get closer to your dream to study at Berklee, the most important college for modern music worldwide. For 22nd consecutive year the Philippos Nakas Conservatory organizes the Berklee scholarship auditions for Greece. Thus a series of events take place during Berklee's faculty visit.

06 February 2016

Ramsey Lewis Quartet

Ramsey Lewis Quartet for the first time in Athens with his quartet for a unique performance on February 6, 2015 at Gazarte Voutadon 32 - Gazi - live start at 22:00 - 210 3460347 -
05 February 2016

Mike Stern

Athina Live offer us once again the best in the Jazz-Fusion today. “one of the best electric guitarist of his generation “ International Herald Tribune.  Mike Stern (guitar) and Yorgos Fakanas Group .

29 January 2016

Vijay Iyer

Grammy-nominated composer-pianist Vijay Iyer was described by Pitchfork as “one of the most interesting and vital young pianists in jazz today,” by The New Yorker as one of “today’s most important pianists… extravagantly gifted… brilliantly eclectic,” and by the Los Angeles Weekly as “a boundless and deeply important young star.”

Gipsy swing guitar | Seminar and concert with Yiorgos Krommydas on January 26, 2016 at PHILIPPOS NAKAS CONCERT HALL - 41 HIPPOCRATOUS STR. ATHENS - 210 3634000 - at 19:00 - FREE ENTRANCE

18 January 2016

John Balikos Interview

Interview with John Balikos for the the release of his new album, “Rings Around the Moon”. 

Known as the most famous jazz bassist , Charles Mingus (1922-1979) was above all the most inventive and dynamic jazz composer of his time. He belongs to a particular class , that can only be described as " Mingus ".

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