Meet Mirco Mungari
Teaching: Ancient Frame Drums and Tympanon
Mirco studied ethnomusicology and playing techniques of traditional musical instruments of Southern Italy, paying particular attention to traditional techniques of frame drum playing.
Having a post-degree in classical archaeology, he currently, works as scientific advisor and performer in the EMAP project, collaborating with the ensemble LVDI SCAENICI, specialized in reconstruction of Roman music instruments. Read more...
Meet Evangelia Thalassini
Teaching: Ancient theatrical performance
Evangelia has done extensive theatrical studies such as Theatre Acting at the “Veaki Drama School” in Athens, and Stage Direction at the “Royal Superior Academy of Drama” (RESAD) in Madrid. She holds a Master's degree in “Stage Arts Composition” at the University “Rey Juan Carlos” in Madrid.
She has directed several theatrical plays in Greece and Spain, and since 2015 she has been involved exclusively in presenting tragedies in ancient Greek at archaeological museums and sites in Greece, such as Sophocles' “Antigone". Read more...
Meet Aliki Markantonatou
Teaching: Lyre and live performance
Aliki accomplished her musical studies on the Piano, Counterpoint and Opera at the National Music Academy. She came across the ancient Greek lyre in 2004, while she was exploring the string instruments.
Aliki studied ancient musical fragments, and she developed a personal way of playing. Techniques borrowed from the Harp, the Krar or the Kanun are woven into her style. She combines the Lyre with many different instruments. Read more...
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