A two-day event dedicated to the ancient Greek poet Sappho, in cooperation with Center for Hellenic Studies of Harvard University...
Tuesday, June 1st, 2010
19:00: "Sappho the Musical Diva", opening lecture by Professor Gregory Nagy, Harvard University, and Director of the Center for Hellenic Studies. Hellenic American Union Theater.
20:00: "Sappho: Fragments", performance of theatrical piece directed by Korina Vasileiadou and Camila Bauer Bronstrup, with Anthi Efstratiadou, Iris Nikolaou and Klea Samanta. Hellenic American Union Theater
21:00: Opening reception for Donovan: Sapphographs, featuring a brief talk by Donovan and a performance of his song "Be Mine". Hellenic American Union Galleries
Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010
19:00: Lecture by Professor Timothy Power, Rutgers University, entitled "Sappho and the Citharodes". Hellenic American Union Theater
20:00: Poetry Reading by Professor Olga Broumas, Brandeis University, entitled "What One Loves". Hellenic American Union Theater
21:00: Lecture/Performance by Professor John Franklin, University of Vermont, and Professor Stylianos Psaroudakis, Faculty of Music Studies, University of Athens, entitled "Ancient Music". Hellenic American Union Theater
The lectures are in English.
|Organizer||Hellenic American Union, Center for Hellenic Studies of Harvard University|
|Venue||Hellenic American Union Theater and Galleries|
|Participants||Gregory Nagy, Timothy Powers, John Franklin, Stylianos Psaroudakis, Olga Broumas, Korina Vasileiadou, Camila Bauer Bronstrup|
|Admission Fee||Admission is free|