SUNDAY, JULY 14, 2019
10:00-12:00 Reading Paros’ history through the coins of the Archaeological Museum | Archaeological Museum of Paros
Apostolos Papadimitriou, archaeologist, Ephorate of Antiquities of Cyclades
Emmanouil Psarros, archaeologist, Ephorate of Antiquities of Cyclades
The Ephorate of Antiquities of Cyclades exhibits a series of selected coins at the Archaeological Museum of Paros. These coins were either collected and delivered by individuals to the Ephorate or found in excavations. They are dated from the Archaic period to the Ottoman times. Through the classification and typology of these coins, one can read the most important events in the History of Paros.
*The guided tour will be held both in Greek and English
18:30 “All the twelve islands” | Apothiki Gallery
20’ Performance Stratis Psaradellis - lyra, Dionysia Papouli - singing
Stratis Psaradellis and Dionysia Papouli interpret a song written in the Cretan dialect by an unknown author dated back in the 17th century. Τhe poet narrates the pillage of Parikia in Paros in the 19th of May of the 1668 by the grand admiral of the Ottoman navy, Kapudan Pasha Kaplan Mustafa. This interpretation is based on the reconstitution of secular post-byzantine music by Giorgos Hatzimichelakis.
19:00-20:00 Possible futures for the archipelago. The case of Paros | Municipal Library «Giannis Gkikas »
How do children imagine Paros in the distant or near future? An evening reading of the results of the homonymous workshop that took place in the context of Paros Festival by the artist Kyriaki Goni and the students of the Visual Arts Workshop of the Municipality of Paros.
20:00 - 21:00 Anthropologists@Work | Crispis Mansion
21:00-23:00 Marinos Kontaras: The corsair of the Aegean | YRIA Workshop
Loop screening of the movie directed by G. Tzavellas (1948)
20:00-22:00 City made of music
Wander around Parikia, follow the sounds of several music events that pop up here and there, giving life to every corner of the city.
Leonidas Sarantopoulos - flute
Dimitris Klonis - drums
Yannis Papadopoulos - piano
The trio will play original compositions from the discography of the three musicians. Selected tracks from the albums "Paflax" by L. Sarantopoulos (flute), ''Next Step'' by Yiannis Papadopoulos (piano) and ''101'' by Dimitris Klonis (drums) are adjusted to create a new synthesis.
Stratis Psaradellis - lyre
Vangelis Karipis - percussion
From the Aegean to Constantinople, the lyra-percussion fuse takes us to a different space-time where the rhythm of percussion and the melody of the lyre interweave in an interesting improvisation to interpret folk and scholarly music.
Christos Kyriazis - saxophone
Pantelis Petrou- bass
A saxophone and a bass bring music of the world in the Agora of Parikia.
22:30 Matoula Zamani | Parikia seafront
On the last night of the Paros Festival we meet at the beach of Parikia to dance, sing, have fun, and enjoy a carefree summer with Matoula Zamani.
Matoula Zamani travels with her orchestra to the Paros Festival to share "new songs, stories of erotic resentment, of summer laziness, of provincial enlightenment, of the mating of labor and romance, of traditional dark-japan pride, of poems from Metaxochori and other hedonisms of this time's goodness..."