From the Byzantine`Echos` to the Ottoman`Makam`

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From the Byzantine`Echos` to the Ottoman`Makam`
Greek Community & Axion Estin Foundation
The Axion Estin Foundation in association with the
The Ph.D. / D.M.A. Programs in Music of the Graduate Center, CUNY
p r e s e n t
From the Byzantine ‘Echos’
to the Ottoman ‘Makam’
Children Choir of the William Spyropoulos School of Saint Nicholas Flushing (2013-2014 School Year).
From left: Dr. Christos P. Ioannides, Director of the Center for
Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies Queens College, CUNY;
His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios of the Greek Orthodox
Archdiocese of America; Dr. Stephen Blum of the Graduate
Center; Dr. Helen C. Evans, Mary and Michael Jaharis Curator
for Byzantine Art, the Department of Medieval Art and The
Cloisters of the Metropolitan Museum of Art; Dr. Vicki Pappas
of the National Forum of Greek Orthodox Church Musicians.
Dr. Grammenos Karanos, Hellenic College Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School
of Theology and Nicholas Kyriakos of
the Rev. Peter N. Kyriakos Endowment
Fund.
f e a t u r i n g
Eleftherios Eleftheriadis & Grammenos Karanos
DÜNYA ensemble consisting of
Mehmet Ali Sanlikol, Robert Labaree, and George Lernis
Children Choir of the William Spyropoulos School
Monday December 9, 2013 • 7:30 pm
From left (seated): Rev. Fr. Paul C. Palesty, Presiding Priest, St. Nicholas Shrine Church, Flushing, New York;
Dr. Nicholas Maliaras, Professor and Chair, Department of Music, University of Athens, Greece, and Director
of the George Maliaras Private School, Alimos, Athens, Greece; Mrs. Athena Kromidas, Principal, The William Spyropoulos Greek-American School of St. Nicholas, Flushing, New York; Mr. Larry Hotzoglou (standing, left), Parish Council, St. Nicholas Shrine Church, Flushing, New York; Mr. Stephen Cherpelis (standing,
right), Archon Dikaiophylax and great benefactor of St. Nicholas Shrine Church, Flushing, New York.
Baisley Powell Elebash Recital Hall
365 Fifth Avenue New York, NY
The Mostly Orthros Festival is made possible by the New York State
Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo
and the New York State Legislature.
T
he original idea of juxtaposing Byzantine Chant and Ottoman Classical
Music was first realized at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on March
24, 2012. This was the Christos Chalkias Chant and Oud Performance
featured in the magnificent Vélez Blanco Patio as part of the program
“Byzantium and Islam: A Festival for All Ages.” This concert idea was
developed further to involve additional musicians. From the Byzantine
‘Echos’ to the Ottoman ‘Makam’ was presented on December 8, 2012 in
association with ArtsWestchester (formerly known as the Westchester
Arts Council). Today, exactly a year and one day later, the same
concert idea will be revisited inside the beautiful Baisley Powell
Elebash Recital Hall.
All of the above concerts would not have been possible without the support of the
New York State Council on the Arts, as well as the guidance of our distinct network
of academics, particularly Professor Stephen Blum of the Graduate Center. We would
also like to take this opportunity to acknowledge our extraordinarily fruitful collaboration with the Ph.D. / D.M.A. Programs in Music of the Graduate Center. Finally,
we extend our gratitude to Professor David Olan and to the Graduate Center doctoral
candidates in Music for their expert assistance over multiple events (see pictures next
page).
We dedicate tonight’s concert to the memory of Constantinos Bakakos
(January 13, 2013). Dino was one the earliest supporters of Axion
Estin Foundation and the proud owner of “Lafayette Bar and Grill.” It
was a quintessential New York musical oasis where Greek, Jewish,
Armenian, Kurdish, Arabic, and Turkish musicians celebrated their
musical connectivity in unforgettable ways. Dino is pictured below in
his characteristic black suit and big smile between Maria and Athina.
They are surrounded by board members and friends of the Axion Estin
Foundation.
Ph.D. / D.M.A. Programs in Music, GC
and Axion Estin Foundation
Stephen Blum (Prof., GC, Music) receives the first copy of AXION ESTIN’s publication
“The Great Theory of Music” in Proshansky Auditorium, January, 2010
We hope you enjoy tonight’s performance! Please stay tuned as we
continue to explore together more Byzantine modes and Ottoman Makam!
Gratefully,
Angelo Lampousis, GC Alumnus, on behalf of the Axion Estin Foundation
December 9, 2013
Baritone Constantinos Yiannoudes, GC alumnus (Music), opens Second AXION ESTIN international
conference, Elebash Recital Hall, January 2008
Ozan Aksoy (right), GC doctoral candidate in Music, AXION ESTIN
concert in Proshansky Auditorium, January, 2010
Charles Turner (second from right), GC doctoral candidate in Music
Ersi Ioannidou, GC doctoral
candidate in Music, Presentation at Second AXION ESTIN
international conference, Elebash Recital Hall, January 2008
Cover Image: Muslim and Christian oud and lute players. From the Galacian- Portuguese songbook Cantigas de Santa Maria,
folio 125r, latter half of the thirteenth century CE. © Patrimonio Nacional Madrid, Spain
T
he original idea of juxtaposing Byzantine Chant and Ottoman Classical
Music was first realized at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on March
24, 2012. This was the Christos Chalkias Chant and Oud Performance
featured in the magnificent Vélez Blanco Patio as part of the program
“Byzantium and Islam: A Festival for All Ages.” This concert idea was
developed further to involve additional musicians. From the Byzantine
‘Echos’ to the Ottoman ‘Makam’ was presented on December 8, 2012 in
association with ArtsWestchester (formerly known as the Westchester
Arts Council). Today, exactly a year and one day later, the same
concert idea will be revisited inside the beautiful Baisley Powell
Elebash Recital Hall.
All of the above concerts would not have been possible without the support of the
New York State Council on the Arts, as well as the guidance of our distinct network
of academics, particularly Professor Stephen Blum of the Graduate Center. We would
also like to take this opportunity to acknowledge our extraordinarily fruitful collaboration with the Ph.D. / D.M.A. Programs in Music of the Graduate Center. Finally,
we extend our gratitude to Professor David Olan and to the Graduate Center doctoral
candidates in Music for their expert assistance over multiple events (see pictures next
page).
We dedicate tonight’s concert to the memory of Constantinos Bakakos
(January 13, 2013). Dino was one the earliest supporters of Axion
Estin Foundation and the proud owner of “Lafayette Bar and Grill.” It
was a quintessential New York musical oasis where Greek, Jewish,
Armenian, Kurdish, Arabic, and Turkish musicians celebrated their
musical connectivity in unforgettable ways. Dino is pictured below in
his characteristic black suit and big smile between Maria and Athina.
They are surrounded by board members and friends of the Axion Estin
Foundation.
Ph.D. / D.M.A. Programs in Music, GC
and Axion Estin Foundation
Stephen Blum (Prof., GC, Music) receives the first copy of AXION ESTIN’s publication
“The Great Theory of Music” in Proshansky Auditorium, January, 2010
We hope you enjoy tonight’s performance! Please stay tuned as we
continue to explore together more Byzantine modes and Ottoman Makam!
Gratefully,
Angelo Lampousis, GC Alumnus, on behalf of the Axion Estin Foundation
December 9, 2013
Baritone Constantinos Yiannoudes, GC alumnus (Music), opens Second AXION ESTIN international
conference, Elebash Recital Hall, January 2008
Ozan Aksoy (right), GC doctoral candidate in Music, AXION ESTIN
concert in Proshansky Auditorium, January, 2010
Charles Turner (second from right), GC doctoral candidate in Music
Ersi Ioannidou, GC doctoral
candidate in Music, Presentation at Second AXION ESTIN
international conference, Elebash Recital Hall, January 2008
Cover Image: Muslim and Christian oud and lute players. From the Galacian- Portuguese songbook Cantigas de Santa Maria,
folio 125r, latter half of the thirteenth century CE. © Patrimonio Nacional Madrid, Spain
Greek Community & Axion Estin Foundation
The Axion Estin Foundation in association with the
The Ph.D. / D.M.A. Programs in Music of the Graduate Center, CUNY
p r e s e n t
From the Byzantine ‘Echos’
to the Ottoman ‘Makam’
Children Choir of the William Spyropoulos School of Saint Nicholas Flushing (2013-2014 School Year).
From left: Dr. Christos P. Ioannides, Director of the Center for
Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies Queens College, CUNY;
His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios of the Greek Orthodox
Archdiocese of America; Dr. Stephen Blum of the Graduate
Center; Dr. Helen C. Evans, Mary and Michael Jaharis Curator
for Byzantine Art, the Department of Medieval Art and The
Cloisters of the Metropolitan Museum of Art; Dr. Vicki Pappas
of the National Forum of Greek Orthodox Church Musicians.
Dr. Grammenos Karanos, Hellenic College Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School
of Theology and Nicholas Kyriakos of
the Rev. Peter N. Kyriakos Endowment
Fund.
f e a t u r i n g
Eleftherios Eleftheriadis & Grammenos Karanos
DÜNYA ensemble consisting of
Mehmet Ali Sanlikol, Robert Labaree, and George Lernis
Children Choir of the William Spyropoulos School
Monday December 9, 2013 • 7:30 pm
From left (seated): Rev. Fr. Paul C. Palesty, Presiding Priest, St. Nicholas Shrine Church, Flushing, New York;
Dr. Nicholas Maliaras, Professor and Chair, Department of Music, University of Athens, Greece, and Director
of the George Maliaras Private School, Alimos, Athens, Greece; Mrs. Athena Kromidas, Principal, The William Spyropoulos Greek-American School of St. Nicholas, Flushing, New York; Mr. Larry Hotzoglou (standing, left), Parish Council, St. Nicholas Shrine Church, Flushing, New York; Mr. Stephen Cherpelis (standing,
right), Archon Dikaiophylax and great benefactor of St. Nicholas Shrine Church, Flushing, New York.
Baisley Powell Elebash Recital Hall
365 Fifth Avenue New York, NY
The Mostly Orthros Festival is made possible by the New York State
Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo
and the New York State Legislature.

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