Description

The summer music performance program at Anatolia College consists of Master Classes, Lectures, Discussion Panels, Concerts, an Opera Production and Alexander Technique Sessions. The program aligns itself with the Anatolia College goals of being a premier educational institution in the region, known for its innovative and quality education and its internationally oriented participants body.
Founded in 1886 in Merzifon of Asia Minor, Anatolia College has been based in Thessaloniki since 1923 and is a private, non-for-profit educational institution imbued with the highest ideals of Greek and American education. The program aims to give the opportunity to participants from Greece and abroad to work on campus intensively with internationally acclaimed artists, gaining experience and knowledge, addressing issues on technique, music expression and creativity.

Participants will arrive on June 27th and depart on July 7th, 2019. During these days, there will be excursions to the archeological sites of Thessaloniki and a day trip to Halkidiki which is the beautiful summer resort of Northern Greece with the exotic beaches. The master classes will be on: Voice/Opera, Flute/Flute Ensemble, Violin, Cello, Piano, Chamber Music and Composition.Aside from the master classes and lessons there will be concerts, lectures and discussion panels on pedagogy, performance anxiety, relaxation techniques on body tension and career orientation. 
Each participant will take 5 lessons (in a master class setting) with the teacher of their choice and is encouraged to attend the lectures, concerts etc. 
Participants (in double occupancy rooms) and invited artists will be staying at the four star Hotel Panorama which is located close to the Anatolia College Campus. 
There will be practice rooms available. All participants will have free passes for unlimited access to the gym, swimming pool and outdoor movie cinema theater of Panorama.

Opera Production 2019

The SMPP 2019 will be presenting Act II of the operetta Die Fledermaus by Johann Strauss II. 
We will use the G. Schirmer edition and using the Ruth and Thomas Martin translation.
Opera auditions will take place at Raphael Hall on Friday June 28th (after Orientation). 
Synopsis:
Act II 
Prince Orlofsky's parties are legendary. They delight everyone but him. Orlofsky suffers from that terrible disease of billionaires-ennui: everything bores him! He cannot laugh. Tonight, Doctor Falke is his 'Master of the Revels' and has arranged something special for the Count's amusement. Orlofsky promises to pin a medal on Falke's chest if it makes him laugh. 
When the Act opens, the guests are singing in praise of the occasion. Adèle receives a less than warm welcome from her sister. 'Letter? What letter? I didn't send you a letter!' Falke sent it. He greets Adele warmly, congratulates her on her new career as an actress, and rechristens her 'Tanya'. A moment later Eisenstein arrives, calling himself the Marquis Renard. 
First he makes the grave faux pas of mistaking the elegant actress Tanya for his housemaid! The guests take him to task in 'The Laughing Song'. Adèle joins in. Next, Eisenstein strikes up an undying friendship with Chevalier Chagrin, the pseudonym being used by prison governor Frank. But by the time Falke's chief guest of the evening arrives - a masked Hungarian Countess - Eisenstein has a pair of dancing girls on each arm and his infallible chiming watch at the ready. 
He is extremely taken with the mysterious foreign lady. Being well acquainted with the watch and its uses, the 'Countess' (Rosalinda in disguise of course) encourages Eisenstein to put it through its paces. During 'The Watch Duet', she manages to take it from him in such a way that he dare not ask for it back. He bewails his disgrace at losing it. 
Orlofsky's entertainments of course include a ballet - an obligatory ingredient in operettas of the period. Then the 'Hungarian Countess' obliges the guests by singing a native Hungarian folksong - a Czardas. Then Count Orlofsky toasts the life and soul of the party - 'Champagne the Great!' Frank and Eisenstein are, by this stage, inseparable. The mood is one of universal friendship as Orlofsky begins the dancing with a waltz - the waltz! 
The clock strikes midnight. Like twin Cinderellas, Eisenstein and Frank scramble out of doors, leaving behind a wake of wrong coats and hats, not realising that they are headed for the same destination.

Alexander Technique Sessions

This year the Summer Music Performance Program at ACT will be offering Alexander Technique sessions.
The Alexander Technique is a method that teaches you to move in a more relaxed and comfortable way, the way nature intended. The Alexander training shines a light on inefficient habits of movement and patterns of accumulated tension, which interfere with our innate ability to move easily and according to our design. It’s a simple yet powerful approach that offers the opportunity to take charge of one’s own learning and healing process, an active exploration that changes the way one thinks and responds in activity. It provides you with a skill set that can be applied in every situation. Lessons leave one feeling lighter, freer, and more grounded.
The Alexander Technique sessions are ideal for you if:
You are ready to identify and lose the harmful habits you have built up over a lifetime of stress.
You are ready to learn to move freely and feel more comfortable in your own body.
You suffer from repetitive strain injury or carpal tunnel syndrome.
You have a backache or stiff neck and shoulders.
You become uncomfortable when sitting at your computer for long periods of time for composition purposes or other.
You feel you are not performing at your full potential or would like to further explore ways to improve your technical and artistic skills.
Please contact Dr. Nevart V. Galileas at +30 6945 392 301 and/or nevart_galileas@yahoo.com to reserve a lesson time including your instrument and a few sentences explaining what drew you to Alexander Technique. *At the lessons please wear comfortable clothing.


Cost:
Application Fee: 100 euros (non-refundable), due with the application form. 
Program fee plus room and board (breakfast, lunch and dinner): 1400 euros, due on April 15th, 2019

Payment Options:
You may choose to pay your fees either by credit card payment or by bank money wire.
1. To pay by credit card please download, fill out the PDF form below and email it to Nevart Galileas at: nevart_galileas@yahoo.com 
2. To pay by bank deposit for the money wire please follow the instructions below: 


Please make the deposit at:
Name of Bank: ALPHA BANK

Applicants should write: 
"Summer music program_NAME" when they make their deposit

Account number: 714 002 002 001889

IBAN code: GR31 0140 7140 7140 0200 2001 889

BIC or Routing Number: CRBAGRAAXXX

Beneficiary's Name for the Bank Account: THE TRUSTEES OF ANATOLIA COLLEGE


PERSONAL INFORMATION

NAME and FIRST NAME

THE TRUSTEES OF ANATOLOLIA COLLEGE

 

 

ADDRESS

PYLAIA THESSALONIKI

 

 

POSTAL CODE / CITY

55535

 

 

COUNTRY

GREECE

 

 

BANK ACCOUNT INFORMATION

PAYMENT CURRENCY (Euro, Dollar or  Livre sterling)

EURO

 

 

IBAN CODE 

GR31 0140 7140 7140  0200 2001 889

 

 

ACCOUNT NUMBER

714 002 002 001889

 

 

BIC or ROUTING NUMBER

CRBAGRAAXXX

 

 

BENEFICIARY'S NAME OF THE BANK ACCOUNT

THE TRUSTEES OF ANATOLIA COLLEGE

 

 

BANK INFORMATION

NAME OF THE BANK

ALPHA BANK

 

 

ADDRESS OF THE BANK

40 Stadiou Str. 

 

 

POSTAL CODE / CITY

10 252 ATHENS

 

 

COUNTRY

GREECE

 


IBAN = International Bank Account Number

 

 

 

BIC (former swift) = Bank Identification Code