Reworks Agora, the cross-thematic forum of the Reworks Festival, returns to Thessaloniki for the second year, opening in the best way possible this year’s contemporary music  festival of Thessaloniki.
"Agora" in Ancient Greece was the gathering place, the space where free citizens would gather in order to discuss important issues. A similar forward-thinking approach regarding  the future vision for creativity Reworks Agora is aiming to, presenting emerging themes, initiatives and artists that inspire  the dialogue on the development of culture, entrepreneurship and technology.
Discussions, presentations, talks and screenings will be held this year to present the most innovative developments in music, digital culture, creative economy and culture, contributing to their growth in Greece. Reworks Agora in the framework of the European program 'We are Europe', welcomes this year European Lab, the forum of one of the biggest electronic music festivals in Europe, Nuits Sonores and Insomnia Festival from Tromso, Norway, to co-curate with Reworks Agora part of the panels and screenings respectively. More synergies will be announced soon.
Reworks Agora is also presenting the concert of the experimental pianist and composer Volker Bertelmann, or Hauschka as he is widely known. A musician who brought a new dimension to the prepared piano technique, a technique where pieces of paper, screws and other objects are attached to the chords altering the sound. He calls himself a “sound researcher”, while most of his compositions are characterized by a blend of beauty, ephemeral, melancholy and surprise. Hauschka is a multidimensional musician who is also known for his compositions in the field of cinema, theater and art. He has been awarded repeatedly for these compositions, while the music he composed for the film Lion was nominated for an Oscar in 2016.
We will have the opportunity to listen to his outstanding work for a unique appearance in the framework of the Reworks Agora on 13 of September 2017.

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General Admission 10€, 5€ (students, unemployed): including entrance to all discussions, panels and screenings
Special Admission 17€: including entrance to all discussions, panels, screenings and Hauschka's concert
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  • 13 September 2017
    Wed      (Μ2)