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Bratsou Eleni – Preclassical singing & Mediterranean music

Aimed at singers and singing students of all levels
and to those who wish to explore their voice.
Each lesson is on an individual level. Participants will have the
participants will be able to work on a repertoire from the European Middle Ages, the
Renaissance and Baroque, as well as traditional songs from the
the wider Mediterranean region.
In each session there is an initial emphasis on the body, the singer’s instrument.
Simple exercises are used to work on posture and breathing.
In the main part of the sessions the repertoire is taught, starting from the
text. The pronunciation, articulation, rhythm and rhythm of the speech are worked on in succession.
historical and poetic elements are given.
The purely musical part is around learning the style and focuses on
musical phrasing, melodies and interpretation of words through music.

– Physical preparation of the singer
Diaphragmatic breathing, physical posture and alignment
– Singing technique
– Repertoire teaching
Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque:
Spain, England, France, Italy, England, France
Music of the World:
Greece, Spain, Spain, Armenia, Italy, Jewish and Sephardic traditions.

He was born in Athens.
She started her musical studies at a young age at the piano school of the Conservatory of Music.
Athens Piano School, with Lenia Erodiadou as teacher. She studied
Musicology (BA Hons Music, Anglia University,
Cambridge) and specialised in Ethnomusicology
(MA Ethnomusicology, City University, London).
She completed a thesis on the music of the
Dissertation on the music of Greeks in the urban centres of Asia Minor.
She studied classical singing with Eleni Liona at the National Conservatory of Athens from
where she graduated with honours. She regularly participated in baroque master classes
singing with the counter tenor Michael Chance and studied systematically old baroque singing with the counter tenor Michael Chance.
music and specialized repertoire with distinguished performers. She is one of the
young performers that Nena Venetsanou stood out.
Her artistic interests and musical versatility led her to
to perform different musical idioms: early music, chamber music,
poetry set to music, improvised music.
Her repertoire includes songs from the wider region of
Mediterranean, Sephardic, Catalan, Armenian and Arabic. The selection of
The selection of songs and the aesthetics of their interpretation are the result of a long
research into their respective musical and poetic traditions.
She has worked as a soloist and as a member of vocal ensembles in Greece and the
He has worked as a soloist and vocalist in Greece and France. He is a permanent member of the ensemble Les Solistes de la Musique Byzantine under
Frédéric Tavernier-Vellas.
Her personal album ĒCHOS is released by Irida
Her career includes performances at the following venues and festivals:
Festival International de Cinque Terre – La Spezia,
Festival des Musiques Anciennes de la Réole,
Cité de la Musique – Marseille,
Abbaye de l’Escaladieu – Hautes Pyrénées,
Théâtre Municipal de Rezé, Centre culturel Jean Gagnant – Limoges,
MC2: Grenoble scène nationale
Athens Concert Hall


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