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Borderline Festival '17
Sound pushed to its limits for a 7th consecutive year / Inside & Outside the OCC
For the seventh year in a row, the Borderline Festival invites us to experience sound beyond everything we take as given in music. Focusing on the more adventurous zones of musical experimentation and electronic sound, the festival and its guest artists from around the world transcend the sometimes fuzzy lines demarcating silence from noise, composition from improvisation, and meditation from dance. All of this through concerts, installations, lectures and site-specific actions at the OCC and other venues around Athens.
WEDNESDAY 19 APRIL
21:00 | Upper Stage | OCC | Tickets: 7 € | Unemployed & People with disabilities: 5 €
THURSDAY 20 APRIL
20:00 | Papastratos, 25 Gravias str, Piraeus | Tickets: 10 € | Unemployed & People with disabilities: 7 €
Fis & Rob Thorne
Mark Ernestus' Ndagga Rhythm Force
FRIDAY 21 APRIL
18:45 | Starting point: OCC's Main entrance | Destination: Secret location | Free admission, on a first come first served basis. More information will be announced soon.
Upper Stage | OCC | Tickets: 5 € | Unemployed & People with disabilities: 2 € | Combo for 3 live: 10 €
21:00 | International Nothing
22:00 | Kiko C. Esseiva
23:00 | Masayoshi Fujita & Jan Jelinek
SATURDAY 22 APRIL
17:00 | National Observatory of Athens | Free admission, on a first come first served basis.Reservation is required. Reserve your seat firstname.lastname@example.org (capacity of 40 people) | The venue is not accessible to people with mobility impairments.
20:00 | Diplareios School | Tickets: 10 € | Unemployed & People with disabilities: 7 €
23:00 | Tesla Bar @BIOS | Free admission
00:30 | Tesla Bar @BIOS | Free admission
SUNDAY 23 APRIL
17:30 | ΕDW | Free admission, on a first come first served basis. Reservation is required. Click here to reserve your seat.
19:00 | Rehearsal Room -3 | OCC | Free admission
21:00 | Upper Stage | OCC | Tickets: 10 € | Unemployed & People with disabilities: 7 €
Michael Barthel | Thomas Ankersmit | Felix Kubin
More information: Onassis Cultural Centre