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Saturday 18th March 2017
Saturday 18th March 2017
11:00 - 12:30
1 day/night
Technopolis 20 - Paphos
  Pafos Pafos
Nikolaou I. Nikolaidi Ave, Paphos, Cyprus
€ 10
Join us on a journey through music and dance to the Swan Lake story. A fun, interactive and educational workshop for children 4-6 years old that will take place on Saturday, 18th March 2017 at 11am at Technopolis 20 in Paphos, by the dance teacher Nadia Georgiadou and the musician and music therapist Marina Ioannou.

The evil wizard’s spell, the adventures of a prince and of a beautiful girl, as well as the symbolic meanings behind a black and a white swan, will constitute a pleasant, interesting and creative journey for the children, through improvisation and creative expression. The children will experience the story of "Swan Lake" in a very interactive way through different creative activities, music and dance.

Finally, the children will have the opportunity to make their own swan, while listening to the melodic tunes of the piano.

Participation: 10 euro
Reservations necessary at 70002420

Nadia Georgiadou, inspires her students through her teaching in order to discover their uniqueness and authenticity and to develop their creativity and intelligence in various levels. She graduated from the University of Surrey, UK, with a BA in Dance and Culture. She continued her postgraduate studies at Trinity Laban Conservatoire in Music and Dance in London and NYU (New York University) in New York.

Marina Ioannou studied BA Musicology in Newcastle University and then MA Music management in Northumbria University in the UK. She therefore followed a career path in music therapy completing the 2 year intensive MSc Music Therapy programme, qualified at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh (Scotland). She worked with toddlers suffering from brain damage and developmental delay in the NHS, as well as with patients who suffered from depression and Alzheimer in a nursing care home in Edinburgh. Marina is currently working at the private hospital ‘Evangelismos’ and for the Autism Association in Limassol as a music therapist, while working as a music teacher in private music schools.