Cultural Pursuits

Music Department

In its 40 years of life, the NTUA Music Department has given students the opportunity to explore different forms of personal expression through art, enhancing their personalities and contributing to an atmosphere of cultural improvement. The music Department covers the divisions of music, dance, theatre and photography & cinema. The Music Department also organises excursions and visits throughout Greece in cooperation with the NTUA Art Workshop.

For further information contact Mr G. Varsamakis, Music Department Head, phone: (+)30 210 772 4004, 3463, 1809.

Activities of the Music Department

  • Mixed Choir in which all students can participate every Tuesday and Thursday 19.30-21.30, Patission 42, 3rd and 4th floor, Technical Service Building
  • String orchestra in which advanced students may participate
  • Musical instruments lessons at all levels: guitar, electrical guitar, drums, piano, violin, cello
  • Join the NTUA Percussion Team

For further information contact Mr. Michalis Oikonomou, Choir & Orchestra Director, and Ms Eleutheria Nathanail at (+)30 210 772 3463.

Dance Division

The Dance Division is made up of NTUA students who are interested in modern traditional and folk dances from Greece. Apart from the existing group, there is also a beginner’s section.

Dance Division Hall phone: (+)30 210 772 2337

Theater Division

The Theatre Department of NTUA was established in 1991. Directors, set designers, and actors are all students of NTUA who choose the plays and the way in which they will be presented. They meet once a week (or more than once) at the General Courses, Building C, Zografou Campus, Room of the Theatre department, while all students who wish to be on stage, can participate irrespectively of their experience in theatre.

Theater Department phone: (+)30 210 772 1031

Music Studio

A fully equipped music studio has been created at the Zografou campus, where students and bands rehearse for concerts and other events. The studio operates according to rules to serve all interested students.

For further information contact I. Karoumpalis, Sound Engineer, tel: (+30) 210 772 2717