Two days of electronic and experimental music

In collaboration with CTM Festival and Goethe-Institut Athen

The multifaceted Chronotopia project launches an exciting collaboration between the Athens Festival, Goethe-Institut Athen and Berlin’s CTM Festival του Βερολίνου. World-renowned for its efforts to highlight and promote contemporary experimental and electronic music, for the last 21 years CTM has been established as one of the most avant-garde, pioneering festivals of its kind, encompassing numerous events, running the gamut of club and sound culture. 

Chronotopia will feature six musical/audiovisual works, created by the participants of the electronic composition lab Chronotopia Echoes / Αντηχήσεις, under the guidance of artists Akis Sinos and Anke Eckardt following research in the archive of the Athens-based Contemporary Music Research Center (CMRC). Five original works of electronic music and an audiovisual installation drawing from past music will be presented at Hall H at Peiraios 260.

Electronic music concerts by local and international artists will also take place.

Audiences will remain seated throughout the concerts

Due to the ongoing pandemic, all performance dates are subject to change


1 October

Chronotopia Echoes/Αντηχήσεις - Original works premieres

20:00 – 22:00 Sofia Eleni Xezonaki Installation

22:00 – 22:40 Gaspar Cohen Audiovisual piece

22:50 – 23:20 Giulia Vismara Live performance

23:30 – 00:00 Max Eilbacher Live performance

Original works premieres with the use of Apotome / Leimma  

00:20 - 00:35 Sofia Zafeiriou Live performance

00:40 - 01:10 Khyam Allami Live set  

01:15 - 01:45 Andys Skordis Live set 

Closing Act

01:50 - 02:20 Thanos Hana Live set 


2 October

Chronotopia Echoes/Αντηχήσεις - Original works premieres

20:00 – 22:00 Sofia Eleni Xezonaki Installation

22:00 – 22:50 Alyssa Moxley Live performance

23:00 – 23:30 Savvas Metaxas Live performance

Closing Acts

23:45 – 00:25 Nene H Live set 

00:35 – 01:30 Morah Live set


An internationally established festival aiming to highlight contemporary experimental, digital, and electronic music, since 1999 CTM has been established as one of the pioneering festivals of its kind, embracing a rich variety of artistic activities across the whole spectrum of club and sound culture. Staying true to its roots by combining adventurous soundscapes with groundbreaking audiovisual performances, CTM takes place across a number of diverse scenes and venues in Berlin, from massive clubs such as Berghain to more underground venues, giving opportunities to both established and emerging artists to present their work to a varied audience.

The Goethe-Institut is the cultural institute of the Federal Republic of Germany with a global reach, encouraging international cultural exchange, seeking to nurture international artistic
partnerships, and developing project ideas involving close collaboration between Goethe- Institut and local institutions such as festivals and educational establishments as well as individual directors, musicians, choreographers, and others in the performing arts. The Goethe-Institut conveys an up-to-date image of the diversity of music in Germany and initiates dialogue and exchange between artists at home and abroad.