Eva Palmer et la renaissance des fêtes delphiques (1927, 1930)

Francesca Sogliani & Dimitris Roubis (Università della Basilicata et CNR, Matera)


Dernière modification : 1er juin 2018

Jeudi 31 mai 2018 à 17h30, salle F (escalier D, 1er étage), École normale supérieure, 45, rue d’Ulm, 75005 Paris.
 
Conférence dans le cadre du séminaire « Grèce de l’Est, Grèce de l’Ouest. Migrations, colonisations, fondations ».

Responsables : Mathilde Simon-Mahé, Rossella Pace & Stéphane Verger
 

Séminaire Grèce de l’Est, Grèce de l’Ouest 31 mai 2018
Séminaire Grèce de l’Est, Grèce de l’Ouest 31 mai 2018

Abstract
 
The conference focuses on the figure of Eva Palmer (1874 - 1952) who, together with the Greek poet Angelos Sikelianòs, realized the “Delphic Feasts” in 1927 and in 1930 in the archaeological site of Delphi. It was an extraordinary event that had a great impact on the society of that time, it was divided into several cultural and athletic performances, including the first representation of Prometheus Bound of Aeschylus at the ancient theatre. This conference recounts the facts from Palmer’s point of view drawing inspiration from her autobiographical material and related publications. It also underlines the importance that the various film shots and photographs had in order to immortalize the Delphic Feasts. The text highlights Palmer’s position regarding the role of traditional Greek music in the composition of the melody of Prometheus. It furthermore points out the effort made by Eva Palmer in creating the choreography of the tragedy and the other performances by studying a number of ancient artifacts (mainly Attic black figure and red figure vases) stored in various archaeological museums.


Organismes partenaires :

AOrOc - UMR 8546-CNRS/ENS CNRS-Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique ENS - École normale supérieure - PSL EPHE - École Pratique des Hautes Études Investir l’avenir LabEx TransferS