Minos Tyllianakis is a professor of Orthopedics and Traumatology at the University of Patras and the University Hospital of Patras, Director of the Surgery Department of the University of Patras and a member of the Board of the College of Greek Orthopedic Surgeons.
His clinical interest focuses on the trauma of the limbs and mainly on diseases and injuries of the hand and foot.
He has been trained in Hand Surgery and Microsurgery at St. Gallen, Switzerland and in Louisville, Kentucky, USA.
Minos Tyllianakis has published 85 articles in the most famous scientific journals worldwide, is a member of the editorial board of 6 foreign journals and has given 280 lectures as a guest speaker, of which more than 70 abroad and has presented papers at 90 international conferences abroad, four of which have been honored with special distinctions.
He is a member of 13 international scientific societies and has organized 24 international conferences and has participated in 4 international clinical trials.
Minos Tyllianakis is the founder and president of AOTrauma Chapter Greece, which is the Greek Department of the largest institution in the world that deals with the study and treatment of fractures.
Lecture's subject: "Diseases and hand injuries - effects on musicians"
Panayotis Adam was born in Athens in 1959. He studied higher theory and composition with Ourania Ioannidou and Michalis Travlos. He has attended numerous seminars in Greece and abroad, on topics ranging from Gregorian to electronic music.
Adam has been teaching for over 30 years - mostly senior theory, music history and morphology. He has taught at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (2001-6), the University of Athens, Southeastern College and several conservatories of Athens, most notably the Athenaeum Conservatory (from 1991 until today). He has been studying authentic sources for the interpretation of old music for about 35 years and has been giving regular lectures and seminars on Bach and Baroque music, often invited by conservatories or other organizations.
He was director of the Southeastern College Music Department and artistic director of the ‘F. Nakas'. Conservatory while now artistic director of the ‘Athenaeum’ Conservatory. He is a member of the “Greek Musicians Union” and has been associated (until 1997) with the Institute of Music and Acoustic Research.
Compositions by Panagiotis Adam have been played in Greece and abroad while he has written the manual Tonic Harmony and has edited the Greek edition of the first volume of Atlas of Music.
Finally, he has published numerous articles in specialized journals, as well as transcriptions for guitar works by Bach and Dowland while recently published his large volume on Fugue.
Lecture's subject: "About the Chaconnes and The Chaconne"