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On May 12, Maria Farantouri will take the stage at the renowned Carnegie Hall. It won’t be her first time playing its landmark Perelman Stage. She is part of that rare group of artists, for whom similar honors are...
Lucas Hnath’s play The Red Speedo is presented at the Michael Cacoyannis Foundation for a limited run of 20 performances. Hnath, an awarded playwright who has received, among others, the Whiting and Obie awards, uses this 2016 play to...
The Ministry of Culture’s proclamation of Makronissos as a historical landmark was the first step by the state in the process of rescuing a site which has been linked to a long-silenced piece of modern Greek history. Inducting Makronissos...
For the second consecutive year, the General Secretariat for Gender Equality, the Greek Film Archive, and WIFT GR present the "50/50 Equality in Cinema" festival, running from March 30 to April 1at the Greek Film Archive. Admission to screenings...
The ninety years since the death of the pessimist and lyric Greek poet Kostas Karyotakis, offer occasion for Lena Platonos to present her emblematic musical cycle "Karyotakis 13 Songs," which Savina Giannatou will be performing in her own unique...
The Athens Digital Arts Festival (ADAF), returns with its 14th edition, and it is set to take place at the Athens Concert Hall, from May 24-27. Centered on the theme of “Singularity Now,” the 2018 ADAF aims to explore...
In cooperation with the State Museum of Contemporary Art, the Association for Seropositive Greeks “Positive Voice,” and “Life Center” -the NGO for the support of people living with HIV, Alexandros Michail presents the art installation “To Whom It May...
The Acropolis Museum welcomes the summer season with a unique music concert in the Parthenon Gallery. The concert, a water-organ and a harp recital, is organized in cooperation with the Association of Friends of the European Cultural Centre of...
As in every year, the international theater community honors World Theater Day, which is celebrated on March 27th and is marked by a new message which is read in all theaters before each performance, and is broadcast by the...
This Thursday and Friday, Alkinoos Ioannidis will perform at the Athens Concert Hall, presenting two sides of his creative talents. The first part of the concerts will feature Ioannidis’s music for Euripides’s Bacchae, based on the Giorgos Chimonas translation....

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