Archive for the ‘Culture and Activities’ Category

Two old friends and colleagues, two virtuosos of their kind, one of the classic and the other in jazz music and two great pianists, Efi Agrafioti and George Kontrafouris will perform works for two pianos. Sounds of Astor Piazzolla, Samuel Barber, Maurice Ravel and Dave Brubeck, projects located on the outskirts of classical and jazz music, will be presented in a single night in the Megaron Garden. Astor Piazzolla: Milonga […]

A new and exciting three week cultural event sees the atrium of the Benaki Museum – 138 Pireos transformed into an atmospheric and classy open air cinema and concert venue. The BENAKI SUMMER FESTIVAL presents screenings of award winning documentaries and films showcasing the best the world has to offer in art, fashion, music, theatre and food. Of the 16 festival screenings we have been able to secure 12 Greek […]

Athenian artistic network in collaboration with the Municipality of Athens, OPANDA (Organization of culture, sport and youth of Athens), Commercial Association of Athens, the green department of Athens and “Technopolis” of City of Athens, under the auspices of annual program “Gardens of Athens carries the” Athens Gardens Festival” from 15 to 18 June from 18.00 till the sunset at the National Gardens. From 15/6 to 18/6, 6p.m. Athens National Gardens, […]

‘Taratsa’ is Greek for rooftop and invites you to join them for their second taratsa party, this time in Thiseio! Once again, one of their members is opening his home in the heart of the city ~ and everyone is invited! Come and enjoy unlimited drinks* and welcome the summer with new and old friends. Get the summer off to a good start! Space is limited so RSVP to […]

The team of Amesotis suggests for this weekend the Athens Technopolis Jazz Festival. After 12 successful years, the European Technopolis Jazz Festival opens its doors to the rest of the world and becomes the international “Athens Technopolis Jazz Festival”, hosting jazz musicians and groups from all over the planet. From Friday May 31 to Sunday June 2, jazz groups from 11 countries (Portugal, Israel, Denmark, Hungary, Spain, Poland, Greece, Argentina, […]

Launched in 1993 by the Hellenic Art Galleries Association, Art-Athina stands today as one of the longest lasting contemporary art fairs in Europe and as the largest annual visual arts event in Greece attracting 18.000 visitors. A meeting point for international artistic creation, Art-Athina brings together significant Greek and foreign art galleries, cultural institutions, curators, collectors, art critics and art lovers. Visit Art-Athina’s website here The Hellenic Art Galleries Association, […]

Alternative tours of athens takes up the organization and implementation of open, educational, informative and entertaining tours in athens. The objective of alternative tours of athens (ATA) is to enhance the local community and promote culture and tourism through alternative landmarks putting an emphasis on modern city life. Through its action, it aims to contribute both to the development of relations of communication and interaction between visitors (foreigners or greeks), […]

Some of you are going to be in Athens during Easter, so we thought it would be nice if you knew where to find the most picturesque and traditional EPITAFIOS (a procession of the ikons and the coffin of Jesus Christ around the streets of the district). It ‘s always on Good Friday evening, usually around 8 or 9, except the Monastery of Kaisariani where it takes place 2 – […]

The only Greek festival exclusively devoted to comics, Comicdom Con Athens 2013, opens its doors to the Athenian public for the eighth consecutive year featuring once more international guests talking about their art, young and independent artists showcasing their creative talent, the exhibition “The Life and Work of Hergé”, discussions, screenings and workshops, the renowned, well-stocked bazaar with new comic publications from Greek publishing houses, the Cosplay Competition, Comicdom Awards, […]

Romeo and Juliet is a tragedy written early in the career of William Shakespeare about two young star-crossed lovers whose deaths ultimately reconcile their feuding families. It was among Shakespeare’s most popular plays during his lifetime and, along with Hamlet, is one of his most frequently performed plays. The Greek National Opera presents the ballet based on this tragedy with music written by Sergei Prokofief. Find out more here Tweet

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Music for two pianos

Two old friends and colleagues, two virtuosos of their kind, […]

VAT Cut On Restauran

A VAT reduction on Greek food catering services (restaurants, hotel […]

(Greek) Επίδομ

Επίδομα Τακτικής Επιδότησης Σε ισχύ είναι και το: Επικοινωνία και […]

Crime in Athens

Murder, armed robbery, rape and other violent crimes are not […]

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