Mihalis Hatzigiannis with Melbourne Symphony Orchestra

The recipient of countless awards and platinum albums, Mihalis Hatzigiannis is one of Europe’s true international superstars. Over the course of his career this Cyprus native has become acclaimed as the most important Greek singer/songwriter of his generation.
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Flavours of Greece

Presented by Barbaresso Oyzo. Join us this winter as a selection of Melbourne’s best Greek restaurants share their favourite dishes – and some of their culinary secrets – through a program of dinners and special events, each designed to showcase the best of Greek cui
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Spring Dinner @ The Deli

The Greek Deli and Taverna583 Chapel Street, South Yarra | Bookings (03) 9827 37342 courses $35 includes glass of wine and ouzoThroughout Flavours of Greece, The Pothitos Family invite you to celebrate the end of winter and welcome the true flavours of spring with a two course menu fe
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Film Launch: Good Greek Girl

Poet and Filmmaker Koraly Dimitriadis will launch a collection of short films which she has directed together with Nathan Little. Exploring universal themes such as racism, dating dynamics and cultural repression, the films star Chritos Tsiolkas and Maxine Beneba Clarke, and are set i
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The Burning Light

The Burning Light, the 1922 Greek poem by Bulgarian-born Marxist poet Kostas Varnalis is brought to life in this theatre production by Vasilis Kolovos. A political satire, the play reimagines Varnalis’ original poem for an entirely new generation. Still as relevant today as the
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The Greek Project

Melbourne International Jazz Festival and The Greek Centre for Contemporary Culture are honoured to present the legendary Charles Lloyd and Maria Farantouri in an ambitious and extraordinary festival event.  
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Free Public Lecture: Artist on the Move

Presented by Assistant Professor Panagiotis Ioannou from the University of Crete, this illustrated lecture will trace the travels of the great painter Domenikos Theotokopoulos – “El Greco” – from his homeland of Crete to Venice, Rome and, ultimately, Toledo.
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Barbaresso Oyzo Ouzeri

The Lonsdale Street Festival will feature The Barbaresso Oyzo Ouzeri, an Greek Island-style outdoor bar that will host music, Backgammon and Greek food provided by Kalamaki Kitchen.  
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Summer Cinema

Kick back under the open sky, grab some Greek street food and a chilled drink, and watch a classic film from Greece’s golden era of movies. Set in the private garden courtyard behind the former Royal Mint, the Hellenic Museum and the Greek Film Festival present seven films over four w
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Exclusive Preview Screening

The Palme d’Or winner at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, Blue is the Warmest Colour has the unique distinction of being the first film to share that honour equally between three artists: Tunisian-born director Abdellatif Kechiche (The Secret of the Grain) and his two lead actors.
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