Live at the Greek: Sifis Tsourdalakis

August 6 A rising star in his native island of Crete, Sifis is on the rise across the whole of the Greek world where his booming voice commands attention. Come and enjoy a night with Sifis accompanied by some of Melbourne’s finest musicians including Tony Iliou and Paddy Montgom
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Live at the Greek: Paskalia Ensemble

Friday 13 August Come and enjoy an evening with the Paskalia Ensemble. Intense & captivating – Greek musical tradition is adapting to the 21st century and Australia’s Aria Award winning Pascal Latra is at the forefront of this process. Her music aches with emotional tr
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Flavours of Greece: Philhellene celebrates Daskalogiannis SOLD OUT

The opening event for our Flavours of Greece festival: A night at Philhellene celebrating the hero Daskalogiannis. A 3 course Cretan feast with Cretan wines from Lyrarakis Winery. Live Cretan music with Sifis Tsourdalakis, Paddy Montgomery and George Ebrahimi Rerakis Tickets for the e
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Greece 21: The Greek Writer’s Festival: Mythologising context and identity

Septemeber 17-19 A celebration of 200 years of Greek and Greek Australian Writers while also explore themes of identity through the past 200 years. Friday 7pm: Opening night seminar- TBC Saturday 3:30pm TBC 5:00pm Panel: Top 10 Greek writers of the past 200 years 7:00pm Death of a Rom
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Greece21: 200 Years of Flavour: Flavours of Greece 2021

September 15 A celebration of Greek cuisine and revolutionary heroes, the Festival of food will feature set dinners hosted by Australia’s leading Greek cuisine proponents. July 13: Philhellene celebrates Daskalogiannis  SOLD OUT August 3: Mykonos celebrates Manto Mavrogenous- https://
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Greece21: Youth Summit

September 23 Presented in Association with NUGAS Bringing together young Greek Australians to discuss matters that are pertinent to their understanding of place, identity and a sense of belonging in the context of the Greek Bicentenary. What does it mean for them?
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Greece21: The 27th Greek Film Festival

October 20-31 A celebration of Greek film, the festival will celebrate Greek cinema and pay tribute to Greek screen culture. Program to follow.
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Greece 21: The Inaugural Grecian Ball

October 30 In the Bicentenary year celebrating the Greek War of Independence, the Greek Community of Melbourne and the Greek National Day Council of Victoria in association with the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia present a marquee event at the Grand Hyatt Ballroom, the Inaugu
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Greek History and Culture Seminars: Did the Greek Revolution of 1821 really happen? Myths, counter-myths and historical knowledge.

Presenter: Vrasidas Karalis Language of Presentation: English | R.M.L.G.*: 0 – No knowledge of Greek required. NOTE: This seminar was originally planned to be held at the Mezzanine Level but the University of Sydney has placed travel restrictions on its acedemics Synopsis The si
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